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History Part 6: Hot Rods In Hawaii

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Ryan, Jul 17, 2019.

  1. Ryan
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    Ryan submitted a new blog post:

    Part 6: Hot Rods In Hawaii

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  2. Stogy
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    Here's an great article to that Hotrod at our friends at Kustomrama...

    https://kustomrama.com/wiki/Robert_Gandall's_1932_Ford

    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...:D

    Is John Figueroa a Hamber?

    Hope all is well, very Blue and the Volcanoes are behaving...;)
     
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  3. Jalopy Joker
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    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
     
  4. 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....
     
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  5. Austinrod
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    Don’t know if this is the same one but also from Hawaii
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  6. Stogy
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    :rolleyes:...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...
     
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  7. HealeyRick
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    Nice shots outside Iolani Palace, home of the last reigning Hawaiian monarchs and Steve McGarrett's office in the original Hawaii Five-0.
     
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  8. Deuce Daddy Don
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    Dick Scritchfield has his 1932 Ford Phaeton in Kona, Hi.for the last 33 years.
     
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