The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Raising five boys! Jeeeez, they'd all be getting old now.How I remember those days!
I miss cool neon! Nobody walks around anymore.
What the heck is this car?
Australian coupe with FE-FC Holden panel van out back .
Timberline Lodge has had St Bernards living there since built in 1937! The tradition is still continued to this day with two of the mountain dogs in residence! Heidi and Bruno! I think there might be a new Pup, I don't know for sure! They live like royalty.
I believe it's a 36 Ford custom.
Ummmmm Six and counting
San Rafael Calif. 1714 4th st . Its still there my dad worked for jack 1936 37 went to work at Mare Island Navel ship yard in Vallejo CA. 1937 - 1972. Thanks.
I believe it is a "37 custom..
VINITA, Okla. - Oklahoma's biggest McDonald's--and at one time the largest in the world--will be shutting its doors, but just temporarily. The Vinita Service Plaza over Interstate-44 is now 56 years old. Officials with the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority say it's time for a makeover.Mar 26, 2013
Several years ago, we drove back to Oklahoma to see the old family houses and schools. After a couple of days, it was on to St. Louis, farther east to the Chesapeake and up to Maine on our cross country vacation. On the way to St. Louis, we needed a snack and saw this huge thing across the freeway (Interstate).
The usual pit stop timing plus, we had the famous fries/drinks and were on our way. But, inside was huge and the service was ok. There were lots of people there as it was summer. It was interesting to sit there for a second and look out onto the cars whizzing below.
Back in So Cal, we went to a big mall that had a major highway run underneath a portion of the department stores, but a major interstate under a McDonalds?
What you see in a cross county drive is interesting to say the least.
Yeah, it's a 1937 Ford built by Glenn Johnson.....
Who's this guy? I dont recognize him off the bat
Pinstriping by L......something
I'd say that if he was wearing different clothes and sporting a top hat you'd probably recognize him as "Big Daddy Roth," as that's his shop truck. The "L" you see is part of his phone exchange number.
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