Got a late start, had a hard time getting up.
Got to the swinging bridges as last car left, but got some interesting vid I'll post from FB.
And pumpkin cave
Nice pictures! Thank you.
Any St. Louis people there, George?
Not that I recognized Dick, Just checked the roster none from StL.
More and more pics.
I have more to come
An unusual fordor, nice but hmm ???
Hmm, Model A front end with juice brakes ??
Then I went back and saw dual exhaust ?? Went to the front to see how the exhaust attached, looked under the pass. front fender . Wait one second ? Whats that starter meter doing there ?? What kind of engine is this guy using ???
How did this guy sneak into the Tour ???
Some blood was spilt on this tour
Last batch fellas !!
This afternoon the group went on a little Lake Cruise.
And I missed the boat (not really). Wish I had my car up for the tour.
Gene & Kay . Gemmill and Bob & Susan Stone put on a great tour this year, but then again they have always put on great tours over the last ten years.
If you haven't been on a Hillbilly Tour , you should at least go on one. Always great memories.
There were 48 cars this year, only two cancellations. Many states were here. Hats off to the great people of the Heart of the Ozark Club and their many volunteers. GOOD JOB FOLKS !!
Thanks again George.
We have been on 3 Hillbilly tours.
Lot of fun.
Thank you George! I enjoyed all the pictures. And the commentaries also.
Thanks George, good pictures. You represent Missourah well.
Very sorry we could make this Hill Billy Tour after being on so many. Anyway the engine in question is a Ford flathead 60 HP out of late 30s Ford car. They were used in midgets back in the day.
Flatheads Forever !!!
Looks like a fun tour and many beautiful cars.