The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Note the circa 1902-03 Autocar parked on the left.
Damn... this shouldn't happen even before OSHA. . . . . . . . .
Curious about this one.
Remember economy runs?
I remember this photo from an early Hot Rod, or maybe it was Rod & Custom, I believe the name of the business was Shell’s located in LA.
Shell, whose first name might have been Louie, followed the buy low, sell high concept dealing in trades sometime too. I tried to Google it for more info but came up empty.
Forget Google, after a trip to the basement archives I found it, Oct. 1952 Hot Rod magazine. Now that would have been a cool place to visit!
"Arm broken, WATCH for FINGER!"
I know this is not American and probably posted before but I could not resist.
Oldsmobile plant 1904-06
Nope....it's about a 1916 REO. The outward curve at the top or the radiator shell is a giveaway.
Engineers at the GM Proving Ground in 1924 measure fuel consumption with an apparatus consisting of a 5-gallon can, two burettes, a bicycle pump, piping and tubing and twine tied to a front headlamp mounting.
A 1933 Chevrolet Master Eagle four-door sedan at the Century of Progress display at the 1933 Chicago World's Fair.
"General Motors pioneered dramatic showmanship in displaying its products. One of the most noted exhibits was the "clover leaf," with five turntables built for the 1950 GM Motorama. It made its debut in the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York."
GM's 50-millionth U.S.-made vehicle was a 1955 Chevrolet, assembled on Nov. 23, 1954.
Buz Jackson, 2, rides with GM President Elliot Estes in the 75-millionth vehicle, a 1962 Pontiac. From left are vice presidents Anthony DeLorenzo and James Roche, with group executive Edward Cole.
The front fender mounted lights realy give it a cool clean look
When I was a kid I always thought those early 60s Pontiacs looked cool , Nice design style. Pops and Gramps were chevy guys though
That scary devil on his jacket was and still is a common image
Is that Lake Ming , Bakersfield? Look like cracker box race boats
Edit: cant be like Ming unless its 1959 or later
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