The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dan Greenberg, Nov 3, 2015.
..........................................'29 Sport Coupe.
Thanks so much Don. I will have another of it if TRJ does not use it.
One thing about this event, a lot of the cars look really great ( at least to me) in monochrome. Here are a few of those. alternative versions.
I think the interior of the building also lends itself VERY well to the monochrome treatment.
That Nash is beautiful, I did not see it while there so thank you for posting it.
Great Pic's Dan. Good to see you again !
Here's another shot of my 41 Chevy from Dan.
I agree Sancho and the lighting both indoors and out was excellent as well. You're welcome oj. Great seeing you, as always, Jay. I do have a more tricked out version of that photo also coming, Scott.
I know, Dan. I'm patiently waiting
Dan, Any pic's of my 34's ?
Jay - I don't think I got a good one of it this time, but I'll check.
That is a sweet ride.
Outstanding pics as usual Dan, thanks for sharing.
Thanks Tn. Trash and you're welcome. Still tons more to come.
Another thing you (or at least I) don't see often - a 1 ton 1936 Ford Panel
I'm in love.
It was a very nice Nomad, ME.Gasser.
Here is a cool little set of vehicles - a 53 International hauling an awesome 28 A.
Belongs to a friend of mine Sonny Johnson Jr. He inherited it from his father Sonny Johnson Sr. who passed over a year ago. Has alot of history. His father has raced it for years.
Belongs to Al Bateman '41Hemi'. Nice 41 Chevy with a blown early hemi!
Thanks Scott(Scooterville) for the historic and other notes on these. Very much appreciated since I rarely have time to fine that out at the show and often don't know the owners, at least not initially.
As usual Dan, you've created some wonderful images. I look forward to seeing more
Thanks a lot Gerry - there are plenty more to come.
This 312 was absolutely gorgeous! In Bill Baldwin's 40 Ford and built at The Eastcoast Hot Rod Garage. Thanks to William Rattigan who told me that on FaceBook.
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