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    More Columbus 2005 Goodguys pics

    It took me a while to chop a site together, but here they are. I'm sorry my photographic abilities suck. In all fairness, it is hard to snap a good pic when people are running in front of your camera all day long.



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    Great pics! You even got one of my car, .


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    That is the best way to post pics!!! Thumbnails like that. They are soo much easier and less time consuming. I really really appreciate all the great pics and the way you hosted them.
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    Damn Mark.. that is NICE.. and for some reason I dig the wheels..

    If I would have found it I would have tagged it for the top 10 for sure.. I need some good pics and contact info for ya so I can put you on the "have to shoot" list..

    Were you in the homebuilt hotrod area?
    "A ship in port is safe, but that's not what ships are built for."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve1969LS1
    Damn Mark.. that is NICE.. and for some reason I dig the wheels..

    If I would have found it I would have tagged it for the top 10 for sure.. I need some good pics and contact info for ya so I can put you on the "have to shoot" list..

    Were you in the homebuilt hotrod area?
    Thanks Steve.

    On Friday, I was right on the main drag when you drive in the fairgrounds. On Saturday I was in the Homebuilt area.

    I'll get some good pics, and get in touch with you soon, :-) .

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkM66
    Great pics! You even got one of my car,
    I loved that Chevelle. I bet I spent 5 minutes(which is a LONG time at that show) looking it over. I lost a few pics I had...including more of your car

    I wanted to flip through your book, but I never feel comfortable enough to do it. I am always afraid I will drop it on the car or scratch it up or something.

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    It's a Nova, ;) . My wife always confuses them too.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kuhlryde
    I loved that Chevelle. I bet I spent 5 minutes(which is a LONG time at that show) looking it over. I lost a few pics I had...including more of your car

    I wanted to flip through your book, but I never feel comfortable enough to do it. I am always afraid I will drop it on the car or scratch it up or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkM66
    It's a Nova, ;) . My wife always confuses them too.
    doh! I knew that! OMG how embarrasing.

    DHardison is going to beat my butt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAMAROBOY69
    That is the best way to post pics!!! Thumbnails like that. They are soo much easier and less time consuming. I really really appreciate all the great pics and the way you hosted them.
    Thanks! Dan Hardison (DHardison) told me about the software that does it. It is called graphicFX. It is freeware that creates everything you need in a little package, including the HTML pages. You just copy them to your webspace and link them to a page.

    http://fileforum.betanews.com/detail/1023047772/1

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    I figured you knew, and just weren't thinking, LOL.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kuhlryde
    doh! I knew that! OMG how embarrasing.

    DHardison is going to beat my butt.

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    Nice pix. Thanks, I missed out on some of those.
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    awesome, thanks

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    thanks for the pics, and someone finally got a pic of my car! (the prowler orange 72 chevelle on the last page)