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Event Coverage Hot Rod Barbeque Year 7 - Minnesota

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by koachwerks, Jun 22, 2009.

  1. koachwerks
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    I think you'll be so sick of working on the house that you'll need to come to the BBQ to relax!
     
  2. Ruiner
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    I dunno about that man, ripping this place apart and rebuilding it is a hell of a lot of fun...expensive, but fun...I'm still way behind schedule, but I'm slowly catching up...
     
  3. You're totally gonna be a home-body Johnny, then a shut-in, then a total recluse.
     
  4. koachwerks
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    Three things we all aspire to be.



    Less than two weeks to go folks!
     
  5. percula
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    Friendly Bump:)
     
  6. koachwerks
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    One more week to go!

    Hopefully it warms up a bit.
     
  7. ZZ-IRON
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    Hey Chris 4 Days till the BBQ!

    the Beans will be cookin soon my chairs in the trunk

    Might get Vince down there with his 56 Bird he cooks up some good grub
     
  8. Is this BBQ kid or teen friendly?
    My nieghbor across the street, young guy named Steven, married with a 2 year old named Samantha, brought over the post card. I wondered "is this the same Hot rod BBQ". Sure enough. Small world. He said he works with you.
    I'll be there. Side dish in tow.
    Mark
     
  9. koachwerks
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    ZZ, thanks for recruiting more attendees! Looking forward to those beans too.

    Seesko, yeah, what a small world. Are you the guy with the Merc? Yes, the BBQ is very kid and teen frindly, bring the family with you!

    I sure hope the rain doesn't get us again this year.
     
  10. Guilty. Sounds like fun. :)
     
  11. ZZ-IRON
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    One day & a Wake up to go

    weather sounds good Chris
     
  12. Alienbaby17
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    Wish I could make it but have a conflicting engagement.

    I would really encourage anyone that's 'on-the-fence' about attending this to go. I missed it one year due to my 'social issues'. I've gone the last two years since then and it is always a good time with a great crowd- even with the rain last year. You won't find a better host or a friendlier family.

    Jay
     
  13. Hey Kochwerks Me and the wife will be out with her noodle salad, also my son's girlfriend {Mandy} says she works with you and they are comming also. Nice to meet more local people, can't have too many friends.
     
  14. koachwerks
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    Four-thirteen - it's hard enough to find a job these days, let alone one that will move you to another country. Good score. Good luck with the car search.

    Fullblast - glad to hear you and the family can make it. Looking forward to meeting you. So, are you bringing the truck, Rambler, or MotoGuzzi? Or all three? I just sold my 51 Chevy truck :-( I'm not sure I know a Mandy where I work, but the campus is several hundred people. Guess I'll find out on Satruday.

    Jay - thanks for promoting the BBQ! I owe ya one. Maybe an art swap some day.

    Like ZZ says, just one more day and a wake up!!!


    Chris
     
  15. BBQ and Hot Rods!! It just don't get any more 'Murican then that. I'm looking forward to meeting more Hambers.
     
  16. koachwerks
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  17. ok then which part of 35w will be closed this weekend .. just in case i get lost going the long way thru BEMIDJI FROM ANDOVER
     
  18. TININDN
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    :confused:Just can't decide on whether to bring the '63, the Sporty or the HHR-SS -

    Suggestions?

    Dave
     
  19. koachwerks
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    Paperdog - I'm not sure which part of 35 will be closed. Maybe you should make your way over to hwy 100.

    Dave - Definitely bring the 63. I just can't get enough of that car! It's beautiful.
     
  20. ZZ-IRON
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    63 Poncho or the 61 Ventura has my vote

    I'm going up France to Old Shakopee
     
    Last edited: Jul 24, 2009
  21. koachwerks
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    Rise and shine, it's time for a BBQ! Looking forward to meeting all of you. Drive safely!


    Chris
     
  22. ZZ-IRON
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    Chris another Great time the food was good as always

    goodies brought by everyone Great

    My Cat made it there and just got home the P.S. bracket broke, old weld snapped

    some of the cars at Chris's 7th Annual BBQ
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    63 Catalina 3x2'

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    my 61 Catalina

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    61 Bonneville 3x2's


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    29 Ford sports coupe like my buddy is building for a customer

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    39 Merc coupe

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    Jack's 47 Caddy convertible

    Thanks Chris it was a Great time the 8th Annual is just around the corner
     
    Last edited: Jul 26, 2009
  23. You throw a great Hot Rod BBQ Chris. It was nice to meet you and some of your family. Great food and people and a really cool and diversified cars.
    One of the most unique event I've ever been to.
    Cool Pics ZZ
    Thanks
    Mark
     
  24. koachwerks
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    ZZ - Thanks again for coming out, we had a great time. Thanks for posting the pics.

    Seesko - Thanks for the kind words and I'm glad you enjoyed it. The Merc looked great, thanks for bringing it out.

    All - We had a great time! Thanks to everyone who was able to make it out. We really appreciate the diversity of cars, great food, and friendly atmosphere that you bring to the Hot Rod Barbeque. Another success!

    Thanks,

    Chris
     
  25. TININDN
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    :DThank again "Buddy" - maybe the "Trumpet" will debut next year -

    Yes, ZZ, the beans did rock - nice to meet another Poncho fanatic -

    Great time - great food - great cars!!!

    Dave
     
  26. ZZ-IRON
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    Dave Talk about rock your 63 Catalina does
     

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