The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dan Greenberg, Mar 4, 2020.
Wow!! He got lucky with a nice old Patina ride in nice condition! Thats what I was hoping for mine, until I found the mesh/Bondo covered rust!
Great photos Dan! Actually it was myself (Roger Gonzalez), Rudy Morales, and Will Martinez who put this show together.
I am so sorry for that omission Roger. Congrats to you and Rudy as well for such a well done event.
I may have a few more pictures for this thread, but it is pretty much a wrap at this point. Thank you all so much for following along. I aim to start posting next week to catch up on threads for past events which I didn't have the chance to finish before.
Thanks for all pics - they have been a nice diversion from all of the reality going on around us
My first month long rod run!
Totally excellent! Thanks.
Very enjoyable as always. Thanks Dan, your a ray of sunshine, on a wet race track!
You're welcome @Jalopy Joker, Phil (@pprather ), and Jeff (@kiwijeff ). Thanks again.
Dan I really enjoyed the pictures of these cars that we normally don’t get to see, I think there should be a bigger event for this specific type of traditional car. That way more people could go/ bring their traditional rides. or maybe have branches in different states. I get tired of seeing the same old cookie cutter fiberglass street rods that nobody can afford.
Rick( @33Doll ) There are quite a few around. In Colorado, we have two regular events that are great - the Hot Rod Hill Climb and also the Dirt Drags and occasionally some others. Here are some links to some of my threads on those:
I have tons of other threads too from a lot of other great events that mostly feature very traditional cars
Great Shooting Dan! I love this coupe......
Thanks Mick (@straykatkustoms ). I took a lot of pictures of Otis's car and even arranged a photo shoot for it for another magazine photographer who was there.
Thanks for all these Links Dan!
Ahhh, Dan's pix. Finally, a sense of normalcy in the world has returned. Great job as usual, mi amigo!
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