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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Tudorp, Apr 24, 2014.

  1. 4 banger 4 life
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    Great taste she has .... nice pic....
     
  2. Looks like my future home complete with a Model A!

    Posted using Full box of Crayons on the Kitchen Walls App!
     
  3. Model T1
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    Thanks. That's a great old/new picture. It really would be fun to spend some time out there.
     
  4. Hotrodmyk
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  5. arkiehotrods
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    [​IMG]

    Not trying to hijack thread, but here's one in Arkansas, taken with my cell phone
     
  6. bartmcneill
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    Don't see electric lines.........
     
  7. <hr style="color:#e5e5e5; background-color:#e5e5e5" size="1"> Turboroadster posted What does the small sign on the front porch say?

    my take on it

    Trespassers will be shot and survivors shot again
     
  8. Nice! I like the original photo best.
     
  9. wade57
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    Wow. Time stood still right there. Beautiful
     
  10. jcmarz
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    The O.P's daughter snapped a very nice photograph so don't belittle it with details that don't matter.
     
  11. The sealed beam adapters came out in '40, so it could still pass for a 70 year old photo.
     
  12. ss34coupe
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    That is a great photo! You taught your daughter well.
     
  13. The37Kid
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    Great photo, but isn't that a late 1931 Wide Bed with the factory steel roof? Bob
     
  14. Or how about a couple of classic black & white options.
     

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  15. jesse1980
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    Great picture.
     
  16. hellenthal
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  17. SquireDon
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    Here, I tried to make it look "Old".
     

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  18. hotrodderhaag
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    agreed. Thank you for posting. Very nice to see that photo. Sure looks like an easy way of life!
     
  19. Your daughter has the "eye"
     
  20. TomP64
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    This the same 16 year old daughter with the 69 Bug or do you have more?

    Good taste in car scenery, too bad the mountain folk have to bugger up the shots with their newfangled lights and chimneys.:p
     
  21. Tudorp
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    No, it's my oldest. She's 32, married with 2 girls of her own.
     
  22. GregCon
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    Those rocks are sedimentary in nature and could be no more than 50-75 million years old.
     
  23. x28888
     
  24. High5
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    Agree. And aging the photo makes it!
     

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