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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Ryan, Feb 26, 2010.

  1. Ryan
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  2. SUHRsc
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    thanks!!

    notice the exhaust on the neikamp car.....
     
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  3. FlamedChevy
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    Thanks Ryan...Thanks to Mark for sharing the pics with us. We are lucky guys took lots of photos and saved them.
     
  4. Dooley
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    That roadster cabrio is out of site...
    Looks like it has one tailight, of the other is blocked by the plate, also dig the hitch over the bumper, and is that a NY plate? Imagine that trip across the country.
     
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  5. fef100
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    Nice to see some new photos. Thanks for sharing.
     
  6. Alex Yohnk
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    i'd like to see a closer shot of the #17 car.
     
  7. need louvers ?
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    Alex, that's Fred Carrillo's car, It's been making the rounds of magazine coverage lately. These photos absolutely rock! thanks!
     
  8. Ryan
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    I know, right? That might be my favorite view ever of that car... I got to sit in it last year and it changed my life. Might be my favorite hot rod ever built.
     
  9. SUHRsc
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    Its been quite an influence on me....
    was it tight with the shortened interior?
     
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  11. jasone
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    Way way cool, thanks for sharing
     
  12. JeffreyJames
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    Gramps' '36 is spot on perfect with an awesome stance, nice rolling attire, beautiful dash probably full of a SW set, and that rich dark paint!

    That Chopped sedan is cool too and well we all know it's really hard to make a car look bad on the salt. And it's certainly impossible when the cars are the heavy weights of Hot Rodding's history.
     
  13. froghawk
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    Wonderful archive! Thanks Mark and Ryan for sharing!
     
  14. Ryan
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    It was tight... but not to the point of undriveable... Kind of like a shoe that was a half sized too small, but really cool so you wore it anyway... And I'm 6'3" and 210 lbs.
     
  15. Alex Yohnk
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    Thanks! Just did a search for it, and now I remember!
     
  16. Great stuff Ryan!!!
     
  17. White Brothers
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    Mesmerizing, to say the least!
     
  18. str8 6 str8 edge
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    Is that a chopped sedan driving through the tree? Anybody know anything about that car.
     
  19. GEBHARD
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    awsome thanks
     
  20. -Brent-
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    Ryan, send that guy a thank-you gift! Awesome images.
     
  21. rodncustom
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    Yes. My grandfather built the car in the early to mid 40's. He always believed that it was the first '36 tudor ever chopped as back then the 3 window's, roadster's, etc, were the popular body styles, and very plentiful, so nobody messed with tudor sedans.

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    Same car "in process"..

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  22. Frank K
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    Thanks...cool history, Frank Kunkel
     
  23. Chuckles Garage
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    What a great way to start my morning. Thanks
     
  24. 1950ChevySuburban
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    wow............ Great shots. Thanks Mark and Ryan!
     
  25. 562roadster
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    Amazing pics. And love that sedan!
     
  26. flyin-t
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    Thanks for sharing the pics.

    Always great to see another shot of Multi's car too.
     
  27. SuperFleye
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    Awesome photos! Love the tudor coming through the three!!
     
  28. Turbo442
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    Damn. Some pretty cool shots there of some beautiful cars.
     
  29. DirtyWoody28
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    I love these pics, there are some cool push trucks in the backgroud.
     
  30. shooter54
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    very cool pics!
     

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