The Totally Awesome Adventures Of Boosted And Hoopty

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met up with @Boosted92LX and had a little photo session. I think it turned out ok. :nice:

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Boosted92LX

It's only an inch or two. What's the big deal?
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Great job shooting Collin! Had a good time, thanks bud.
 

CarMichael Angelo

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Great job shooting Collin! Had a good time, thanks bud.
I agree, really nice shots. So much better when there's some thought given to the end result.
When the monster is alive and well in 2016, I'll commit to a weekender, and I'll bring him to photo shoot II.

( provided Collin doesn't sell his junk first)
 

Boosted92LX

It's only an inch or two. What's the big deal?
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I agree, really nice shots. So much better when there's some thought given to the end result.
When the monster is alive and well in 2016, I'll commit to a weekender, and I'll bring him to photo shoot II.

( provided Collin doesn't sell his junk first)


THAT I would love to do! I may have to put some pressure on Collin not to sell, lol.
 
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Boosted92LX

It's only an inch or two. What's the big deal?
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I don't know if it turned out, but Collin got a shot in his driveway that had both foxes in it, the coyote, and the American flag flying in his front yard. Murica!

I also have to admit I felt some pride when Collin, riding in my passenger seat, informed me after I tromped the gas that his guts were plastered against his back, and his hands felt clammy. LOL.

It was a great day.
 
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CarMichael Angelo

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I've never done it but I've been to one of the stopping points. It was friggjng incredible.
Ohh! Ohh! I have!
PT 07. Ran up from birmingham to nashville and back in my 347 powered Conquest. Kinda shunned because I had a Jap car in an American auto fest, nobody bothered to look at the Holley injected 347, or cared that the entire drivetrain was Tremec 3550/8.8. To most (including the magazine) It still was a foreign car.

Not this time. Now I have an american car. W/ an Australian Ford head built in a Japanese Honda plant. W/ more Chevrolet engine parts in it than most LS engines have:rolleyes:.

I'll be the Belle of the Ball. Which route are they running this year?
 

Boosted92LX

It's only an inch or two. What's the big deal?
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Ohh! Ohh! I have!
PT 07. Ran up from birmingham to nashville and back in my 347 powered Conquest. Kinda shunned because I had a Jap car in an American auto fest, nobody bothered to look at the Holley injected 347, or cared that the entire drivetrain was Tremec 3550/8.8. To most (including the magazine) It still was a foreign car.

Not this time. Now I have an american car. W/ an Australian Ford head built in a Japanese Honda plant. W/ more Chevrolet engine parts in it than most LS engines have:rolleyes:.

I'll be the Belle of the Ball. Which route are they running this year?


Lol... Stop being so run of the mill and the hotrod guys'll pay attn. ;)


Edit: try something origional... Like a 69 camaro with an LS.. That's never been done before.:rolleyes: