The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Pufff, Jun 3, 2017.
Looks like it was a great day! Thanks for all of your effort and the fabulous pictures!
Thanks,great pics and lotsa flatheads!
super bunch of pics, thanx!
Thanks for the pics.
@Pufff you da man.... What a great bunch of eye candy that goes. Looks to be a event not to miss. Thanks for your very trained eye.
How was racing with no controller...
Congrats to the bride and groom...
Wow. Thanks for the photos.Snowman
Holy moly, that's a LOT of cars! Can't wait to see the race pix. Thanx, Gary
Hey Pufff....... Thank you very much for the information and the pictures!!!
Thanks for providing coverage of some of the cars of the event!!! You done good!!!!
As always......we'll take more!!!! Thanks again!!!
Puff, Ditto from me!! For a guy who works an "old Digital" you sure make the most of it!! Great eye for subject composition, very good focus, and really nice stuff. All in all, very impressive. Bill
very Cool - Thanks
Thanks! Great photos and a great event here in Colorado. This should be an answer to the post regarding the "traditional fad" being dead.
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Very nice- thanks for sharing
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Thanks Pufff, great coverage. It is so great since I couldn't be there to enjoy the event in person. The really like this early morning shot of the Model A and the T modified getting tuned. I'm biased though since they are my nephews rides.
thanks for the pictures!
See you at the next Colorado Hot Rod hill climb. Hope there even more great cars there in September
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what great coverage!!! Thank you for taking such great photos and all the time to post them. It is something I really want to make it out to and it wasn't in the cards this year, But the Hot Rod Hill climb IS in the cards so I will me making the trek out in September. Thanks again for sharing all these great pics!!
Thanks Puff for all the great photos of this supper event.....Sure wish I could have made it this year.
WOW, Pufff. Fantastic work, thank YOU! Much like my hi school days in Durango, we would drive our cars to Grand Junction for drags all summer late fifties and sixties....sure makes us wonder, could any of those be our old iron?! My chopped/channeled 32 3 window was abandoned in central CO in mid sixties, traded in on 8 new tires, parked and forgotten.
Seeing as I'm here in Indiana, I have no idea where and when the Monte Vista takes place. Also when or where the Hot Rod Hill Climb is. Sooner, rather than later, I want to make a trek to Colorado. How about a schedule and maybe a criteria for going to and maybe even signing up for some of the events. Bill
Great pics! Thanks!
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Thank you so much for taking time to post these beautiful pictures. Bob............
^^^^ Hello Bill ^^^^^ The following links should provide the information you're after.
You'll have to see when they schedule the HR Dirt Drags for 2018, been in early June last 2 years.
Still time for you to register/attend/visit the HR Hill Climb in mid-September in Central City, historic mining town, (mostly a casino town now), in the mountains west of Denver.
Whoopsss.......Pufff has the quicker draw.
Lots of real hotrod! Thanks for posting!!
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Shoffner fer sure....Olds ran good, and a flattie with Latham Blow was in the low tens at 140 good enough for low et some days. Our guys did very well, the Cochran boys, Fred Rector, Scotty Barenschot all fast. I ran a BSA one time and lucky could not get my 3 window deuce up there (I was 16-17-18) with 331 hemi it would go, but ....even back then no way could get thru tech, looked good, built bad. See you there next year, and maybe Hill too, I got there in 2014, what a hoot. Thanx for reply.
Looks like a big turn out! See you at the hil climb
Pufff, thanks for the great pics, I came up with Ron Cooper and his 314 car - in fact that's me standing next to it in the picture. What a great event - and I got to drive.
Thanks for posting the pics
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