The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by tb33anda3rd, Nov 10, 2019.
just wanted to share a bunch of Hamb friendly photos from this years S.E.M.A. show.
a very nice tribute build!
one of the greats!
and a REAL American hero Kirstie Ennis, representing Leer caps.
Thank you for sharing. I’ve been watching some videos on YouTube, and all they are showing are trucks and Supras.
I took over 600 photos, these are the only ones I can post here. lot's of really cool stuff. we walked the show 3 days and did not see the whole thing.
Was the golden sahara completely restored? If so that was quick! Larry
looked great to me
Thanks for the pics.
Thanks for posting the photos TB, like someone said most of the coverage is stuff I'm not remotely interested in. Good shots.
some of the vendors there had tools/supplies/ parts that could be used on a traditional build. all the metal shaping tool suppliers were there. I had to mail back a box of literature I gathered, when it gets here I will share the contact info of some of the topical suppliers.
Thanks for sharing your pics.
I did the show some years back and I'm still recovering from all the walking and sight seeing. Thanks for reminding me and the great pics!
Good stuff. Thanks for the photos. Snowman
Went last year and having withdrawal looking at your pics!
Thanx for Photo posts.
Because it is Veterans Day, I hope it is ok to post this photo again and tell a little bit about Kirstie. she is a retired marine sergeant, who served two tours in Afganistan as a helicopter gunner. she lost her leg when the chopper crashed and she went through hundreds of surgeries. after recovery she took up snowboarding, rock climbing, mountaineering and swimming. her goal is to climb the highest peak on each continent.......she just came back from climbing mt Everest. she came short of the peak by 200 feet and had to turn back because of bad weather.
I also got the chance to sit down and have a beer with @iwanaflattie .
best beer of the 2019!!!
Thanks for taking photos and posting them here!
It is too Me as well...Custom Royalty Bigtime...you are very fortunate 33.
It would be kinda nice to have a Lady in Gold to Kinda push the Ole Sahara Right into the Arches of Jetson...
I like Customs and that achieves a journey into another time...they did an awesome Restoration...then there's Kookie...that really is a pretty darn Happy Ending...the other versions had merit too.
Built by a very passionate gentleman, Martin Bennett, (and wife Marion) from Cambridge New Zealand, and shipped half way across the world, definitely something unique.
Original builder of the original uncertainty, Steve Scott has a Facebook page on original car and a video of this one.
It was a pleasure to meet you Ted,It was nice to put a face to one of funniest and super talented guy on this forum,I hope we can do it again in the near future.
Sounds like you had fun. I went a few years ago and it is overwhelming to say the least.
Thanks for the pictures!
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