The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
This Model T-based flathead-powered lakes modified was bought for Clint Eastwood by his father for $25. there is little know about the modified more than what we see in the photo, but we know that Eastwood took shop classes at Oakland Technical High School and often rebuilt engines (and all he had on his mind then were “fast cars and easy women”), have to wonder whether he ever raced it. HRP
Äh, yes, sorry.
Magnesium wheels on both ends, kidney beans and spindle mounts. ^
I did not know that.
I sure did my best to come off like Rowdy Yates around the girls in high school.
Yeah, a greaser with zits that could leap on the back of his motorcycle and wheelstand out of the school parking lot.
This T roadster posted above is really nice! Nice enough to be in a magazine.........
Anyone have any info on it?
Snow removal, Portland, OR
Mr. Kazoootie, is this a Kellison roadster?
When a showroom was a SHOW ROOM!
It is, driven by Tom Leonard on the west coast in the mid 60s.
Thanks. I found the story. Very cool!
The jeeps continue
Looks like an executive doing some testing
Big Daddy Bakersfield 1964
Dennett Bros at Detroit
Detroit Dragway 1962
Love these old Willys (wagons, trucks, Jeepsters, etc.). Thanks for posting.
More of them jeepsters and other models to come.
Hi Loudbang.In the above Jeep pics.Looks like a good time was had by all.
Good luck.Have fun.Be safe.
What in the world!?
I'm trying to figure this one out myself. Seems really odd that a telephone pole would be sticking out in a lane of traffic.
Sorry about that.
Apparently sir, he decided to go straight to the polling station.
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The steel bracket in the foreground is probably part of a trailer taking the new pole to it's destination.
Is that a Corvair? If so, that's proof that it was "unsafe at any speed", lol.
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