The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by stlouisgasser, Jul 17, 2009.
Dark blue '51 Merc 4-door
Dark blue 67 Pontiac Firebird Sprint, OHC 6 with 4 barrel, 3 speed.
A black Hefty garbage bag.
67 Porsche 911....and 33 years later Dad still drives a 911.
New 66 GTO without power steering. Mom sold it when sister was born two years later, because MOM couldn't handle driving it anymore. So sad.
Little Merc wagon like this one:
I barely remember it; Dad traded it for a new '70 Olds Cutlass SX with the 455 engine. Much cooler.
My older brother came home in a '61 Impala convertible. He always got a better deal.
A then, late-model '51 Chevy 4-door, two-tone green. It got traded for a brand new '54 Country Squire.
32 Ford V8 5 window coupe! That would be me changing my first (I think) tire.
1931 Ford Cabriolet (I think), might have been a roadster - it had a rumble seat. My two boys rode home in a '68 Chevelle SS396 with a lumpy Isky, and street slicks.
I was born at home so that I could be near my mother.
The bus!! not kidding either!!
Humber Super Snipe. ( did not make this up )
1956 chevy bel air 4dr. h/t
1929 rolls royce phantom 1 limo.
57' Dodge Regent ,318 / pb auto. turquoise
My dad took me home in a 1970 Chevy Nova. Brought my 1st son home in my old 1958 Edsel Ranger.
1958 Pontiac in 1966.
A 39 Buick sedan witha straight 8.
Me 48 Stude my kids 37 Chev
A f'in Pinto
My mom's 68 shelby GT 350. I don't remember the car except in pics cause it was totalled when I was 4 in 1979 by a drunk driving asshole. I remember my Dad always saying how her car is the reason he married her hahaha.
1959 Pontiac Bonneville convert
1957 Chevy Belair 2dr post ...... 348 tri-power....... 4speed..... in 1966
Had to call my dad and ask him. He said it was a 69Dodge Polaris , two tone green. It was my great grandmothers car.
Not sure but my Dad swears I was conceived on the hood of a Hemi 'Cuda.
Pretty sure it was a Ford Anglia.
I never did find out. All I know is that my dad rolled his '38 Packard on the way to the hospital. I remember is sitting behind our house, and I played in it when I was around 7-8 years old.
You forgot to mention that your twin brother also rode home in that 69' Polaris.
'40 LaSalle sedan in '52
Mid 50's Dodge Wagon of some sort.
I don't know exactly, I was kinda young.
But I think I'm right.
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