The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Pleasure Pier parking lot in Port Arthur, TX
On the way to the Bloy's 1920 Camp Meeting in West Texas
Actually, positive camber.
My dad in 1942
Back in the late 60's, there was a '55 hardtop in these colors, in our area, and it had white fenderwell headers, 327/365 4 speed. I loved that combo..and the freshly painted headers........WOW.
And they did say PLEASE.........
Ken Van Cleave’
wow this is a cool one
Last car is a 1920's Chevrolet with a "California Top" ridged top with glass side windows that could be remover or replaced depending on the season. Merry Christmas! Bob
This is crazy, kind like the Ford Indy motored rail.
Farmer Arnie Beswick Early first race car
A & A Speed Shop
Early Speed Shop Bell Chapel Oregon
Marjorie Dare 1938
Roth's Little Jewel
Surfers and Big Mike Dunn
Warren Coburn & Miller The Ridge Route Terrors
Johnson City, Tennessee
If someone asks me for the reason the internet was invited, my answer will be: For this thread. Amazing, thanks to all who contribute.
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