The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Hollywood & Vine, 1937.
Alexander's Market in Glendale, CA 1940.
Hyperion Bridge 1932
Fairfax & Wilshire 1939
That red '57 must have been a beautiful car once...
Yeah, I know how you feel...
Remind me not to go golfing in this town if this is the best caddies they have...
Her chrome silhouette adorns thousands of mud flaps.
if you look at the name of the market, you'll know who's to blame!
Henry Ford Avenue and U.S. Highway 101, Wilmington, 1937
Aha! All we have to do is wait for that daggone kid to come back, & we got him!
So that's her then.... Wow?
Thought there was something special about her...
Good plan @63, you get the rope and I’ll call his parents.
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Cahuenga Blvd west of Highland Avenue, Los Angeles, 1938
E. 1st St. near Mission Rd., Los Angeles, 1954
Are you still in therapy?
I have to second that, a 60 Plymouth is ugly enough but nothing is worse in the ugly department than a 61 Plymouth!
Yes I received another treatment today, along with some very good news from the doctor.
The tumor size on my pancreas has reduced in size by about 1/3! Same with lesions on my
liver. The largest ones have reduced in size by about 1/3. Keep on praying...it's working!
Sodbuster, those are sure wonderful pictures, Thanks
R.I.P. Doris Day
After their Plymouth was totaled, they bought a new car .
Having been born in Hollywood, approximately a year after this photo was supposedly taken, I don't believe that Cahuenga Blvd. was ever West of Highland Ave. In fact, if I recall, Highland Ave. merged into Cahuenga Blvd. about where the Hollywood Bowl was located.
I know, I love these old L.A. photos and don't mean to be picky. Plus, I realize that senility is most likely setting in, but I still hope I know my streets in Hollyweird...
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