The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Interchange construction: Harbor and Santa Monica fwys, 1960
Zora Arkus-Duntov's Talbot Indy 47.
Enacting street hazards-Wilshire & McCadden Place, 1931
Arroyo Seco parkway, Pasadena, 1942
Harbor and Long Beach fwys, 1958
L.A srteet traffic, 1941
The driver of Yunicks side car in that shot is Duane Carter, as Director of Competition he was giving it a test drive prior to approval by USAC. The assigned driver was Bobby Johns.
Great Backstop or umpire protector.
Mom...A big,ugly monster is eating dad
The reason I chose cremation
If I were pulled over by THAT...I`d expect to be probed by aliens.
I thought I started smoking early!
Last pix before he fell, making his voice raise 5 octives!!!----OUCH!
eye blurring lettering from another view
Hmm. Makes a `60 Plymouth look downright attractive. Just kidding, They are still hideous.
Nomad at the Bel Air
Did ford make a 4 door hardtop wagon in 1960 ?I've never seen one and can't find with google
I'll bet the guy in the 1928 Chrysler didn't think so....
What I miss the most is the diversity we had as kids with relationship to the cars of the time. Ford, Buick, Rambler, Oldsmobile, Plymouth, and more. You could tell that each one had individual and distinct shape, size and function. Now, its just a wad of plastic driving down the street with a computer paying attention so you can check your phone for emails.
Janis Joplin. I saw her in concert at the First Atlanta Pop Festival. She was the last performer on the last day, late in the evening as I recall. She opened a bottle like that with the first song and by the time she was all done so was the bottle.
Candy cigarettes were both popular and delicious. I take it you never had any.
It appears to have foreign plate so maybe it wasn't a US product. I have never seen one like this either.
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