The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Where are the tats? I thought they were retro...
And right here is where the nitrous solenoid goes ...Nobody will figure it out .....
Would think this is Santa Pod.
Blackbushe? 1964 dragfest? England for sure.
Look at the kids in the push vehicle... Like that would happen today..
My grandfather, I was wondering what the car is.
I might be wrong but I think it’s a 1946-7 Mercury.
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^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Nice head light covers.
I think a Mercury would have the name on the nose of the grille. My guess is '45 or earlier Ford.
It's a 1942 Ford DeLuxe
It's a '42 Ford.
Thanks, it seems to be missing the emblem on the nose of the hood.
If you look closely, you can see where that emblem was.
Could be Levin?
Date 1963-64 summer season?
Maybe Kerry Grant in the Humber 80?
More GREAT NW racing.
Steve McQueen surveys the wreckage of David Piper's Porsche
Walt Hansgen 7 April, 1966 Ford GT40 Mk II Shelby American Testing
During preliminary tests on a wet track on Saturday morning, April 2, 1966 he lost control and drove down an escape road. He was not aware that a barrier had been placed across the escape lane and he crashed heavily. Five days after his accident, Hansgen died in the American military hospital of Orléans, France, where he had been admitted.
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