You can't say you've lived till you hear a 220 with a backport.
Those were the days making noise, blowing coal & country music, real living IMHO. Was that Tri in the ditch on a perfectly dry road with nothing around looking back at where he just came from?
I'll bet all the ladies took notice as you drove by with that long Johnson. LOL!!!
You can call me Ray, or you can call me Jay but you don't have to call me Johnson.I'll bet all the ladies took notice as you drove by with that long Johnson. LOL!!!
Got to drive an Emeryville at UPS in the early 1970's. Glad I had the chance to be able to say I did.
Lazy J was the first thing that came to my mind when Emeryville was mentioned.
Lazy J's ran the centerport manifold, didn't have the good, backport sound like the Huber and Huber outfit from Tenn.Lazy J was the first thing that came to my mind when Emeryville was mentioned.
That’s sweet. I’ve always liked the Emeryville’s. My Dad drove one for United Grocers. He’d take me in it when I was just a little kid.