The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Four monkeys and a football ehh? Sounds bananas.
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Now Spot, did you chew the shit out of Daddy's fender? Bad Spot.
Driver should not have smoked that joint after eating that LSD
I knew I heard it somewhere!
They are both hubcaps. They do look good on those Fords.
Fellow 2nd from the left must be watching a You-Tube how to video on his laptop.
I know-I know---If it don't fit in the Henry J,--------Get a bigger hammer!!!!!!
the "little red car" strikes again...
Circa 1920. Stage and film actress Grace Valentine and her Packard Twin Six roadster
Back in these it seemed like all of the really fast cars ran out of Bob Duffy's shop in Red bank, N.J.
Just my opinion but that is the way it was back then.
Rodger Sinistri could sure make a small block Chevrolet come alive and many of the quickest cars in those day's had his name on them.
Just my opinion but when your a teenager and every winning car has his name on it it's easy to figure out where you should be buying your engines.
For me Statesville, N.C. brings back memories of the night I spend sleeping in my truck at a rest area and when I woke up at 3:AM but I was so cold!!!!
Crazy thing is I had on all the cloths and jackets I had with me including part of a rug that was in the back of the truck and I was still freezing.
Turns out the temperature had dropped into the low 30's over night.
Funny how years later somethings just stick in your mind every time I pass through Statesville which I am sure in a beautiful place to live.
Check out the number plate.
This is Ed Roth. He had a shop in Maywood CA and was a member of the Maywood Drag Wagons. I lived in Maywood at the time but unfortunately I don't really remember much.
Ed Roth's 56 F100.
That was the best year of the T-Birds, methinks.
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