The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dan Greenberg, May 10, 2018.
Thanks a lot @fordflambe and @jim snow!
Dan,your photos are always topnotch.
Thanks a lot @LOWDUG37! Have a great Memorial Day weekend everyone! I'm sure a lot of you are going to a lot of great car shows.
Really great pic's again Dan and really makes me wish I could have made it this year. Any chance you might go to the Bayou Roundup this year?
Thanks Tom. Actually there is a chance, especially since I did not go to LSRU this year. It all depends on a couple other shows around that same time.
I’m planning To go, have heard its a great show. Hope you can make it.
As always Dan, great pic's!
I will try Tom. Thanks @1947vert
1929 Ford - Jim Tambash( @1stGrumpy )
Thanks Dan, I think that you got this just as Mike and I were leaving. Sorry that we didn't get the chance to visit.
1948 DeSoto - Tim and Janet McLaughlin
Great shooting Dan, Love the black n white pic of Herb's sedan.
Thanks Mick - I did a few alternative versions of that picture.
1930 Ford Model A - Cliff Koehler
1950 Chevy, 1930 Model A - Dick Kroeber
That 30 Coupe is outstanding!
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1935 Ford - Mike Meeker
very Cool - Thanks
stunning work again, Dan, you have always the right eye!
The more I see these pix...the more I want one of each ! Some fabulous machines !
Thanks a bunch @Jalopy Joker. Carsten (@40two) and Jonnie (@Jonnie King )
1946 Pontiac - ??
I probably will not have the chance to post for the next 3 days since I am going to the Hot Rod Dirt Drags. A thread for that will get started early next week. Have a great weekend everyone.
1967 Chevelle - Hart Brothers Racing
Great pics as always Dan! And, it was good seeing you again. Sorry we didn't get to talk more. I hope we get to run into each other again sometime this year.
Stunning photos Dan !
You are the man brother !
Not that makes a big damn at all to anyone but myself, but in the past I've stated that I don't care for skirts, but the 1948 Hudson above has the best design and fitting of them that I've EVER seen!!
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