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Event Coverage SEMA 2017 PICS

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by blown240, Nov 5, 2017.

  1. blown240
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  2. DDDenny
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    Good stuff, and I've only looked at page 1.
    Yes, a lot of cars that many HAMB'rs won't admit to liking (at least here).
    I have only been to SEMA one time, the one right after the 9/11/2001 terrorist attack, boy, it was pretty subdued but still an absolute candy store for gearheads.
    I hear the "powers that be" have since toned down the scantily clad little darlings, damn!
     
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  3. The 39 guy
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    Quite a variety! Thanks for posting! Kind of makes you realize how narrow our point of is here on the HAMB. But I like it that way.
     
  4. Thanks for the pics, very interesting. Lots of money spent!
     
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  5. gnichols
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    Good pix. Lots of way strange stuff, but a few nuggets of inspiration. Gary
     
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  6. chevy57dude
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    Thanks for the link, some trad stuff n the mix. You took a lot of photos! I appreciate you showing us what the current goings on are.
    The latest trends just look like somebody's just trying too hard. One upping with wheel diameters and vintage pieces applied to LS engines are the norm now.
     
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  7. BadgeZ28
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    That kept me out of trouble for quite some time. Thanks for the excellent photos.
     
  8. loudbang
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    Nice shots. Posting them was a lot of work.
     
  9. MO_JUNK
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    Wow, thank you for posting
     
  10. low budget
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    low budget
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    Thanks for sharing, Nice to see whats going on in different automotive interest areas.
     
  11. Thanks, there was the usual multiple turbo triple plated door handle candy pearl monster wheeled rides, but some real Hamb cars as well. Lots of walking involved I guess.
     
  12. bob b.
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    a little over the top
     
  13. oldandkrusty
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    Thanks so much for posting. I was there and missed several of the cars you photographed. This year was just packed to the gunnels with cool stuff and I am very glad that you took the time to record a lot of it.
     
  14. blown240
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    You're welcome guys! Glad I could share!
     

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