The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Lowtech, May 5, 2010.
great shots boyz!...looks like a DAMN good party
yeah you have to! I want to do the same, as visiting New Zealand is on my "must do" list!
I dig the color of that nash - wanna do my pickup in that color - rad pics! Oh gas is about 4.85 a gallon here!!
Exceptional photographs. Thanks for posting.
Great photos, thanks for posting them.
Great pics , thanks. You guys are going to love Santa Maria. What surprises me is that there would be a traditional hotrod shop in Ravenswood Germany, yet here in my own city in America, Philadelphia, there are none. I visited Vienna last year and loved it. I couldn't believe how clean the city was ( except for the graffiti) it made me embarressed that my own city is so dirty. The people were all cool, and friendly and almost everyone spoke english. I was worried there would still be a dislike of Americans because of the WW2, but everyone I met was great.
that 28-9 model A coupe used to be mine. but it didn't look that good when i owend it. that car has a lot of history in east TN when it was a 32 ford roadster..
body on the trailer.
here it is when it was a 32 roadster
love the nash.
Chris and Jessica, the owners of Four Aces Rod and Roll shop, are some really cool people.
We met them at the Mooneyes XMas party 2009 (also known as typhooneyes due to the rain this year). I wish we could have been there. Nice looking cars and I bet they threw a great party.
Wow that's cool. Small world! The new owner loves the coupe, I gotta tell him next time that it used to be roadster in its "former life".
Yes they are great! And they stock a lot of cool ACME t-shirts... had to buy one.
power of the hamb! Awesome!
THAT'S MY BOYS KEEPING UP THE (ACES) GREAT PARTY BOB ACEScc so.cal
nice job Chris.
More people shots please !
Chris is a cool dude, hoping to check that shop out one of these days.
AMEN to that!
Those are some sweet rides representing ACES proud!
Thanks for sharing.
Nice pics, but what is the point of blurring the license plates? Anyone driving down the road can see them. A big pixelated box kinda ruins the shot.
You're absolutely right, but some european countries do have very strict laws when it comes to driving a modified car. In some places it's almost impossible to get a modified car 100% street legal... so we have to struggle with that. Blurring the plates is one way to get a little anonymity for the owners of modified cars. Just for the case of some overambitious tech inspector or policeman stumbling across these pics.
The Boys keeping on there toes keep it up!!
You guys coming to the Hayride this year? Be nice to see you.
Nice pictures thanks for taking the time to share and post them.
Yeah it looks a lot like we're gonna come to the Hayride this year! Looking forward to it.
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