Solve, create, share and talk about jigsaw puzzles

1954 American Cars collage

Bookmarked Bookmark Solve this jigsaw puzzle later
ShareShare with your friends
ReportReport as inappropriate
30 pieces
85 solves
Solve puzzle

Thanks for sharing. Here is your html-code:

Why are you reporting this puzzle?

1954 Olds F88 Roadster (gold)
1954 Chevy pickup (blue)
1954 Dodge Royal Club Coupe (blue)
1954 Buick Skylark (red)
Why this advertisement?

Leaderboard

  1. jeff621:08
  2. sparklightie1:10
  3. Dilubreuer1:14
  4. mustsal1:16
  5. farrell1:17
  6. Ianto1:20
  7. jals1:22
  8. tdcain221:25
  9. octhomasad1:25
  10. lilysue491:25

Comments

Please sign in to comment. Don't have a profile? Join now! Joining is absolutely free and no personal information is required.

jals

Thank you!

wjl1015

Welcome back Judy!! :))

jals

Thank you Lori!
I've been a member for a long time, just have been away for quite a while.
Judy

farrell

I love classic cars too jals! I'm glad you're enjoying my posts...I have a lot of fun on jigidi & have met wonderful friends. Welcome ♥ Lori

jals

Fun! I'm enjoying a lot of your puzzles. The coffee shop was a favorite! I also love classic cars.

farrell

Thank you Brighty! X♥X♥X Lori

sparklightie

WELL DONE dear lori - awesome fun puzzle xxx hugs to you all ♥♥♥

farrell

Thank you Teresa! I am glad you liked it. I love old cars too and I am still practicing with collages (he he) Big Hugs, Querida Amiga! ♥ Lori

tere_a1

You did a great job, Lori! I love old cars and this is a beautiful collage! Keep them coming! Thank you, my friend! Hugs! (◕‿↼)

farrell

Dave, I watched a few of those racing clip on YT...fun stuff!

Clive, I the gray 53' Ford... That little white car is cute! :))

CJ45

Pleased you like it Dave it is still a white knuckle drive to this day as you have to power it around corners as the steering lock is minimal wasn't really built for our roads mainly race tracks.

djp

Thanks Clive. What a car - had the design characteristics of several contemporary British sports cars!!

CJ45

For Dave djp. here is the link.
http://www.jigidi.com/jigsaw-puzzle/6TMM9I6Q/1962-le-mans
Enjoy.

CJ45

I will dig out her picture and post the link for in a minute.

djp

Like the TVRs -- rare over here, never owned one . . . .

CJ45

Hi all, My 1953 Ford a little different in style but same year. Dave youngest son still has his TVR racing car. Here is the link to the'53 Ford.
http://www.jigidi.com/jigsaw-puzzle/F4J2ID4Y/For-sexyshoes-back-of-my-garage

farrell

That looks like so much fun! I can't believe they still have one in Ohio, but not in Dave's area where they could operate year-round. My sister's 2 youngest have never been to one. Sad.

wjl1015

Yep one of the last remaining drive-ins!!

http://www.starlitedriveinohio.com/index.html

djp

That was a reference to the chassis being full of holes, for weight saving !!!

There were 2 different cars -- one for drag racing with high gears for acceleration and the other, like mine, for NASCAR with low rear end gears for speed. Mine would do 60 in 1st, 95 in 2nd, 125 in 3rd and ??? in 4th. (guess around 150 - 160)

Those were the cars that dominated racing in the early - mid 60's.

farrell

There aren't any left around here either!

Dave, I'll check your pics..I could only find "Swiss Cheese" ???

djp

I have a picture in my photo group Lori.

Wow Joe, an operating drive in!! I think they are all gone from the west coast; seems they are all now swap meets and RV parks. here.

wjl1015

Great puzzle Lori! As for drive-ins, there's one about 10 minutes from us that we go to a few times a season :))

farrell

That's funny! ..and very nice of you to let her drive it! I did that in my boyfriend's Satellite (80's) & took out the entire exhaust system. (Now I will google 65 Catalina...want to see this beast!) :)))

farrell

@wjl1015

djp

Not on my beast !!! Later I owned a 65 Pontiac Catalina, Super Duty 421 (475 horsepower !!!). It was one of the aluminum bodied race versions (in those days, manufacturers had to produce a small number of race cars for public sale in order to qualify to race them as stock cars - NASCAR). It DID have an AM/FM radio, but that was it -- no power anything but the motor, and it was FAST. Took some muscle to drive (at slow speed). My girl friend drove it on occasions, and sometimes quite fast; a couple of guys in a 427 Corvette told me a blond girl beat them in a race the night before . . .

farrell

Oh yeah Dave! ...and no power brakes?!?

farrell

Aw, I'm so glad it brought back great memories, Dottie! (I love old Chevy's) ...and thank you!

DixieGal

I Loved this, Lori! I learned to drive in my dad's Chevy truck. It was about the color of the one in your puzzle! Brought back some fond memories! Thank you so much! And you did great with the collage!

djp

Lori, with no power steering and a heavy car, you NEEDED that big wheel . . . .

farrell

Hey Dave..great story. (I miss drive-ins) ..Did it have that huge boat-sized steering wheel?

Thanks Cecilia! My grandfather had a 1950's pickup and I learned how to drive with it in the 1980's. (FUN) ;o) (stole your little face!) ha ha

CECE1974

Wow Lori!!! So beautiful puzzle!!! I love old cars, specially pickups, they're my favs, too!!! ;o)

djp

I had an old '52 Buick when in College -- a huge "boat" that could hold 5 people in the trunk; great when going to the drive in movies !!!
Dave

farrell

Thank you Jaklien!...and yes it does! ~ Lori

Jaklien

Nice cars, time flies!

farrell

My pleasure Irene ! I'm glad you liked it - my fave would be the Chevy Pickup...only in red! ♥

Jumble

You've done an excellent job, makes a good puzzle. Thanks Lori.♥

Why this advertisement?
  • Do you know enough about copyright?

    When you share material online, it’s necessary to know what copyright law says about sharing online material. We have created a copyright video guide for you that will give you a basic understanding, along with 4 tips on how to share material within the boundaries of copyright law.