The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
The cactus approves...
Whoa, that is one big... Never mind.
The first photo looks like Gus Schrader but I don't know what car this is or at what track. Any info on this one?
The other photo shows Chuck Stevenson spinning coming out of the 4th turn at Milwaukee in 1960.
5th STREET IN SOUTH PHILLY
That's Clay Corbett at Winchester 1947.
They don't have the ability to do something like that for a 1945 photo. Only in the movies.
Paul Goldsmith Smokey Yunick #10 Indy 1961Smokey's experiment, Driver ? Braver than Dick Tracey IMO
Everrett E. Sterling filling station and tire shop, Burbank, CA 1939
Exposition Park, 1938
485790 to Art Lacey of Milwaukee, OR 1947 and ferried from Altus AFB, OK to Portland, OR Mar 8-10, 1947. By Sept 1947 was on display above Lacy's Bomber Gas Station in Milwaukie, Oregon. Reported still there in 1980. Moved to Lacey's Bomber Restaurant in 1990. 44-85790 nose section was removed in 1996, restored and now at the Wings of Freedom Showcase, Milwaukie, Oregon. Rest of aircraft still at the gas station. The gas station is now closed but The Bomber Restaurant at the same site is still open. Engines removed 2012. Airframe removed 2014 by B-17 Alliance Group of Aurora for rebuild to flying condition.
Pico Street at end of car line, Los Angeles, 1927
Looking east on Manchester Avenue, 1935
Construction work on Cahuenga Pass, 1939
Figueroa Street, from Auto Club tower, 1927
Street showing old type buildings that would have to be moved for street widening, Los Angeles, 1941
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