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Event Coverage 46th Annual Mountain Moonshine Festival, October 26 & 27, 2013

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by JReece, May 30, 2013.

  1. Come to Mason's Hot Rods toys for the underprivileged next month,,a ton of Big block Ford,,and several SOHC cars,,including a low mileage Thunderbolt.HRP
     
  2. frank spittle
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    Talk about a REAL sleeper. How about this late 40's Ford 4 door with the Cadillac Eldorado engine.
     

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  3. frank spittle
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    No, the Dawsonville Moonshine distillery was within walking distance.
     
  4. frank spittle
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    Or this beautiful Olds powered '40 Deluxe sedan.
     

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    Another favorite of mine was this 427 Ford powered '57 2-door sedan.
     

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  6. RGG
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    Anyone got the contact info for the 53 Chevy wagon all original car that was for sale? I was going to write down the contact number but it was gone when I came back.




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  7. Dwight is a real character,,he also has a killer 32 Ford 3 window. HRP

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  8. Moon Rocket
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    I spotted your car and hung around a little while to say hello, but you were away. I was parked over on the side near the red Diamond T ramp truck with the roadster on the back.
     
  9. speedyb
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    Thanks for the photos
     
  10. frank spittle
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    Here is an engine shot of Dwight Cass's modified Cadillac valve covers. This was necessary to clear the high lift Isky cam. Also, check out the truck radiator. This car is one of the best examples of the ingenuity of moonshiners back in the day. This is the type work Junior Johnson did long before getting into racing.
     

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    There were about a dozen real or tribute '30s race cars there including this Buck Baker '37 Dodge.
     

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  12. I'm sure you were not the only one fooled by this disguised SBC. Still a very nice car...

    Thx for the photos!
     
  13. thunderplex
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    ...welcome to North Alabama/Georgia!!

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  14. frank spittle
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    This is the Dawsonville Moonshine distillery supply car (just kidding). The family of the original moonshiner are doing it legal now. They will probably be making moonshine a long time since he lived to 109. If you showed proof of being 21 you could get a free sample. YUM YUM!!!
     

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    ??? SBC :confused:
     
  16. 59 brook
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    sorry bout that would love to have met you and shared a taste of 'shine lol' from now on when i'm going on a road trip i will share my cell # so people can get a hold of me. i'm not really one to hang around my vehicle as i like to check out all the other rides
     
  17. frank spittle
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    It looked like an early Olds engine. I didn't try to see if someone disguised something other to look like one.
     
  18. whitedawg
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    Hey 59 Brook
    Ran the Dragon and Moonshiners Hwy 28 this past Friday on the way to Goodguys Charlotte
    Looked like your car car pulled off in a little church parking lot...looked good from a distance
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  19. 59 brook
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    aren't those roads awesome? it would have been more fun if my power steering didnt bust 300 miles into the trip but i was still able to have a late model suburban and a new impala pull of the dragon to let me by and a group of baggers who didnt even wanna pass me when they could. right arm was so sore on saturday i could barely lift a cold one but 2100 miles and i'm home and something else on the car to work on
     
  20. raybug
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    first trip down we took five cars down we all went 411 hwy then 53 very nice drive loved all yhe moonshine cars and old race cars that were lined all over the town we will go back next year for sure
     
  21. frank spittle
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    I don't recall ever seeing one of these in this body style. Where would you ever find parts for it.
     

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    Looks like you guys had a great time . . . weather was nice for sure.

    See if I can't make it next year
     
  24. KStewart
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    That was a great car show. Over 400 cars and there were a bunch of 40 Fords. Some with Caddy motors and some with Olds motors. Did see one with a 312 motor. A lot of beef up cars there also. I really did not think my 40 fit in because it pure stock as Henry built it. I hope I can go next year. If it any way possible try to go and have a great time. We sure did.
     

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