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  1. 57 Corvette ~ Bob
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  2. Lil32
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    bin as seen in West Yellowstone

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  5. As usual I have nothing to offer except for my unwavering respect and admiration for the artistic eye and talent displayed in this thread each week.
     
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  7. Nice start! Later I will post some art I haven't posted before.

    A concept I did for Lynn Bird
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    & a concept for a T project I am collecting parts for
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  9. Good morning. Remembering Tommy from the Jalopy Showdown. R.I.P. 20170216_233244.jpg
     
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    from surrey

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  13. Art { photo }? I built this Deuce roadster over 50 years ago. 20170127_093502.jpg 20170127_093543.jpg
     
  14. Good times at the old drive in theaters. Lots of them!

    Later,
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  15. robber
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  16. Happy Friday fellas !
    This is based on an old sketch I did probably 10 years ago. Part of some t-shirt designs I'm working on.

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  17. A couple of old drawings in honor of a good friend and 57 Chevy fanatic that passed away a couple of weeks ago. The second one (a handmade card) hung on his garage wall for over 20 years.

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    Thoughts your way and to his Family...
     
  19. I've been getting in the Christmas spirit and helping others too, as well!

    This set is in my HAMB auction post pinned to the main board. Helping @john mullen make repairs and getting back to Bonneville in 2021...
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    The rest are customer orders...2 done, 3 to go....
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  20. jnaki
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    Buddy Sampson's "Money Olds Special", the Top Eliminator at the 1957 NHRA Nationals. Although the body looks a little bulky, this dragster (built by Lefty Mudersbach) was well proportioned and ahead of it's time...

    MONEY OLDSMOBILE BUDDY SAMPSON BUILT BY LEFTY MUDERSBACH 1957
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    Hello,

    The title of the newspaper article from 1957 describes the look that this fast race car got when it appeared at the 1957 Nationals. We are all accustomed to seeing the 1960s exploits of lefty Mudersbach in So Cal. But this was before the family took some advice…”Go West, young man…” and arrived to conquer the difficult West Coast drag racing scene with his multiple engine race car.
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    Arizona Republic 1957 Buddy Sampson June 22, 1957
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    “Ultimately, after the many rounds of competition, Buddy Sampson of Phoenix Arizona was declared the Top Eliminator at the 1957 edition of the NHRA Nationals. This was only the third time NHRA had contested a National Championship, and Oklahoma City was the third location in as many years. Yet the facility was a vast improvement over previous venues, and the participation exceeded expectations to such a degree that NHRA had to impose a limit on entries for the first time ever.”

    “The Nationals moved to its third different location in 1957, being contested in Oklahoma City’s spacious State Fairgrounds that featured ample paved pit areas, separate spectator and participant parking, a cafeteria, and more. Despite the newly instituted fuel ban, the event still drew 450 entrants, including Buddy Sampson, who took top honors at the event, which was again held over Labor Day weekend. Sampson drove the 462-inch Olds-powered, aluminum-bodied Money Oldsmobile Special past LeRoy Mackey in the final, clocking a 10.42, low e.t. of the meet, en route to victory.”

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    Jnaki

    “The apple does not fall far from a successful tree…” to paraphrase a famous quote… Lefty Mudersbach had already made a name for himself prior to heading West. When we first saw him, it was with a twin injected SBC motors running in the top gas class, ruining many racers’ Saturday nights.
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    Thanks to Dennis Mudersbach for valuable information and insight for all of us, about his dad, the famous Allen “Lefty” Mudersbach. Yes, that is one of the outstanding Lion's Dragstrip hot dogs, we have all learned to love and devour.
     
  21. Backing Plate Flower!:rolleyes: IMG_7450 (2).JPG
     
  22. In Memory of a good friend. RIP
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  24. ...odds n ends...
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  25. Aggravation in Motion ..... AGGRAVATION IN MOTION Revised 11 2 2020 flt.jpg
     
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