The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Ratican-Jackson and Stearns
picture by Bill Scharing
Joe Barzda's California Speed and Sport Shop, Brunswick NJ.
Joe drove midgets, sprints and champ cars 1940's through early 60's.
That guy looks pretty happy considering what looks like a big puddle of oil under the car.
Kookie lend me your comb
I think the white truck is an International.
same car looks like they were service members probably Air Force
Moneyham & Sharp
Biarritz 1957 Caddy
Big Daddy's place
Bill Brown Sales
1965 Buick Skylark
1965 Falcon Futura
Dam Car !!!!
Acme The coyote needs one to catch the roadrunner LOL
Maybe Dr. Nathan Ostich Flying Caduceus. J47 powered
Fuelie, bet they had no idea what they had...Probably said " Gimme your most expensive Pontiac"
Deuces - Is the Westborn Chrysler Plymouth the same dealership that
is at the corner of Michigan and Outer Drive these days ?
Still on Michigan Ave....
It's Westborn Dodge now...
To bad they killed the Plymouth nameplate.... I was a Cuda and Duster nut when I was a kid...
Back in the late 70's I was at a regular non-automotive swap meet when I saw a complete Rochester F.I. set up in a box. Distributor and all. It was priced at $50 and I was really excited untill I noticed it wasn't for a Chevy but a Pontiac...I walked right on by...Stupid me !!
My Step sister's Father.
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New Zealand, same with the other ones too tagged England.
Boy does this one bring back some great memories! For us it was a family project. My Mom and Dad put out a big pickle jar. If there was not enough money in it to pay for a day on the track, we didn't go that day. I sold newspapers and so had lots of coins, a lot of them ended up in that jar. For an 8th grade kid there was nothing more exciting than seeing how fast I could get that kart going. We didn't have the latest stuff, but the old Simplex kart and an 8 hp Power Products engine was fun even if the newer and faster karts were hard to keep up with.
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