The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Sam Navarro, Nov 14, 2010.
here is mine the day i changed the color.
Bitchin Olds! Looks great on the ground.....
Some of the better pics
A HAMBer snapped this one of my '55 at HRaR back in August.
Wife found this one on her phone..............
This one taken with my iPhone last week , after installing the windshield.
There are some great photos here folks thanks, I see a lot of cool rides here on the link..
Same as below comment
I noticed and deleted my post........................wouldnt want know one confusing my HR for a Kustom. Later RP
I like this one.
On our way home from Italy this August we stopped at my parents cottage in Zillertal, Austria
a nightshot at the beach promenade in Senigallia, Italy
that shot is not so great, but rare, cause I rarely take two cars to a show.... but this time my girlfriend Kathie drove the 34 and I took out the 56...
drifting on the dirt track in Massen, Germany last year.... we had a blast...
going sideways is fun....
someone caught me replacing the street tires with slicks
Later at the track
I like this....a lot.
Baumi, I love that pic at the cottage.It's almost unreal
Funny, Thats my favorite picture of your car too.
Yes, it used to be a big high quality shot, but I screwed it up when I resized it to like 78kb. I´m a ´puter dumbass....
Even after resizing that pic,it looks great.Nice pics.The Midwest does'nt have anything like that,all flat open spaces unless you travel to the southern U.S.
I know I'm technically disqualified but I contribute a lot to the forum so I'm joining in.
Until my hot rod project comes, this will have to do...
These are the different looks over the last 20 years and ready for a redo
Favorite pic of my old Caddy...
here's my 61 Impala
My 31 A
This picture looks neat. It helps me hide the fact that this real '27 Ford is a welding hodge-podge, Bondo-sculptured heap! No wonder the masses in my hometown keep saying "Nice rat rod!"
Here is one of my '39 coupe which was being chased by a monster logging truck on a 25 mile gravel road detour in Northern Minnesota. We decided to take the "scenic" route home to Thunder Bay after attending a two club, two day car show in beautiful Grand Rapids. I was a bit too busy to take a photo.
One of the better while still in DP90
Like this one
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