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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Legendary Lars, Jan 28, 2012.

  1. Legendary Lars
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    I spent the day at the Grand National Roadster show in Pamona Ca. today, What an awesome time. So many great cars and cool people. Toured the NHRA museum and learned a few new things to add to my hot rod bag of tricks.

    I had a few favorite cars,


    I love this roadster for me it sits just right.
    <img src="https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-gMsG7pyc92o/TyTC7CT4MSI/AAAAAAAA4wU/yITMhjLX7OY/s640/071.JPG" alt="1932 ford" />


    This car was off the hook with cool factor had E and J headlight sand kinmont brakes, total sleeper in the way back of the show. One of my Favs for sure !
    <img src="https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-rkvMuB6EHLY/TyTDjf1CXDI/AAAAAAAA48g/7LZTgLHArzc/s640/167.JPG" alt="ford" />

    <img src="https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-_omGRidECY0/TyTDAemAldI/AAAAAAAA4xs/eWijxpS3ZB4/s640/082.JPG" alt="ardun ford" />

    Who doesnt love an Ardun Powered ford ?

    Click Here for 150 Pics of bad ass rides at the GNRS 2012
     
  2. PhatCaddy
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    Thanks for posting Lars!!!!!

    B
     
  3. resqd37Zep
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    Great set of pictures. Thanks for posting.
     
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    I've walked by this car now a dozen times or so, over the duration of the show. I love it every time, and have been nudged away for being in one place too long, while I just stare at it:

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    The jury is still out on this "new" style for motorcycles though:

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  7. Outstanding, thank you very much.
     
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    "The jury is still out on this "new" style for motorcycles though:"

    What a sad topic
     
  9. Legendary Lars
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    Agreed

    The show has something for everyone though that's the cool thing about being a gear head
     
  10. That's because of that stupid fuckin Bike Paul Jr built with the 30" wheels,for the Build-off with Jesse...What a JOKE!!! Tall tire is the new,Fat tire...
     
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    We need more pictures of this one,...... yup !, A lot more pictures !!! :D

    [​IMG]
     
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    The jury is still out on this "new" style for motorcycles though:

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    My jury came back. They said it looks like shit.
     
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  21. [QUOTE
    The jury is still out on this "new" style for motorcycles though:

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    That was by far the dumbest looking thing at the show. In order to get a true impression of the absurdity, you have to see the entire bike. The rear wheel is probably an 18" or a 20", which makes the whole thing that much more stupid. Tiny wheel in the rear, huge wheel in the front.
     
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    That was by far the dumbest looking thing at the show. In order to get a true impression of the absurdity, you have to see the entire bike. The rear wheel is probably an 18" or a 20", which makes the whole thing that much more stupid. Tiny wheel in the rear, huge wheel in the front.[/QUOTE]



    when I seen it, I couldn't tell if the fluorescent green was lighted up by something cause it stood out for being in a dark building.
     
  24. Legendary Lars
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    [​IMG]

    these 2 cars really are something special

    [​IMG]
     
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    now we're talkin'
     
  26. Thanks for posting pics.
    They are great!
     
  27. Legendary Lars
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    I missed that
     
  28. Nice Headlights:cool:
     
  29. moparmaddnes
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    What grill is on the maroon '606' coupe? In my eyes the model could loose the tatoo's. Matt
     
  30. silhouette
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    Great pics! Wish I could be there!
     

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