The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
More pics from NewZealand
Customs set up inside the Rotunda
Even more pics from New Zealand
Next time you watch the "Godfather", pay close attention to the scene of the Don's funeral. You'll see your Cadillac Funeral Flower car.
Ford Mustang (Bertone), 1965
Images: www.conceptcars.it; www.shorey.net
Jaguar FT (prototype) - Jaguar 3.8 Litre
Porsche 911 roadster at Geneva Motor Show
Mazda S10P Luce
Worth a read:
"1953 Tojeiro MG The Leonard Special - LOY 501 One of the most famous, if not "THE" most famous MG's ever raced by privateers. Declared "of significant historical importance" by the Department of Transport (Swansea)."
"my 14 cents a day alliance membership."
14 cents times 100,000 members equals $14,000 a day. Ryan Cochran is going to be VERY rich
1928 Ford AA wheels
"Why I LOVE little children! Especially parboiled." -- W.C. Fields
I want to see the cresent wrench used to assemble that Hamilton stamping machine!! What a great photo. I'd like to see the set screw that holds that gear in place.
Winner of the 1st Sebring Endurance Race
The famous Crosley HotShot #19
Sort of puts you in mind of Johnny Mantz winning the 1950 Southern 500 (and $25,000) in a Plymouth Cranbrook flatty! When ENDURANCE is the watchword, sme surprising things have happened!
yea for the plymouth cranbrook!!! who says them plymouths are worth crap???
Darn right, FarmerGal! Some people don't realize that Plymouth was the number-three seller for many, many years! If I'm not mistaken, it broke Number Two a couple of times, too.
These are from a great site celebrating our love affair with
the sea. It's called Coastal Living, and among offerings are
a variety of LIFE Magazine photos on the aforementioned
subject. The work of many very distinguished photograph-
ers is featured. It's a visual picnic and romp at the beach!
Lots of contemporary material, too, not only nostalgia.
Hermosa Beach, 1948. Photographer John Florea/LIFE
Huntington Beach, 1962. Photographer John Loengard/LIFE
Florida, 1947. Photographer Allan Grant/LIFE. Hey!
That looks like Mike Love's dad there on the left!
Santa Monica, 1950. Photographer Ralph Crane/LIFE.
Reprising 'cause it's a COOL shot!
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