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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Tom davison, Jan 22, 2015.
Thanks for the photos! Wow on the paint and detail
How perfect is that maroon 32 3 window, beautiful!!!! Thanks so much for the pictures
Outstanding .... thanks!
Thamks Tom, always great to see your work. Bob
Always such great photographic execution. Wow! Thanks.
Thanks for wetting my appetite for the upcoming weekend! Keep em coming.
Great pictures Tom. Thank you and I look forward to seeing more!
Anyone see a wild little t bucket with the. America T. Rex painted on it? It's got a injected blown flathead. Just wondering. It's a buddies car and he just got it done for the show.
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Thanks Tom! Will enjoy the show with your Great pictures, can't make it this year.
Yes, thanks for the great pics.
Is the green no.13 car the original Hot Rod magazine Oct 59 cover car?
No it is a recreation started by Hollywood Hot Rods and finished by Dave Shuten.
Tom, thanks from Australia. May see U at LARS this year, plane tickets paid for
Yes, it's there, talked to him tonight. Took pics but it will be a while before I get to that one.
Tom as usual your pictures are fantastic. Thanks so much. Looking forward to more.
beautiful shots, thanks Tom
Quite a treat, to be transported to this show! Thanks so much Mr. D!
Great shots as always THX
That's a real beauty....
Always the most awesome pictures!
Gonna be a good weekend looking through all your pictures Tom, thanks much.
Tell me, does Blackie Gegeian still make the scene down there or his roadster anyway?
I was out there last week, all the way from Wyo, and knew GNRS was coming. Thanks for taking these pictures and sharing for us dummies who missed it.
Great Pictures Keep it comeing!!
Thanks for taking the time to post the pics. Need more though.
Thank you!!!.....Always love your Photos.
Thanks for the great pictures. Next best thing to being there.
Tom,your shots are always so spot on.Any shots of the front of that Willys pickup by chance?
Keep an eye out for the boys from South City Rod and Custom/Compani Color, they just thrashed to get the real deal Pierson Brothers '36 3 window coupe and a faithful clone of the Bill Breece '32 circa 1955 done in time to make it to So Cal. Both cars are dead on the money. The reason for the clone is that the original was redone by Breece at a later point which included sectioning and a total different look, it still exists today.
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