The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by JustplainJ, Jun 10, 2012.
Thanks for the pics
Thanks for sharing. Looks like it was a great day to race.
Thanx for some super coll pix. Love that ute and sure a plethera of fine iron and cute ladies out there. Exciting just seeing the pix. ~sololobo~
Wish I could have been there but this cold is still hanging on. Thanks for posting the pix, glad to see everyone else had a good time.
Great shots and thanks for letting us all spectate through your photos...
You captured the essence of a Dry Lakes meet very nicely. Loved your "action" pix!
I did 212 in the morning with new tires - missed a shift, but a good run nevertheless. Then my bud Rick got into the driver's seat and went 207 against a 15mph afternoon head wind and got his "A" license - he was a happy man!
I think the orange Costella-Jacoucci fuel streamliner had top speed of the meet, in the mid-220s.
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Great event photo coverage, thanks.
Great pics. Thanks for posting them.
Im always out there and never see any ladies? Where'd you find em? I'm the ugly guy in the sexy leathers. My bike had its new motor set up to run triple digits, unfortunately my ignition wasnt. After an 1.5 hr wind delay we got in 3 runs and only finished 1 (barely)
Cool, lets plan on it
Was that an early Honda streamliner and was that wood work on the rear end?
Jim was good to see you, look forward to next meet.
Thanks for posting these, very cool.
You happen to know anything about that nice red and black Indian?
The pics dont do it justice, you should hear it. Jill Iverson rides it, I think she runs in the low 100's?
UOTE=johnod;7858756]Thanks for posting these, very cool.
You happen to know anything about that nice red and black Indian?[/QUOTE]
This is what it's all about. These pics are where the rubber meets the road. Awesome.
Great pic's buddy! Wish I could have gone. I'm just in too much pain,and the Dr told me to stay out of the sun. I just slept all day.....
Great pictures Jim, you covered it all, roadsters, coupes , streamliners, pickups, lot of scooters, nice close ups and good look'n ladies........oh ya and me sit'n on my Elco tailgate, taking a break from my "Pre Stage" duties.
I think we had 74 cars and 7 bikes entered.
Next SCTA meet will be July 15th.
How did your sign go over,Craig?
MY CREW IS THE BEST AROUND! Dennis Bassano Jr and Sr, Rod, Nick, Henry, Frank from DEIST oh, and Jack Costella the most amazing designer, builder, fabricator, genius, hero, legend and humble guy (that goes without saying).............facilitated the "Silver Bastard" # 8080 to secure the 750cc sidecar streamliner gas record. Hats off to the crew and all who helped out this weekend. SCTA, thank you for the hard working volunteers and tech inspectors (Matt and others). Thanks Dan Warner for the support.
I am the lucky bastard who gets to be around these great guys who can make things happen.
Thank you for the photos!
Bad Bob......The new Pre Stage signage went over very good, all positive comments from drivers & crew members.
Great pic's. Thanks for posting em. Steve
Thanks for the post....great shots!
thanks everyone for the pos. comments..... I was only filling in for the real hamb photographer Bad Bob who we all know is down with some blown out fingers.....
Craig, new signage looks great!
Thanks for posting these shots. Great coverage.
that's goddamn brilliant!
and regarding the ladies.... i think the wind might have blown in few in from up range because there were way more good lookin' gals than normal... at least that i noticed... but i mean who wouldn't?... just sayin'.
That just made my day!!!!! Thank you for posting those. What cool coverage. I wouldn't care if the wind was blowing 90 mph and it was 150 degrees....I'd just like to go there someday!
Enjoyed the pix! What are the major difference between running here and the salt? As smooth? More convenient? Less salt (ha)? Gary
$100 says you already started engine-turning the plaques!!!! haha...
And a fine job,you did my "Land of the Sand" buddy!!!!
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