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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Tom davison, Apr 18, 2015.

  1. Tom davison
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    Damn, the quality of cars at this show is mind blowing,only exceeded by the photos you are posting Tom. The straight on and rear 3/4 shots add to the enjoyment.Thanks again.
     
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    Hilton Hot Rods/Ross Racing Engines
     
  10. Buddy Palumbo
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    I'm liking the gloss scallops on the suede shoebox. Cool touch. Any more pics ... Or did I miss them ?
     
  11. roddin-shack
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    Tom, As per normal your photos are awesome. You take me to shows I can not attend.
    P.S. You don't have to justify what or where you take your photos to anybody, your the man.
    Thanks Again, Larry
     
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    :D Hi tom.Thanks for another excellent thread.
    Good luck.Have fun.Be safe.
    Leo
     
  13. Tom davison
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    That's all I had, I liked that detail so that's all I shot.

    _DSC1793.jpg _DSC1829.jpg DSC_1783.jpg DSC_1995.jpg DSC_2007.jpg
     
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    Its a wicked Y-Block..... Only thing I used from Ford was the block ..timing cover and oil pan.

    When we are done campaigning this new build.......And it goes home with the owner.... go check it out...Its home is Sacramento... Belongs to a friend of mine ....owner of Downtown Ford
     
  15. WOW!!
    I don't think that I have ever seen such a artistic collection of cars, anywhere, by any photographer.
    You have a talent for not only finding the right shot, but the color depth is just phenominal. Thank you for sharing with those of us unfortunates who could not attend. You sure made it inticing for next year.
     
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    Goat, I live in sac so will totally check it out. It's one of my dreams to build a blown Y and stuff it into a Tudor high boy. Nice work! Any videos of it anywhere?
     
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    On my Instagram page theres some of it

    @rossracingengines
     
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    Tom ,your photos are once again amazing.Thanks.
     
  20. Tom davison
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    DSC_1693.jpg DSC_1722.jpg DSC_1795.jpg DSC_2123.jpg Thanks for the nice words, guys.
     
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    Thanks Tom, I almost feel like I am there.. Great job,, all likes !!!
     
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    Is there a place we can enjoy the pictures you took, that you don't feel are HAMB friendly?

    Thanks for all the GREAT pictures, really enjoyed them. many many "likes"
     
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    Tom, we live in the same damn city, how is it we only see each other in different states? Thanks for the AMAZING detail shots of our little A coupe. Can't wait to see "Tom Davison" images of the completed car....soon! Your photography has a no BS feel to it....pure love.
     
  24. Tom davison
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    Thanks for the nice words, Jimmy We'll do lunch next time I'm stateside!
     
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    a beautiful car...but the sunvisor ruins the lines...[​IMG]
     
  27. U-235
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    meant to say, the Nash is a beautiful car, but its' lines are ruined by the sunvisor...
     
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  28. Tom davison
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    I agree. In the '50's, the visor was an add-on "accessory" that customizers mostly stayed away from.
     
  29. Dick Stevens
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    I wouldn't go so far as to say the sunvisor ruined the lines. I think the peaked 55 Chevy type treatment of the front fenders makes the visor fit in to the overall style of the Nash.
     
  30. i.rant
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    The visor doesn't offend me, I think if it was in a smaller scale it would flow better.
     
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