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Event Coverage The 2011 Hot Rod Revolution

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Ryan, Aug 30, 2011.

  1. Ryan
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    The photos are incredible. I love the aerial shot of Austin pre Mo-Pac(Loop 1) This is really exciting. We made some great friends over at the camp in conjunction w/ getting this coordinated. And Ryan is correct, that museum is incredible and a must see for everyone who comes to the show.
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    I'm really looking forward to this. I hope I can button down some things on my car before approval and registration closes. It'd be my first car show entry!
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    I failed to mention it, but while the HRR is a pre-48 traditional hot rod show, we will have a preferred parking lot for cars made before 1965.

    Details later... My ass is tired... And I'm going to bed!
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    O-boy oh boy oh boy. I can't wait for this show this year. Last year was awesome.
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    this is great news!I retired at camp mabry in 1991 and know that not only is there is plenty of parking but alot of history to look at.plus a kick-ass pinic area by the creek.last year was a good meet too but I believe this year at camp mabry will be talked about for years.Thanks Guys!!!!!!
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    That is pretty cool. I'm sure the pics this time will be awesome as well. Would love to make a winter road trip and check it out.
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    You set the bar high last year, and then you cleared it by 3 feet this year.

    Can't wait.
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    Jagdpanzers and Schwimwaagens oh my!!

    December 10, 2011 for the curious.
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    I am making the trek out this year.....Sheesh two trips to Austin a year for GREAT shows!!!! see ya on the 10th!
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    My old supervisor (SMSGT - E-8) has one of his old USAF uniforms in that museum..
    Sounds like it's going to be an awesome show..
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    OHBOYOHBOYOHBOYOHBOYOBOY!!!!!!! Kick ass show at another kick ass venue, and, with any luck, we should be down in the eighty degree range by then! See 'ya at HRR11 !
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    Can't wait. Great job on getting this venue Ryan. It's gonna be awesome. I really hope i can make it.
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    We have been wondering when this good news would surface, we can't wait! Great job Ryan, Steve and crew and yes we will be there for sure! See you guys then.
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    Awesome Venue!

    Pre-48, does that include motor?
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    Sounds like it's gonna be a kickass show!!
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    No... Just the body... we had a number of 50's styled cars last year and even a few 60's styled. The bulk were and will be late 1940's and early 1950's styled cars.
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    Well Austin, TX is too far again for me to attend this year and wish you guys the best of luck. Looks to be another stellar setup for sure.

    But, besides that Austin, I would love to have that little Austin pickup in your inspiration photo set. That is a very sweet looking little truck. Would seriously love to have one of those.
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    Cool, I I think my dad spent some time there before he went to flight school during WWII.

    No car running and no time or extra cash this year but one of these years in the near future we will make it down there for the run/show.
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    Ryan, Glad you were able to put this together. It'll be a fantastic venue for a show, as I'd often thought it would be. Great history, fantastic museum. Kudos.
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    Man can't wait
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    Ryan this show is gonna RULE!! I might even be able to make it too, if I'm lucky.
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    Cant wait!
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    Finally, a place where my 39 Chevrolet 4D done up to look like a pre Dec. 7th 1941 Air Corps. staff car (Kelly AFB) might fit in?....
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    That is great news. great location:D
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    I will not miss this!!
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    Awesome. I'm there.

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