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The Long Road To Ohio

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Ryan, Jun 26, 2008.

  1. Ryan
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  2. Rick O'Shea
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    WOW! good thing your ok....
  3. srosa707
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    Damn. Glad to hear it turned out alright.
  4. desertratrodder
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    "You picked a fine time to leave me, loose wheel"..


    That blows, did it damage the rear 1/4 as well?

    Glad you're all OK. That stuff can get ugly..
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    How did you get the car on the trailer? Drag it?
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    You ever see the Macguyver episode where he makes a ski out of a piece of wood to replace the busted wheel on an airplane??? It was pretty much just like that. Ryan's driving skills saved my life....
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    Good you are safe and Denise and Doc what a team.
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    old tin can be fixed glad your OK... So which day are we gonna make Doc Day?
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    glad you're ok.. fenders can be beaten out.
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    Just so glad that you are OK!

    H.A.M.B. heroes to the rescue. I got to meet Doc at the LSRU. What a class act! And this isn't the 1st time he has gone out of his way to help people.


    jery
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    Can you have ANYTHING longer than a few days before you either modify it, destroy it or sell it? Come by and see me (and you future daughter-in-law) sometime.
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    I lost a wheel due to sheered studs on the front of my T-Bird doing 80 mph, Thats one experience I could of gone without! Glad you all are safe and sound. God Bless the brotherhood and helpful people of the H.A.M.B.
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    No witty comment my friend...............talk to you on the flipside. Glad you are safe. And that Joyo guy, he is kinda cool as well;)
  14. MR. FORD
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    Heard about the disaster last night. REALLY glad you guys are alright! I have that nightmare so many times, can't imagine what it was like for real. Hope the rest of the trip goes like butter.
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    You should have driven the Model A :)

    Glad to hear you're okay.
  16. Ryan ... glad you & Joyo are OK.

    I know it's of little consequence ... but cars can be fixed ... sometimes people can’t (I sat in traffic for 2 hours tonight due to a double fatality accident).

    Many, many years ago, my father had a similar experience in the coupe … it was quite a wild ride … but like you, somehow he escaped running into something ... or getting hit by another car.

    He was en route to the '74 NSRA Nats in St. Paul ... broke a rear axle on Hwy 80 near Sacramento (less than 100 miles from home):

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    NOTE: You can see more pics of the "wreck" by clicking HERE.

    Like you, a fellow rodder came to the rescue with a trailer ... and we were able to continue our trip to the Nats (albeit without the Hot Rod) ... Two months later, the coupe was "as good as new" again.

    Hang in there! ... and try to enjoy yourself at Hot Rod Cinematic.
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  17. Glad you guys are okay. I've never met "Doc",but i sure would like to say,"You are pure class,for the the inspiring acts of kindness,we have all witnessed through the HAMB"!:D
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    1. Bad things can happen to anyone
    2. Even when you think it all sux, theres always a positive to come from the experience, and make you re-evaluate the things in your life that matter. Props to all involved in pointing you back in the right direction, something we can all learn from.

    Cheers,

    Drewfus:)
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    Tell Apollo I said hi.... haha

    I am really glad you guys are OK and I'll help fix the wagon, whatever you need man. We'll get it fixed up, No sweat...

    Hope all goes well for the rest of the trip.....
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    Damn man,,,
    Let me know how far back that thing is tore up.

    I might have a piece that can be welded in.
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    Nothing gets your attention like making a three wheeler out of your four wheeler. This episode reminds me about losing the left rear off my 68 Camaro back in my teenage years. Mid burnout, something snaps and the rear end kicks hard to the right. I'm thinking what the hell happened? Then my buddy says, "hey man is that your tire?" We were stopped on the side of the road and there's my L60 bouncing down the road in front of us. We lived through it.

    Glad you're OK and the HAMB family was there to help. In 1980 we just had a long walk back to town.
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    Nice save Ryan, glad you guys made it out OK. Gary
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    You must've had the right instincts; good save! It's good to hear you're all OK and back on your way. Best of luck for the rest of the trip.
  24. scottybaccus
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    Doc is the man.

    Ryan, Are you going out of your way to bond with all your cars? I guess it's back to the 'soul' of the matter.

    Good you're alright. Safe trip home!
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    All the best for the rest of your trip...
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    glad to hear you are ok Ryan and Joyo, and thanks Doc for being a first class guy
  27. HOT ROD DAVE
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    damn ryan, i guess murphys law is folling you real close

    lol

    glad no one was hurt
  28. Some bad luck for sure. Glad everyone is O.K. It's gotta be comforting for all of us here (on the HAMB) to hear this story and know that there is this remarkable sense of "community" among fellow hot rodders that compels them to help out whenever a crisis develops. With all the recent stories about car thefts and related bad news, this goes a long way towards restoring my faith in humanity. Kudos to all who were involved in helping out. This story could have had a much more unhappy ending.......Don.
  29. HOTRODSURFER
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    glad you guys are ok! sucks about the car
  30. 31whitey
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    man...

    glad you and John are O.K.

    good job keeping the situation in control

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