The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by badshifter, Feb 13, 2012.
That was awesome!!!!!!
this charger used to be local i saw it at a small mopar show back around 2000 the builders nephew owned it got it from the estate had been in a barn for a very long time it looked just like it does in this pic im almost positive the nephew sold it shortly after the show its probably a restored car by now was atrue 440 r/t
It just occured to me that I have enough shit laying around to "recreate" that car, 70 chevelle body, 2x4 set-up, alum slots ..... but do I want to? .... I dont think so! LOL
heres my chevell in 77
Really? That's a '95-97 Chrysler Cirrus in the background . . .
Digital camera time stamp too?
I'm confused. First let me say I dig this stuff a lot. So, my next question/comment is not in any way against the cars posted. But, I thought the HAMB was very strict on post 1964 stuff? So, how come the HAMB "law" only applies to some and not all? As a new comer, I'd like to learn
The moderators let an off topic thread slide by every once in a while. I guess this is one of them. Ya gotta admit, there is some pretty neat stuff on this thread. Even a flashback or two.
I'm glad for that, as there's some real trips down memory lane here for sure. Thank you
wow! super entertaining! great collection!
Mullet Rods & Burnouts
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Yes, some "traditional 70's stuff" and great memories for us guys that are now into true traditional style hot rods and customs.
i built my chevell in 76/77 and its still exactically the same now!
.... and the riding lawnmower looked to damn new!
You gotta do better than that! LOL
This thread is the virtual trash can for the HAMB ..... all the shit gets deposited here.... and double ditto on the flashback aspect.
70s Street Racing in New York City.
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The near 70s.
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