The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Like this LOL
After the '38 Rose Parade
Pasadena CA Hall of Justice....I paid many a traffic ticket there
Pasadena Athletic Club
Tanner Motor Livery, 1936
Jenkins' small block gave the 426 hemi a spank'n a few times.
This would be a cool camping vehicle - White King Soap Company at SE Water Ave and SE Madison St in Portland. OHS photo.
I can only report what was posted on the photo - their historical society got it wrong
The road into Cutler City is by the Furniture place if you're going from Taft to Salishan, it sits on Siletz Bay behind the squishy mud flat sanctuary. I've a friend who has a little house there.
Not blaming you Maggie. I've posted a few with erroneous descriptions that came from the original pages.
One day hopefully with hard work I'll own a house as nice as one of those.
Physics class! Horsepower is additive.
Cheesy, Greasy, dishonest looking soap salesmen
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AKA Suicide Bridge
The spats make the outfit on the right.
Great picture a favourite of mine but not vintage I'm afraid, it's my daughter posing in front of my coupe about three years ago at the Gow hill climb.
Going by the top it must be an early pre Galaxie Fairlane 500
You gotta watch those soap salesmen, they are slick
Just goes to show, there were wise asses even back in the good old days!!
There is a '52 2 dr Willys like this just down the road from me if anyone's looking for a builder or parts car. It has a make offer sign in it.
Strange how the Willys resembles a foreign car.
Yeah, the Henry J and the Allstate! How strange....
That could be me! My dad had a 1953 Ford station wagon and we had a Shasta camping trailer just like that. It was part of the group of vehicles we came to Oklahoma in in Oct of 1957 from Ventura, Ca. Our group also included a 1936 GMC pickup pulling a small trailer and a 1937 Ford one and a half ton pulling a 4 wheel trailer. Still have the 1937 Ford and the two trailers. My dad sold the 53 wagon and the Shasta and the GMC.
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