The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Early Times .... first open Car picture..... a real old club
GUESS I'VE GONE OVER MY SELF-IMPOSED LIMIT OF 6 PER DAY......BUT...that being said it's an awful rainy day this holiday saturday and i am NOT GOOGLE CRUISING.......these all came from a site nowhere near google...and encouragement from roberts helped too(ha ha,we're blaming you JR)
just enjoyin some studes!!!
some air brush magic here!!!!
In my case I go to work. We never close.
"Trailer for sale or rent, rooms to let, fifty cents.
No phone, no pool, no pets, I ain't got no cigarettes"(sign to the left) Roger Miller
Over the door looks like some ones name, can't make it out. Large German, Polish and eastern European population in the early 1900s.
Post away my friend! It's a holiday weekend, all pictures are normal sized and enjoyable! NO DRAMA!
And, you can never have too many Studes!
LATIN,, enter at your own risk.....
Took my first airplane ride in a Republic SeaBee in 1959 at the Oregon Centennial!
I was six years old!
I rode in SeaBee at age seven in '55 off the Ohio River under US 31 bridge at Louisville
For any of you who are hard core service station enthusiasts , make note of the Julian manufactured metal Pre- Fab office here . The pumps here are Boyle Dayton model #74's on the outside . The pump in the middle looks to maybe a Wayne 615 . Boyle Dayton was bought by Wayne in 1930 . Prior to this , Boyle Dayton pumps , Julian Pumps and Julian buildings were all manufactured in South Central los Angles . In case anyone goes looking for a Julian building , GOOD LUCK as these were RARE in 1927...
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