The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
1-Adam-12, 1-Adam-12, report of a dead bug blocking Main Street at Harbor, Main and Harbor.
I stand corrected.
Thanks Keef, I started to comment yesterday but my dog got fiesty. Anyway that's Albertson's Olds
red rocket in background. The other corner of Supulveda not in view had Dick's Carburetor where
I got 4 rebuilt Strombergs for $50 out the door in about 1960
What do you mean ,you "lost" the key ?????????????????
Portland Speedway 1953, Palmer Crowell driving the Hegwald Spl.
One from Albert Lea, MN High School, 1960:
With the studebaker Halibrands ,,the steel wheels couldn't stay together apparently ,,
That Plymouth would be the best space station ever!
Wondering what the octane rating was? Gonna bug me all day...
img260 by mactexas, on Flickr
"Sure----I"ll add your phone number to my rolladex!
how many wheel discs did that charger lose in "bullitt"?
More than 4.....
noticed the dual set of ignition switches ... on the TORONADO dash .... I sayz Whats up with that ?
who needs 2 sets of keys to turn on their car ? well ..... this car 1966 model was built with an extra engine . the #2 engine is back in the trunk ....
What is the "dirt "on the side of that 59 in the body shop,Not lead or bondo?
Looks like he is Metal working the Quarter panel , getting the lumps down flat . lots of tools on the floor. picking and filing comes next.
This reminds me of a friend of my dad's who loved to put 455 Olds engines in every thing. He had a early/mid-60's Chevy 4x4 that he put 2 cabs on, 2 455 Olds (one for driving and the other to run the PTO for the 10' snowthrower). When you looked under it all you could see was drive shafts and gearboxes everywhere. I wish I had taken pictures back then.
Hey I think I let that guy work on my car once.
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