The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
3rd & Hill street, 1907
3rd Street Tunnel, 1910
3rd & Hill, 1919
Hamlin's salesroom, 1837 South Main street, 1902
Man driving a Waverley Electromobile car on Spring Street near 8th, 1902
Broadway & 9th Street, 1903
Is that a him???... Or a her???..
This may be an Orient dealership, they were agents for De Dion trikes along with their own bikes and buckboards made in Waltham, Mass. Bob
After all the whining about the '60-'61 Plymouths, I am starting to like them. Same goes for the '57 Rambler wagon.
Evidently, sliceddeuce must be starting to like them, since he has so many photos of them to post. Haha.
You guys are just being mean and hateful and all dat sheet 'n' stuff , making fun of those ugly plymouths
A mid 60's band that included Taj Mahal, Ry Cooder and their record producer was Terry Melcher (Doris Day's son)
Is that a tornado or just shadowing in the picture?
something from an old copy of "mechanix illustrated" magazine.
More ‘Ugly Power’
Nice Bluetick Hound he's got....
Tim Conway RIP
I guess you could say both. Quite the controversy at that time!
Sliceddeuce is using reverse psychology. He thinks that the rest of us readers will want to mess with him, thinking that he hates the wagons, and maybe buy a project four door wagon with roof rack and painted mint green over appliance white for him.
The “no bra look” one fashion trend of the 60’s 70’s that everyone wish’s would come back!
Thanks for all the Jones Factory photos Sod Buster! Here is some history from The Standard Catalog of American Cars 1804-1942, nice bit of Cessna history I never knew about. Bob
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