The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
"Shortly following the 1958 launch of the turbine powered Firebird III, Harley Earl asked GM's Advanced Design Studios to develop the next generation turbine vehicle. "
Made many stops to eat Elderberry pie, from early childhood until I left Oregon.I think it's still there.
Are there any Redwoods left ANYWHERE that don't have holes cut in them to let cars pass through?
Thank you for the identification.
Wow swi66, a 356 and two 550s.
Do you know the story behind the line up?
There are some "young" redwoods in the New Forest in England 150 plus years old. They were a gift from America. The New Forest was to be a stock pile for timber used in building ships. Iron replaced that idea. (but they were trying to plan ahead)
Yes, tons of them in preserves in the US, Japan, etc. Thankfully, the idiots who cut the tunnels are long dead. Gary
Ok, so it's drunk driving, speeding, reckless endangerment and resisting arrest.
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Yep....just down the road apiece....
Here are some more giant sequoia, Wellingtonia Avenue in Finchampstead, Berks, England, photographed in 1926. Approx 70 on each side of the road. They've grown a bit taller since then, and no-one's cut a hole in any of them, yet.
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