The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dan Greenberg, Sep 19, 2019.
1932 Ford Cabriolet - Dale Hays
1933 Chrysler with similar age Buick running gear - John and Danni Peterson.
Your usual outstanding photos that ease the pain of not being there, thanks Dan.
You're very welcome David (@i.rant ). I'm glad you are enjoying them.
1926 Ford - Brandon Morrison.
1931 Chevy - Dave Overholt
1929 Ford - Scott Miller
1932 Ford - Gordon Schroeder
You asked us to bare with you, seems that so far no one wants to get naked with you
And I don't blame you one bit! One of these days I will learn to proof read my own posts - that and spell, type, etc.
Thanks @Blue One
1931 Ford Victoria - Larry Jones (@winduptoy )
You’d have to have been there in person lol
As usual, you're givin' me that warm (but not fuzzy), crystal clear feeling!
Much thanks Dan.
You're welcome @Shutter Speed - Thank you!
1930 Ford Model A Roadster Pickup - Jacques Duchone
It really was a stunning car. Thanks @Kelly Burns
1930 Ford - Nick Bazil
Dan, thanks for your continued coverage of the events pertinent to the HAMB.
Do you have Other venues I can enjoy ? Please direct an old man to those.
You are, as always, very welcome @verde742. I am assuming that by other venues, you mean outside the HAMB.. The best place is my own actual photo site which is located at https://pbase.com/dlgphoto. Their is overlap with what I have here and a lot more. 135 galleries on car stuff right now with more added all the time and also pictures of other things. I am also on Facebook too.
Gotta say they never seen you in shorts Dan.lol. Snowman
Nice pictures but seeing all these hot rods crossing over the double yellow lines exiting the corner is rather alarming.
So true Snowman. Most of these guys have seen me in shorts though.
I kept thinking that too as I realized that I was standing in a pretty stupid place if one of them wiped out going around the curve. There was a hill behind me which I should have been a little higher up on.
And that corner is way tighter than it looks when your in an old ford lol. I had to go look at it on google earth after riding threw it lol
As always Dan great pictures. What a great show that is. Thank You.
Dan I have a photo challenge for ya, try to take a bad pic..... Lol!! Thanks for sharing your pics.
Great pics Dan, as usual.
I noticed quite a few OHV engines participating this year.
Great pics as usual Dan. Great meeting you at the Deluxe stop on the reliability run.
You're welcome @Ranchero59, Mick (@straykatkustoms), @ENUF 41, @Blues4U, and @T&A Flathead - thanks a lot for all of your comments. Mick - I am equally good at taking bad pictures. @Blues4U - there are usually a good amount of OHV engines. In theory, anyway, any engine that existed in 1954 or earlier. Not sure how much they enforce that.
1932 Ford - John Swander
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