The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Before PC was invented:
And people say that there were no FAT people in the past
I like the banjo's and bullets in the store windows. Don't see that anymore either
Not sure they'd be laughing if they knew how much it's worth now.
This is so great, what an honest image.
This one is haunting .... beautiful.
I was noting the rack on the sidewalk with the plainly marked "Shotguns and Rifles" as well as the price. This store is in some sort of city; a small city maybe, but a city none the less.
Aren't those referred to as a 23 window.
An Abilene icon since 1931, the Dixie Pig is still serving a dynamite breakfast and lunch. Here's a 1940s photo of it:
Border crossing in El Paso, 1964
Car crashed into a one story barbecue restaurant with Dr. Pepper signs at the corner of Harwood and Corinth street in Dallas, 1945. Two people were killed in the accident.
Leopard St. - Corpus Christi, Texas
1930's photo - From the Traces of Texas page.
The European Hotel(left) and the Horne Apartments(right). - Corpus Christi, Texas
The picture says Departments, someone wrote on the back it was Apartments.
Old picture postcard was mailed June 28, 1909.
Ship Ahoy - Corpus Christi, Texas
First time published scene in front of the Seaside Hotel. Taken sometime before the Hurricane of 1919.
Property of the Wm Beauchamp Collection
Yup - the rag top and extra windows in each rear corner make it pretty spendy nowadays. Most likely it has safari windows in the front too.
My bus is not so collectible, but I love her anyway...
Thought I had seen most of the 60's show cars... but this one has me stumped.
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