The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 57 Corvette ~ Bob, Feb 18, 2021.
Ron,...you got any pics of the inside of yer hot rod garage?
One of my home made signs!
Mark the 63 Impala and the 57 Chev bring back fond memories. There was a Red Barn burger joint a block from my house in the 70's. "When the hungries hit when the hungries hit hit the Red Barn" Now mind you if you asked me where my keys are right now I'd be hard pressed to tell you but I can still remember a burger joint jingle from when I was 10 years old.
Oldies but goodies. A couple trophies I made for our towns big car show. These were different years.
Not really Sam. I just have my dads off topic 67 Pontiac Bonneville convertible, and some other old junk in there.
I really liked your two lane black top 55 Chevy, and the rest of them also. Thanks Ron.....
Art is about stepping outside our norm
And practice practice, practice, this one is rough but here goes
That looks great Peter, I would love to try the product!
The logo looks very familiar!
Thanks for this, Dave was one of the best and a huge influence on me...
Jigger, Your welcome. Dave was a great artist. He made this print very personal as two of the cars are mine. I really miss talking with him.
I painted this cartoon tribute of Bill Hines on a candied barrel for the charity auction at the Santa Maria West Coast Kustom's show, a few years back. It was Bill's last show, I was able to meet him and have him autograph it, he loved it! He was hospitalized prior to the show and his grandson said, "The tribute got him motivated to go to WCK"! The barrel raised $3,500! for Alzheimer's Charity, special thanks to Bill "The Lead Slinger" Hines! RIP
The keys are right where you left them last... LOL! I am doing a commission for a fella (Former USAF) and depicts Alfred, in his '57, racing his best friend in his '74 Roadrunner. I dropped the '63 in to make this more HAMB friendly, LOL. The Red Barn was a staple on West Dodge road and one of two big hang outs for the cruisers back in the late 70's early 80's.
Some inspirational pics...
I have never seen a Dr. Pepper cooler so l decided to make my own. I started with a generic cooler and mixed some colors similar to the company logos. Then l lettered a design on both sides. I use this to carry my cleaning supplies if l go to car show.
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I didn’t get a very good response on this years valentine from you, or my wife.lol
So maybe next year I should just Order the Pajama Graham.
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I failed to note the artist when I took these pics.
Great show artists! These are such great examples of "Less is More"
Love your ink drawing Steve! The signs are killer Joe!
Oh Ron, don't feel that way. We all felt the love, and know how much you really care. I'm so sorry we all didn't show more appreciation for your heart-felt Valentines display.
Too late, I already took ya off my Christmas list!!!
I heard that Al Capone was the only one to celebrate it correctly
Beadrolled a panel for my welding cart I made .
Also did a couple of panels for an Al. seat that’s going to be a welding stool.
Another barn photo .
...thanks fer all the "likes:,,,here's some more stuff...
Did you say bus ?
Image by edcodesign posted Jun 22, 2017 at 8:40 AM
Tub on the lawn - ART
Was the 292 an inline six or a v-8? Just hit me it could be either.
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