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10-27-2014 08:31 PM
John long [quote=Too Many Projects;2710785]
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I went to the Sonic Cruise In tonight and had a good time but the numbers were down. Evidently the others knew the bottom was going to fall out of the sky. I found out tonight why very few roadsters were sold in 1936. Window cranks would have been wonderful.




You do realize your posting this pic was a big influence on me to start looking at '66 Chevelles again, resulting in the newest acquisition...





THANK YOU....
It is always a treat fo me to help my friends spend their money. You are truly welcome.

John
10-27-2014 08:26 PM
jeremy bilbrey continuation of the sonic cruise in, chattanooga,tn

John, the black and white shot of our cars is my fav so far...your '36 looks amazing in this pic, just a cool shot. It is always a good time at the Sonic.
10-27-2014 08:10 PM
Too Many Projects [QUOTE=John long;2620889]

I went to the Sonic Cruise In tonight and had a good time but the numbers were down. Evidently the others knew the bottom was going to fall out of the sky. I found out tonight why very few roadsters were sold in 1936. Window cranks would have been wonderful.




You do realize your posting this pic was a big influence on me to start looking at '66 Chevelles again, resulting in the newest acquisition...





THANK YOU....
10-27-2014 07:43 PM
John long What a perfect night. It got up into the low 80's today There was a great turn out at the Sonic for the last cruise before daylight savings time goes away. it was just one of those nights when you could tell everyone was just glad to be out and have a chance to hang out together.

One of the neat things about the Sonic is everyone mingles and visits. You don't see a bunch of people sitting in front of their cars or trying to feed their egos. Just hangin around enjoying the conversation.

It was a good night.

John





09-30-2014 06:54 PM
John long Just a couple more of Goodletsville, Tn

John







09-30-2014 06:49 PM
John long We had such a good time at Hendersonville on Friday, we took off for Goodletsville's cruise Saturday and again, just had a great night.

John
















09-30-2014 06:39 PM
John long Barb and I went to Nashville for the weekend and my son in law, Tim took us all to the Hendersonville, Tn cruise in Friday night. We had a really good time.

I did take a few pictures before It got dark.













And of course, Tim's 39 Chevy

09-21-2014 05:18 PM
John long
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Originally Posted by TucsonJay View Post
This batch includes a pro street Challenger with wheelie bars.
That mysterious fastback sedan is a late-thirties Lincoln!
The black roadster pickup belongs to a friend, and it is looking for a new home. :-)
Lastly, the Challenger featured a big-block wedge with tunnel ram!

A nice show!
Good stuff Jay, Thanks.

My first car at 15 was a '49 Morris Minor with a 37 Ford Av8-60. Good memories.

John
09-21-2014 04:15 PM
TucsonJay
More Tucson Vets show.

This batch includes a pro street Challenger with wheelie bars.
That mysterious fastback sedan is a late-thirties Lincoln!
The black roadster pickup belongs to a friend, and it is looking for a new home. :-)
Lastly, the Challenger featured a big-block wedge with tunnel ram!

A nice show!
09-21-2014 04:10 PM
TucsonJay The VA put on a show here in Tucson Saturday.

Here are some pictures...

The unusual trailer had a matching "kiddie car".
The Morris Minor pickup had a small-block Chevy and some BIG tires!
The Camino was big-block powered!
The girl selling food with an inflatable pretzel was a little salty. :-)
The '65 Skylark had a full cage and a 500 Caddy motor!

More to come......
09-21-2014 01:01 PM
496CHEVY3100 Mild to Wild

Impala .Superbird and a Mclarean 650 SC
09-21-2014 12:46 PM
496CHEVY3100 Same car as above ,having trouble posting pictures'
09-21-2014 10:15 AM
496CHEVY3100 what about a BA 40 cpe with a Supercharged Ford Coyote Engine
09-21-2014 09:46 AM
MARTINSR Not of fan of the late model motors like that but damn there is some nice detail on that Dodge.

Brian
09-21-2014 09:30 AM
496CHEVY3100 For the Mopar guys mwhat about a 1925 Dodge with a Supercharged Hemi,
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