The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
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Chain drive, It's how I roll.
I remember walking into Andy Brizio's Champion Speed Shop in South San Francisco, and both of these cars were there in the shop. That would have been in the early 70's.
Looks like the Babs land speed record car that was buried.
There really is a car under there ( moderator didn't like my ass picture )
Great Video! More cool cars than I would have thought.
All young people, no lawn chairs. Thanks for the memories.
"The Man" himself Henry Ford involved in very early Ford racing. LOL he was a future HAMBER racing traditional Fords way back then.
Henry Ford and Spider Huff driving the Ford Arrow Race Car (called the new 999 race car), Lake St. Clair, Michigan, January 1904
Henry Ford driving Arrow Racer, Lake St. Clair, Michigan, January 1904
Henry Ford with Ford Model T race car at the finish of the New York to Seattle Transcontinental Endurance Race, June 1909
Henry Ford seated in the Arrow Racer, Lake St. Clair, Michigan, January 1904 with Ford Motor Company stockholders. Left to right: John Dodge, A.Y. Malcomson, John I Anderson, Henry Ford, James Couzens and an unidentified man.
Henry Ford in back and Ed ‘Spider’ Huff driving the Arrow Racer, Lake St. Clair, Michigan, January 1904
Henry Ford with Arrow Racer, 1904
Henry Ford and Oliver Barthel in Ford ‘Sweepstakes’ race car on West Grand Boulevard in Detroit, Michigan, August 1901
Ford Model T race cars during the New York to Seattle Transcontinental Endurance Race, June 1909
Winner of the New York to Seattle Transcontinental Endurance Race in a Model T, 1909
A Ford Model T became stuck in mud during the New York to Seattle Transcontinental Endurance Race, 1909
I raced at Muncie Dragway in the early 60's. One Saturday night they put a big spotlight behind the start line like this.
If the driver was able to walk away from this one, I'll bet there is a HUGE Brown stain on the drivers seat.
what is the big X above the car?
i would like to think [pardon my crazy imagination] that this photo was in a guys wallet for years, then stuck away in a drawer after he was married,raised kids and grew old. it is of his first girl, the one that broke his heart, the one he has not seen since high school..........the one he thinks of often.
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