The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Deschutes N.F., October 1930, Photo by: L.D. Bailey - Planting 90,000 trout by Game Commission in Paulina Lake.
Wow. I never realized that or have forgotten. My dad was one of the main cardiologists at Hollywood Presbyterian at the time and I don't remember him ever mentioning it. Now I know why! Your information is incorrect, Gable died at Cedars-Sinai!
From LA Times;
Clark Gable died at Hollywood Presbyterian Hospital Wednesday at 11 p.m.
The 59-year-old star had been hospitalized since he was stricken with a heart attack Nov. 6.
B.J. Caldwell, hospital administrator, said it was assumed that another heart attack took the actor's life.
"He appeared to be doing fine," said Caldwell. "He was sitting up, then he put his head back on the pillow and that was that."
Now ,now....let`s not let the truth stand in the way of self aggrandization.
Not a British Vauxhall JD, 3 Aussie Holdens.
10-4, thanks, that makes sense. I do remember when most of the traffic signals in L.A. were the semaphore style.
Looks more like Mitch Miller trying to get the officers to sing along with him.
I think Dr. Blake from the PBS show has one of those, the show is from Australia.
Hi Gary.Thanks for posting this picture.I ate many a meal there.It was located at YeeHaw
Junction at the intersection of Fl State Rd 60 and 441.Darn good food too.It was about 30 miles west from where I lived.Vero Beach Fl.
Good luck.Have fun.Be safe.
There is a nice one sitting in the neighbors back yard for sale
Another interesting photo, Rootie! Looks like actress Lya Lys posing in what appears to be a converted two man car. From the painting on the wall (#54 Bowes Seal Fast...Ralph Hepburn) I'm guessing this photo is from 1941. Am I close at all?
As hot as the weather is , it's great that we have these "light weight costumes".....
About 4 pounds!
Yes that is Lya Lys, but I believe the car is the Surber Spl. which was entered for Shorty Cantlon but ended up being driven by Babe Stapp, 1940.
John Malik’s Trendero, the gauges on the firewall ID it. Dave Puhl is in that photo, he and Malik built the full custom at Malik’s Trend Automotive body shop in Lyons, IL.
tommyd is this the truck that Roger plate had in the late 70's at his speed shop in Muncie he had one painted blue about the same set up thanks troy
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