The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
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It took me a couple of times looking at it to realize she is standing on the seat through an open sun roof.
Two questions; 1) how are you supposed to smuggle some friends into the drive-in with this car and 2) how are you supposed to have some, ah, "alone time" with someone of the opposite gender in a clear car?
Old Marion Forks Lodge, Highway 22 near Idanha Oregon.
VERY--VERY Carefully .......
The girl on the left is standing in a sunroof. You can "barely" see her knees through the windows because they almost match the red interior and you can see the fabric roof covering folded over between the two girls.
New Orleans 1951
For my next trick I will light myself on fire
Parnelli Jones at Indy (minor Burns)
"Parnelli Leaps" Canvas Print (IndyStar)
(Photo: Frank Fisse, Indy Star)
still can't find a disc for the front wheel ?
Not a bad Encore!
SWWI66's last picture I believe is Nelson Rockefeller's Imperial. It is local to me.
...here's a handfulla quarters....get me an Ambassador,please.....
I'm not 100% sure but the first attached photo looks like it might be of a young Don Brown. If so, there was no better fabricator/builder than Don. He worked for several of the old masters like Lesovsky and Kuzma where he learned his craft. And he probably drove a Novi faster than anyone when he tested one at El Mirage while working for Jean Marcenac.
The second photo appears to be Walt Ader in Joe Lencki's car. The car looks to be running an Offy instead of the Lencki six cylinder although you can see where the hood was cutout originally for the Lencki engine.
I concur on Don Brown. Isn't that the car Don Davis received his life ending injuries?
You're right it is Brown at Ascot circa 1962.
It is, Jim
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