The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Yes, she used to be a school teacher but she was sacked because she could not control her pupils!! LOL!
How is it possible for the front wheels to be off the ground?
Marty Feldman's cousin? Gary
Dips in the track possibly ICW spring oscillations? JATO packs? Gary
March 28, 1964 Crescent City, CA. Tsunami...........
The Brooklands track was notoriously bumpy. Many racing cars had to have their bodies stengthened especially when endurance racing. This made racing at Brooklands both exciting and very dangerous with cars being very difficult to control. Many deaths occured when the cars lost control and were flung over the top of the banking.
Escapees from Whipsnade zoo in England, 1958.
Ian Appleyards Xk120 registered NUB120 - Won the 50 and 51 Alpine Rally.
I actually helped bump start this car today! How cool is that?!
The first photo looks vintage, and I think it is---probably...
Poodle skirts from the '50's and poodle skirt patterns.
I don't know of a poodle skirt that was not home made.
nearly all women/girls sewed.
Notice the kid on the left in the first photo is wearing a cowboy shirt.
Poodle sweaters were popular with ladies and girls in the '50's.
This is all I could find but a lot of girls wore angora-type sweaters with poodles on them.
As soon as I saw that thumbnail I thought to myself, "That looks just like Nichelle Nicoles" when i opened it was quite surprised to see that it is her, and she is riding a folding bike that I happen to own 2 of, too cool for me to see that!
Could that track be bumpy enough for the car to bounce the front end up in the air like that?
I had a 69 Triumph GT6,, 2000cc TR6 motor in a fastback spitfire body,,
Took a few Porsches by surprise.. too bad parts were/are so expensive
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