The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by C9, Jul 9, 2008.
The 34' Hotrod.
Oh yea, the door photo is from Raven61' or Robin from KC.
The days of the Polaroid camera's are done! (the newbies are scratching their heads)
Damn Boys and Girls...Great work! Amazing shots!
Great thread ya got going! Keep um coming!
this is a picture of the buried 57 belvedere in tulsa.it was put on display.after it was removed from the"time capsule"
Somebody took this one of my shoebox @ the Kustom Kings show!!
1954 Lincoln Capri 2 Door Hardtop.
I took this picture at Eldorado Dry Lake the same day C9 was there just at different times. Whos knows maybe it was at the same time we just didnt see each other....and yes he is right the dry lake was terrible to do any high speed runs.
Long Road Home -- from Tinmans truck on the way home from the Round up this year, somewhere in west texas where you can almost make out the curve of the earth...
HAHAH damn that was me, not reading the whole quiz before writing my answer. Ok well, heres another try, still tinmans but this one in color cuz i like the way the greens play off each other....
"'66 Chrysler 300. Lost Hills, CA. Stopped on the way to Paso back in '05 becuase it's so desolate and spooky with all those derricks pumping away without a single person or building in sight." -stolen from Tinman himself pg3...
I'll throw one in for shit's n giggles.............
My lame entry.
Looks like the top of the mountain @ Cumberland ............
Here is a pic of my sons homebuilt 1935 Ford pickup
(H.A.M.B. member> Hammered35)
http://s257.photobucket.com/albums/hh215/RetroSteel/slammed 35 Ford Pickup/
I took the picture just down the road at a dairy farm. The bright yellow pickup is in direct contrast to the dull old buildings in the background.
Pickup is powered by a bored & stroked 52 Merc flatty
5 speed S-10 Tranny
Ford 9 inch/4 bar
Mustang 2 front end
this is a great idea. i'll have to dig through my pics for an entry
Here's one for the graff fans....
C9, All-American Hot Rod is a fantastic book! Wish I had time to do this right now.
I'm sure everybody has seen this photo hence the world famous Swindlers used it on their poster (which I never received hint hint...) but here we go one more time. Some familiar hamb cars there.
WOW! There are some GREAT entries here!!!!!!
I dunno...there are some really cool pics on here
Here's one Photofink took,on the way to the Primer Nats,last year. NOT FOR THE CONTEST!
well here are two from me, i know it says 1 pic but its 1 pic of each of my cars the photos have not been touched, only resized down as the originals are 4 times the size of the pics posted. the roadster was meant to be a little fuzzy to give it a sense of age, dont know if it works or not.
this was taken on St Andrews beach in Scotland, about 12 miles from me..
That was one I was considering but I have a bunch no one has seen.
I'll have to dig into my archives and choose one that I like.
See... if only you would have waited till 10:30 for me at the bbq, we could have a some good shots.
Wow, C9, you better have about 100 of those books
This is the best thread ever since I've been here.
Or you could make a new book with all this art here.
Here is my '32 in LB (near the harbor). I snapped this shot with the Queen Mary off in the distance and captured what became one of my favorite pics of my roadster.
I think that's because it brings back memories of cruising PCH.
Sure beats the humid, bug filled Nebraska summertime air!
Wish I did.
Only two prizes going out though.
A reminder, those of you who've posted the HAMB sized thumbnails need to set up the photo on PhotoBucket or similar so it opens at a reasonable size as your post comes up.
Jeez, the choices are getting tough already....
Entering the autocross at GoodGuys Nashville - FREE
Scaring the shit out of the navigator while water splashes out of the beer cooler....
I will probably submit a photo tomorrow but if I was to vote... I'd say this Photo Wins it!!!
How difficult is it to actually read the guidlines that C9 put out?
From his first post on this thread (and I quote) :
"One more example and this one falls into the not acceptable category.
A bit of a bummer in a way since it’s my all-time favorite photo of the 32 running the countryside, but it doesn’t make the cut since the whole car is not shown."
THE WHOLE CAR HAS TO BE SHOWING. As much as I like em, the artsy-fartsy close ups don't fit the bill.
BTW : So Far... My vote goes for the wagon. Perfect contrast.
My wife took this picture of me and my 4 year old son runnin' down the freeway...
Hwy 101, south of King City, on our way to Fathers Day a few weeks back. My brother shot this pic of my rpu out the windshield of his '33 coupe.
By cruzpch at 2008-07-10
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