The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
1957 Arkansas State Teachers College year book pic from 1957.
OK, no drama, no watermarks, just photos. This batch is all from Fresno High School:
^^^ Not too many '53 210 convertibles around.
Albany, Oregon's first Ford dealership, about 1915:
and their second Ford dealership, about 1918:
they should have stayed with the name
1957 Holden race car
MY old race Falcon
"I'm Jumping Jack Flash, it's a gas, gas, gas...!"
Just some old junk cars and trucks
Transmission in the picture has an oil pan and cooler lines still attached at the rad lying by the engine. Looks like transmission case broke at the junction of the torque converter housing.
Is that a Willys panel truck in that row on the left?
A country boy's hot rod's
SE Belmont at SE 7th looking west 1940. City of Portland photo. Pre-street widening.
Front end does appear to be Willys
With those "Utes" I'd guess this photo is from OZ.
Obviously Australian-built International Utes.
The truck on the road looks very British.
I like the quotation marks around autographed.
Yes indeed, I went back and looked at it. My attempt to identify what I was looking at was wrong there!
I would be willing to bet that they could do over 100 mph in that convertible, with the top down, and not have one strand of hair out of place.
"Mommy, what kind of carrot is Bugs have?"
ALAMEDA CALIF EARLY 80S
What were these sedan/pickups in the for front of both isles?????
oakland cant remember may be early 80s
New York, New York!
As I already said, they are Australian-built International Utes.
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