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Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Wordless Wednesday

Old Yeller

25 comments:

Sandee (Comedy +) said...

Not playing this week, but wanted to comment. Wow, this ride is awesome. I wouldn't mind having it. Have a great WW. :)

Mama Grizzly said...

That's cool!

Ken said...

Nice photos and car.

Thanks for stopping by.

Mr. O said...

Wow that is an awesome car!!!

There are very few types of cars that look good yellow and this is one of the few.

CK-II said...

That's really cool! Happy WW! :)

rmgales said...

Nice ride. Love the color!

DJSlim said...

wow that is awesome. i gotta get me one of those :)

napaboaniya said...

That's is one extremely nice vintage!! Love the yellow too! :)

Travis said...

**drool**

ellen b said...

Oh my, that's one pretty ride...

Lori said...

What a beauty!! I bet you are very proud:) Happy WW and thanks for stopping by. Id love to take a ride in that.

ZJ said...

Cool ride!
I sure would love to take a ride in that too.

The Right Blue said...

Old Yeller? Maybe more like ol' Screamer. Woo hoo!

DrillerAA said...

Sandee: Thanks for stopping by.

Mama Grizzly: I thought so too.

Ken: Thank you sir.

Mr. O: I feel the same way. I'm usually not a fan of yellow cars.

CK-II: It does look like one cool ride.

Rm-Galyles: The color is pretty unique for a street rod.

Slim: Thanks for stopping by. Glad you like the pic.

Napaboniya: It is a vintage that only gets better with age.

Travis: Can I get you a towel?

Ellen B: I love these street rods and this is a really nice example.

Lori: Unfortunately this ride isn't mine, but if you'll buy it for me, I'll let you ride in it anytime. LOL.

ZJ: If Lori buys it for me, then you can ride too!

The Right Blue: I am sure it will scream! There is a parachute on the rear that I cropped out.

Barbara Martin said...

My oldest brother was interested in these many years ago.

the teach said...

From bright RED to Bright YELLOW! What a car and beautifully clean and bright engine! Happy WW!

Travis Erwin said...

Sweet ride.

the teach said...

Driller, I'm commenting on your comment about the McCain's attack ads on Obama. You're right if the shoe were on the other foot, Obama would be attacking McCain. Of course I hope he wouldn't but we know politicians. I often wonder what people mean when they think powerful Democrats will not support family values... I believe in family and I believe in values and I'm a Democrat. So what's not to like? :)

Joyce said...

Vroom, vroom !!

Dad of Divas said...

Cool car! Thanks for stopping by my WW!

Julie said...

Awesome pictures!

storyteller said...

What a wonderfully shiny canary yellow hot rod!!! Is this yourz???
Hugs and blessings,

Jim said...

Hey Driller, I like your car. But ...
If it isn't fiberglass then it is a waste of a 34 Ford (or 35?). I believe in keeping what are left in original or original/restored condition.
We had a 34 Ford, it was baby blue and we raced it as 'modified stock' back in the 50's. We had to keep a flathead engine in it, it would generally win or be close in the B Feature race but we couldn't compete in the A Feature with the 32 Plymouths with the Hemi engines which were legal as they came out in '53 which our rules said could be the latest engine.
I have a parade on my WW today, we were in it as a function of our Blogstock '08 Festival. At the end I have a link to other Blogstock pictures and narratives.
..

DrillerAA said...

Barbra: I've always loved street rods, just never owned one.

Teach: I love all things bright and shiny.
Time and space doesn't permit me to fully explain my views. However, most Democrats and Republicans are not as liberal or as conservative as the driving forces in their party. Most of us are truly more moderate at heart.

Joyce: Screeeeech!!! DBS!!!!

Dad: It is always a pleasure to stop by your place..

Storyteller: It is a great looking machine, but it is not mine.

Jim: Thanks for stopping by. I didn't check the body material, but I would guess fiberglass. I used to watch some of those races in Tulsa as a kid during the late 50's and early 60's. It was great fun!

Julie: Thank you

DoubleDeckerBusGuy said...

Wow... just wow... it's STUNNING! I only hope that IF we get the "you know what", it will look as good... because my oh my, that's a spectacular vehicle!