The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Dempsey Wilson in the 44??
The Bowes cars, one a straight 8 other Offy?
The real Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow.
EDIT: thanks to 31dodger for the correction
Yes that's Wilson in the midget, unknown track/year.
Mel Hansen in the #44 with the Miller/Goosen/Offy inline 8. Kenny Eaton in the #15 Offy 1949. Neither qualified that year.
thx Rootie. that RR on eaton must have been just a photo op.
It was actually Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow.
Downtown Chemult, OR winter of 1944. Garage most likely closed for the day.
I went through Chemult on the train last year, I think the whole town was closed that day.
In post number 148561. They called him "Clyde Parker". That was BONNIE'S last name, not Clyde's.
I wonder if these two guys are still selling cars
LaCrosse, Kansas, the barbed wire capital of the world and home of the Kansas Barbed Wire Museum. For you folks that grew up on asphalt, there are hundreds of different types of barbed wire.
You can file that in the "who gives a rat's ass" department.
Not me, I like trivia like that, never know when you may be there and need a museum to visit. Need to Google New England Stone Wall Museum. Bob
I was there this summer to get off the highway. Pretty impressive for just barb wire.
The Morris 1100 is known as the "Land Crab" in our country. A classic example of the downfall of the British car industry
Gus has had a rough time....
Not in that configuration. Jack Meyer rebuilt it keeping the injected Pontiac power using a Sadler body, which still exists.
Dave Marcus.... Big Go 1955
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