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Andy Brizio's photo vault, you asked for it

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Born a HotRodGal, Apr 5, 2010.

  1. Born a HotRodGal
    Joined: Jun 6, 2007
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    I spent the weekend at my parents house, I scanned a bunch of my Dad's old photos for you all, enjoy
    I will be adding more, just taking awhile to upload

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  2. wvenfield
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    Those are great pics. I wonder how well those colored Goodyear letters would go over today?
     
  3. sledish
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    Great pic.s keep em' coming !
     
  4. Terri ... great photos! ... but you'd better give the photographer credit ... these all appear to be the work of Andy Southard Jr. (@AndySS on the HAMB)
     
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  5. 29 bones
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  6. Born a HotRodGal
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    Yes Todd you are correct, most are from Andy Southard Jr. , I got more to follow
     
  7. Mazooma1
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    Now there's some goodies from a legendary hot rod family.
    Thank you for letting us see the photos....a real gift...:)
     
  8. selohssa
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  9. Great pics Terri!
     
  10. fab32
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    Thanks for posting your dad's old photos. He looks a few pounds lighter and a few less gray hairs back then. LOL Of course we all do that were around to remember when these pictures were fresh.

    Frank
     
  11. Boones
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    thanks for sharing, what year is the T with the blower and americans.. around what year where those pictures taken.. (late 60's to early 70's?)
     
  12. Really great pics. The one's in the Southard book were only a warm up. Hope there are many more Instant-T pics in the treasure trove. Thanks.
     
  13. aircoup
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    does anyone have photos of andy,s buddy don specht?
     
  14. Slim Pickens
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    Thanks Terri. Wonderful. Slim
     
  15. Ryan
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    Oh my. Thank you so much for posting these.
     
  16. Bib Overalls
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    Terri,

    Thanks for bringing back memories of my youth. I remember when VolksRods were all the craze and the CHP was enforcing a 24" minimum height for head lights.
     
  17. Very cool. Thanks for taking the time and sharing. :):cool:
     
  18. Born a HotRodGal
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    Ok here is the rest of what I scanned, Lots of stuff, from Drags, Instant T days and a few racing and just cars, Winning AMBR with the t bucket, Enjoy

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  19. Born a HotRodGal
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    Ok I lied a few more, Drag Racing at Half Moon Bay, My Dad thought I was crazy scanning all these...The blue coupe was my Dads, and the lace T also, there is a Gold T bucket in one of the groups and he told me that was the first car they built as Andy's Instant T's.. Guess it kinda started the whole thing....Enjoy
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  20. Wow. some really neat photos. thanks for sharing
     
  21. 76ironhead
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    Great photos thanks i guess you dont need tats to be a model...
     
  22. Like WOW...thanks...did any one say - PRICELESS...?....thanks for sharing!

    Lawrence
     
  23. squash
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    Man talk about inspiration! This makes me wanna build a T!
     
  24. Excellent photos! Thanks for posting.
     
  25. Yeah, no kidding. I was gonna say the same thing. :D
     
  26. cruzincougar
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    Thanks Terri!
    We appreciate the work you're putting in to bring back memories to a bunch of old guys!
     
  27. E Burfield
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    Thank's for taking the time to share the pic's with all of us. Very cool!
     
  28. Born a HotRodGal
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    Ok I lied a few more from the Instant T days, may be a couple of duplicate ones here, and this is the Gold T Bucket that was the first one they built in a garage. Notice my sister riding in the back of the T Bucket, I think I was in the front seat..LOL
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  29. Steves32
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    Almost caught Ryan speachless........and rightfully so!
     
  30. Born a HotRodGal
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    HAHA, my Mom used to hand paint them with model paints..
     

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