The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by garage2small, Sep 9, 2017.
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You're right, That 32 roadster is just about perfect, Great pictures, Thanks
Thanks for sharing,was there also and couldn't get near top 25. Great pics.
Some of the best weather in years for the SHADES, thanks for sharing the pix, great time, great friends and safe trip coming and going.
Thanks for the great photos of some outstanding cars. You have a good eye for what I like in Hot Rods, Street Rods, or HAMB cars whatever you want to call them. This show has always brought forth some of the best in my mind. Congrats for the coverage of the Shades!!
Thanks for sharing the pics.
Good to see Mark Cain finally finished his coupe,he is a very giving person and his organization Shelby's Way is dedicated to help prevent suicide.
He also gives out a award for his favorite car at the bigger show,Brenda was fortunate to have won A award at the Shades of the Past a few years ago. HRP
Thanks for the pics. Looked like a great show. Some really nice cars.
Thanks for the compliment Mr. Pew, glad you liked my picks. I think a well planned, well built car is pleasing to the eye no matter what category it falls into.
cool shots. did you get a picture of the giant cow?
Sorry no photo of the bovine beauty. That cow is the mascot of Mayfield Dairy Products, I have been seeing it for so long I hardly even notice it. It's stored in the parking lot of their distribution warehouse visible from the interstate, I pass it everyday. At least I think it was the Mayfield cow, like I said I barely noticed.
The cow is visible in the first pic of the second batch of photos.
That's a big ass cow
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This is my 32 Tudor. They are Wheelsmith Artillery wheels painted in the 2-tone. Fronts are 15's, rears are 17's. Further on in the pics is my son's 34 mat black 3w coupe. In back is my red Chevelle. It's for sale.
My thoughts exactly, Great eye for quality and interesting cars. Any coverage of that event that I have seen since it started always shows that it brings out the best of the best or There are some other photographers that think the same way we do.
Ratfink I saw it being towed out of town on a trailer Monday.She was BIG! Bruce.
I'd like to see it pulling in my garage. Maybe then dropping the kids off at school, or taking my grandfather for stroll to some distant golf course, swing by a triple crown race, sip a mint julep and finally maybe check out some tall boats or just a low key tasting a renown vineyard.
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I had a really great experience at this years Shades. My car was selected as a top 25, 1959 Impala. These guys put on a first class show. Thanks to all the Shades staff.
Thanks for the great Photo's ! Mark Cain's coupe looking good.
No 70's muscle cars? No new ZO6's, no Cobras, no Camaros/Mustangs/Cuddas/442s/Roadrunners and the "today's" boomers favorites??
Damn man your a guy after my own heart. Absolutely 2nd your picks 10,000%.
(I'll give ya a break on the '56)
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