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Event Coverage The Day Of The Drags

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Ryan, Oct 8, 2012.

  1. Ryan
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    I took no pics, but if I had a dollar for every tuff 55 2 door sedan that was there, I could've hired you a baby- sitter. It was epic, as usual. Hope the kids shared their Hot Wheels with you.
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    Kids do have a magical why of making the most thought out plans turn to shit real quick like.
  4. Yeah,mom's know when to let dad take care of the kids,,it's a vicious plan all women are inherently born with,,leave town and dad has big plans,,kids get sick!:D

    I've been there with our children and grandchildren,,it's the little bumps in the road that helps use stay grounded with the things that are of the most importance,,family.

    Sorry you missed the drags but there will be more. HRP
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    My wife followed me up with the kids in the mini van. The entire family loved every minute especially my 3 year old son. My wife left saying that she wants to build a drag car but she wants to be the driver! Yes, I'm a lucky and blessed man. Fun and clean event!
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    Because I spent some quality time with my daughter in the AM, I didn't get there until noon, and managed 3 passes until they closed the lanes.. Great day with the fam and Hot Rods!
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    Reposting a few from another thread... it was a blast, and it 's interesting how many folks (and this event) have graduated from 'Run what ya brung' to full-on FED rigs!!!

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    Did Steve get to run his FED??
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    I missed it, but hearsay was that there were still clutch issues on Friday... I'm sure someone here will have the full story..??
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    Awesome candid shots, Blake.
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    There was so much freakin' cool stuff going on I really forgot to keep taking pictures. Heres what I did manage to take. Have some movie I will link to when I get them uploaded to the yootoobs


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    Great photos and it brings back some great memories. My wife and I spent several of our Sunday dates out there in early 1969 When I was at Fort Hood and she was at Mary Hardin and I raced a then new 69 Cutlass S in G stock.
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    haha oops last picture snuck in there.. took the tbird out for a day trip on saturday on the way to the dragstrip.. stopped in Cele and had BBQ at the place they used for the Texas Chainsaw Massacre.. pretty decent sausage and brisket
    http://www.texaschainsawmassacre.net/Remake/BBQGas.htm
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    That t-bird rules... Make it low and then leave it alone!
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    exactly what I'm planning on doing! :D
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    Kool - Thanks
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    Awesomeness!

    Any more of this Tudor? Looks amazing!
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    :rolleyes:
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    Can hardly wait till the next one.
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    Thanks for the kind words... that would be ours, and we dig it. :D
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    Same one that Rusty built???? I totally love that car....
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    SKOT - you rule!

    Since we're sharing DOTD memories on this thread, here's a vid of the Alkyhaulic... blown alky-injected SBC that ran an 8.38 earlier that morning. Louder is betterer.

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    some iphone clips i edited together

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    Thanks you guys for posting. Some really neat photos and videos. Much appreciated!!
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    Man, that 32 sedan is tasty.

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