The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
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The late great Dick Page's '32 ... soon to be re-done.
Maybe the two words should be around the other way?
The car is an Oakland - somewhere around 1916-17.
This one has been identified. The location is Canterbury Court in Christchurch, New Zealand, the date 1973. The show, Autorama '73. The car is a customised Humber 80 (a local version of the Hillman Minx which was produced to give the Humber dealers something to sell). The car was named Poison Ivy and apparently still exists. There are pictures of this event available but are out of the time frame for this thread. The Canterbury Court building is still there but since the 2010/2011 earthquakes has been used for commercial purposes. Google it at 22 Twigger Street Christchurch.
Another one from Autorama '73. The car was known as Novel T and still exists. Ford 272 power.
Angelina River Bridge being built across the soon to fill Lake Sam Rayburn in East Texas.
How often do you run across finned, cast aluminum rocker covers for Mopar Poly V8s? Wow!
Just one more A bunch more inside.
Wonder if it is a real dragsnake?
The Netherlands are known for wet weather, but we have snow too.
The lack of mountains asks for creativity.
Maus Gatsonides and his Kwik (Mercury) (Say Quick) help out!
Most Corvairs in Holland in the sixties came from GM Antwerp, assembled from KKD shipped from the US.
(no, mine came from Denver Colorado in the nineties)
(kantoorboekhandel = stationeryshop)
First presentation of the Corvair at Amsterdam Auto Show. Notice plexiglass hood and decklid
More bicycles than cars....
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