The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Some pics to cool you off!!!
http://220.127.116.11/getkeyw_bool2.asp?key=Willys-Overland Motors, Inc.&how=cp
I have always loved seeing old photos of Jeeps as farm equipment!
Good thread here: http://www.ferrari101.com/forum/showthread.php?t=16451
That's still the "Prettiest" Ferrari of all time...
I'll see if I can find a photo of my friends Ferrari at the Milwaukee Mile...
Have a shot of him filling the "PIT BIKE"... rip Bill
my great Uncle, Frank Dermint and his girl friend. taken in the early 30's. Note his car in the back ground. Sorry ,it came out to small
my nephew's and niece, note the cars.
ALTERNATE CAPTION - "Sadly, Burt
totally misunderstood when his buddies
suggested he build a 'street car' for his
St. Louis, MO
Third street expressway under construction.
Santa Rosa, CA
Director Alfred Hitchcock and writer Thornton Wilder contemplating exterior shots for the motion picture "Shadow of a Doubt."
I would like to ask if anyone out there has any photos of the Buses that Brewster and Gray Line ran in Banff Alberta from 1942-1952, I own possibly the only survivour 1946 Ford Glass-top bus from their fleet of 44 that were custom built by Western Truck and Auto in Winnipeg Manitoba.
I've posted these before but I will post them again so people know what I am talking about.
Mine is the one on the top right with the big gouge in the side, it still had that damage when we got it in 1984.
And here my bus is the second in line, the first in line is unit #28, and mine is #27.
My 1946 Ford Glass-top bus on CarDomain: http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2563951
Hey Lowcat, what's with the beagle sitting on the table where I eat my burgers?
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