The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Even more pokers....
I'm fairly sure it is a Chisatalia, but I've obly seen Roadsters & Fastback Coupes. There were fiberglass bodies made from them in the early 1950's. I found these three black & white photos on a Google search. LOTS of great photos of restored ones, well worth a cup of coffee and the time to view them. Bob
SEASIDE , OREGON EAST OF THE TURN AROUND..
West of the turnaround is extremely sandy and wet!
I was trying to find pictures of that make, I didn't spell Cisitalia correctly either. Robert Peterson of Hot Rod magazine owned one and his employee, Bill Burke popped a mold off it reportedly at Barris's shop and he produced about 35 cars under the Allied Fiberglass name. I remember seeing pictures at Bonneville of his first car. His brochure showed a roadster with a flathead motor.
Bill Burke's Allied Fiberglass
Any way closer, but still not the car we're looking for. As a side note a famous hot rodder also put a flathead engine in the make of car we're looking for. It was a V8 60 and was recently restored.
Edit, that didn't do the pictures correctly. Click the thumbnail to see Bill Burkes car.
HEY!!!------Don't pee on that door handle!!
Why is 1947 Knuck leaving HAMB??
WOW!----------1 more EYE POKER!!!!!!
He's going to prison?
Colorized pics drive me nuts, but, this one...
Dam knuck go away for a day and come back to this news. You have one hell of a collection of photos. I really enjoyed all you posted. your contributions will be sorely missed.
Cool a RHD 57 hardtop for us in NZ , UK, and Aust [and parked on the correct side of the road]
1941 Series 62 Club Coupe
1946-7 ? Buick
1946-7 ? Chevy COE
Thanks, I had no idea about the "right click" for the Google image.
1963 Cougar II Concept
Green Monster with Wally Parks as Trophy Boy
Separate names with a comma.