The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
This way "Big Boy"
THANKS FOR THE POINTERS[/QUOTE]
Just "Airing" it out!
If your going south from Carson City. North from LA..... 395 The Great American "White" Highway.
From Manitoba, and sitting on a Monarch no less. Who is he?
Cleverly hidden in the glove box, this 1940 GPS option was easy to use, but nearly impossible to re-fold along the original creases ....
Reminds me of a girl in High school in 1960. We called her "Cadillac".
It also doesn't care what voltage is available.
I can remember that you could send a note to Esso or Texaco, that you were planning a trip to a specific place, and they would send you all the maps you needed, with the best route highlighted. All this for free in a neat plastic folder.
The last time I used the service was in 1970, when I was posted to the US as an exchange pilot for the USAF.
Two feet of snow fell last weekend on Mt. Hood - just enough for two boys to turn their skis into rock skis.
Sheffield Ferry in Kirbyville, Texas. The ferry was hand drawn, and operated for 100 years, from 1860-1960
One would want to make sure you line up with the bridge...no second chances.
No longer a retro sign like that today, in North Bend, it's Neon!
Looks like the Lovings, whose landmark case invalidated laws prohibiting interracial marriage: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loving_v._Virginia
Here is another shot of Butch's car. This is one he sent me to put on his web site.
***hint: The Hef stationed at Camp Adair, Corvallis, OR***
Only if Lee Van Cleef pulled it over with Mariette Hartley on board....
The store is still there In Coleville on hwy. 395 on the right going south. We always stopped there when my dad and brother went fishing in Markleville to get bait. It is a few miles south of Topaz Lake.
that was in the mid 1950s.
Watch out for broken glass.
Separate names with a comma.