The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Yes. it is Ginger Rogers.
I'd rather see less '60's Plymouths.
^^^ Don`t trigger me `37...
I wonder how many kittens one could haul to the safe room in that ?
Imperial pick-up....Sterling idea
Like the tail lights
Put a roof rack on it and there is your dream car.
I think this is the same car I saw at the suede pale at the GNRS a couple of years ago. I think Batty Weiss owns it?
Roof rack would f` up those stylin` lines
I think you are correct, came out of a Chicago auction about 4 years ago. Bob
Ricco Suave` and his Lark
And the plates stay with the new car they were issued to as long as the car is running on the street.Sell the car.Plates stay on it unless the owner pays fpr new plates.
Damn throttle linkage stuck again....
New York, 1961. State Attorney General Louis Lefkowitz.
Whole lot of ugly here.
Behind that gorgeous Plymouth??? I agree
Here's one for you Sliced D, complete with antlers, from Prince Edward Island, 1965
The white lark. The one in the middle. The brand new lark...
...come on - there's only one Lark in the picture.
I think that sign and the paint on the car might be the work of Art Dexter, a long time sign painter/striper in the Chicago area. He was around in the ‘60’s and I think he is still working, anybody know for sure?
Love all of these pictures, especially all of the recent ones with Willys wagons and trucks. Thanks!
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