The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Looks like James Cagney.
1951 Abarth 205 powered by a 4 cyl., 2 stroke McCulloch drone engine.
"Son, see that thing there. That's the thing that makes all kinds of bad words come out of daddy's mouth..."
More from Connecticut Dragway
Early Super Cyclone Jack Chrisman
Ed Prout The plaything. Boss Ford power. Ed was a wild and crazy guy bought junkyard short blocks and put good heads on them in his Ford dragster. He was also CHEAP he used to take my one week old spark plugs ( I got new plugs every week from my dealership free) and use them over and over.
He is also a genius on ford FE engines I learned A LOT from him.
at speed with Debs livery
Fenn & Warwick note the unusually LARGE supercharger
Abner Raleigh T Bolt
Anderson & Crow
Costilow & Larson 289 Cobra engine
Dye & Hampton Two Bad twin
Ed & Joe Kievman
Not unusually large just looks like it with that intake and what appears to be one of Pete Robinsons/George Montgomerys' "trimmed" style blower cases.
Family camp out Las Vegas NM 1922
Ed Roth's Beatnick Bandit model kit
Ed Roth's road Agent
Jack Chrisman Valvoline
Henry Segraves golden Arrow that went 231.45 mph march 11 1929
Jim Lindley after running 137.5 at Bonneville
Kil Kare Dragway Xeina Ohio
Lions Staging Lanes
Louis Meyer& his mechanic, Lawson Harris, in their 1936 Indy 500 winner
New England Dragway
OLD drag racing 1902
Ralph De Palma in mercer at 1913 Corona 300
Ray Harroun 1911 Indy winner
Rootie..Nice action shot of the midgets Who are the drivers??
Besides it is a rare 1960 Chrysler town and country, the plate designates it as a personal car of the danish royal family. Cool shot, Bomb, keep on with the good stuff!
That's Chuck Arnold in the Harry Turner 82, not sure who's in the 18.
The lane on the left accurately describes the Gulf Freeway; I'd rather get my ass beat with a broken axe handle than drive that road. It takes over an hour to go from Cypress to NASA, smh.
Stan Starr and Stan Starr Jr of Nashville Tn. preparing their car for the 1961 Daytona modified race . Picture from The Nashville Tennessean paper January 1961. This picture and many others can be found on Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway history site hosted by Steve Cavanugh.
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