The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
If Plymouth is named after the rock, how come they didn't use the song Like a Rock?
Nice Studebaker. 54? I think it's a Commander V8 by the Y emblem on the front.
Break time is over....Back to `60 Plymouth bashing...……..
Fouling the streets of Belgium.
Sullying the streets of Mayfair
Bringing blight to an otherwise pleasant day.
Fred Duesenberg making sure that pump jockey tops off the oil correctly.
Customize one? Sure, but you can’t really disguise one
Packard at Boulder Dam [Hoover Dam], Nevada, 1934
Packard sedan, Southern California, 1932
Mr. Lacy, Hillcrest Country Club, 1940
1941 Packards, L.A.
Presenting Packard to Palmolive contest winner, Southern California, 1935
Breawood Auto Service Station - 367 N. La Brea, 1933
Packard official cars at National Air Races, Southern California, 1928
Packard, Mr. Kelley, Southern California, 1924
Original owner of 1927 Packard, 22 January 1953.
Matthew Anthony Wilson -- 78 years (putting license number for year 1953 on Packard).
Wilson dusting off top of car, which is a daily chore for him."
Cleanator pumps, 1425 West Pico Street, 1931
I own one I really appreciate, but I've never thought of it as a "beauty". More like it's so homely it's cool ! I do personally prefer the 57 Sweptside to the 58/59, although they have their own charms. Always thought it "cheap" Dodge didn't create a piece of trim to continue flow of stainless trim from door to the bed. Wish I had the Fargo version.
I got mine from an auction by Silver of hundreds of old Mopars accumulated by a NW dealer over years. There were 3 Sweptsides in the auction.
I thought that was a Beefeater for a minute until I zoomed in!
Now, I see it is just a Bobby
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