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January 2, 2013 in National Woodie Club
Took my family surfing on Lake Michigan this past weekend. Brrrrrr it was cold.
Some of their friends showed up.
I went out last night to meet with some of my college Rugby buddies.
Not a good idea.
I found this on the World Wide Web.
Thought this would be fun to see.....AND NO it's not Lake Michigan ....
"Old Man's Beach" just south of where 164 Woodies got together for Doheny Wood..
A little cool, but great turn out...Thanks to all for your hard work...
Last week we took our twins on a trip to Wyoming. An hour down the road we lost the roof rack.
That's me...third from left?
Hey Mike.....Where is that taken ????
just doin' my share...........
Here is one I seen at Del Mar
Yesterday, we took a ride on a Seaplane. It was great fun.
I like parts.. here's a set of NOS 32 ford wagon rear fenders.. that were for sale at hershey in 2011... i dont have a 32 wagon.. but wish I did.
We be campin' and stuff....Doheny Wood, last weekend, accommodations courtesy of Mtnwudy
1947 Cadillac new construction.
I'm going to be starting a similar project.
Can you call me at 708 308 4009.
man, we missed a day
Here's today's contribution from Mikeswoodiesworld (also known as Heaven) - Buick : Other woodie station wagon Sorry, I can't figure out how to pull images out of the eBay ad. It's supposed to be an original, 2-owner California car with a recent repaint and revarnishing. Oddly, there's just a day left on the sale but it's attracted no bids. Maybe it does need whitewalls after all.
Thanks, Rob, for the compliments.
Check this one out...
Roger Rabbit goes surfing! C'mon, this has got to be Photoshop'd, although really well done.
Here is my 1936 Westchester Suburban In front of the train station in Niles (Fremont) California
Here's a weird one. An English Lea-Francis, 1951, asking $16,000 - http://forums.aaca.org/f119/1939-ford-1930-windsor-1951-lea-346982.html. Maybe it's the original body, maybe it's not.
Looks original or at least patterned after the original.
Here is an old picture I have, believe it was taken at Wood N Carr shop
I have a similar photo of dougs shop.. somewhere..
yep thats it!
47 -48 chevy.. that was at the goodguys event in hershey pa a few years ago..
Another nice sportman pic
A funny thing happened at the house the other day....
My wife and I went shopping for a new car yesterday. We thought this one was sporty.
Here is a photo of a friend I went all through school with..This photo was taken I believe in 1963..It was cool in California to have a Woodie to throw the boards in back and head for the Beach..Gary said he used up a case of sand paper,and countless gallons of paint stripper....He said he wished he still had it now...I had a 39 Ford at the same time...I often wonder if I'm walking right past some of the cars we all owned in Highschool at Wavecrest each year...We sold them too cheap,and too soon...Oh Well..Carl
Thank you to all that have served our country.
my good friends (and woodie club members) are planning to drive the west to east leg of the lincoln highway tour.. in this.. a former Nick Alexander car!
unfortunately.. I'll be stuck checking out the tour when the eastern leg stops overnight in malvern pa..
When out driving,to the market,Sunday drive,or anywhere...Our family plays the game "Spot the Woodie Car"...We saw the idea in Woodie Times awhile back...We play you get 5 points for a car with vinyl wood grain,100 points for a real Woodie...Last Saturday she ( Jacque ,my wife) had 10 points going ,,when I spotted this in San Clemente......
Here is one from last weekends Goodguys show
Somehow I have failed to post a photo of the "Awesome Plymouth"
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NICE! I see a HEMI peeking out there......
Ernest Withers, Ernest Withers with his 1941 Ford station wagon, late 1940's
Ernest Withers | Photographer | Panopticon Gallery
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