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Hot Rods Mystery Roadster... photo search

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by OoltewahSpeedShop, Mar 15, 2012.

  1. TexasSpeed
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    I got to look through those pictures at the Revolution. It was quite the patriotic ride back then. :)


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  2. OoltewahSpeedShop
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    It get's no more Patriotic than this.....!
     

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  3. DeepSea Fish
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    Unbelievable.... It's amazing how many great cars are hiding in garages. Glad to see it's back on the road.
     
  4. OoltewahSpeedShop
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    Here's a few more scans. Any other info about the car's history would be very appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Kevin
     

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  5. OoltewahSpeedShop
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    And some pics from the Revolution in Austin, Tx. Just for some contrast. I'd love to be able to find some shots when it was in pearl lavender..... I'll be loading more scans later.
     

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  6. OoltewahSpeedShop
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    Scans...
     

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  7. clubcoupe37
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    This roadster is the real deal! Kevin seriously has good taste and attention to detail with all the cars of his i've seen. good looking roadster,bro.
     
  8. OoltewahSpeedShop
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    Nothing like a Rimshot every now and then.....
     

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  9. Awesome Kev.

    Those scans are great. I'm glad to see your finally shaking loose a little history on the roadster.


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  10. ol fueler
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    A nut down the Carb --Huh?
    I remember when I was selling Nuts and bolts for Premier Autoware in Las Vegas, one of my accounts was the Circus Circus unlimited Hydroplane race boat team. We carried Supertanium bolts , which were the stongest commercially available fasteners. One day I was in their shop looking at some special fasteners they needed for the Rolls Royce Merlin that powered their boat .
    I managed to drop a 1/4 inch nut thru an open intake valve down on top of a piston -- the manifolds were off. We fished the nut out with a magnet , but when the team manager heard about it he made them tear the whole dam thing down to inspect and prove nothing was damaged!!
    I kept selling them hardware , BUT I was NOT allowed in the shop anymore!
     

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