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  1. Jacksmith
    Joined: Sep 24, 2009
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  2. Jacksmith
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  3. Our twins grew up in the back seat of a 40 Ford sedan and a rumble seat in a 39 Ford convertible,not to mention a few rides in the bed of a Model A pickup.

    They spent the first 16 years of their lives hitting shows near and far during the summer months,today they could care less.HRP

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  4. KoolKat-57
    Joined: Feb 22, 2010
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    My Grand Daughter Molly wants to know where the keys are. She's ready to go!
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  5. 062.jpg 053.jpg 006.jpg My two side kicks, They love road trips in the Nomad. That is on Whites Ferry in Md.
     
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  6. sanfordsotherson
    Joined: Mar 21, 2005
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    I love this picture!
    The bandages on the little guy in the back's arm, indicates he actually gets outside and 'plays'.
    A rare thing these days, I'm afraid...
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  7. Corn Fed
    Joined: May 16, 2002
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    He's 13 now and still "plays" hard. And if he gets a cut he's likely to grab a chunk of paper towel and some duct tape because he's too busy in the shop to go into the house for a real bandage.
     
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  8. jeepers00creepers
    Joined: Jun 1, 2011
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    I love these pics! It really warms the heart. My kids love riding in the hot rods but neither are really interested in working on them. All they've ever known is my passion lies in the garage, yet they are both musical theater majors at the local high school for the arts. Lol!
     
  9. dicer2000
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  10. classiccarjack
    Joined: Jun 30, 2009
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  12. woodbutcher
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    :D Looks like the youngsters here are having more fun than the law allows.Keep it up kids.
    Good luck.Have fun.Be safe.
    Leo
     
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  13. I can't seem to get my trans pan to seal, tried 10 times. So I'm having my 10 year old daughter do it....[​IMG]
     
  14. classiccarjack
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    Here is a picture of my youngest in a 1969 Dodge Charger....

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  15. revkev6
    Joined: Jun 13, 2006
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    my boy loves "puzzles" he just took to them at a young age... take something apart and figure out how to put it together.. I started giving him engines to play with at 3 or 4... little one cylinder honda 50's. he could tear down a sohc motor and put it back together on his own... this pic was last month... I dragged home a cracked 59a so we had some fun getting dirty. He's 7 now. 20170116_153000.jpg
     
  16. classiccarjack
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    Here is my oldest in a 1939 1.5 Ton Dodge that we cruise around the pasture for fun.
     
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  17. tb33anda3rd
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    the kids in the neighborhood think i'm cool and always want to help work on the hot rods........
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  18. Dave Mc
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    2 of my Grandkids sitting in My Dad's 31 Roadster 31 Rdstr Kids.jpg
     
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  19. 28TUDOR
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    Cody cleaning under a 65 Elco.
     
  20. Here's my middle daughter (age 6 then, 8 now) really, properly, helping to fit the floors on the Modified. Today she was asking if I had a spare 2CV engine she could strip down and rebuild.

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  21. Here's my granddaughter Savannah wearing her poodle skirt with a pedal car in The Hot Rod Grille Garage. This was our 2016 Christmas card and she was 8 months old when the pic was taken. Hope to take her for rides in the '34 this summer.

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  22. classiccarjack
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    Awwww! What a cute Christmas card!

    Sent from my XT1585 using The H.A.M.B. mobile app
     
  23. raymay
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    Our kids (now in their late 30's and 40's) were all about anything with wheels when they were growing up. Our streetrod builds always involved the entire Family in the design. Our Son now a GM Engineer started at a young age helping take apart donor vehicles for our projects and learned the art of selling leftover parts at the auto flea markets we attended together. Our Daughter was just as involved and a great help when I needed that extra pair of hands and the one I trusted most driving our cars. She and her Husband gave us 3 awesome Grandsons who are equally enthusiastic with anything on wheels.

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  24. spurgeonforge
    Joined: Oct 18, 2013
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    image.jpg image.jpg my oldest of five daughters helped me last week.
     
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  25. spurgeonforge
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    image.jpg The other four playing in the A.
     
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  26. Chavezk21
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    My son used to help when he was younger. At that time he loved helping tear every thing out and apart. When he started playing music and hockey, his passion went there. In hockey he finished out playing at the Junior A tier 2 level, and getting an AS at age 21. He is currently enrolled at chiropractic school, finishing the last of the pre req's and owning it, at age 22. He just never dug the noise and sparks or fumes in the garage. All the things that I loved.
     

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