The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Cotton candy pink? Let's fix that up a bit:
That's a little deceptive as Moffett has the one big Macon era hanger. But it also has two of the smaller (but still large) Blimp hangers the same as Tustin. As a boy I remember the sub patrol blimps going out over our house near Emerald lake. They were low enough that I thought I might be able to catch the mooring rope and pull one in someday.
SCD Mk3- built in 1965, designed by Lee Dykstra (later well known race car designer), built by Don Cox, financed by (?) Strout and driven by Glen Lyall. They got a 429 Cadillac engine out the back door of GM, who I think Cox was working for at the time (he later headed pit crews at Indy for Penske and others). The then-innovative wedge body was penned by GM design studios.
Hampton004 by mactexas, on Flickr
Geez, Whatta a nice pair....
BEST pair I have seen lately.
also One of the BEST PICTURE of Linda Vaughn
Moffet Field Navel Air Station in Mountain View California. Now Moffet Federal airfield.
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and NASA Ames Research Center.
San Fernbando Fans could watch the action from the elevated spectator parking lot and the comfort of their cars. Thats Jeep Hampshire on the left and Bill Alexander on the right preparing to fire up.
You never knew what you were gonna see at the Pond. One day, famed engine builder Dave Zeuschel (pictured) switched roles with driver Don Moody to show he could drive as well as tune and raced fellow wrench Ron
TV Tommy at San Fernando
Snake at Bakersfield
surfer Mike Sorokin driving Hawaiian
Cobra at Speed
Little Red Wagon
Lodge & Mowery ALGON injected
Mercury Marauder at pikes peak
Mickey Thompson twin at Bonneville meet 1954
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