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Event Coverage Pebble Beach 2011....

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by A32Flathead, Aug 9, 2011.

  1. Irish
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    Some more for you all to enjoy.
     

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  2. Irish
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    New one-off custom '36 Roadster with aluminum top, stretched hood, fenders, pan, deck lid and aircraft interior. Built by the two guys in the other picture above for the gentleman sitting out of the shot. He told me the hood and sides are AL and the grill is also narrowed a bit.
     
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  3. gnichols
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    Digging the 36 VERY much, too. Thanx for posting your pix. Gary
     
  4. Irish
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    More...and one a sweet little red '29 Alfa Romeo 1750 SS Zagato roadster...
     

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  5. rw4951
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    It's a Steve Moal build. Saw it at the McCall's Motorworks party on Wednesday night...pretty impressive metal work.

     
  6. spiderdeville
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    saw le monstre at lime rrock for free lol
     
  7. hasty
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    Thanks for the pictures, Irish.
     
  8. EnglishBob
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    No pics from underneath.
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  9. billys54
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  10. gnichols
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    Love this renewed car and especially the interior... in all of it's fantastic, understated simplicity. Gary
     
  11. gnichols
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    Thanx for the extra pix of the 36. I'm not too fond of the 36's seats, and probably not the smell of that spare tire after a few hours parked in the sun. Gary
     
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  12. sylvian
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    Best of Show - 2011

    Peter Mullin's 1934 Voisin C-25 Aerodyne


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  13. Thanks for the pics!

    Hmmm, I thought that the dash originally had an engine-turned finish?

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  14. It also originally had a different front grille. Apparently it was decided to keep that dash. I think it was a good call as it looks much better than the one it had when first built.
     
  15. Irish
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    No problem hasty! Where else but Monterey would you see a Willys gasser parked next to a Lambo in a car show?
     
  16. A32Flathead
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    There were 22 of the 37 250 GTO's present as well...that was special....this was 6am yesterday...
     

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  17. scootermcrad
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    I would really like to go to this!!

    MORE PICS please!
     
  18. A32Flathead
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    The Edsel Ford.....Ford.....6.15 yesterday morning, just as it arrived on the lawn..
     

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  19. What happened with the Edelbrock Special roadster at RM ? Did it find a new home ?
     
  20. A32Flathead
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    No idea...the news of the $16.39 MILLION Ferrari sale kinda dominated every conversation about the auction... :eek::eek:
     
  21. The production numbers of these things blow my mind.



    Well, you know, times are tough all over.
    What went for that kind of dough?
     
  22. A32Flathead
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  24. Speedrome
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    Dave,

    Was that a play on words?

    Great photos as usual.

    Bart
     
  25. scootermcrad
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    Did any of you per chance got over to the historic races and get some pics??
     
  26. A32Flathead
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    Hahahaha....No....just a lack of sleep after almost 20 hours yesterday...I fixed it...
     
  27. Thanks for the links!
     
  28. Zumo
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    Wow, beautiful car.
     
  29. EnglishBob
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    I'll post a link tomorrow of around 600 pics of most of the auctions,the concours,some local show and shines and Laguna.
     
  30. Sutton Speed
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    Just got back from an amazing week in Monterey where I had the privilege of working Russo & Steele, RM, Concorso Italiano, the historics and of course Pebble on Sunday. It's funny to read some of the good and bad things people have to say about Pebble Beach. Yeah there are alot of rick pricks in attendance but there are also alot of the most knowledgeable down to earth gear heads in the world with the most amazing collection of cars you will EVER see in any one place.

    Couldn't tell you much about Bugattis or Duesenbergs but you can't look at these cars and not appreciate the craftsmanship that goes into each and every one of them. If your a true gearhead, I urge you to make it out to Monterey week at least once in your lifetime, it's an experience you won't forget.
     

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