The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 30FordNerd, Oct 6, 2012.
The famous ebay 1963 Pontiac 421 Super Duty. after restoration.
Mine changes whenever the mood strikes,,this is what's on mine as of last week.
My '39 coupe, the A is another winter away from being road ready.
I can remember what the 39 looks like when I turn on the computer this way.
Here is mine
This is currently the background pic on my phone. I have a '30 coupe Im putting back together now.
Streetrods are driven by Chevy, Hotrods are powered by FORD!
My project '30 mod coupe.
Or, the car from the battery commercial-
You got that right,that is one nice car. HRP
Pic was taken by 68wagon here on the HAMB and was built by Fastlane rod shop here in Australia.
our coupe as shown on left
Thank you! I would like to see other views of that car, but couldn't find the thread I got it from.
I know this is a dated thread, but a cool topic all the same. I just switched to these pictures. This is from the recent Sotheby's auction
My Vintage 62 Falcon stock car with me driving .
mine keeps changing....
Me and some of my closest friends going for a quick tube float on the Guadalupe River. I'm in the 19th row, 37th from the left.
It's not exactly O/T. There are some more old car guys in there besides myself.
I am still of the old school. My Windows PC computer is still functioning quite fast and secure, using Windows 7 Pro. Back then, it was the most powerful program, but since then? Why upgrade to Windows 10 when I am not having any problems with 7?
I still use my old Windows 7 desktop program. All other PCs in the house have Windows 10. (my Windows 7 computer is still the best one and the fastest.) I have upgraded to a larger, 1080p monitor and have incorporated my some of my photos into a revolving desktop show.
Each photo stays on for a while and then automatically switches to the next in line. I chose 12 out of a million to start off. Once, I had them switch every 5 minutes, but I only got to see them when I loaded the program.
My monitor shows the desktop upon starting up and ready to shut down.
It is a fun way to keep those old photo albums handy. Also it allows you to keep your brain working with those memories, before it freezes later on in life.
"How to Quickly Set Multiple Images as Wallpapers in Windows 7
Windows 7: If you like to switch up your wallpaper often but are too lazy to go through the desktop background personalization settings, here's a quick way to set a bunch of wallpapers at once.
Just as you can right-click on an image and set it as the desktop background, you can select multiple images (by holding down the Shift key or Ctrl key while clicking on the images) and select "Set as desktop background." The wallpaper will automatically rotate through those images at some set time interval (in my testing, the wallpapers rotated about once a day, but your mileage may vary. If you want the images to change at a different time interval, go to the desktop background settings where it says slideshow). “
Not my desktop but I just had to post it,LOL.
Changes regularly, picture my son took and up stream from my shack in WV.
This guy greets me every time I sit down here and lays at my feet. This is Max now 10 years old. A rescued Bechion out of a L.A. puppy mill.
This could be anyone of the rods/customs or even from my 34 and its build. Those can all be replaced, but nothing on this earth can replace my little bud.
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