The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Looks like Prehistoric Gardens on the Oregon coast.
Rootie, what's #39
A Frazer Nash driven by James Lowe on the west coast, mid 50s.
Army recruits in Detroit during WW2 heading for induction.
Dang. I sure loved his music as a kid. I was just starting to get a taste for rock and roll.
Classy. I like mild chops on the old coupes, esp with fenders.
The "Fat Man's" gone to his "Blue Heaven," but his music will live on. RIP Antoine.
You were talking about the car, right?
I enjoyed them all and i liked the way you posted.
Carry on, Gary. Carry on.
Keep doin' what you're doin'.
Must have lived in the rust belt! My Dad bought one new, I LOVED it! A a arm broke at low speed, kinda bad but an otherwise great car.One of the cars I'll buy if I win the Lotto!
1963 Pontiac catalina nine passenger 389 4 barrel!
Man, do I love this picture. I've always been a train guy.
The camp ground and a 63 pontiac brought back a memory from my youth. My uncle had a 63 Catalina and was pulling his camper back from a trip when the timing chain jumped. We stoped at a gas station and he played with the timing enought so we limped it home. It didn't stop him from being a Pontiac guy, he is 91 now and still pissed that they don't make Pontiacs any more.
The slice of life pictures are my favorite. Makes me wonder who those people were......and it's cool to see how it really was back then.
Nice Shiny Rustoleum alkyd enamel paint job
Gary, thanks for all your posts, I enjoy them the way U do it
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