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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by in the weeds, Apr 15, 2020.

  1. WB69
    Joined: Dec 7, 2008
    Posts: 1,544

    WB69
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    It's been mine for years. Restored an off topic 69 Mustang CJ 428. Initials and year. Just always used it.
     
  2. DDDenny
    Joined: Feb 6, 2015
    Posts: 14,535

    DDDenny
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    from oregon

    I bet you thought I had a stutter!:D
     
  3. hotrodjack33
    Joined: Aug 19, 2019
    Posts: 1,921

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    Holy Crap...I THINK WE HAVE OUR WINNER !!!

    And the trophy goes to @Silverplate for the most Iconic, historically important user-name on the HAMB .
     
  4. I'll bet you say that to all the boys.
     
  5. fastcar1953
    Joined: Oct 23, 2009
    Posts: 2,410

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    I've met Larry and can say without a doubt that's not his ass. :D
     
  6. 56sedandelivery
    Joined: Nov 21, 2006
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    When our little family bought our first computer, and I started fooling around with this "online stuff", and "discovered" there were car related sites, this Willys Coupe on Hotrodders.Com, was immediately one of my favorite cars. I had always been a Tri-Five Chevrolet guy, but this Willys became a dream car to me. It was also a source of information for the GM, single and dual range Hydra-Matics, aka, HYDRO'S. That was a long time ago.
    I am Butch/56sedandelivery.
     
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  7. Well, thanks for helping me out, Jerry. Now they might want to know why you were checking my ass out.
     
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  8. As a over the road trucker for way to many years, my c.b. handle was Grumpy. When I joined the h.a.m.b. 12 years ago, Grumpy was already in use!
     
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  9. williebill
    Joined: Mar 1, 2004
    Posts: 2,691

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    Many people call me asshole. Sometimes to my face. I've worked hard all my life to live up to that. I consider myself a professional.
    But didn't think that was the best choice for a screen name.
    Hence, the other nickname.
     
  10. Flathead Dave
    Joined: Mar 21, 2014
    Posts: 3,182

    Flathead Dave
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    from So. Cal.

    My parent's named me David.
     
  11. ,,,I had this ol Chevy at the time...
    my cars 022.jpg
     
  12. 392
    Joined: Feb 27, 2007
    Posts: 1,199

    392
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    Best mil ever made.
     
  13. the oil soup
    Joined: May 19, 2013
    Posts: 186

    the oil soup
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    from Tucson,AZ

    image.jpeg Mine is a bit cryptic, if you care to figure it out I'll owe you a beer. Here is my truck.
     
  14. Red and white, just like the old Campbell’s soup can.
     
  15. CobraJoe
    Joined: Mar 19, 2018
    Posts: 56

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  16. jimmy six
    Joined: Mar 21, 2006
    Posts: 8,344

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    Not a hamber because he is long passed away, his last name was Russick. He put it on his personal license plate and was instantly a Doctor.. it was assumed to read “Are you sasick”... he always had a laugh about it. I’m sure here his monicker would be RUSSICK!
     
  17. 51504bat
    Joined: May 22, 2010
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    Prone to getting water in the oil from a blown head gasket, crack, or?
     
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  18. IMAG0107.jpg DSC01163.JPG DSC01166.JPG
     
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  19. the oil soup
    Joined: May 19, 2013
    Posts: 186

    the oil soup
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    from Tucson,AZ

    Come on guys you can do a little better than that!
     
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  20. CobraJoe
    Joined: Mar 19, 2018
    Posts: 56

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    ↑ R U a Superintendent by chance?
     
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  21. bigdog
    Joined: Oct 30, 2002
    Posts: 602

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    Mine goes back to my racing days and that old saying, "If you can't run with the bigdog, stay on the porch."
     
  22. alphabet soup
    Joined: Jan 8, 2011
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    When people see my last name...Przybylowicz. Most times they say that looks like the alphabet. A couple of my buddies even call me Gene Alphabet. Then, one night I was making a list of all the different cars (about 18) that gave up parts for my '40 build. My wife walked by and said every letter in the alphabet must be on that list. Just like the soup. And so, Alphabet Soup came to mind. Gene.
     
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  23. My old car when I joined about 20 years ago. 38 chevy 2 dr sedan with a 454. Sold the car about 2 years ago.

    Sent from dumb operator on a smart phone
     
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  24. Pistnbroke
    Joined: Jan 30, 2008
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    I always loved drag racing and once I was able to scrounge enough money to do so I built a 66 Fairlane with a 428 SCJ, it took every penny I could to put it together and was a monster. We went up to Milan Mich for the big Ford race and as I went through the traps it let loose. The piston and rod made a huge hole in the side of the block, I was heart broken my good friend Rich was racing his car with me and provided a tow back to the pits. When he showed up at the end of the track he said what happened? I said piston broke, he said yea I know you are but what happened to the car. We both laughed and it stuck with me for 35 years.
     
  25. Boodlum
    Joined: Dec 19, 2007
    Posts: 353

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    Name of the funniest and hardest working black farm hand that ever worked for us. Boodlum was legendary. Could break any piece of farm equipment he used. Tractors too - kept another black guy named Lawyer working just to fix Boodlum's messes. But Boodlum was a strong guy and worked sunup to sundown and never complained too much. When I was eight years old and put in the fields to learn how to farm Boodlum kept an eye on me - my grandmother told him to.
    Boodlum was a piece of work. Introduced me to local black bootleggers, hobos and others.
    Showed me where to put a couple dollars in an old cast iron stove in the town trash dump and in the morning there would magically appear some beers or cheap red wine. Get a buzz before school started.
    ETA: Our crew of farm hands:
    Napolean - field boss
    Sharp - first photo of me is a baby in his wife Annie's arms
    Boodlum
    Lawyer
    Sylvester
    me - "lil 'yuma" the white boy
    come cotton picking season we hired more seasonal hands
     
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  26. xhotrodder
    Joined: Jul 2, 2009
    Posts: 1,606

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    Short for Extreme Hotrodder
     
  27. T&A Flathead
    Joined: Apr 28, 2007
    Posts: 1,825

    T&A Flathead
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    Well, my name is Tim , my wife’s is Angie, I have a Flathead powered T roadster and an A Tudor, and I like Flatheads and T n A .
     
  28. Hombre
    Joined: Aug 22, 2008
    Posts: 1,048

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    Man trying saying that real fast three times in a row. The one thing you can say about Poles they do have colorful names. Served in the Corps with a Przybylowicz his family was from Lowicz Poland I believe, he was very proud of that.
     
  29. I know a guy with the last name of Alexanderwisz, his nickname was AtoZ
     
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