The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Been checking out the stuff on Stiffspeed a bit lately????
jerry-19671 by mactexas, on Flickr
W. Burnside St., Portland, OR
Hey Bomb, thanks for the memories. Your shot of Cactus Pete's is less than a mile from this shot of my Dad, little Brother and I at about the same time.
Crowd watching drag racing at Eagle Mt. Fort worth texas
Porter & Ries AFD, from Pomona, at 1963 NHRA Winternationals. Courtesy of Mel Bashore
Potts & Son
Prufer at Fremont
Puty Cat Eate John Jibson's flathead dragster in 1955 at Kingdon. Courtesy of Don Jensen
Used to be a Youngblood's on Timberland Drive in Lufkin, Texas back in the 60's, we ate there instead of KFC. KFC's still there, Youngblood's is long gone.
Someone has a sense of humor as they have put a Bardahl sign on top of the STP Oil/Gas Treatment display.
The two in dallas were like this every Sunday at lunch time. Dad took mom and all 4 kids every Sunday after Church.
#98HM is one of Martin Tanner's specials.
Great shot of the Martin T4. You stumped me on #49- what's that?
Originally built by Bob Eagleson and was a Kurtis /Chevy with a Mistral body that later went to Josh Saslove and then to become the Aligator Spl. both of which I've posted pictures of in earlier posts. Though this is kind of a neat shot of it apparently blowing up.
^Looks just like my mother's handwriting....
Jim Gardner made it to Indy in 1964 too, and took a few pictures.
And the last of the Jim Gardner photos.
You know, this could be the start of a beautiful friendship
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Dick Norman 30 A,,Ron Paton 39 vert,Mal Keilbesch? 34 coupe,John Paton ?34 coupe,
Lights and sirens
American cars, Dutch sirens..... (but not all)
cant there be any conversations on here? thats how one learns things ya know, try it
trail ridge road visitor center estes park colo, love this ride
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