The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 49ratfink, Sep 21, 2010.
Man theres some really nice cars up north.
I caught my 3 year old son touching that chair. I made him go in the bathroom and wash his hands. I told him not to touch things. Boys just don't listen sometimes.
Thanks for the pics brah.
I had a good time Saterday, just wish I had more time to rap to everyone.
Lots of cool rides and great peeps...
Excellent snaps. Thanks for posting them.
I also vote for 3rd from left. Nice traditional.
I am just glad you survived the trip down and could complete a sentence, at all, after that.
Great pics!! That black Rivie is awesome
I think his HAMB handle is TEEP. You should see it and hear it go down the road That thing is bad ass! I was riding with a friend at redbeards run a couple weeks ago and could hear his car over the one I was in a few times. It has one of the best sounding flattys I have ever heard!
Man, the Mazzer powered T, the Legion Spl, and the Tudor A with the Real Rodders wheels were great. Nice metal work on that coupe, too.
I know it needs some Redd Wheels and some F patina
great pictures thanks for posting
i hate stuff like this too but thought you guys should know ... that guys name is matt and he and his friends were up at 5:30 in the morning making sure the show was all set up and they made sure WE had a good time ... as much as i dont like the truck the guy earned the right to have his picture be in any photo thread associated with antioch billitproof .. so next year when he's busting ass to make sure its just as sick, you can let him know how much his truck sucks...
nice pics..thanks for that!!
Thanks for the shot of my car Fink !!! Great coverage of the show.
Good Stuff, very much appreciated ...............THANKS!!!
Great pics Mike, thanks for the good pic of my wagon, sorry I didn't see you at the show.... I passed you on the way down the hill (hwy 4) as we were going home, maybe next year.
From left to right, I say 3, 5, 2 and then 6 in that order. Number 9 can hold the camera.
What's the story on this? Is this a track nose custom or an original race car from back in the day?
Having this picture on the thread -shows the others what the whole show was like
-the guy put a lot of work in this-a lot od different idea's
sledish- your Merc is KILLER. Everything about it is right.
What's the story on this? Is this a track nose custom or an original race car from back in the day?[/QUOTE]
its an old famous race car that some hamber found in a rotting barn and scored it for free.
great pics and looks like a great event. thanks.
Thanks for posting the pics since I couldn't be there!
Wow, thanks man !
I saw you coming up behind me and tried to get a picture of your wagon in the rear view mirror but missed. I'm suprised you remembered my Volvo and knew it was me putting along the freeway.
sorry, I want no turds in my photo threads no matter how cool the owner is.
Some crappy rat rod.
Matt and I started the restoration of the Legion Special after scoring the original shift knob, wheel bearings and rear crossmember at the swapmeet in Turlock in 2008.
Since then we have been searching for original photos of the vintage racer in it's natural environment. After much digging, a few shots surfaced when we purchased some items from the estate of late lakes racer Earl Williams from Haddonfield, Illinois, where the car was originally built. As far as we can tell he had some involvement with the car, but we're not sure how much. In all the shots we have so far it seems to be more in the background.
We'd really love to find some more detailed pics, but we're not sure where else to look. Any help would be appreciated.
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