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The Story Of Tommy Lee

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Ron Kellogg, Jan 13, 2010.

  1. Ron Kellogg
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    wow.awesome history read.
    thanks
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    nice article, thanks
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    I've always wonder what his story was. the kind of cars he had,you could tell he had something going on. and then nothing. he dissappear and now I know why. thanks Jared
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    outstanding story
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    Great article and photos! thanks for sharing!
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    Great story, thanks
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    Great post....I really like that art deco lakes roadster. Is it still around?


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    Holy smokes, that would make a good movie.

    Rich
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    Thank you Ron for sharing the story. Now we all know.
    And thank you especially for the George DuVall Design Sketch.... priceless.

    Also the photos are really great...

    Thanks


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    I agree, this would make a great movie. Thanks, Ron.
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    Just wondering - is George DuVall that did the design drawing the same guy that designed the fabulous windshield frame?
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    Yes
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    Ron, Thanks so much. Another piece of the puzzle. And Rikster, thanks for the follow up. priceless indeed. Slim
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    Excellent summary Ron. Thanks.

    I think this 1980 SIA Magazine article might compliment the thread.

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    Great story, thanks.
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    Great pictures and story

    thanks for taking the time to post.....

    would love to see more of the lakes roadster

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    Almost embarrassingly, I didn't know this story before I edited it... Mr. Kellogg is a jewel.
  21. Ron Kellogg ... Wow! ... I didn't know even half of that story ... great read ... thanks for sharing.

    Note to self: Always be nice to your rich nephews! :D
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    That's awesome!!! Thank you so much for sharing.
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    Excellent. Eagerly anticipating more. Thanks, Ron.
  24. Ron, Great read...
    Thanks for posting
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    Brother Kellog, A big thank you for this wondeful wealth of information. Indeed a priviledge to have some, "first time seen" here on our humble information Hiway. It just blissed me out. Best Regards, ~Sololobo~
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    The HAMB proves again that even an Old Fart like me can learn something every day. My thanks to Rod Kellogg.
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    Just when you think the H.A.M.B. couldn't get much better, a story like this comes along. Thank you, Mr. Kellogg, for sharing. OUTSTANDING!
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    Great photos, great read... Thank you, Mr. Kellogg!!




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    i absolutely agree.

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