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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Ryan, Jul 17, 2019.
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Part 6: Hot Rods In Hawaii
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Here's an great article to that Hotrod at our friends at Kustomrama...
It's actually a little confusing to find pics of that as there are several Hotrods from that era in Hawaii with very similar features but I'm snooping...
Is John Figueroa a Hamber?
Hope all is well, very Blue and the Volcanoes are behaving...
when I was a kid we lived on Oahu, along Kaneohe Bay. Never saw anything as wild as this roadster, that I remember. across the street a High School guy had a '57 Ranchero with a set of vertical '59 Chevy headlights & another guy down the street had a '36 Ford sedan and a Corvair with a serious "dago" (rake) due to huge rear tires. best was my Dad's buddy having a '57 T-Bird and a Tahitian dancer girlfriend - - I know, no pics not real - Aloha
That's OK and all but imagine your Junior and Senior years with no cars,, except for Officers and maintenance crews.
Yup I lived on a Hawaiian Island, the furthest out, Midway Island,, my Father was stationed there on the Navy Base/Island. Two square miles of sand and Goonie Birds and lots of bicycles, no cars, no crusing, no Drive-Ins, no back seats....
Don’t know if this is the same one but also from Hawaii
...when I see shots like that...my thoughts would be the survivor needs to be brought back to that level...
What a Beauty...and the Vintage style Flames is an interesting twist...Perfection on so many levels...
Nice shots outside Iolani Palace, home of the last reigning Hawaiian monarchs and Steve McGarrett's office in the original Hawaii Five-0.
Dick Scritchfield has his 1932 Ford Phaeton in Kona, Hi.for the last 33 years.
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