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a few HAMB pics from Tulsa

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by squirrel, Jun 16, 2007.

  1. squirrel
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    here are some hopefully drama-free pics from the show at Tulsa this weekend.
     

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  2. BadLuck
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    Damn was really hoping to see some photos of the "buried car"...suprised nobody has posted anything about it yet :D....cool pics...like the 57 Chevy...
     
  3. Keith English
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    Damn what show was this? I am here in Pacola and I didn't know anything about it!
     
  4. Nice to see a pic of "Blueskies" flattie Plymouth.
     

  5. noboD
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    Thanks Squirrel, how about a report on the show. Was it as big a circus as it seemed to be?
     
  6. WZ JUNK
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    The #45 is owned by Chuck Comer of Joplin. Chuck was at Indy last week with the Red 40 Willys "Suicide Ride"

    John
     
  7. classiccruzer
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    Was there a burried car somewhere?
     
  8. 3wLarry
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    The black 32 roadster belongs to my buddy Joel...he's owned it since '56...
     
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  9. squirrel
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    That 32 is great, here are a few more pics of it

    The show here is part of Tulsarama, the Tulsa celebration of the 100th birthday of Oklahoma. They had a Tulsaram in 1957 also, at that time they buried a new Plymouth, with plans to open it this year...which they did...and needless to say there are many 57 plymouth (and other) collectors and gearheads here to watch the goings-on. There were 300-400 cars at the outdoor show yesterday, and another 100 very nice ones at the indoor invitational show. Lots of forward look (56-61) mopars here.
     

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  10. henryj429
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    Anyone have pics of the Plymouth? Even the buriedcar.com site has nothing. The way this was hyped up, you'd expect pictures to be everywhere. What's up?
     
  11. ol'skool29
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    there are MANY pics of the buried car on here, the search feature on this site works just fine, use it once in a while :D
     
  12. andysdeuce
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    The last pic is Tom Culbertson and Naomi from Indy. Thats her '57 Plymouth Tom's leaning against. Hope they had a good time.
     
  13. Tulsa oldskool55
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    I finally saw the Plymouth and what a bummer,it was total rust bucket.I don't guess the city did such a good job packing it.
     
  14. Big Tony
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    Hey Squirrel, you got anymore pics of the #63 sedan or the story behind it... i really dig it. Thanks
     
  15. waynejell
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    I will post some pictures of the buried car later tonight:D
     
  16. publicenemy1925
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    from OKC, OK

    Where is Pacola?
     
  17. A 31 MO FO
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    Thanks for the pic's
     
  18. Gotgas
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    Squirrel, please post up the finned cars when you get a chance. I heard they were phenomenal.

    Thanks-
     

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  19. squirrel
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    I didn't read the story, but here are some pics
     

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  20. squirrel
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    they were, and I didn't get nearly enough pictures, sorry! here are a few
     

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  21. Mr. Mac
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    I know those fine folks,got to talk to them for awhile sat night.
     
  22. Big Tony
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    Thanks Squirrel...awesome job
     
  23. This Chevy is cool. What's with the shifter-looking deal low on the floor?

    Thanks,
    Kurt
     
  24. noboD
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    Thanks Squirrel. I wonder if fins will be the next "gottahave" thing?
     
  25. BigBlockMopar
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    But ofcourse, didn't you know? Everybody wants fins these days... ;)
    Nice show-pics. Thanks for sharing.
     

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  26. blueskies
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    Thanks, my son (8) and I drove our '50 from Idaho to Tulsa and back 3,302 miles round trip. Did parts of route 66 along the way. I'll be posting a photo journal of the trip on my site in the next week or so...

    Pete
     
  27. Crab
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    I noticed the buried car site has a bunch of my pics. I finally got my pics back up where I can leave them for a while.
    http://www.tulsachevys.com/belvedere.html

    The car show was pretty cool and I got to visit with some HAMBers as well.
    CRAB

     
  28. Cool gallery.
    Thanks for sharing it with us.
     

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