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Event Coverage Gnrs 2014

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Tom davison, Jan 23, 2014.

  1. Lee Pratt's Nomad, built in Des Moines circa 1967. Cool to see it with the vintage Polk County license plate.

     
  2. Tom davison
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    Tom davison
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  3. 40StudeDude
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    Where's the rest of that green '59 Chevy...??? Like to see it in one of your great photos...Thanx Tom, appreciate ALL the photos...

    R-
     
  4. As always Tom your photo's are always very much anticipated.

    thank you for the tour through your lens. HRP
     
  5. nice pictures......
     
  6. Pewsplace
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    Great photos. I was at the show and really enjoyed the cars this year.
     
  7. Flat-Foot
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    What a killer shot!
     
  8. willysguy
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    Great photos as usual, thanks Tom.....Any more of the Prufer cars?
     
  9. 327-365hp
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    Thanks for the great pics Tom, looking forward to many more. I sure would like to be walking around the outside show today instead of freezing my ass off, in the house!

    I am totally digging this track roadster, anyone got details?

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  10. Im pretty sure this one was there last year as well. It had 5 spokes then.

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    Lars
     
  11. straykatkustoms
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    I agree with Roger I need to see more pictures of the '59.... Koolest Kustom that I've seen yet. Thanks for posting the pics Tom.
     
  12. BCR
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    Thanks for posting.
     
  13. Chopt 34
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    Hollywood Hot Rods built it. Jim told me it came from anither shop, but they chopped it.

     
  14. Woody Lee roadster
    http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=641631&showall=1

     
  15. BONNEVILLE BOB 95
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    Great pics! Not a dud in the bunch.
     
  16. draider
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    Did you get a shot of the front of this sedan?
     
  17. woodz
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    ^^^^^X2^^^^^^
    That thing looks great, would love to see a front shot if you have it. I love these sedans.
    Thanks for posting all these pics for the rest of us stuck out of reach of this kick ass show.
     
  18. Thank You for posting these pics, it is very much appreciated!
    later,
    firstnomad
     
  19. Jay Tyrrell
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    What a great show! I would love to go one day!
    Jay
     
  20. unkledaddy
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    Enjoying the heck out of your pictures Tom..............thanks.
     
  21. Thanks for posting...Great Shots!
     
  22. 1badbaker
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    Thanks for posting, very good pictures
     
  23. chopnweld
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    Great pics Tom. Sorry I missed you; had to get back to NorCal this morning. That was quite a show!
     
  24. Mr48chev
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    A great batch of photos as we can always expect from you, thanks for sharing.
     
  25. Tom davison
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    I do have a front view. It's a '38. It may be a while before I get to it, but be patient, I'll get it on. I have a lot of
     
  26. 296ardun
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    X3! We did not always have the money to finish our cars to Hot Rod standards, but rust? Never! We at least tried to make them look as good as we could afford.
     
  27. 296ardun
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    Great bunch of photos, thanks for taking the time to post them...haven't been since '66 when it was in Oakland...some really great cars this time.
     
  28. HellsHotRods
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    WRONG !!! I know the owner and builders. This is an original Henry Ford body and original frame. There is not a single reproduction part on the car. Everything on the car is pre 1948. Not an easy car to build. The distributor, coils and wires are super rare as is the intake manifold. Even the headlights are an oddball size, super rare, have a two light reflector. SW tach drive, pre war velocity stacks, etc etc
    Do a complete study of the car before you make a stupid judgement.


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  29. Thanks for the great photos. It must be nice to be there without the crowds. Sometimes I would have to wait for five or six minutes to get a clear shot of a car. It sure was crowded today.
     
  30. Tom davison
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    Tom Branch's Perfect Deuce.

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    Although distorted, this shot through my way-wide fisheye lens illustrates the engineering and complexity of modern land speed cars, shown this year as the Special Exhibit.

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