The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Love this Jeep shot. Any more of AMC or Willys Jeeps?
Fletcher Tire Co. had three locations in the late 1920's in Portland, Oregon. So this is either the 9th & Burnside, Union & E. Salmon or the 22nd & E. Broadway location.
Note the sign on the building next door - "_ _ _ _ON GARAGE". Salmon Garage?
The original Factory Experimental Flopper design, huh?? ........................
Hiya Don,the white '64 and red '65 were the same car,upgraded. The last time I was over Jack's house,the white '64 nose was still sitting alongside his garage.
Clellan Card "Axel" from "Axel's Treehouse" ...wow, I used to watch this guy on TV when I was a kid - a Twin Cities treasure for sure!!~
SA 1920024 by mactexas, on Flickr
Kent Ederle, blown Dodge, apparently a test bed for his "barn door" injectors...I saw it in his back yard when he lived on Arroyo Seco Drive in Pasadena...his family owned a hardware store in Pasadena, where he worked before starting Ederle Fuel Injection...
Thanks for identifying where this photo came from, I collect Thunderbird JR cars and make parts for them. I'll bet with a little bit of searching I can find who won the car in the drawing?
this looks like the former ted horn car
Neat little 1915 or so Saxon roadster!
1941 Indy winner which ended up as the Cadillac Spl. driven by Buck Baker on the short lived NASCAR Champ Car circuit in the early 50s.
41 Chrysler Thunderbolt
51 Chrysler K310 Coupe
52 Chrysler D'Elegance
Woops, I think this isn't a vintage pic. Mods delete if you feel it necessary
53 Ford X-100
53 Cad Le Mans Concept Car
53 Lincoln XL 500
53 Mercury D524
54 Ford La Tosca
We all know this beauty
55 Ford Mystere
56 Olds Golden Rocket
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