Photos For My Friends @ rdc
Doing what I love to do - Click Here!
The truck was my 1996 freightliner - I drove it 1,500,000 miles before I got shed of it.
I as well, like to do this - look below!
I put the above car of mine on here to mess with David (Bush) because he hates
Ford race cars.
This particular car was a two time (back to back) west coast IMCA season points champion car.
Go ahead on with your bad self Bush, Click on the racer! - lol, lol, lol!
All it takes to win with a Ford is, more money Brother !
This photo is of the very first IMCA car I built. My daughter (Debo)
was the trophy girl for the track that night. Won it's first race ever entered.
I sponsored and built five identical cars like the one above for Ron "Sleepy"
one racing season. This particular racer won 15 main event shows in that season.
I built this car for the car owner (George & Gary Zarounian) and driver (Sleepy Tripp) in 1985.
Left to Right - Doc, my bud Smokey Yunick and Mike (oldest living Indy 500 official).
The children always loved me. Why? because I always brought
stuffed toys, t-shirts and candy to the tracks for them.
Doc's Convicted Child Offender Search Site - It's all Free - Check Your Neighborhood Now - Click Here!
The above photo is of my last pavement car. Money is all that kept me out of
a champion with this car. lol ! Whoever has the most money wins this game. 1992
My Mom & Dad with me at the Bellville Kansas Midget Nationals.
See that number on the racer, you only get that number after you won
the last years race. My Mom wanted a picture with her in the seat.
This particular racer was a Edmonds chassis with an Autocraft engine.
The above photo is my 1929 A Bone pick-up. In 1994 I drove this rig on my "Nashville Or Bust" tour. I had a tow bar for the front of the truck & a hitch on the rear of my 1991 Harley so I could set it up to pull the truck & trailer if the Model A Ford gave me trouble where I couldn't get parts to fix it. The truck was loaded down with 11 guitars, amps and other necessities to do roadside shows as well as the three television and seven radio shows that I done on this 42 day tour. It was a complete blast to say the least. I found the beauty of Paris, Texas while I was coming up north from my Mom's house after stopping by to visit with her on this tour.
Jimmy (1626 BT) you said you liked early 60's R&R music, well this is for you bud !
Above is a 45 rpm record my sisters and I cut in or
around 1964 I think.
This is the cover art for my up-coming new CD. The tracks will
consist of all
original tunes from my Father (Buddy Quinn) and I. It will be mostly all acoustic
with just a few electric guitar tracks.
Doc "MistaBluesman" Quinn has been at the Ground Zero Blues
in Clarksdale, MS. - See my name wrote on the door. lol ! Click Photo!
My daughter (Debo) on my 1951 Harley Chopper. I wrote
and recorded "Harley D Cadillacin".
96 in. Supercharged Harley with NOS
Great bar hopper - Click Photo !
This Harley would slip you off the seat with
it's low end torque. It was a great street racer.
My 1991 Harley.
This is the scoot I took on my Nashville Or Bust Tour in 1994.
I bought it new, rode it 8 miles and started rebuilding it as to bring
it back up with a nostalgia appearance.
Two of my pride and joys! 1991 Harley and my 1958 Ford
See the hitch on the back of my scooter that is for pulling my A Bone.
My Fathers last race car. That's him wearing the helmet.
That's him, (my Father) the smallest one with his arms crossed
standing on the car next to my grandma. They were on their
way from Texas to California to pick fruit for the farmers.
My Mother & Father - Click Here!
My Mothers Epiphone guitar was dang near as tall as I was when
I started playing the guitar.
I was six years old - 1955
Just tell the proprietor that you know me and charge your
paddles to me. I have an open account there!
Been there many, many times!
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