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Username Post: Posts photos of your rides.        (Topic#293380)
Tony 
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02-12-13 09:16 AM - Post#2316052    

Its been a while since we started a post your rides thread.

Let's see them.



Edited by Chevelle on 01-04-14 09:50 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 

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57ORG 
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02-14-13 10:19 AM - Post#2316769    
    In response to Tony

http://s1306.beta.photobucket.com/user/uniflex1/me...

Ok hope pic works this is mine had it about 13 years now. 36k miles on it now bought with 28k miles. All original car.

Tim
1957 Belair 4 door 38,000 actual miles on it.
1977 Firebird Formula 400 4speed
1989 Firebird Formula (sons car) 350 Holley Stealth ram
1990 GMC Jimmy 350 350 trans 6" lift on 35s
2006 HD Softail
2013 Sonic



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swbatt 
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02-15-13 07:21 AM - Post#2317045    
    In response to Tony

  • Tony Said:
Its been a while since we started a post your rides thread.

Let's see them.


I thought you'd never ask


Junior

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"Which do I prefer? Chess or sex? It depends on the position." - Spassky


 
f.i.57chevynut 
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02-15-13 10:57 PM - Post#2317345    
    In response to swbatt

I just replaced the Daisy Americans with these mags.



Tom Ordway tom@57chevys.com If you don't drive it, why have it?
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nstlga 
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02-16-13 08:32 AM - Post#2317430    
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He who dies with the most toys doesn't necessarily win, but had more fun getting to the finish line.


 
Pistol 
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02-17-13 08:19 AM - Post#2317727    
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Pete
Awl speeling misteaks r myn
57 BelAir 2DRHT My-Pics


 
overdrive 
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02-17-13 07:41 PM - Post#2317979    
    In response to Tony





1971 Monte Carlo


1970 Monte Carlo SS454


Dan


http://www.picturetrail.com/57overdrive
'57 Belair Sport Coupe restored
'57 Nomad w/mild restoration
'57 Delray w/28K mi. unrestored
'71 Monte, restored
'70 Monte SS 454, L.A. built, restoration has begun


 
6-bangertim 
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02-17-13 10:46 PM - Post#2318013    
    In response to Tony

My white/red six-banger 150 looks a little different today with plain black 14" wheels. That pic wad taken around '04 or '5 when I had 15's on it. Some day it will look as good as it does in the pic!

The 'Widow's first show, where she trophied!

THANKS for the invite Tony!

Take Care, Tim

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Too Poor to Restore...My Nifty 150!
Proud owner of MISS NOVEMBER - 2011 Tri-Five Calender


 
bowtiefan 
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02-19-13 08:06 AM - Post#2318507    
    In response to 6-bangertim

Here's my daily driver, 235 3spd. Restored by a friend about 20 yrs ago. I've had it for almost 10 yrs and I put about 4,000 mi on it a year, mostly around town, but 100 mi round trips are not uncommon. Dependable as the day is long.
(I need a new picture)


Here's my Nomad when I bought it, but it's in pieces now. Crate 350, 700r4, CPP 500 box and PS, CPP 2" drop spindles w/12" rotors etc., and A/C are all in boxes ready to go in. Just got to get started.


My wife's new car she bought last Hot August Nights. As we speak, it's on the lift. I'm rebuilding the entire front suspension and steering. Still needs the fabric for the top to be put on.


This is my wife's survivor. She bought this 70 RS new. 307/auto, PS, A/C. It's unrestored with about 140,000 mi on it. Only replaced a couple parts.


And finally my pride and joy. 39 Chevy, 350/350, Mustang II PS, Nova rear, PW, leather, A/C. I didn't build it, but have added a few things.


There's more, but I don't want to take up the entire forum! Go to my web site to see more.
Ken
PS. I'm certainly not rich by any means, just been lucky.

36, 38 & 39 2dr sedan, 41 coupe, 54 convertible, 56 Nomad, 57 210 2dr sdn, 70 Camaro RS, Corvettes; 57, 61, 65 396 coupe, 67 427 convert, 72 T-top, 88 coupe,91 ZR-1, 07 Z06, 16 Z06, 07 Silverado, 09 BMW 135i vert.
http://www.picturetrail.com/ken


 
vabeach56wagon 
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02-20-13 04:51 AM - Post#2318837    
    In response to Tony

Gobstomper:









Thanks for another opportunity to post pix of our wagon.

paul

Original builder of the Gobstomper - '56 210 9 passenger wagon now in other's hands. Current Ride is '69 X33D80 Z28 Camaro



 
57chevypreterist 
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02-20-13 07:16 PM - Post#2319061    
    In response to vabeach56wagon

How do you attach a photo (not a URL link)?

-Bryan

1957 Bel Air four door sedan, 43,000 original miles, 235 Blue Flame Six, 3 speed, 2nd owner, acquired in 1978.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/81952637@N00/s ets/721...


 
Tony 
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02-21-13 08:26 AM - Post#2319182    
    In response to 57chevypreterist

Check out the Member Support Forum for help with that.
https://www.chevytalk.org/fusionbb/showforum.php?fi...

