The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dan Greenberg, Oct 24, 2018.
great pictures you took my friend.. And we had a blast with you and Mr.Tom..
All of us unfortunates enjoy your shots. You always have something for everyone.
Thanks Randy (@no limits) - I definitely have at least one decent one of your T coming in the next day or so - hopefully by tonight. You're welcome and thanks @48fordnut
1931 Ford - Luke and Telesa(sp?) Connor
A perfect example of what we're talking about. But, like I said, different strokes for different folks. Who am I to criticize. The owner is the only one he has to satisfy, although one wud think with something that beautiful that he'd like to get as much exposure as possible. Well, we can depend on you, Dan, to keep the good stuff coming and satisfying the HAMB community. A tip of the cap to you for all your efforts. I know how hard you work at it and it is greatly appreciated by many!!!
Thanks Wayne. Wheels or not, I would love to own that one.
And here is the one I promised of yours Randy (@no limits)
1927 Ford - Randy Lory
Very cool Mr.Dan great shot of it... That two hr ride home like to kill me.. The road back home was even worst then going.. I did make the trip back home on 13 Gallons of fuel.. That wasn't bad at all... My wife loves the shot as well.. The grass was wet when we came in that morning that's why we had so much grass on the tires, all good it's a driver...
Glad you liked it Randy. Next time, hopefully there will be time and place to pose it and do it right, including cleaning the tires.
1960 El Camino - Cody Stoute (sp?)
another pic for Randy @no limits
Thanks for that contribution @cajunfirehawk. I was hanging out with Randy a bunch that day and never even looked inside.
The above Model A is built by a young man (Jonathon Bishop)that is second generation hot rodder. He grew in the back seat of his dads rides. He has no Facebook account and did everything on this car. The car is not perfect but is driven a lot. The future of hot rods is in good hands.
Excellent Photos ...Thanks
Thanks Gary (@1956 F100) for the notes on Jonathan and his Model A. I loved what that car looked like.
You're welcom @bradshaw - Thanks.
Too bad a '34 wasn't parked right there, although I love this car and am glad I found it there.
1932 Ford Panel Truck - James ??
Wayne Moncla's 32
Great pictures, thank you for sharing them!
Dan, Thanks so much for your photo review of the roundup. I wanted to attend this year but didn't make it but your great photo's took me there. Great job!
You're very welcome @Straight Axle Guy and @31 steve - thanks for your comments. I am not done with this yet - just have been very busy the last few days.
1929 Nash - J. P. Lott?
Now THAT is a Brothel Kreeper!!!!
I'm in love!!
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Brothel Keeper is a cool term that I never heard before. Thanks @Mark in Japan
1954 Chevy COE - Whitey & Leslie Toney(?)
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