The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
"Pump it twice and halfway down!"
The vehicle make written on the radiator is Lacre, which sounds French but is actually an English make. Lacre is short for Long Acre, the area of London (England) where the company was situated.
This one has an OH registration plate which says it was registered in Birmingham (England) somewhere between May 1920 and January of 1922.
an early pic of Janis Joplin . . .[/QUOTE]
them's beautiful... just beautifull
Main street Val d'Or, Québec
Probably more like a bottle of Black Velvet.
The 2nd shot is from the American Legion Speedway Fairbury Ill. circa 1941.
The 1st pic is actually the # 99 Belanger car. Note the external T-bars and small diameter "midget" sized tubing.
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