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HAMBer "T" in Rod and Kulture Magazine

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Jon Dunchack, Jul 18, 2009.

  1. Jon Dunchack
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    Just picked up issue #18 of Rod & Kulture magazine. Includes a great article and photos of "royalshifter's" wonderful '22 T. I've always loved this car. Congratulations!
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    Pics? Or are you really going to make me Google it?

    Anyway, congrats!
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  4. Jon Dunchack
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    Sure hope this works (just switched to a Mac) - here's a picture from a HAMB thread on "60's Style T-Buckets"...

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    What a sweet looking T. Very nice.
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    sweet ride...
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    There is something about that T. Everything about it looks just right. I bought that issue and still can't quit looking at that car.
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    I bought that issue just because the car was in it. One of those timeless cars that will always look just right.
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    Thanks guys....the real credit goes to Smokindave here on the HAMB for some great photos and he also wrote the article.

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    When building this style car you should tack a picture of this car on the wall of your shop and try your best to duplicate it. This one has ALL of the elements done to perfection.

    Frank
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    That is one fine looking T ! There were a couple other hamb'ers cars in the same issue.
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    great car, photos and article. well done. that car is everything that is good about t buckets and none of the bad. nice and clean.
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    congrats royal what a fine hotrod man do i love that car.

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