The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dan Greenberg, Apr 10, 2016.
Thanks for posting.....your photography skills are great!
Thanks a bunch 32STUPRES!
I wasn't exactly sure what this really was, but I thought it was cool and pretty well done.
^ I may be wrong, but that body appears to have been built from a '73-'79 Ford truck cab.
Thanks Sancho - I'm pretty sure you are right about that.
Yep, that's what it started out as. I asked the owner.
Holy shit I made the cut! Man you made my day. Have been drooling over your pictures.. Too cool.
Thanks blackout786666. Actually I took photos of your ride numerous times. It is a great car and it was parked in a great place.. Glad you liked the result.
Thanks Dan , I've never been able to make the show , so it's always great to see your pics . Keep up the great work.
You're welcome no stinkin windows and thanks. I just want to say not to count on seeing everything good that was there on my thread. I usually confine myself to cars I either haven't seen before, haven't photographed before or that I may not have not done a decent shot of in the past. For instance, all the Hilton A's were there, but except for the new one, I did not make much effort to photograph this year. Last year I got really excellent shots of them and this year they were in a place where if photographed, would not have been able to beat my previous efforts. They are well represented in my last year's thread.
Really like the faded out look on this one. Works well with the car's color.
Or lack there of.....
Just when I think I've seen your best, you post even more cool stuff Dan. Sometimes or should I say I'm always amazed at the cleanliness of your shots! Joe
I agree with you louisb and Sancho - cars like this lend themselves to all sorts of cool treatments. Thanks again oldsjoe - the images don't necessarily get posted in order of what I think the quality of them is, just how hard they are to do and when I get a chance to do what I want to them.
Here is one that looked decent in color, but this primer gray '40 Ford and B&W 57 Ford police car looked much cooler to me in B&W.
yeah that is sweet in B&W.
Thanks again Louis
If anyone knows this specific truck, I would love to know what year it is. I know it is between 47 and 53. Thanks.
absolutely beautiful photos! thanks for continuing to post Dan...
Thx for the great pics... Its like reliving that weekend again...
Your welcome olskoolrodder and Arabie777. Thanks for the positive feedback and thanks for continuing to check in. I still have a lot of pictures to work through.
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