The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Port Kembla in N.S.W. Australia...
Bobby Langley Scorpion
I still think this area of race car trailers was the best
Loubang, that pic of the chain drive truck, reminded of a truck my dad told me about that he saw as a young man. It was a chain drive , similar to the one in your pic, but it had a fixed sprocket mounted to the frame forward of the rear axle. They would haul a load with both chains on, then on the way back ,empty, they would break one chain and wrap it around the fixed sprocket and power the truck with one wheel ,driven through the spider gears, for a two to one overdrive. Don’t recall if it was factory, an add on kit, or back yard engineering. Bones
^Dapper Dan proud of his 1930 Chevrolet coupe.
My first thought exactly when I saw this.
This is an interesting looking race car that likely ran at Sunflower Speedway in Brazil, Indiana in the 1920s. I have no idea who the driver is. Sunflower is usually listed as having been a Terre Haute track but in reality it was just off of the National Road (US 40) on the outskirts of Brazil. Ira Hall was one of the early stars there. In later years he used his racing fame to be elected the sheriff of Vigo County.
Actually, more than you'll ever know. Six people with loaded handguns at BWI in just the past week. What did they have in mind?
Well, she said she liked wearing bracelets!
^'56 150 2 door sedan. With some type of 1/2 window in the rear. Police specific?
*edit - ok, the cop's shadow is on the glass. Shoulda been admiring the flawless black 1/4 panel on the car. . Gal looks like a good time. They should let her go.
I think what you see is a shadow line.
from the film "To Please a Lady"
Yes....the cop's shadow.
She may be able to reach the pedals, but I don't think she will be able to operate them. Move the seat up, miss.
Is that a stick on mural on the door of that Chevy truck?
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