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Old 06-22-2007, 09:37 PM
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Pictures 2007 NHRA Hot Rod Reunion National Trail Ohio

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I'm not much of a photographer, but I thought folks may enjoy the photos I took last weekend in Ohio. This was a nice event the weather was perfect and to see some old race cars was great. TV Tommy Ivo was there and many of the old gasser racers. Please excuse all the interior photos...I'm building an old school rod and needed ideas. I hope you enjoy them.

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Old 06-23-2007, 01:58 AM
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Thanks for the link. Didn't mind the interior pics as it is always nice to see the whole car.
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Hmmmmm.... I like the chrome heel plate in the yellow car. That's a nice idea.
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Old 06-23-2007, 07:04 PM
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nice shooting , killer hardware that was a good show. I like the styles and subjects that you pick to snap. Thanks
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Old 06-23-2007, 07:16 PM
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Hmmmmm.... I like the chrome heel plate in the yellow car. That's a nice idea.
my favorite was an Anglia interior shot #7429 I think I'm heading in that direction.
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Old 06-23-2007, 08:00 PM
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This is my favorite interior, it was in an Anglia Gasser...I love the metal door panels. The white steering wheel blue interior shot is the one and only Stone, Woods and Cook Willy's. It's untouched from the day...breath taking in my opinion.
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Boy , if you liked Columbus, you would have loved bowling green. That is where it had been for the last few years.
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Old 06-28-2007, 07:27 PM
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Boy , if you liked Columbus, you would have loved bowling green. That is where it had been for the last few years.
Wildman...you are correct BG is a way cool place. I love the drag strip no bad seats at all...matter of fact in the front row you have to pull your toes in a bit to avoid the hot rubber...love it indeed!
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Hi there, I own the 30 coupe that is in a couple of shots (purple w/flames) and I thought that it was cool to see it in your photo album. Good luck with the rod project. I am trying to finish up my interior for next year. The reunion was fun, but I have to say the past years in BG were better - more shade and you could get closer to the track. But still a fun show.
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Old 07-10-2007, 07:31 PM
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Hi there, I own the 30 coupe that is in a couple of shots (purple w/flames) and I thought that it was cool to see it in your photo album. Good luck with the rod project. I am trying to finish up my interior for next year. The reunion was fun, but I have to say the past years in BG were better - more shade and you could get closer to the track. But still a fun show.
Hey...thats a nice coupe you have. I like the nice neat clean look and love the headers. Are you near Columbus? Here's a link to my project, its has along way to go. It's a 1930 Plymouth Series U Rumble Coupe. Do you think the stance and profile of the car fit the late sixties hot rod look?

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Thanks Dave - I tried to keep things neat and simple, like hiding wiring and keeping everything plain looking. Kind of a less is more deal. I had a set of the t-bucket type headers, but the zoomies look so much better, especially with the blower. I'm not sure my neighbors like it better though...... I actually live outside Chicago. I didn't see the link to your Plymouth, can you send it again?
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Thanks Dave - I tried to keep things neat and simple, like hiding wiring and keeping everything plain looking. Kind of a less is more deal. I had a set of the t-bucket type headers, but the zoomies look so much better, especially with the blower. I'm not sure my neighbors like it better though...... I actually live outside Chicago. I didn't see the link to your Plymouth, can you send it again?
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Cool pics Dave,
Looks like a lot of work to get it set up that way (which looks great by the way) A blown hemi is probably the best looking engine, especially for a 60's look. Did you build the front suspension? I have not seen too many early cars with parrallel leafs on the front. It sure adds to the old style look, and it probably will work betterr than my transverse spring set up. I also like the look of the oval back window. Are you going to chop it at all?
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Cool pics Dave,
Looks like a lot of work to get it set up that way (which looks great by the way) A blown hemi is probably the best looking engine, especially for a 60's look. Did you build the front suspension? I have not seen too many early cars with parrallel leafs on the front. It sure adds to the old style look, and it probably will work betterr than my transverse spring set up. I also like the look of the oval back window. Are you going to chop it at all?
The chassis is an original 30 plymouth that was run on the strip and street in the late 60's through early 70's. The front suspension is all original plymouth except for custom leaf springs and a vega steering box. The leaf springs carry the car really well. The frame is boxed from the front to a point in the rear just beyond the front pivot for the hand made ladder bars. The rear setup has quad coil overs with 1/4 eliptical springs and a chrome 60 olds rear end.

I love the plymouth profile and oval window so I'm not going to chop at all. I'm going to make really wide rear fenders and run motor cycle fenders on the front. To draw attention away from the tall roof line I plan a few illusions-4 hole Hilborn injector, a vertical sectioned grill shell, huge chrome header sidepipes and I'm going to close up the widnow openings bottom to top about 1 1/2"

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Nice pics!!!
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