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Old 09-12-2011, 11:30 AM
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nice drawins !! i tried many times to draw. i just cant do it. i cant sing either. hahaha. verry good stuff !! got any more?
I know what you mean about singing... but I don't let it stop me. I just don't do it in public, since somebody always calls the paramedics! :-)

Yes, I have more. I'll post some later. But I really want to see other enthusiasts drawings too. :-)

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I'm bored. Nothing on TV, and I only have about 100-150 channels! :-(

Here are a few more...
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Lets see what you were doing before the pressures of society influenced your art. Here are a few of my more unusual pieces... just to get the ball rolling. :-)
I always wanted to build the ultimate bad-*** roadster: an Allison-powered Model A
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Would the engine be out front? ...or in the back somewhere? :-) Not too many places it would fit! :-)
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Jay,

Dan here, I like your drawings! I had so many from high school too, I dated a girl in 77, and your not gonna beleive this but, she stole all of my drawings it took me a long time too get over that. I posted a few of my chalk drawings yesterday. I really like your stuff!

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Would the engine be out front? ...or in the back somewhere? :-) Not too many places it would fit! :-)
I would extend the frame and put it up front
Granted, a modern big block would out-perform it for half the price and half the weight, but the visceral (not to mention "dare to be different") appeal of an Allison would be unbeatable

I keep thinking about the old Stroker McGurk cartoon about the dragster getting blown away by what appears to be a stock delivery truck .....
At least it appears that way until they remove the body in the pits to reveal an Allison in the back
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Jay,

Dan here, I like your drawings! I had so many from high school too, I dated a girl in 77, and your not gonna beleive this but, she stole all of my drawings it took me a long time too get over that. I posted a few of my chalk drawings yesterday. I really like your stuff!

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Thanks. I can't even imagine losing all of the old drawings! At least with the net, there is some chance of getting them back. A friend of mine also has them in his computer, so he is another of my "backups". :-)

We seem to share that "art & cars" gene! Like other car genes... there is no cure! :-)
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I would extend the frame and put it up front
Granted, a modern big block would out-perform it for half the price and half the weight, but the visceral (not to mention "dare to be different") appeal of an Allison would be unbeatable
That would be my choice too! I don't have pictures... but a friend here in Tucson built a very long '30s roadster with a big aircraft engine. It has a hood, so it's not THAT obvious... but impressive anyway! I would want it to show! :-)~
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but a friend here in Tucson built a very long '30s roadster with a big aircraft engine.
Can you get pictures? I would love to see that!!

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It has a hood, so it's not THAT obvious... but impressive anyway! I would want it to show! :-)~
I agree, I would want to show that monster off
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No promises, but I'll try to get pictures. :-)
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I lied! It is a '32 Ford pheaton style body.

No pictures, but here is a video. :-) It's got a nice rumble!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UwcuBCRFaic
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Wow! that's so coool!!! My pics loaded finally.
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I lied! It is a '32 Ford pheaton style body.

No pictures, but here is a video. :-) It's got a nice rumble!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UwcuBCRFaic
Very cool
And since my understanding is that a Meteor is basically a Merlin de-tuned for a tank, and thus similar in size and weight to an Allison, it proves that my idea is doable
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That's some neat stuff Jay! You'll have to get in on the contests more often.
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Thanks Junkie. I don't draw much any more, unless it is for a paint concept, or a piece of art going into a paint scheme. I still wonder how I had a broader imagination back then???
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