The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Tom davison, Apr 18, 2015.
Very nice pic's as usual, Thanks Tom your a master.
Great shots as always. Can't wait for more. Thank you for all of us that can't make that great show.
ok...4 1/2 hours is enuff time to sleep. We want more
Thanks for all the great coverage as always Tom!
Thanks for the great pics "3W", nice shot of Pratt 's 40 and the black full gendered 32.....wow!
Larry, I was almost ready to get up in the middle of the night and post just for you.....but I didn't! hahah
We were able to visit Chris Casny's shop on Thursday. Here's a couple of iphone shots of his coupe and then the amazing Roadster!
If anyone gets tired of seeing shots of Lee's Forty, tough!
Great shots, I kept looking for a car in the middle of the flowers.
Great shots as always, Tom!
There's a whole lot going on in this pic of Eric's T...
Awesome pics ! You really captured the essence of each hot rod.
As per usual, Great pictures, and Thank you!
Just a sample of the roadside along every freeway in Austin.
Wow! Thanks Mr. D!
Blake, do you mean the quarter-elliptics on the front end of Eric's T?
I spent yesterday afternoon at the event and it was the best turn out I can remember. I mainly went to pick up some parts at the swap meet and was successful. I stopped at the Acme Speed Shop truck and thanked them for the posts of the pictures from his trip to get there. The cackle fest dragster drew a large crowd and there were probably 500 women of all ages walking around in their best Pin Up costumes. The weather has been mostly rain but it didn't stop the crowd at all. There are a lot of people that think the young people are not interested in old cars but you couldn't tell it from this event.
There's a lot going on with Eric's T, for sure... I've crawled around it a few times to admire the details. Tom's pic, tho, is a good one... the fence separating the T from the dailies... the fellow outside but looking in... what's that fellow thinking...? Lots going on there... Tom's a genius.
Great pics . Thanks for posting .
great pics, thanks for sharing
Glad you made it there Tom.....thanks for the great pictures.....keep them coming!
No rain today! Pardon the iphone shot.
Awesome photos! Thanks for sharing.
OK...who thinks they can identify this car??? No cheating, by people whom where there. Great shot!!
Winner gets a 2015 Groundhog Gala Misfires Support T-shirt. My gift to somebody, smarter than me. PM me your info, if Tom says you are right.
It's unusual to see so many cars I really like! And, even better: no f*%^*ing R@% R*^s either, Ever'one must be protectin' their precious bodily fluids by drinking Branch Water and Bourbon in those parts. The fendered Deuce with the wires seems to have shown on the Jalopy Journal, if memory serves, and it's good to see it's driven. There are a lot beautiful AV8s and Deuces, too; and that gold Forty is super nice. Was the blown T-Bird a Y Block? Unless my eyes deceive me, the Fab T belongs to a HAMBer and was built before our very eyes? Looks righteous in B&W. Mighty fine reportage for those of us who weren't in attendance. Thanks for the hard work and nice images.
Thanks for the pics Mr D.
Always a pleasure to view.
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