The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by RAZIN CAIN, Nov 11, 2015.
Awesome Thanks Neil
We were at the Shelby's Hot Rod Get Together in Lexington this past summer in our '33 Pickup. A great event for a great cause.
This truck was bought in 1961 by my dad for $150. Fixed in mid '60's. Added wheels/tires a few yrs back.
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Thanks for posting 41FordVert
December 15th is coming up quick and I know we have a lot of folks here on the HAMB with some sweet Hot Rods & Kustoms.So come on and enter this years Shelby's Hot Rod Roundup HAMB pick...:it's free and some great goodies to come your way
We are a long way from Lexington, but really support you cause and initiative. Thank You. These are some pictures of our Speedster.
Thanks 29 Speedster we want folks all around to enter the Roundup
Mark, thanks for the opportunity to help support a noble cause.
My "Survivor" Ol Blue doing what she does best, traveling the two lane back country roads and looking pretty.
My "beater," never lets me down, pound on the miles, been everywhere, life is better topless . . . roadster.
Mark, I would like to take this opportunity to Thank You for your efforts in your sons cause and for putting this contest on every year. I love the voting procedure and participating in it.. This year I am proud to enter a friend of mines 1930 Ford 2-Door.
Chris is the owner and a Hamber and is away out of province working so with his permission here it is. I think the photos will suffice.
Thank You for posting Adam your a great friend
Thanks for posting this sedan a very Bitchin' car and Thanks for your continued support
Here's my old 29 roadster , thought I'd enter it this year. She's a little rough around the edges and ride like an old wagon but that a blast to drive. Thanks for all the support you give to the hot rod community and all thoughts in need
ford in a ford by carl.p posted Jun 9, 2013 at 11:04 AM
DSC 9154 by carl.p posted Jun 9, 2013 at 11:01 AM
rear shot of my 1933 truck by carl.p posted Feb 1, 2009 at 8:42 AM
45817.jpg by carl.p posted Feb 1, 2009 at 9:01 AM
thought i would make this international i lost my son to suicide ten years ago a day dont go by when i dont think about him well heres my car hope you like it
This was a dream car I wanted as a kid . Seen one of these at the St Louis gateway international raceway mid 70s with my dad. To this date I can see the car in my head but never able to find and pictures of it. Lol the car was green and had super pickle painted on it. Here's a few not so good shots of mine. This has been my 13 year labor of love... With the kids raised it was finally my turn to jump back on this. Well this is the second year on the road and countless miles later. 2 trips to hullabaloo in fact. The body is 90% complete and about to be blown apart to finish and paint this winter ( if time allows) . The interior is lacking quite a bit and hopefully a trip to Shepardsville ( hint hint ) in the near future... The car is a 1953 Ford Anglia with the stock body. The chassis is a tube chassis. There's a blown 400 Chevy that I purchased used but have no idea what's in it . It has run so well over the past 2 yrs.
I hope you all enjoy checking it out and thank you for letting me enter .
Mark I would like to finish this with saying that your strength and endless hours doing this has touch so many. God bless you your family and all that support your cause...
Mike great to see your Roadster on here Thanks
I am so Sorry that you know the pain of losing a child,always here for ya! Thanks for sharing and posting your beautiful pickup
Chris I love your Anglia and I always enjoy seeing it at the Hot Rod Hullabaloo our event wouldn't be the same without it and you.Thank You so much for sharing
We have had some great entries this year lets see some more post on up.You have till midnight on December 15th
Let me see if I can figure out how to do this.
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My deepest condolences for you loss. As a father, i cannot begin to imagine what you've been through. You are honoring his memory well!
Great looking rides being added in the last few days,keep on posting your entries
1941 Mercury 4-door sedan in early custom styling. Original Merc drivetrain, still retains original lacquer paint. Lowered, dual spots, long skirts and Lyons hubcaps
I'd like to support your message with my 1933 Chrysler Imperial. Powered by a supercharged 392 Hemi driving a Dodge 518 AOD transmission and a Dana 60 rear end, its All MOPAR. Your effort to create awareness for suicide prevention is to be applauded. Hopefully you can feel some peace by reaching out to others with this message.
I want to Thank everyone that participated in this years Shelby's Hot Rod Roundup HAMB 2015 Pick.I am so happy that I don't have to vote on or pick these final 4 cars (I have a panel of great guys that loan me their time to make their picks) because for me I want everyone to be picked,but the best thing is that their is next years 2016 Pick.I have also been sharing all the entries on FB.The Roundup is a great way for our non-profit Shelby's Way to increase awareness and grow more advocates for Shelby's Way and all we do.You can visit www.shelbysway.com and see how we help folks not only emotionally,but also financially.
This years picks will be announce in a new thread today.Thank You guys so much and much Love to you all.
My 40 coupe
My 31 rumble seat roadster
Another 56 dodge pickup to the mix... I have known a few who have resorted to suicide... Its a real struggle and thank you for all that you do... Great way to keep his memory alive...
Here is my other ones in the fleet...
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