The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
To protect evidence from the crash. In a fatality or with serious injuries.
Can someone explain what the tubes are for?
Piped in AC
Race team ?? Consecutive lic. #`s
Angry Birds granddad.
Bean Bandits dragster running Joaquin Arnett's Ardun. That engine is still around, now with Hillborn mechanical fuel injection. In recent years, that engine has powered a belly tank lakester and a rear engine modified roadster at both El Mirage and Bonneville.
"Lost another bet, huh, Pop?" "Oh, go beat up your little brother."
Wilke (Leader Card) race team, George Snider in the 90, Bobby Unser in the 3.
Yes Rootie but what spark plugs were they running. LOL
Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us. Thumbs up if there was one.
Interesting that the cars have different roll bars. The 90 is a standard Watson, the 3 looks like a Phillips.
All the same car
Thompson Auto Electric
Loudbang is that a Ontario Canada licence plate on the five window coupe? Looks like it to me but my computer does not show it clearly when enlarged.
Cool shots. That is one odd looking roll bar on that dragster.
Shape of the cab, fenders, and hood looks like a REO
Your right, I'm losing it guys, I should have known that, I'll just blame it on the beer, yeah that's it ,the beer. Thanks
Looks a lot like Marilyn, taking a nap.
That is not a typical Jeep. Must be testing an an early production model.
Yeah, they made a lot of concept cars in a little thing called WWII. They weren't all made by Willys either. They did a lot of "testing" over a 4 year period.
Wow! That's a magnificent cock! (thoughts from the kid)
The US Army was testing the Bantam 4x4 back in the early 1930s. Here is a link that explains the early history of utility vehicles.
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