The quickest way is to become a Supporting Member and you can add them right from your PC to our server.

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nstlga 
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02-21-13 02:55 PM - Post#2319285    
    In response to Tony

Hey Tony!

My above post was my first attempt at ever posting a photo and it was actually quite easy. My question though is why mine came out the smaller size it did. Did I miss an option when using that resizer from the web that would have let me control the file size?

Great job with the site BTW, Thank You!

He who dies with the most toys doesn't necessarily win, but had more fun getting to the finish line.


Edited by ForumBoss on 02-22-13 08:36 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
ForumBoss 
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02-22-13 08:48 AM - Post#2319535    
    In response to nstlga

Hey nstlga,

Great question, I'll pick this one up for Tony.

When you upload a pic from your computer the MAX width we will display is 700 pixels (we only make it smaller not larger). We do that automatically in order to protect the load times and formatting of the forum page.

If your photo is smaller than 700 wide it will be posted at its original size.

I'm guessing your photo in its original size is less narrow than 700, and as such is smaller than some of the other photos you see in this post.

I hope that answers your question.

Chevytalk Admin


 
nstlga 
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02-22-13 09:34 AM - Post#2319550    
    In response to ForumBoss

Well, yes, you got me to go back and review what I did. My original was too large (greater than a MB) so I ran it thru the resizer on the Internet. Being my first try at this,I did not pay attention to the fact that I could have contolled the size I wanted my resized pic to be. Will try that next time. Thanks for the reply tho!

He who dies with the most toys doesn't necessarily win, but had more fun getting to the finish line.


 
swbatt 
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02-24-13 08:38 AM - Post#2320111    
    In response to 57chevypreterist


Bryan's


"Which do I prefer? Chess or sex? It depends on the position." - Spassky


 
swbatt 
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05-06-13 06:36 PM - Post#2342681    
    In response to swbatt


Tim's


"Which do I prefer? Chess or sex? It depends on the position." - Spassky


 
ForumBoss 
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05-07-13 06:32 AM - Post#2342785    
    In response to swbatt

Posting these UN-resized photos really drives the forum width crazy.

Tim posted his pic as a link and not as an image. Once that was corrected his photobucket image although HUGE, posted fine.

To anyone interested in info on posting photos please visit the Member Support forum, there are some great tutorials regarding the subject.



Edited by ForumBoss on 05-07-13 06:55 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
Diamondback 
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06-12-13 02:32 PM - Post#2354615    
    In response to Tony

1957 Chev, 2-door Sport Coupe,283 Power-Pack



1957 2-Door Hardtop





 
56don 
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07-04-13 06:39 PM - Post#2360962    
    In response to Diamondback

[image]
I still need to finish the headlining/door panels.



Edited by 56don on 07-04-13 06:45 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
swbatt 
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07-04-13 11:43 PM - Post#2361003    
    In response to 56don

Looks good Don!


"Which do I prefer? Chess or sex? It depends on the position." - Spassky


 
acma 
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07-05-13 05:10 AM - Post#2361035    
    In response to Tony

Nice sunny day in Toronto!











57 chevy Belair 2dr H/T Onyx/Black


 
Crissys55 
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07-16-13 10:30 AM - Post#2364119    
    In response to Tony

[image]C:\Documents and Settings\rrodness\My Documents\My Pictures[/image]



 
bolin1955 
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08-22-13 06:44 PM - Post#2375011    
    In response to Tony



My 1955 265V8 W PG Owned 18 yrs, much work!



 
bolin1955 
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08-25-13 04:45 PM - Post#2375898    
    In response to Tony



Just washed the 55 in the driveway. Had to share the pic if that's okay. I'll post two from today. Weather hot but beautiful day in Missouri. Car running like a new Singer Sewing Machine. Took a little 40 mile round trip to an old country store that has antiques and fancy coffees. My car is border line show and a beautiful driver. Driving and getting thumbs-ups makes my day. If I can't drive it consistently, I don't want it. Making people smile makes me smile. Bo L



 
bolin1955 
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08-25-13 04:48 PM - Post#2375900    
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gudgyz 
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12-05-13 09:43 PM - Post#2405227    
    In response to Bowtie Crazy

Nice car, I have only ever heard of one RHD hardtop here in NZ, an ex diplomat car I believe.



 
57belairman 
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03-08-14 07:06 PM - Post#2434038    
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My Convertible

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Life is short, Eat dessert first, I always do!!

Picturetrail
57 2dr ht red
57 Convertible black
57 Nomad larkspur blue
57 3100 Pickup
55 2dr Sedan
56 Suburban


 
57belairman 
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03-08-14 08:14 PM - Post#2434053    
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Life is short, Eat dessert first, I always do!!

Picturetrail
57 2dr ht red
57 Convertible black
57 Nomad larkspur blue
57 3100 Pickup
55 2dr Sedan
56 Suburban


 
57belairman 
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03-08-14 08:16 PM - Post#2434054    
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Life is short, Eat dessert first, I always do!!

Picturetrail
57 2dr ht red
57 Convertible black
57 Nomad larkspur blue
57 3100 Pickup
55 2dr Sedan
56 Suburban


 

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