The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
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Hey MacTexas........loving the occaisonal sprint car photos.
I guess I should start posting some of my stash .... own hundreds of old photos that are car related .... the top one is
actually my Uncle ....
Hey Mac Texas
Awesome pics man.
Thanks, HR 32...
It wouldn't surprise me to learn there was no power steering in these cars.
Lookit the size of that tiller!!!
^^^^^^Look at the size of that boat!!!
ROOTIE, I can't believe it, thats my good friend Johnny Dudevoir in the Labounty roadster # 12 . This midget was made from a post war rail frame car. John is 91 years old and not in good health now. He joined the Navy when he was 16 years in 1943 and served on the aircraft carrier the Hornet that saw heavy action in the South Pacific . He truly is one of the great generation that we all owe a great deal of gratitude . I think that shot was taken at Trenton, N.J.
Remember the old add jingle "Ice, Cold, Oly" showing a frosty can. That commercial made me buy Oly beer.
Cushman Service Vehicle - Meter Maid
Palace Theater, Peoria, Illinois Circa 1970
Peoria, Illinois...Franklin Street Bridge 1940's
I mostly drank the "Banquet Beer"...Coors.
I really wonder what colors the '55 210 is wearing. If it's gotta be a two-tone, I like the standard, where the roof drip rails separate the two colors.
Remember the motorcycle sounding ad.
RAAAAY NEEEER BEEEEEEER.
'It's the water, and a lot more"!
It's more like IF you got a buzz. It's almost impossible to drink what what it would take.
When I was a plumber apprentice in Tacoma Wa our yearly field trip was through there and it was an awesome place and so was the tasting room.
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