The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Check out the racecar in the window beyond....
I wonder if she was able to start that by herself, she doesn't look like she weighs more than 110 pounds
Carl Perkins and Sam Phillips
The early prototype Model A Duesenberg, with the walking beam engine. http://theoldmotor.com/?p=21663
Another shot with the inside mirror on the dash.......???
That's a WL 45, compression is 4.5-4.75. My wife is 110#, but I never had her start mine. That's a pretty slick little bobber, I think the plate says '53, it's got a Hydra Glide front end with buckhorn bars from a big bike, bobbed military flat top fenders, footpegs instead of boards and it doesn't look like the standard rocker clutch, might be a suicide.
1956 Brigham UT. Main Street.
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