The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Richmond, VA 1951
I wonder if anyone got hurt with the engine there? I have heard of cabover engines exploding and People getting hit with debris. Anyone?
Yes & Yes .......
I believe that is a Austin Healy Sprite. The Sprite had less trim. A more plain look than the Midget.
It does seem to be missing the side trim and I couldn't see if it had the MG trunk emblem, so it probably is a Sprite, the Sprites were more popular for some reason.
I'm sure most of the hot rodders on this site know that is Jerry Kugel.
Art Arfons Allison
GMC Standard Oil 1925 tanker withe Acetylene headlamps
1934 Ford Potter Trunk
Stewart Warner “V-Ray” spark plug display is featured at the show in 1917. It uses a long single center, and multiple side electrodes. It is only one of many this type of plug on the market at the time.
1950 Silver Streak
1951 Cadillac Coupe De Ville
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