The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
[/B]I need to thank Walter Miller of AutoLit.com without whom I never would have laid eyes on an engine I could not previously be SURE had ever actually been cast and machined! As far as I knew previously, there was no hard evidence that the G-P (K-F) design ever made it off the shelf! FYI, if any HAMB collector finds these two pix exciting, Walter offers NEW prints of both on eBay, at reasonable cost. Just search: "1949 Kaiser Frazer Engine Factory Photo." THANKS again, Walter![/QUOTE]
Walter Miller is someone I have done business with as both seller and buyer. Highly recommended!
Sir Donald Healey with straight 8 Triumph Dolomite.
Sir Charles Kingsford Smith with Triumph Super 7.
Your right.. I didn't notice the beer text until you pointed it out. although I found coasters to match lol
"This agency was established by Mr. Row in the year 1904. The building is of wood and iron, and contains the shop and workshop. Mr. Row carries a stock of “Dayton,” “B.S.A.,” “Osmond,” and “Rudge-Whitworth” cycles, also the celebrated “F.N.” make of motor cycles, and repairing is done on the premises. Benzine and lubricating oils are always stocked, and the premises are a recognised stopping place for motor cars and cycles between Wellington and Palmerston North." New Zealand.
More Australian photos to view:
1939 Raymond Mays in car of his own name
1939 Le Mans - Dick Anthony and Geoffrey White
Geoffrey White & Dick Anthony staying cool before the race
1931 - the Le Mans Aston Martin Anthony appraised for the Winter Garden garage
66 British GP from David Betts
The Vanwall streamliner in the pits at Reims 1958. The car was not raced as the drivers were not comfortable with it.
Innes Ireland and Jo Bonnier hitch a ride back to the pits on Ritchie Ginthers Honda at the 1965 French GP at Clermont-Ferrand
ain't that a beer can???? (note that this ford is not a cop car... the license plate is a 'press photographer' 1956 series calif. plate.)
Man I love this thread...
If I already posted my bus, or someone else did I'm sorry, but just in case it's not in the previous 1130 pages...
New in 46! (we believe ours is the one next to the Dodge)
we know ours is the one on the top right with the big gouge in the side, as it still had that gouge when we got it in 84.
1984, that's my dad carrying me... hey it's still from a time gone by! LOL
Late in 91
Back again in 92.
If anyone knows of any others like this bus let me know, of the 44 built this is the only known survivour, but if there is another out there, I want it! Or one of the Dodges as a companion would be cool!
Look at the way the cars are angled.
Anyone else amazed at the number and variety of vehicles we've had in just about 100 years...
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