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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by dorf, Sep 3, 2014.

  1. dorf
    Joined: Dec 5, 2008
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    what ? no one has posted about the letter in street rodder about the couple who was rescued not once but twice by hambers on there road trip . come on guys it is the only mag left and it is not that bad . kudos to the rescuers .
     
  2. okiedokie
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    Only mag left? Take a look at Rodding USA.
     
  3. alchemy
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    You don't know Bob K? He posted the whole story here as it happened.
     
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  4. Jimbo17
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    Real nice story on some real nice folks helping out other Car Crazy people in trouble.

    Jimbo
     

  5. I don't subscribe to street rodder anymore,it just doesn't trip my trigger.

    But seems I remember Bob posting something about this a while back. HRP
     
  6. Don's Hot Rods
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    I haven't bought one of those in a long time, nor any other magazine for that matter. But nice to hear a good deed got ink.

    Don
     
  7. unklgriz
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    I have the last 2 issues, and not only do they have the letter from Bob in it, there is a great write up about our own Mr. Norwell. Street Rodder has had some references to the HAMB for awhile now.

    Larry
     
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  8. 40fordtudor
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    Yeah---the HAMB got some good "pub" in his article.
     
  9. Kirk Hanning
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    I'd have to say that I'm a bit partial to the current Novenber issue as it has my car on the cover. Yes I'm beyond stoked!
     
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  10. Hamtown Al
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    congratulations on having your car on the cover.
    You are certainly entitled to be beyond stoked!
    Any of us would be, too.
     
  11. SR is NOT "the only mag left. Hot Rod Deluxe is absolutely worth a subscription.
     
  12. okiedokie
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    Yes it is, my favorite and I left it out. Thanks.
     
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  13. frdsuperduty
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    Ok then,can I brag?My 40 was also featured. Cool
     
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  14. Hamtown Al
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    Yep your 40 looked great, too! Go be stoked!!
    Congratulations.
    Al
     
  15. sedan33
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    I"ll second Rodding USA
     
  16. mcmopar
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    I think that there are a lot of post on here about the Highwayman, helping EVERYONE. I think it is great that we all try to help. Thanks to the next guy that helps me.
     
  17. dirty old man
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    I don't get it, I guess. So many HAMBers bad mouth Street Rodder or anything or anybody else that doesn't fit the mold here on HAMB. I say different strokes for different folks myself.
    There are people of enormous power in Washington, D.C. and other places that would like nothing better than to put us all in a Toyota Prius or some other shitbox, and send our iron to the museums and salvage yards. And what do we do???? We sit back and throw rocks and wise ass cracks at other automotive enthusiasts, the Street Rodders, the Tuners and the Rat Rods, etc.
    I say we need to learn to accept that we don't all like the same kind of special interest stuff just like we don't all like the same brand of beer, or the same flavor ice cream.
    And then we need to direct our energies through groups like SEMA and our own HAMB and the hated here NSRA, etc. to make these politicians here in the USA accept that we won't stand for the bull shit they try to put over on us now or in the future.
    Ryan doesn't like politics here and I understand that and understand why, but I don't think he would/will begrudge you the right to, while maintaining a "traditional" outlook here on HAMB, you can accept the fact that others may have a different type of special interest vehicle ionterest, and support their right to their opinion rather than throw rocks at them. SHIT, GROW UP GUYS!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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  18. Very well said my man. Bottom line is we are all car guys, what ever the type of car. Strength in numbers!
     
  19. 340HilbornDuster
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    All the food stores over here removed their car magazines about a month or two ago...?
    Maybe a Hot Rod Mag but that's it...

    And there's one bookstore left on the island - Barns & Nobles...

    Paper : R.I.P!

    Flip side:
    It'll save me a bunch of money each month!

    T
     
  20. Step up and subscribe to HRD and you won't miss an issue.
     
  21. This is one of the more intelligent posts I've seen on this web site. BRAVO!
     
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  22. 40fordtudor
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    Yup--infighting is a surefire method of takeover. Think about it.
     
  23. Shameless self-promotion! LOL!:rolleyes::cool:
     
  24. BamaMav
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    I agree with all the above!
     
  25. i.rant
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    X 2


    Posted using the Full Custom H.A.M.B. App
     
  26. Hamtown Al
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    I hate to pile on but... X 3!!
     
  27. Roger53
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    Very well put I only look for the safety in the builds that aren't my cup of tea .Because of the fact it's going to be on the public roads. Roger
     
  28. joeycarpunk
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    I will buy and read any mag with hands-on useful tech that may pertain to something I'm building or going to build, my turn off for most mags and streetrodder is prone to it is tech based on the product featured which is really just advertising. Car guys in general are a resourceful and helpful group in helping fellow car guys.
     
  29. Is "Traditional Rod and Kulture" still available? I used to find it all the time at our deployed BX's when I'd be deployed. It's been my favorite for a few years.

    I did just acquire 146 old car pubs ranging from a 1953 Rod and Custom to a 1962 Customs Illustrated and a bunch of others I've never heard of. I actually have the first issue of Customs Illustrated. So I've got some real hotrod mags to keep me busy for a while.
     
  30. dirt t
    Joined: Mar 20, 2007
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    I have been a subscriber to R & C Street Rodder for as long as I can remember. Now just SR.
    As most do I read what interests me and ignore the rest.
     

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