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Event Coverage More Lonestar Roundup pics for the gearheads

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Pax, Apr 22, 2015.

  1. MUNDSTER
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    The chop doesn't hurt either...
     
  2. Pax
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  3. Pax
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  4. Austinrod
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    That's me shaking his hand he was great to talk too
     
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  5. Pax
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  7. aircap
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    I want that '64 Ford..... sweetness!
     
  8. Ranchero59
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    Great pictures Thank you Pax.
     
  9. Acme Speed Shop
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    Very, very nice photos.
     
  10. James Curl
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    To me the 30/31 coupes on 32 frame is one of the most beautiful Hot Rods ever. They just look right in my opinion.
     
  11. swifty
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    Thanks for the pics- for awhile there I thought it was going to be all Improved A coupes plus a couple of 40's. A few 32's did sneak in later on.
     
  12. Thank you for taking the time to post all the great photos..what makes these stand out in my opinion is the way you photographed the cars along with people capturing the real feel of the Round up.

    I especially like the image of interaction between Roy & Austinrod,it's not contrived and shows two men from different generations that have so much in common!

    As my daughter is fond of saying..it does my heart good! :) HRP

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  13. sololobo
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    awesome shots, thanx
     
  14. Pax
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  16. That sure is a nice looking 46 Ford sedan delivery with Jim Smith ,(Hot Rod Garage,,Sand Spgs,Okla) is standing along side of...
     
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  17. low budget
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    Thanks for sharing!
     
  18. Binger
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    I like that Pre-Unit Triumph Bobber! You don't see many early bikes like that. Its like having a pan head or K model Harley these days.
     
  19. catdad49
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    Nice pics, Thanks
     
  20. great pics!! thanks for sharing...
     
  21. Jpeg1971
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  22. i.rant
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    I had forgotten how beautiful the front end on a 59 Buick was, thanks for sharing all your pic's.
     
  23. Buddy Palumbo
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    More great pics from the Roundup , thanks for posting. Maybe someday I'll make a road trip to the show.
     
  24. Hamtown Al
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    PRICELESS!! Absolutely priceless! We should all strive to have this kind of interaction with the fellows who helped cut the trail for us to follow.
    I know I got to meet some really great fellows that I had only read about until I got to the Revival in Baltimore a couple of times. I wouldn't take anything for the time spent with the many fine fellows I met!
    The chance at those kind of almost priceless encounters helped make TRJ's Baltimore Revivals SOOO special.
    Shake an older rodder's hand... you won't regret it and might well come to treasure the fact that you can say, "I shook _________(fill in the blank)'s hand one time."
    In a since, these are priceless times... don't let them pass you bye.

    ATTABOY Pax!
     
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  25. Me like it also boss
     
  26. guthriesmith
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    Great pics! I especially love the ones of Roy! I still remember the first time he showed me his coupe in his barn one time I went up with Sid to an auction. Glad he is getting some recognition for his skills and the car he built so long ago. They don't come any more genuine than Roy!
     
  27. gnichols
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    X99 on the great images / show coverage. Gary
     
  28. Pax
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  29. Pax
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  30. Barrelnose pickup
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    Thanks for the pics,great event!
     
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