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09-20-2012 06:15 AM
Job~Rated No better way to haul 'shine than in a hot little pick 'em up truck...

09-14-2012 09:21 AM
dinger
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Originally Posted by lincoln highway jony View Post
The topic this month brings me back to High School Days when A person would Rubber Neck in their mirrors or over their shoulders in search of the law enforcement when hauling brew. Fridays .... Get the rod ready for cruising hitting the strip and finding the best parties. If you wanted to get wild,then leave the steady home and hunt some new talent. Friday night was cruise and party and don"t get caught. And of course take on a few Rat races for bucks between stop lights. Saturdays where Drag races at the strip at noon and cruising with the steady at night, hitting the hot spots and bragging about your races and of course PARTYING.... Sunday was being woke up by the Old Man to go to church.and hoping God would forgive you for the weekend. God I miss those days.
That describes a good weekend for me to a Tee! I tried to come up with a good reason to leave the steady at home about once a month and roll with the buddies, it took a serious reason to escape tho. Sunday morning the old man would grab a handful of toes and squeeze, I'd come up swinging but wide awake and .o.ed. Time to get ready for church. Good memories, thanks for the flashback! Dan
09-12-2012 07:18 AM
StudebakerMatt
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Ahh, yes - those were some good times indeed! Everything seemed so plain and simple back then, innocent compared to today's complicated world.
Amen Brother.
09-11-2012 04:22 PM
brickyardboy Ahh, yes - those were some good times indeed! Everything seemed so plain and simple back then, innocent compared to today's complicated world.
09-11-2012 03:51 PM
lincoln highway jony
Haul-en Brew

The topic this month brings me back to High School Days when A person would Rubber Neck in their mirrors or over their shoulders in search of the law enforcement when hauling brew. Fridays .... Get the rod ready for cruising hitting the strip and finding the best parties. If you wanted to get wild,then leave the steady home and hunt some new talent. Friday night was cruise and party and don"t get caught. And of course take on a few Rat races for bucks between stop lights. Saturdays where Drag races at the strip at noon and cruising with the steady at night, hitting the hot spots and bragging about your races and of course PARTYING.... Sunday was being woke up by the Old Man to go to church.and hoping God would forgive you for the weekend. God I miss those days.
09-11-2012 04:14 AM
brickyardboy
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Holy Cow! it looks like me, if my 36 were a 3 window I'd be there! Cool pics, guys, I got to show this one to my wife. All of you, great work, I love this part of our forum. And it's all ART! no matter the format, don't let the jerks discourage anyone.
LOL. That's a friend of mine and his '36 coupe.
09-11-2012 12:19 AM
dinger
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I'll start it off with this little ditty. It's an old drawing, but seems to fit the bill:
Holy Cow! it looks like me, if my 36 were a 3 window I'd be there! Cool pics, guys, I got to show this one to my wife. All of you, great work, I love this part of our forum. And it's all ART! no matter the format, don't let the jerks discourage anyone.
09-09-2012 10:30 AM
57Corvette Bill, Tom, thank you both, much appreicated ............
09-08-2012 10:02 PM
texastomeh
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Here's a quick try from me ......the man was a black and white photo so I tried my hand at colorizing it.
I don't know nothin' about that there artsy-fartsy stuff, but I does know what I likes - and I likes that a LOT!!!!!

Y'all gittin' my vote!

Tom
09-08-2012 08:34 PM
brickyardboy Excellent Bob! Now that baby could move some shine!
09-08-2012 11:57 AM
57Corvette Here's a quick try from me ......the man was a black and white photo so I tried my hand at colorizing it.

09-08-2012 10:09 AM
57Corvette
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Bill do agree with you on the Pork web sight. Do not mention the word Rat over their or they will hand it to you. Signed Road Artist: Lincoln Highway Johnny.
Nice work Johnny ..........Maybe the HAMB has a problem with me because my website is Rat Rod Studios ........
09-07-2012 06:05 PM
brickyardboy
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Originally Posted by lincoln highway jony View Post
Iowa has a rich history on the art of making some good brew. One such drink is the famous Templeton Rye. Which was and is made around Templeton Iowa.During prohibition the moonshiners had to get smart to hide their goods. Much brew went over the Lincoln Highway. One such town was Carroll Iowa. The story goes that the Cops was checking autos on the west side of town where two main highways came together. The blockade landed much of the Brew. So some on the shiners made a deal with the local funeral parlors. The funeral Parlor was located on the west side of town., so when they moved a body or visit the cemeteries on the east side of town the employees would hide the hooch in the cryps or special cut outs that were carved into tombstones with metal sliding doors. There are still hide outs on the back of the stones today. The 1946 Ford in my Drawing is a real truck I have spotted at central Iowa car shows.
Good drawing, Johnny. Most of these shine haulers had hopped up motors to get down the road faster, and outrun the law. Was it "Thunder road" with Robert Mitchum that featured him in his '50 Ford shine runner?
09-07-2012 05:07 PM
lincoln highway jony
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I couldn't agree more, Bob. It seems like HAMB has a tight little clicky group going there, and if you're not part of it, your art is unimportant, even if it's top notch work. I for one, always looked forward to your work as well as Dan Greenburg's (correct name?) great artistic photography. I really appreciate all forms of art, but post after post of that girl's pinstriping, and the many forms of RatFink, as good as it is, made my eyes glaze over after awhile! I'm hoping that anyone on this site would refrain from criticizing anyone's contribution to the monthly contest, regardless of the medium or technique, and just truly appreciate the effort that was generated. Looking forward, as always, Bob, to your entry this month.......Bill
Bill do agree with you on the Pork web sight. Do not mention the word Rat over their or they will hand it to you. Signed Road Artist: Lincoln Highway Johnny.
09-07-2012 04:55 PM
monster76 I wish i had talent like you guys, sadly aside from stick figures im no picaso...
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