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  1. j hansen
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    If you liked the outside of the car,,,,,take a look under the hood:) IMG_8118.jpeg IMG_8119.jpeg
     
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  2. Atwater Mike
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    A nerd (NURD, sp.) (
    This guy's a Pharoah member, '56 Pontiac pilot) He was looking over my F100...

    "When ya gonna paint it?"
    Me: "I dunno...12th of never?"
    Pharoah: "Whut color?"
    Me: "Black....."
    Pharoah, visibly excited: "Whut color flames?"
    Me, now annoyed: "Flames??? Why would I want a 'Fire Truck'?"
     
  3. BlueFlames are my favorite

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  4. dserge
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    My flamed 34 formerly owned by my buddy Rich from Washington State (tri-deuce-dicky). I love this car. Its an all Henry steel car. 34 ford flames.jpg 20161214_162042.jpg My 49 Pan. Can you tell I like flames
     
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    I love this thread.
     
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    from NKy

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    My dad's 1940 Ford in 1954.
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    from So Cal

    Sacramento Car Show..

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  19. Stumbled across this in an old film covering the KCTA drags held at the Edna, KS airport in 1954...so cool...
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  20. I did the flames on my old 32 drag racing truck after I put it back on the street. Now owned by Scot Hammon.

    Mick
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  22. Blake 27
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    Look into my FLAMES! HPIM1192-001.JPG
     
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  25. jnaki
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    Hello,

    Ever since I experimented with drawing flames in elementary school, junior high school and in high school, I have tried to make the skill set so I could actually do on one a real hot rod. I tried, but it just looked awful. Then I told myself that I had to practice and get the skills better.

    So, over the years I drew flames on everything from school notebooks, college test books and even on table tops at our local Romano’s Macaroni Grill Restaurant. They encourage customers to draw with crayons on the paper table covering after the waitress does her fancy upside down name in multiple crayons.


    People did stare at what I drew, but I always got a laugh from our granddaughter when another set of flames appeared mysteriously on paper. Grandpa and flames go together like peanut butter and jam. Ha!

    I sent this drawing to our granddaughter on Halloween this past year as a Happy Halloween Card. She had no idea what the car in the drawing was until I explained what it is/was. The color combination fit right into the Halloween theme at her house.

    Jnaki
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    She remembers that I actually drew some flames on her tennis shoes with permanent red marker pens. That got a mean look and gentle scolding from her parents towards me. So, new white shoes were the answer. But, in my drawings, the cars are always a little off, and my flames seem to be getting better on some days.
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    One of my favorite drawings of a Model A Roadster.
     
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  26. I like flames. Here's some my 15 year old son did with a brush, back in '05 for a friend...

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  28. I like flames...

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  29. My son also did these flames on Officer Friendly's ticket book... seriously!

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  30. Willy Lee
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    Flames done in 1991 by Wade Hughs and Bill Roehl 52B50C28-B99D-46D6-ABED-DF5E3150F9E2.jpeg
     

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