The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Cabins at the Lockwood Auto Camp in Lincoln Heights, L.A.1928
Traffic on Hollywood Boulevard, 1928
I was wondering how many kids she already had.....tough times.
8th & Broadway, Los Angeles, 1928
View of the nearly completed City Hall building from Weller Street 1928
Intersection of Chautauqua Boulevard and Pacific Coast Highway Santa Monica, 1930
Grand Opening of Ralphs Supermarket Crenshaw Boulevard and Rodeo Road, 1942
23rd and Flower Streets, 1928
Hill & 11th, late 1920's
As sad as this looks, things could get better, the license plate on the vehicle is 1940, we were just about to enter a major war, and it would be up to ladies like this to step up to the plate and go to work in factories that supply the US war machine. This is the kind of women who would show up to work everyday and do the real crappy jobs without crying about how dirty she got.
thin man's (william powell) real-life girlfriend
something that's bothered me--this is the first pic i've seen where the gas customer pulled up to the pump with the filler by the pump. hate seeing that hose draped over the trunk lid!
this reminds me of the early days at gateway in st. louis. spectators were allowed to sit on the edge of the track. pretty scary with cars in the '70s that could hit almost 250 mph!
i was wondering if she was even 30 years old. life has really taken its toll on her. my grandfather flipped houses in los angeles in the '20s and drove a doozy. when the crash came, he had to move to chicago and start anew. in '36, my dad got on at the ford plant and outearned grandpa!
My guess would be South America on this. Definitely not a US number plate.
And the award for safest car goes to....
[/QUOTE]Not a Stutz. It is a 1928 Buick. The cap is a woman like this one....
Cosmo Kramer's dad?
Coffee, prunes & the Broadway Tunnel, 1935
No....... that's Joe DiMaggio :lol:
Looking northwest from Lincoln Heights toward L.A. River, Feb 26,1936
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