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#1466134 Mon Sep 12 2022 05:45 PM
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Phak1 Offline OP
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This past Friday, I attended the Adirondack National Car Show in Lake George, NY, and again didn’t disappoint. If you haven’t attended this show it one of the better ones in upstate NY. I’ve been attending this since the early 2000’s. It’s a four day event starting on Thursday and finishing on Sunday. Literally thousands of classic cars, hot rods and light trucks descend on this small upstate village to view and participate in this show. People line the streets in lawn chairs and bars coaxing the hot rods to do burnouts in-between the watchful eye of the local Law enforcement. Truly a great time. There was a great showing of “Stovebolts” at the show, and the show is so big that my wife and I have to limit our walking in order to see what we really want to see that I only took pictures of AD’S some TF and Art Deco trucks.

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It would be neat if some of the Stovebolt Collective were there. I see a GMC truck in the background! thumbs_up

Is it an annual event?

Looking for more pictures when you get a chance.

Wonder if a local news station covered it? That would be fun to see the crowd activity. grin


Peggy M
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Phak1 Offline OP
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It is an annual event and I’ve attended since the early 90’s and always a great show. Here is some more pictures.

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Phil
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‘59 235 w/hydraulic lifters
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This AD truck was unique in the fact that a corvette engine was mounted in the front of the bed. When I peaked in the engine compartment, I first thought it was electric.

Here is a link for coverage from a local paper.

[LINK] [poststar.com]

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Phil
Moderator, The Engine Shop & Interiors

1952 Chevrolet 3100
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‘59 235 w/hydraulic lifters
“Three on the Tree” & 4:11 torque tube
12v w/ Alternator
Joined: Feb 2019
Posts: 3,130
Phak1 Offline OP
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Phil
Moderator, The Engine Shop & Interiors

1952 Chevrolet 3100
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Stovebolt Gallery Forum

‘59 235 w/hydraulic lifters
“Three on the Tree” & 4:11 torque tube
12v w/ Alternator
Joined: Apr 2004
Posts: 4,311
'Bolter
Oh! Very good! Just what I was looking for.

Thanks.


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