The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Unfortunately, very true.
I'm so damn old, I remember when underware WAS under there!!!!
LB -Ya can't fool all the people all the time!
Well done, the age of the people, and a tennis shoe. The plate on the '56 150.
Many, many thanks to you and all who post on this, the most vieved thread here.
I looked at the 56 for a long time trying to decide didn't know the plate was a new one LOL
Came down the street in 1972. GMC with a 10 foot camper.
That first dip over the top with nothing in front of you!
My daughters still talk about the scary view from the camper.
Sure wish I had a picture.
Back in the 70s and 80s we would travel between Las Vegas, Nevada to Las Vegas, NM quite a bit... and my dad usually liked to travel at night. He would listen to a station called KOMA, I believe out of Oklahoma City? We would listen to it from Hoover Dam all the way to New Mexico. This pic made me think of that...
Nice Picture.... Should make some idiot whine ,,, Ha Ha !
Flatty day LOL
Yes that is the real dust cloud from one of our Nuke tests
I think that it was Lemay that started the Auto Hobby Shops on military bases, where you had a multi space garage with all types of loaner tools that you could use at a small cost of .25 cents per hour, work on your car. Some of these Auto Hobby Shops would put George Barris's shop to shame.
Went to my first Portland Roadster Show at the coliseum in 1969, I was 15 and felt like a kid in a candy store, a very big candy store.
Went there to see ZZ top in the early 80's, dig them guys but my ears are still ringing.
I knew Curt Lemay was tough...But to form the SAC using only a Corvette????
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