The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Henry's soybean car
This is such a cool photo for me....I used to hang out in that store since it is about a half of a block away from my cousin's home in Carp Lake (now called Paradise Lake), Michigan. Thanks for sharing this one. It sure brings back my childhood memories. I believe that store is still there.
Henry Ford on his first car that he developed in 1896
They bear no resemblance to one another. Time for some new glasses
For the Silver Anniversary (25th Running) of the Indianapolis 500, Ford produced new 1937 Convertible Sedans with official Indy 500 Silver Anniversary Emblems on the rear doors.
The new ’46 Ford Tudor became the first purchased postwar car, delivered to Lt. John C. Sjogren, Congressional Medal of Honor winner.
A chandelier of three Fords hanging from the spokes of a single wheel at the Industrial Hall, Ford Building, Century of Progress (1934).
And... those shipping mounts / hold-downs look like they'd be useful (if larger) as the basis for a frame table. Gary
No no no! Maxwell!
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