The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Ooops...Interesting hood side on that A...Demonstrating something perhaps?
Looks like a Coca-Cola commercial at Ascot. I think I see Stubblefield, Sall, and a young Rex Mays. Not sure about the others.
The fellow on the right kinda looks like Bryan Saulpaugh, not sure though.
File0122 by mactexas, on Flickr
If you read about it. Chevrolet was do to bring it out in 57.... Being a yr late gave us the 57 which was a quick fill in by GM engineering....what would the USA be like without the 57 Chevy.
Garlits' red car versus Pete Robinson with Ford OHC
Old days ads
Capitol Speed Shop
The Belond Miracle Power Special, an Offy-powered Kurtis 500B roadster with special streamlined bodywork by Quinn Epperly, came to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in 1955 behind a 1954 Ford Courier sedan delivery.
LeBlancs Speed engineering Bonneville 1954
The whole family
EDIT: from 4everblue that is NOT Tiny Lund it is David Pearson
Better? Probably my LEAST favorite.
Not Tiny Lund, that's David Pearson, the best there ever was.
Like a taco without salsa!
Ironically the NWS is forecasting a hard freeze tonight in the Klamath Falls/Crater Lake areas above 2000' elevation!
I gotta admire this guy. Herb Robinson of Cali wanted to race, and built this to do it in. Sure, the Pandora Spl. is homely (personally, I dig it), but it apparently was well built enough to pass tech at a professional level sports car event. Herb obviously approached racing with a sense of humor, hence the "Desert Water Bag" hanging on the back, the donkey saying "Quiet!", and the "Danger" sticker.
An instant before the crash........
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