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Old 06-09-2007, 08:39 PM
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Rhinelander Car Show Pictures

Went to a nice show in Rhinelander, WI today and I took a few pictures for you all. The biggest surprise of the day for me was to discover that the show's dash plaque featured a shot of my truck (on lower left of plaque). Nice little honor.

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More from Rhinelander. BTW, that stock model A in these pics belongs to my neighbors, Dick and Ellen Krueger.
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Old 06-09-2007, 08:52 PM
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More show shots. The first one is of our three cars. The coupe on the right you'll recognize as 454Rattlers, the red truck on the left is my '32, and the black 48 Chevy in the middle belongs to my friends Bill and Sue Melchi. (Bill occassionally lurks here on HR.Com but is not signed up.)

That last shot is just an artsy-phartsy shot I took of my pickup refleced in the fender of Bills '48. Speaks a lot more to the perfection of Bill's paint than it does for my artistic leanings.
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Great pics! That fender shot looks like it could be used in an ad for Meguiar's.
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I feel very lucky to hang out with people like cboy and Bill and Sue Melchi. They not only encourage me to go to the car shows, but they make sure I get there.

Cboy donated a steering column to my hot-rod last week so that I could make it to Rhinelander. I should mention that I got very good answers to my questions here on HR.com.

The truck that cboy has is amazing. Completely hand built and bountiful.

Bill and Sue's truck is outstanding. In fact I think cboy should post some good pictures of it. Maybe that would encourage them to sign up on HR.com.

Many thanks to Dewey, Bill and Sue.

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So you guys up in the sticks do more then fish and play with misqiuotos and ticks?
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Quiet now ! If it sounds like too much fun, then the city folk will show up.

I only got two rockers on da porch. One for me an one for da old hound dog. I think he died a while back cause he ain't moved offen dat chair in about 10 years.

Well, I gotta get down to da creek and wash my britches cause the woman says theres a mighty bad smell commin from dat porch. It can't be da hound cause he don't even work up a sweat layin there.

See ya, boys

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Did you dodge any tornadoes up that way? Not sure how far it went. We were suppose to get hit here in green bay, but missed us, all we got was a short pounding of rain, then sunny and beautifull again, but mountain and wausau who got hit are both fairly close.
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Everything went south of us. But I was down at a show in Wausau on Sunday and didn't see much damage...heard it was worse around Mosinee area.
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