El Guapo Grande,

Wow! I missed this Humongous event, but only through the generosity of you and the others,  was I able to participate! In your video, a couple of things stand out: Y’all like your drinks 🍷 .... and really,  it all just looks like a genuine group of good people who love these little tubs. Gotta make it next year. Jim, may your jets stay clean, your fan keep spinnin’ and your oil stay as cool as you Bro. 

God Bless,

Brian

Wow----another Musbjim production---each better than the previous ones!  The use of 'Foggy Mountain Breakdown" cars ripped through the twisty dirt roads was genius.  Thanks for all you do for the SOC, Jimmy!

Jack Crosby posted:

Wow----another Musbjim production---each better than the previous ones!  The use of 'Foggy Mountain Breakdown" cars ripped through the twisty dirt roads was genius.  Thanks for all you do for the SOC, Jimmy!

Great song. Earl has some talented friends:

Earl Scruggs, banjo - Glen Duncan, fiddle - Randy Scruggs, acoustic guitar - Steve Martin, 2nd banjo solo - Vince Gill, 1st electric guitar solo - Marty Stuart, mandolin - Gary Scruggs, harmonica - Albert Lee, 2nd electric guitar solo - Paul Shaffer, piano - Jerry Douglas, dobro - Leon Russell, organ - Glenn Worf, bass - Harry Stinson, drums

El Guapo, excellent job..ordinarily when I hear banjos I get real cautious, in this case it was perfect.. Glad to see one of our Nam bros Vinnie is alive/kickin and raising hell..

I started to watch the video but it was in Spanish... where do I change the language settings? 

My mouth literally fell open watching Cory and Ryan going off road. You two are still crazy. 

Awesome footage. The crowd looks bitter than ever.  Glad to see everyone still having so much fun with this trip.

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Another incredible "Pineapple Head Production"!  Great job Jim and all the contributors to another great capture of the essence of the WCC! 

@MusbJim-

Really, truly excellent!

@Robert M (and everybody else who organized this)-

That looks like serious fun!

I was at the 2nd SoCal "Replica Rendezvous" in Orange County in 2005 (about 1000 years ago). All I can say is that the "best coast" SOC event has improved markedly in the 15 years that have passed since then. You gentlemen do it right.

Last edited by Stan Galat

Wow! Just WOW!

I have got to make it to the west coast for this cruise someday.

Terrific job on the video Jim! As usual!

Kudos to Cory and Ryan for taking their beautiful cars off road. And to the driver of that GMC SUV for patiently waiting for you all to clear the parking lot. Not sure we'd see that back here! ;-)

Paul

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