The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
A boat motor powering the blower?.
Quite rare and fully dressed 37 Chevrolet Cabriolet.
A scene from the "Grapes of Wrath" as the cops raid a migrant camp
Started out in a Willy's in Compton. Might have been an Onan. I believe his last name was Clark.
CALL ME A CRAB.....er...cab!!!
That's not a genuine Australian licence plate. Each state issues its own plate.
SWI66 I thought I recognized this building or at least the store front at the end of those cars.
The store front I'm referring to is 1012 as opposed to 1016 and it is Tough Traveler bag company. All kinds of bags made in the USA right there in Schenectady I just bought one there and had some modifications done to it. I carry it proudly!
Just did some research and cropping, it was a Studebaker dealer before Plymouth. Notice Studebaker logo on top corners of bldg.
Al G what town is that FC Holden in?
Its not genuine. Austalia as a country ( actually its a continent) does not issue number plates. Each individual state or territory, issues there own plates.
I believe the engine powering the blower is a WWII surplus drone engine.
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