The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by jeffd1988, Apr 22, 2017.
looks kind of like our beach, but not as frosty
I think the caption said Muskegon. Grand Haven has the walk way.
It wasn't today but back in July 2017 on I-40 somewhere in New Mexico. Anyone knows who's it is?
This morning at work
I was in Santa Clara and area 2 weeks ago to visit my son who just moved there. Saw some 60's and early 70's tuff running around, but nothing that early.
Quite a few 30s and newer around here but something this old is a rarity.
Doin' over 70..
Went to the kzoo swap meet saw a mustang ii Ghia driving, and a later 40s Chevy pickup in the parking lot
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Nice little Dodge Brothers roadster!
That is about a 1921-23 Dodge Brothers roadster.
Thanks 31Dodger. My bad. Thought it was a 26-27 Ford.
From the Nashville swap meet today.
You lucky dog
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If only I had had enough money to buy the wagon it was in really nice shape.
What about my truck!
at least we didn't have to push your in........my back is still killing me.
Off topic but I seen this on my way to work. Transformer blew up and made a mess as you can imagine. Thank God, no one was hurt.
February top down weather in Northern California.
Tuesday - Falcon
Today - Ford Pickup
East bound on I-70 just outside of Columbia, Missouri this afternoon. It was 20 something degrees. Hope that thing has a good heater. Is this a hamber? Has Kansas plates.
14" of snow all over my car and driveway....
We're covered with a solid sheet of ice this morning. If the sun was shining it would be really beautiful; as it is it's just drab.
I need a coffee....
I'm drinking mine now...
Yeah, me too....
Now I need to get out there with the shovel and dig my pony out of the driveway....
After seeing a very nicely done, red, two door Ford on the road this past weekend, it inspired me to create a red themed, Valentine Card that was easy to make. For all of your hot rod and custom car friends and “closer” friends, here is your easy to make “pop up heart card” for that one day millions are spent on gifts.
If you haven’t already sent one out and are “hand gifting” the card, it only takes a few minutes to put your own touches to this card. Family photos, own car (s), all of your family’s cars, the situation is endless.
The heart portion folds down into the square part of the card. If you want a clean cut look, glue this heart portion to another flat card to be used as a backing for the custom touch. Then put it in a pre-made envelope or make your own with this pattern: adjust it to fit the custom card you just made. If you have drawings to put in the spaces, copy those drawings, save as a jpeg and paste/adjust to fit.
These patterns are fun to make, are unusual, not like the store bought cards, and you can create to your heart’s content…pun intended.
Saw this last week while hiking in the mountains. What's left of a 20's Studebaker and Pierce Arrow. Maybe one of these days we will find a 32. Mitch.
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