The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
This is how you really rip one.
My high school shop class / tool crib wall of horrors. Worse? Ever try painting silhouettes under a wall of tools like that? Nice car, too, BTW. Gary
If you're from New Jersey and have been around a while you'll recognize the big Chrysler troop car as a "Gray Ghost." NJSP used these on the high speed roadways, mainly the New Jersey Turnpike and the Garden State Parkway, replacing the Police Interceptor Ford Galaxies used for normal service. They were called Gray Ghost because of the light gray color, and they used the most potent engine Chrysler had available, usually from the letter series. Notice the TurnPike designation on the tag, and troop A indicates that he's stationed near the southern end of the turnpike.
The calf was taken into custody for having a "beef" with the trooper. (insert snare drum and cymbal crash here).
Aussie Customline ute that we called a Mainline unlike USA where the Mainline(1952 -56) was your base trim model
below the Customline and Crestline. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_Mainline
First shipment of VW's through the Port of Portland
I know this is a repost - still looks like one of those "call it a day and go have a beer" moments.
Some cool Limey chaps.
I don't like blue cars. I don't like blue cars because I have the worst luck with blue cars. if it weren't for the bad luck, blue would be my favorite color.
And I see this pic and I think damn, I really like that blue car.
Beautiful automobile right there.
Same company as the VW hauler ?
Also, what is the mfg of the hauler with the 'look through your knees steering ' ?
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In any of the firetrucks I ever drove, the inside wiper didn't work for diddly...
More to impress the purchasing committee than anything else.
Brownwood , Texas , still open
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