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Old 08-09-2007, 01:37 AM
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Super Run 2007 pics

Here are some pics of the Super run last weekend. It was held on the exhibition grounds in Brandon, Manitoba. There were two areas to park - a really nice treed area and the parking lot. I would go to the parking lot first thing before it got to hot and then to the shaded treed area later in the day. The parking lot pics are a bit sparse as the treed area would fill up first.






Here are some shots of some of the fenderless hot rods which are my favorite type of hot rod.



I think this is a 34 Dodge pickup This truck was one of the original shop trucks of the grandfather of the builder. The family owned dealership has been in operation since the 30's.



This 32 Ford pickup was built by the son of one of my friends who would bring his kids to rod runs 20 years ago.



The son or another friend built this Model A coupe. Start them young and they grow up like dad.
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Old 08-09-2007, 01:41 AM
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Here are some more.



The brother of the builder of the Model A coupe rebuilt the 40 Ford tudor that his dad had built 25 years ago.



Two more young builders whose dads were involved years ago.
L - Model A cowl used to build a track T. R - 27 T bucket. They even have front brakes!!



Clone of the "Kookie" T bucket used on the 60's TV show 77 Sunset Strip. Orininal built by Norm Grabowski.



27 Model T roadster built on T bucket type frame.



Newly painted 28 Model A Ford tudor highboy.
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Old 08-09-2007, 01:45 AM
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Last pics for the night.


27 T roadster pickup with a 500 ci Cadillac engine. Uses coil springs on the rear instead of coil over shocks.



27 T lakester with a flathead. NB - the polished stock milled Canadian aluminum heads.



Very nice clean owner built 32 Ford three window highboy.



I can't remember what this was but probably a 1933? Dodge/Plymouth? highboy.



28 Model A highboy. Sure needs a lot of body work. Nice work on the chassis.

I will post some more pics tomorrow. If you can't wait there are some in my Photo Gallery.
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Old 08-09-2007, 06:32 AM
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I LOVE waking up in the morning to the smell of great hot rod shots. Thanks for those Brew, it gets the juices flowing.
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Old 08-09-2007, 09:59 AM
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I LOVE waking up in the morning to the smell of great hot rod shots. Thanks for those Brew, it gets the juices flowing.
Glad to hear you enjoyed them. Here is some more. This time classic street rods.



Chopped 1930 Model A coupe. Love those primary colors!



1931 Hudson four door that runs a 350 Olds drivetrain. Huge engine compartment on this one - probably enough room for a V12! Owner built except paint and upholstery.



1934 Ford three window coupe with a ZZ Top flair.



1936 Ford three window coupe. After building five other street rods this one is his last. The owners have sold their farm and moved to the city and don't have room to build another one. The 36 three window is my favorite street rod - I like them with their tail dragging.



Another friend's 1932 Ford three window coupe. He is the father of the builder of the 32 flamed pickup.
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Old 08-09-2007, 10:11 AM
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Here is another five.



Chopped and flamed 1937 Ford tudor.



1927 Model T roadster full fendered roadster pickup and a 27 track T pickup.



Blown T bucket and 1927 Model T tudor.



1937 Nash coupe.
Smooooth.



1937 Nash coupe - rear. Nicely tunneled tail lights.
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Great pics....
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Old 08-09-2007, 06:14 PM
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Some for the muscle car/go fast guys.



Gotta love the colors of the era!!!!



1970 Chevelle - not numbers matching.



572 cubic inches and it screams!!



Model A with a blown sbc. Hard to get a pic of this car as the owner spent the whole weekend driving around the grounds. Sounded sweet and whinny!!!



BIG Mickey Thompson meats!!!
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Old 08-09-2007, 06:29 PM
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Some pickups and station wagons.



1952 International pickup. He shot his clear directly over black primer???



1935? Chev pickup



1934 International pickup. A really nicely done pickup originally built in Nova Scotia.



Snow White chopped 1932? Ford pickup.



Very clean uncluttered Nova longroof.
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Great pictures, Home Brew, and thanks for sharing.

It looks like you had great weather - I wish I could have been there. As it was, my car still isn't finished. I did drive it for Deuce Days in Vistoria, but the new B&M trans wouldn't shift properly. Turns out that they put a gasket in backwards at the factory, and plugged off some ports.

Oh well crap happens.

Hope to be there next summer.

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Old 08-15-2007, 01:41 AM
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Next summer it will be in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. About 250 miles closer for you. Not as nice grounds but the people are all just as great. I will post some info after the New Year.
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Saskatoon eh!

Been there on several occasions; both winter and summer.

I know there was a heat wave this summer that was a bit nasty, but I still think I prefer the plus 40 C to the minus 40 F anyday.

Hope to be there.

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Old 08-15-2007, 09:09 AM
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Great shots! Got to love the sedan with the tilt front end and the Lasalle is gorgeous. The lasalle is painted about the same (colors) way I want my 36 Ford done. I admire you Northern fellows that have the desire to build a rod with the limited number of days that you can enjoy them, climate-wise. Maybe that's why they are so nice, more shop time...lol. Beautiful area for a car show, it's tough to beat parking on the grass in the outdoors. Dan
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Sorry but the "34 dodge hot rod" that has 'Southey Motors Phone 44' on the side is NOT an original. I can say this because my father and uncle built the truck from the frame up, for the owner. It is a 33 with a 34 grille shell and a handbuilt chassis to cradle the 392 HEMI backed by a 518 auto. And a 8 3/4 rear end. The signage on the door was painted by my sister less than a month before the pic was taken.

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