The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Darlington is a speedway on the NASCAR race circuit. The preferred racing line through the turns was close as possible to the outside wall. At the time of the picture, the outside wall was steel guide rail. The Darlington stripe were scrapes and dents on the right rear of the car which testified to the fact you were riding the highest (fastest) way around the track. Given Richard Petty's successes at that track, he always got his Darlington stripe along the right side of the car early in the race.
But no, Momma, no Dad! I never got in the back seat with that boy!
I realized the photo I had used was from the Back to the Future movie so I replaced it with this one.
Who says you can't have fun with a moredoor?
Steffen, Let me say first that I love your photos. Is this picture taken in New England ?
... This pic looks like it was taken in the mid 60's ... and the rockers are rusted out on that '59 Ford already! ...
That's what I was thinking. Safe sex 50s style.
What is the black blob in front of the '59?
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Yes! That's because cars really rusted out that fast.
Typically, 3 years up here in Michigan - you already had rust issues.
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