The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
I tuned this car for the 1965 season.
Now that I think about it was more like a 52 to 54 Ford that was giving these guys the hood problem.
Don "The Beachcomber" Johnson.
A real racer, always ran hard.In poor health these days.
Speed Sport roadster, a classic drag car. Ol' Noisy.
Hardly get's any better than this.
Probably fake, but it made me laugh.
Betcha my demon's faster than your demon!
On Sunday, after Mass, my parents would go downtown to the Sears store on Soto St to do some shopping. Mom always wore a hat and gloves. Dad always wore a hat. Then on the way home to Whittier Blvd/Atlantic Blvd area, we would take in a movie at the Golden Gate theatre. Life was good.
There is one right behind them
These things rust easy enough without this!
It's a 1935 DB with a 1936 grille and hood.
I used to go there a lot with my parents. It was the closest Sears to where we lived in Maywood at the time. My mom worked for and eventually retired from Sears. I never really liked their clothes and everything but the tools and sporting good were boring. Mom had a really good employee discount so everything was "Sears" at home.
Could be a fresh water lake.
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