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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by jeffd1988, Apr 22, 2017.

  1. Stogy
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    I saw @lonejacklarry's Avitar...:p

    Get well soon and sometimes pre supporting something prior to cutting it anticipating movement sometimes quite violent it may prevent an injury. But we've all had these things happen to varied degrees but yours was a bad one.​
     
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  2. Stogy
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    I saw an opportunity to
    Remember
    Those who have made Sacrifices
    and
    Many
    The Ultimate Sacrifice
    for The Freedom
    I have Enjoyed
    My Whole Life

    Thank You


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    Regards,
    Stogy

     
  3. quick85
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    1947 International.

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  4. chevy57dude
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    1953 Chev, threw phone up and snapped the picture. Kept my distance, didn't want to freak the guy out. IMG_20171111_150549319.jpg
     

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  5. topher5150
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    Saw a 34 Pontiac sedan faded red a lil rusty at Denny's in Grand rapids
     
  6. jnaki
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    upload_2017-11-21_8-5-17.png November
    Hello,

    I was on my computer doing some research and this photo popped up. It is the Tom Mc Ewen/Jerry Bivens AA/FD in the mid 60’s. (Doug Fisher in the blue jacket) But, as I was scrolling down the copied photo page, something happened to the image. I immediately did a screenshot and captured the strange multiple image from my computer, not my camera.

    I have no idea why the image turned into a multiple image. It was kind of a strange time lapse scrolling. Maybe my mouse battery need replacing. Also, the optical bulb could have gotten stuck on the image until the mouse was past the photo.

    Or... the computer wanted to make sure that the original photographer got the credits for a photo?


    Jnaki

    This image kept pestering me all day until I found another one I posted in September of the Grille Photos thread. But, this time, it was an actual photo pasted on a Word Document that did the multiple image. I have been on computers for a long time, but these are not able to be explained by me... It must be one of those computer tricks that is played on you while you use the photo programs.
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  8. LM14
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    from Iowa

    My new chassis on my trailer ready to head home!

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  9. topher5150
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    Saw a yellow early 50s Chevy and Mike Mondrella's 32 Ford coupe telling one last drive
     
  10. Sweet '55 except for the wheels
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  12. tb33anda3rd
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    who thought it was a good idea to cover the car with plastic? i hope they didn't hurt the paint.
     
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  13. jnaki
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    Hey TB,
    It rained a few days ago (yes, it rains in So Cal) and has been very wet in the early morning and evenings, too. But, protecting the leather, I am sure was the whole point. The plastic cover did not stay on during the transport. They needed one of those modern, whole car, Audi covers with the peekaboo windows to be absolutely covered during the whole transport from the ports to wherever.

    Jnaki
     
  14. tb33anda3rd
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    i saw a guy that transported his car with a cover on it. beat the crap out of the paint from the material rubbing as it flapped in the wind.
    its a car, i think i would rather have it rained on.:)
     
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  16. tb33anda3rd
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    NOT Suzanne Somers driving it.
     
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  17. Stogy
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    I think that was just to keep the doors shut...surprised to see such a high ender going open exposed to the elements...
     
  18. topher5150
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    I saw a trip-tone 1955 Packarad Caribbean
     
  19. RMONTY
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  20. aaaaaand this.... Picture 27190.jpg Picture 27191.jpg
     
  21. Schwanke Engines
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    57 F100, working for fixing the Ford problem with a Chevy engine and Trans.

    Sent from my XT1585 using The H.A.M.B. mobile app
     
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  22. little red 50
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    54 Chevy 150
     
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  24. Splitbudaba
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    I was putting an entry in the HAMB, sitting on the couch. Heard a hot car coming down the main road. Looked up and there was a guy in a 23' T Bucket, probably his last run of the season. It was 31 degrees out, but he still had a big smile.
     

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