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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by 2deuces64, Sep 14, 2019.

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  1. Wush
    Joined: Dec 10, 2005
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    Love em' all. Thanks for taking the time to share the pics with us. ____________ wush
     
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  2. Fusbc
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  3. SbcMike65
    Joined: Nov 26, 2018
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    Great pics. I like others would like to make that trip. Nothing but traditional hot rods, to cool.
     
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  4. straykatkustoms
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    Thanks for sharing your pics
     
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  5. ENUF 41
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    Way to go on all of the pics from everyone
     
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  6. verde742
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    WOW, WOW, So that's where all the old Fords go to gather..

    thanks fer all the great pictures.. more more please...
     
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  7. clem
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    I hope that the OP doesn’t take that as an insult on his photography.

    Great photos, thanks for taking the time to post them.
    Awesome !
    .
     
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  8. j3harleys
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    from colorado

    I didn't see him because i was only there for a couple hrs. But he was there. he has been posting pics.
     
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  9. i.rant
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    Thanks to all for sharing your pics,way cool.:cool:
     
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  10. Kelly Burns
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  11. Kelly Burns
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    C'mon, someone has to have some! Or of the burgundy '33 Roadster!
     
  12. Tim
    Joined: Mar 2, 2001
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    from Raytown Mo

    Yeah Dan was there, as mentioned he has a photo thread started.
     
  13. Tim
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    This roadster? There were a few burgundy roadsters around 809E64EC-1D10-4200-8529-58961D92E5C6.jpeg
     
  14. burl
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    random shots 1.jpg 2.jpg 3.jpg 4.jpg 5.jpg 6.jpg 7.jpg 8.jpg
     
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  15. burl
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    from Minnesota

  16. flatford39
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    Can someone explain the ramp start??? I see pics of cars using it pics of cars not using it. What's it all about??
     
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  17. Jet96
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    The hill is really steep so some of the guys with tall gears use the ramp to save their clutches. Just for an idea of how steep the start is, the ramp is almost level...
     
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  18. Kelly Burns
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    Although that one is very cool, the one I was wondering about had burgandy steel wheels without hub caps.
     
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  19. Tim
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    Ok, didn’t get shots of that one sorry maybe Royboyproductions.com got some in his coverage?
     
  20. Latigo
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    We missed this year but went last year. Plan to do it again as soon as possible. Plan ahead for lodging or a camp site. We had a truck camper but spoke with folks who had great AirB&B lodging in the area. It’s very laid back and focused on fun. Lots to see and do so set aside time to tour and enjoy the Colorado history and breathtaking scenery. Met Dan and other Hambers.
    Just a real fun time.
     
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  21. wandi harry
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    Great photos, it's on my bucket list
     
  22. Tim
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    from Raytown Mo

  23. sodas38
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    Awesome pics Gary, thanks for sharing.
     
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  24. deathrowdave
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    Thanks , great stuff , lots of run here
     
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  25. ...some of the best hot rods on the planet...
     
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  26. eddie1
    Joined: Jul 27, 2006
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    Great pictures! Thanks for sharing them.
     
  27. Slopok
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    I thought this was held in Indiana???:confused:
     
  28. pprather
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  29. Slopok
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    That's the one then, thank you.
     
  30. Ranchero59
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    What a great happing . Bigger every year. Not one bad car there all very cool. Got to love it.
     
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