The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Laural Speedway in Maryland. For more: http://thechicaneblog.com/2009/07/12/splinter-alley/
1921 or 22 Special 6. Photo from mid-1920's possibly somewhere in Kansas. Found here: winfield.50megs.com
Sykes Motor Company in Ballinger, Texas 1936. The trucks were driven in a convoy from Ballinger to Detroit, Michigan to pick up the autos and bring them back to Ballinger.
Had lunch at the Alpine tavern a number of times while riding my Harley. Didn't know the place was famous. Nowadays a town that time has forgotten.
GO PRO sixties style Lonford Tasmania ,1965 ,TASMAN SERIES,
Diamond T Doodlebug
Workin' at the Car Wash...
Don't let them get too close to each other....................... they might breed!!!!
Major Nelson in his PMD period - psychedelic man!
I guess if you can have Jeannie as your own personal seat cover with as many wishes as you want, you'd paint yours any colour she wanted too.
Funny thing about that swoopy looking Texaco fuel tanker; about two weeks ago I submitted a (red) shot of it. It lasted all of an hour here and disappeared.
I didn't give it much thought at the time not knowing when the original photo was taken.
I'm thinking it must have been colorized and one of our moderators thought it didn't fit in.
I have since found this story about it.
British Australian Petroleum Company 1934
Similar, but different truck.
DonaAmelia2 by Fedman posted Jan 6, 2016 at 9:52 AM
Dona%20amelia by Fedman posted Jan 6, 2016 at 9:52 AM
L.A.R. cruise to Dode Martins shop in Oceanside many years ago!
funny to find an old image of this one, it is still alive. i've seen it in summer '15 in a car museum on the swedish westcoast. the "Futurecar" was homebuilt (and finished in '51) by a swedish sportspilot named Sigvard Berggren from Boras, Sweden. it weights 2 tons and was powered by a Ford Flathead V8.
here it is in its actual condition:
and a happy new year to all! Carsten
Great example of size comparison between an American vs European cars.
This was taken in Paris, 1950s.
I see here (in the Netherlands) sometimes American cars from 1970s, it is insane how big they are compared to "our" cars. They hardly fit on the road, haha.
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