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Event Coverage **SEMA 2011 Photos --- Live Coverage!**

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Malcolm, Nov 2, 2011.

  1. Boones
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    Bomber, I agree, we just do not get the concept cars at the Seattle Auto Show...
     
  2. richie rebel
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    great pics nick,thanks for sharing........
     
  3. Roadagent2
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    Great pics....keep em coming!
     
  4. love em thanks try wipin your lens a little bit great as they are tho
     
  5. krome
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  6. Malcolm
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  7. Boones -

    Nick is correct ... it's the latest "Derelict" from the guys @ ICON:

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    click thumbnails to read the autoblog articles about it


    EDIT: I see now that there's already a HAMB thread about it: ICON Derelict.
     
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  8. Jimmy Tee
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  9. Jalopy Joker
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    the "Orange Deuce Coupe" is Phil Becker's and it is a custom-mix DuPont Chroma Premier single-stage butterscotch - find more info in January 2012 issue of Street Rodder magazine
     
  10. Church
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    Awesome stuff Nick.
     
  11. hotrod40coupe
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    Great pics however, I think this was my favorite...


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  12. toads29
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    The "Orange" more like Mustard/Butterscotch color 32 is my Dad's car. Built by Dave Lane. His name is Phil Becker from Dwight, Illinois

    Here is a run down on some of the goodies...

    • Hood is pied at the beltline 3/8" in front and the grille shell is dropped slightly
    • Stock gas tank and spreader are curved to match the back of the body. with fabricated aprons to match.
    • 1932 license place with 2 letters cut out to make it a little less wide.
    • brake enclosers to make the front discs look like juice brakes.
    • The shifter is the Cowl Vent handle the cowl vent is actually on an electric motor.
    • And there is a ton more check out Dave Lanes website http://fastlanerodshop.com
    Here are a couple pics the first one does the color better justice

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    It is also true Phil and Dave are about the nicest guys you could ever meet.
     

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  13. Malcolm
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    19" Wheel/tire from Coker

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  14. cretin
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    '63 Comet.
     
  15. Malcolm
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  16. NTAPHSE
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    Nice documentation Malcolm! I was there on Tuesday and Wednesday, and I feel like I saw about half of what you took pics of. It's so hard to take everything in because there is so much going on. Wish we could have gotten together, but I was there to work not play. Maybe next year I can plan ahead and meet more HAMBers.
     
  17. cool37
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    Nice picts ! Thanks for sharing!
     
  18. sodbuster
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    Thanks for the pix........I like how you snuck a 'van' shot & a bike on the HAMB.......I was wondering about your transport vehicle from seeing it on FB........VERY Cool!!!!

    Chris
     
  19. billys54
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  20. 34Fordtk
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    Great pics!!
    Anyone have any info on this Honda CB836 Cafe??
     

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  21. Lobucrod
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    I'll throw in some more pics of cars in addition to the ones already pictured that I thing deserves some honerable mention. Sorry if I add any dupes. Also you can see all the pics I took here.
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  22. Just to add to the festivities, I was there this week. There are more than 700 pictures here:

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    I had a great time. Saw a lot of great stuff. Saw a lot of really bad stuff, too, but mostly great stuff. :)
     
  23. Thanks for the awesome pictures! That 27 roadster is so sick!
     
  24. Proto38
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  25. rover
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    the 58 el camino was the best car pictured. they built a car that was neve built and built it well. thats a car no one has ever seen. sofa king cool!
     
  26. Malcolm
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    It would've been awesome to see the cars leave! We had to head home on Friday morning, though.
    I don't gamble, so didn't spend a dime in the casinos :)


    Would have been really nice to meet you. Sorry I didn't get a chance to. We weren't at SEMA on Friday; had to head back home.
    Thanks for the great photos! A million times better than my cell phone pics :)


    Would've been cool to finally meet you! Maybe next year...


    I think my friend, Andy (cal1954 on here) knew who the builder of that bike was. He may be able to add a little info.



    Thanks for the extra photos!


    Thanks for the photos!
     
  27. studeboy
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    This was built by Bryan (sp?) Fuller and featured on tv show Cafe Racer. He also did one for himself on Two Guys Garage that is insane.
     
  28. redlinetoys
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    Fantastic guys! Thanks so much for sharing. Every year I want to go to SEMA and it never quite works out!
     
  29. BobbyD
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    Great pic's, thanks for sharing....
     
  30. harley man
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    All I can say is NICE. Thank you.
     

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