The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Ray Morrisette .. 1949 ....
Bud Folkenroth and Lincoln Speedway in PA, Early sixties!
A few pics of Sir Donald Campbells BLUEBIRD land speed record car at Bonneville and Lake Eyre and in the streets of Adelaide, South Australia.
Wally Dallenbach sr, early sixties, sometimes ran the Blown engine out of his rail. The carbs tended to dump over in the turns, lazy off the corner but a rocket half way down the straight. Most of the time he just ran the injected Buick.
Just a few more from Miami, Oklahoma yearbooks:
Off to the next school... thanks for looking!
After following these pages since the start I suddenly realized the every body in the pics is a normal weight , I wonder at what stage the population started slamming weight on . I know it is the same in Australia now probably the influx of junk food ??
This was for an inline 12 cyl. the Duesenberg's developed for aircraft use. Of course it had overhead cams and made tremendous power for the time. But it turned out, no airplane existed big enough to use it!! I think they only made one and it is on display in the engine room at the Auburn -Cord -Duesenberg Museum in Indiana.
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TEST FROM CROOKS AT PHOTOBUCKET, THEY SEEM TO HAVE BACKTRACKED, FROM MY ALBUM, MY BROTHERS 29.
Yep....I blame McDonald's burgers for starting the whole fast food/weight gain syndrome.
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