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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dan Greenberg, Sep 17, 2017.
As always, your pictures are wonderful....................The people in the pics (spectators, passengers, and drivers) are the icing on the cake!...................Outstanding!
Thanks a lot fordflambe!
You have your own very special way. Thank you.
Thanks very much for that 30tudor. You're very welcome.
Yea, Reo was at the 2014 Hot Rod Hill Climb, he had these photos in a zip lock back, we scattered them across a hood and I took a few shots of them. That was REALLY Cool! T-33 too!
Thanks for shooting and sharing the pics.
Great shots as always.
Looks like a great event.
You're welcome and thanks @Woogeroo. It definitely is a great event.
Very cool effect on that one.
Dan, Great pics, you are my latest hero. good job. thank you.
Since it’s hard to get enough of this car, I’m adding a few shots Dan.
And a couple just because...
I love that one!
Thanks for all those Mark.
Simply outstanding Dan! I love the added "coverage"!!!!
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Thanks @vintagehotrods. Glad you are enjoying it. And thanks again to Mark Ervin for the "added coverage". Despite how this seems to be taking forever, there is still quite a bit more to come. I am juggling this and threads for a few other events and work and life, so I appreciate your patience.
Does anyone by chance know more about this Indian - like what year it is, for instance?
Dan, take your time with the pics, because I have lots of patience since I work on old cars. Your pics are like good sex, the longer it lasts, the better it is!
I believe that is a 1941 Indian 441 Four, known as "The Duesenberg of motorcycles".
Here's a great article about the them and their history in Hemmings Motor news: https://www.hemmings.com/magazine/hmn/2016/04/1941-Indian-441-Four/3749623.html
I'd love to own one instead of my 2001 Indian Chief but they are priced like an original Deuce roadster!
1913 Crane Simplex - and yes, it actually ran up the hill.
Thanks again @vintagehotrods. They actually come out better when I don't rush.
Thanks very much for the info on the Indian. I certainly can believe how expensive they are. That one was super beautiful.
More, more.... but let me share.
Here is your kind of detail photo. I ler'nt from you
No worries Dan. It's worth the wait for me.Snowman
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