The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Kelvinator, ice box on Ford, Southern California, 1926
212 South Highland Avenue, Los Angeles, CA, 1925
211 North Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA, 1931
317 South Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles, CA, 1928
No I’m Elvis! No I’m Elvis! No I’m Elvis
One of few built! But he did NOT order the headliner mounted radio with the antenna pierced through the roof. A very hard item to find as most Dodge pickups were bought for their lower price and used in fleets where a radio was an unnecessary expense.
Even the grille stainless trim is hard to find for same reason.
I`ll take two of her , with nothing on them..To go...
It took them 10 minutes to get the guitars in just the right spot
. Hello ladies...
WOW!, nuns had cool cars back then!
I'm trying to figure out which ones mother bought the '60 Mayflower....
I suspect that ended poorly
Please tell me that emblem on the front fender of that `57 Bonneville convert. does not say ' Fuel injection"
Plymouth design staff member holding a 1/6 scale model of the upcoming 1960 model...…………….
They all drove Christ-lers...
So the young ladies provide tourist services ehh? I wonder what they mean by “services “
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Why wouldn't it say fuel injection? All 630 of them were originally built that way. Would that fuel injection emblem be a problem somehow?
I think somebody is ready for some therapy.
I hope that is not a pool of fuel!
Pontiac remnants Sprouting a Gilley Suit out of Shame.
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