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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dan Greenberg, Oct 3, 2012.

  1. Dan Greenberg
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    The very first Rodder's Journal Revival and all its peripheral cruises and events will surely go down as one of this year's great shows. Steve Koonan and his TRJ crew put on an absolutely first class event - great people, incredible showing of cars ( and I did not even get to see the last day) and a very laid back fun time. Since it was my first east coast show, I got to see a lot of cars I have never seen before and meet a lot of great new people. Thanks Steve and TRJ for doing this and making it so memorable.

    This is the start of my event photos. I will be feeding this thread and the Starliner thread simultaneously, so please be patient. http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?p=8222806#post8222806

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    There are tons and tons yet to come. Thanks for coming by and visiting

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    Keep Feeding, I'm hungry!
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    I have to admit my fave is the last one;)
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    Thanks Tom and zamochit!

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    Shot downtown at Fells Point.
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    Wow! It looks like I just put on 3-D glasses! :cool: :eek:

    Thanks. I can't wait to see more.
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    Thanks 'Mo. I am just getting geared up. And I already got my first 1 star rating - yeah!!! I guess he didn't have the patience to see what is coming.

    Here is Scott Billish's phenomenal 1932 Plymouth PB coupe. Definitely one of the highlights among all the outstanding cars there.

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    Very nice images!
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    quality shots, but the HDR is a little much for me
  9. WOW! :eek:

    I always enjoy your photos. HRP
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    Man, I can't wait. Quality work!! As always. Amazing what you do Dan.
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    Thanks midwestford, Bart Taylor, Hot Rod Primer, Jakc Thomas and Dick (Road Kill PU). Bart - check back when the thing is a little more full. The majority of them are not HDR believe it or not.

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    Awesome work as usual Dan!
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    Gorgeous stuff!
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    Thanks Curt and aircap.

    Here is a really different one - a COE with a GMC V12 in the back.

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    I thought the interior of the '32 Plymouth was one of the nicest i've seen.

    Awesome pictures as usual !
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    This is such a tease and treat. Every day I check for a new piece of art. Thanks Dan!
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    Nice work as always, Dan. I like the GMC-powered COE.
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    Yeah Dan. Great seeing on the East Coast.


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    Everything about that Plymouth was like highly refined and polished jewelry. I talked to Scott about it for quite a while and everything about the car is top notch and different. 34 Chrysler headlights, custom made hubcaps, a 392 hemi with all the goodies and the list goes on and on.

    Thanks Flowmeister, 327-365hp, Model A John and Richard (Slim Pickens) Richard - it was great running into you again.

    Here is a cool 58 Chev taken under the mercury vapor lights at Fells Point.

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    Go Dan Go!! Looking forward to the next one.
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    FREAKIN' WOW...can't wait to see the rest!!! Man, that truck with the V-12 in the rear is SICK...what creativity and engineering.
  23. Oh my, that's a beautiful car. 58 Chev's and Pontiacs are way up there on my list. Too bad my garage is beyond full. LOL Great pics Dan, as always!
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    Thanks so much Mick, honeyman and Dr. Dave.

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    HOLY SHIT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:eek:
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    What can I say Dan your the Man great as always
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    Is that the uber rare GRB drive on the V12??
    I love the HDR. Thanks for the effort... Mark
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    Cool stuff; where was this held?
  29. Dan Greenberg - Cool pics! ... Thanks for sharing!
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    It was in Baltimore. The actual show was at Pimlico Race Track - home of the Preakness - 2nd race in the horse racing triple crown that also includes the Kentucky Derby and Belmont.

    Thanks Butch, Mark ( Benchdawg), chopnweld and HEMI32. I am really only barely started, so please come back and check out the additions.

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