The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
That, there was, but this pic has several scale & angle problems within it.
The Hollywood Bowl before the large bandstand dome was built.
The original "Hollywood sign" was "Hollywoodland", the name of a subdivision real estate company.
From a single acorn, a tree will grow. This little "pie stand" in Buena Park became Knott's Berry Farm.
Figueroa St. eventually became part of the Pasadena Freeway. The northbound lanes still use these tunnels.
Hollywood and Vine, looking south on Vine St. toward the Brown Derby restaurant. How many of us old timers remember these signals? I know I do. Red and green only, no yellow lights.
Sunset Blvd. in the '60's. When I first started going to the Whiskey A Go Go, "The Doors" were the house band. At night, there would be a line of people around the block waiting to get in...
Great old shots of some real classic looking cars.
She's a dead ringer for my step sister in 1943----See pix.
George we used to go to the Whiskey and see Johnny Rivers, just setting at the bar having a drink
Then on the way home stop at the Crossbow in Van Nuys and have a nitecap seeing Glen Campbell
Boy those were great days, never knew we had it so good
And I do remember those red & green lights
Lake Martin, in Dadeville Alabama Before Damming.
Alexander City Alabama
Has anybody ever rodded one of these??? could be cool.......
Official motorcades start across the George Washington Bridge during the dedication ceremonies in New York City on Oct. 24, 1931. The world's longest suspension bridge, costing $60 million, links New York with New Jersey.
Sun Valley, Idaho
Highway 24 - Colorado Springs, CO
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