The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by HEMI32, Aug 18, 2010.
Will Kalbermatter (hand on engine) and a sleep deprived Jamie (@Jimmy B) Barter on a cellphone call from Oz
@frank morawski & @Rich Venza standing behind the famous #17 Carrillo Roadster
NOTE: That's @Pete Eastwood standing next to the passenger-side door
3rd in Class
@MikeLongley (red shirt) talking to @Ernie Nagamatsu
@MikeLongley (& son) sitting in the car
1st in Class
2nd in Class
@Deuce Bruce Meyer (& Alex Xydias) receive the Dean Batchelor Trophy
Hmmm, there's that snowstorm again. Visiblity is down to zero.
He is just saving posts so that he gets everything in order without guys posting between pictures. They will come with time.
be sure to not post with photobucket or I will not be able to see anything while at work and my home computer got a virus from some bad porn.
Shame on you^^^^
I am glad that pebble beach decided to honor the pioneers of our great hobby/life. The first time they allowed the customs was just a monumental I think.
Thanks for posting!
Thanks for the pix of the Eddie Miller car.........and I guess that Bruce Meyer won again?
Man.. After all those pictures.. My right arm's pretty sore.
Wait, no, not from that.. From right clicking and saving so many pictures.. Shame on you.
Great pictures! Thanks for posting!
Anybody have an idea what color the Miller Streamliner is? Love that color brown!
Very cool, thanks!
Great pictures thanks for posting!
Great set of pictures..............nice to see some are not 'over' restored
thanks for posting
Nicely done ! Thanks for all the effort to put this post together.
Thanks for showing the information for each car - terrific photos.
I missed Pebble for the first time in 25 years, too many family situations to deal with. This really helped ease the pain . Excellent photo essay. Thank you, CARSICK
@sodbuster - In my book, they were all winners ... but the Class U judges (Ken Gross, Don @Rockerhead Montgomery, & David Grant) saw it this way:
1st in Class: 1950 Eddie Miller Streamliner ... owned by Don Ferguson
2nd in Class: 1952 Chet Herbert "Beast III" Streamliner ... owned by Dr. Mark (@mrbhotrod) Brinker
3rd in Class: 1929 Williams Brothers Ford Roadster ... owned by Tom McIntyre
The Dean Batchelor Trophy: 1952 So-Cal Speed Shop Streamliner ... owned by @Deuce Bruce Meyer
Not that I seen them in person at that particular show but I am surprised Carillo's Roadster didn't get on top 3.
Congrats to Rex Rogers for a great job on the Beat III!!!!!
Thanks for taking and posting such a great batch of photos Todd. While Frank and I didn't go out there thinking the Carrillo roadster would win the class, I for one was a bit confused with the judges decision on 2nd and 3rd.
Thanx for the great pix. The cars are just outstanding. Gary
Great pictures of some very important early rides...
Those are all really great cars and I am glad they are seing the light of day again. But please put them back onto the salt or a dragstrip for viewing or heavan forbid running. It was Speedweek and those poor things were stuck with the wine and cheese set in the fog sitting on the grass where little white balls get beat to death. Travesty!
Your photos were really good and I am glad you shared them. The afformentioned thoughts are not in anyway a negative on your abilities, merely an outcrying of sadness as to how great raw things are tamed and made acceptable and judged like poodles.
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