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Dallas, Tx Ranger meet & Dallas, Tx Model A Ford National (Pic thread!!)

ok first i will do the Dallas TX ranger meet pics. first set of John I and FX2.3 are from sunday. then all the rest is from friday. yes all parking lots because there was alot of beer drinking done on friday.. lol... Thanks for all the good times. feel i have met a great group of guys dont worry i will be back some day

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Next is the trip down and and a lot the Model A's


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Our hotel








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Fine Point judging cars









20 Millionth Model A






Our Car getting pinstriped


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Trip to Texas Motor speedway. took the Model A's on it. man that was fun!!!










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On the way home we stopped at Jim Beam.. OMG i could live there. the Houses that have all the barrels in them are open to the weather and the wind blowing the whole property smelled of bourbon



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and lastly.. the Giant Jesus on I-75 got to love passing it lol..


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Badass man. Looks like a really fun trip.
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Great pics Zach.What speed did those A's get up to on the speedway?
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Badass man. Looks like a really fun trip.
That it was. wish i could have come to midland but that was the day we went to the motor speedway.

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Great pics Zach.What speed did those A's get up to on the speedway?
last i saw on our speedo when i looked down when i was driving was 67mph and it was still climbing.. i have never driven that car that fast. lets just put it this way. think of doing 200mph in your ranger. it wasnt built for it. same feeling in that car lol...
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Nice Pics Zack. Stacy and I passed the giant Jesus just last week on our trip to Tenn.
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Nice Pics Zack. Stacy and I passed the giant Jesus just last week on our trip to Tenn.
where did you go in Tn. i was so sad to be leaving TN and KY when i was coming home i wanted just to put the truck in park and call it quits
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Went to Stacy's reunion in Lafollette then to Pigeon Forge(didn't stay there to long too busy) continued on to Cherokee NC(did some gambling) then ended up in Chattanooga.
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Sweet Man! Glad you could come down! That pic of the fine point judging makes me think of a dealer showroom for some reason.
Where along 75 is the Giant Jesus? It must be pretty new, I've never seen it.
So, when do you want your first shipment of Shiner?
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Monroe,Ohio just north of Cincinnati. The build finished in 04 and it is 65 feet tall.
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Went to Stacy's reunion in Lafollette then to Pigeon Forge(didn't stay there to long too busy) continued on to Cherokee NC(did some gambling) then ended up in Chattanooga.
sounds like a good trip!


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Sweet Man! Glad you could come down! That pic of the fine point judging makes me think of a dealer showroom for some reason.
Where along 75 is the Giant Jesus? It must be pretty new, I've never seen it.
So, when do you want your first shipment of Shiner?
75 in Ohio. been there for a while.

those fine point are just so mint i understand the dealer thing. so close to the day they rolled off it isnt even funny..

i could never build one that way tho i am not picky enough...

on and you bastard. i need it NOW lol...

and John good meeting you man. cant wait to come back and have a few brews with ya!
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nice pics i loved that ford tow truck and the mother-in-law seat LMAO!!
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We were at Texas Motor Speedway that Friday lol. I passed a couple trailers of Model A's on the way back to GA.
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you passed ours?
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you passed ours?
I don't think so. The ones we passed that had plates were from NC.
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ah ok.. you still should have come to BWW we where there till like 1am lol
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Looks like an awesome time!

Now c'mon Stone. Where are the pics of you hangin out the window in a Mobster uni with a tommy gun?
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Glad you came down and got a Dallas meet together, it was nice meeting you and some of the new Dallas guys.
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Looks like an awesome time!

Now c'mon Stone. Where are the pics of you hangin out the window in a Mobster uni with a tommy gun?
haha i should!


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Glad you came down and got a Dallas meet together, it was nice meeting you and some of the new Dallas guys.
Nice meeting you too Dugan thanks for the ride back again lol
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I was at Iola Old car show when they Debuted the restored 20 millionth car. Its a really neat story behind that car. Good Stuff.

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sweet..
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i saw it during part of the process i know the actual owner of it from the model A club.. i have issues with that car and more the owner and some of the things that happened but thats a whole different story
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i saw it during part of the process i know the actual owner of it from the model A club.. i have issues with that car and more the owner and some of the things that happened but thats a whole different story
Yeah, I suppose. I have issues with the guy who owns the original general Lee, Most people are “wow some guy restored the original general lee” and I know the truth that he cut it up and sold the pieces to collectors and took the vin and pasted it on another car. There always is drama in cars like that,

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the bee's nest in that mother in law's seat pic, was that a real nest? i like the first stake truck you posted up with the dual rear wheels.
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Looks like a ton of fun. There was a bunch of nice cars!
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