Here’s some video from the 2019 SWMO Hot Rod Hundred! Now, if you were a supporter on the Royboy Patreon page you would have seen this yesterday, just a perk that comes to those that help put gas in the tank so that I can make it to the next event.
Sorry for the delay getting this out! Below you’ll find the video coverage I shot at the 2018 Hot Rod Hill Climb, enjoy!
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I’ve been sitting on this footage for awhile, well since the two events themselves. But I knew a day like this would come when I needed to have something in my back pocket. The problem was I never got around to combining the footage into two videos until now. So, sorry for the late post today but I’ve been waiting for the videos to upload to Youtube so that I could post them here. I hope you enjoy them, I’ve also been working on getting my next Motornation video ready so be on the lookout for that.
This kool Caddy first caught my eye a few years ago at the KKOA Leadsled Spectacular in Salina, KS. Since then I’ve seen it repeatedly and even parked next to it in the Kustom City Display this year at the Starbird-Devlin Show in Wichita. I dig it. Every time I take a photo of the car, I dig it more. This car just works for me. So I called up it’s owner and builder Larry James of Flyin Eye Kreations in Wichita, KS and I ran down to his new shop location and we shot this video where he tells a bit of the history of the car. Enjoy!
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Finally Episode 3 is ready! Changing up the format a bit for this one, I stripped away the intro and just left the feature. Way back in 2012 I shot this video at RynoBuilt’s shop in SW Missouri. Since then the truck was finished, we shot it for a magazine and it was featured as the February 2014 cover on Classic Trucks Magazine (order a copy here).
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Thanks Ryno for letting me shoot the truck for the magazine and for this video! Everyone go follow Ryno on Facebook to keep up to date on what he’s working on.
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A couple of years ago I came up with the idea to do car features in video form. For some of you that have been following for awhile, you’ve seen these before. For the new folks take a few minutes and hopefully enjoy!
The concept is simple, get the car owner on camera telling the story of the ride. Unfortunately it is a time consuming process and time is what I don’t have much of. So…. there are 2 to date. I am planning on releasing a 3rd one next week (a year after I meant to release it). And hopefully more will follow. Feature videos are the perfect way to capture your memories of your favorite ride to remember for the rest of your life and pass on to future generations.
If you’d like to inquire about having a Feature Video created for your ride, use the contact form here to get a hold of me.
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It’s been awhile since I’ve released a new video. I have the footage shot for 2 more but I’m waiting to time their release with those vehicles feature articles in magazines. Until then and for the new people here are the first two.
Episode 1 is all about the car that is featured in the Limited Edition Poster #1. Episode 1:Jack Marinelli tells the story behind his historic hot rod. A 29 Model A on 32 frame with a 46 drivetrain, this hot rod was build in the mid 50’s and sits today almost exactly the way it did then. This car is no enclosed trailer princess that sits in a museum, it is driven, and driven like it’s stolen. Music by Pushrod www.pushrodengage.com This episode sponsored by www.straykatkustoms.com
Episode 2: Jeff Myers (owner of Premier Body & Paint in Arkansas City, KS) takes us for a ride in his Custom 63 Galaxie and tells the story of the car and it’s build. Music by The Rumblejetts www.rumblejetts.com
More videos on the way as the vehicles near their publication dates! Stay tuned and I’ll see you at a show!
I’ve been blessed to meet some great folks in my travels around the midwest attending car shows from Austin to Chicago. So about a year back I decided that I wanted to feature some of the great people and their vehicles in a way that photographs alone couldn’t do. So in August the first video was released of Yblock292’s 29 Roadster. A bit behind schedule here is the 2nd video, this time of Finkd (Jeff Myers) beautiful mild custom 63 Ford Galaxie.
Jeff has become a great friend and was nice enough to take me and the camera for a ride to explain all about the car. I hope you enjoy it!
Jeff’s Arkansas City, KS based shop Premier Body & Paint is a H.A.M.B. Alliance Vendor so if you need some work done, make sure to join and let him know you’re a member! Music in this one was provided by my buddies The Rumblejetts, make sure to support them as well.
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A few months ago it became apparent that a new feature needed to be added to Royboy Productions. Photos do a good job of conveying the car show experience but something else was needed. Starting at the end of 2011 video was captured of a few really cool cars, interviews shot with the owner or builder explaining the cars in their own words, in their own voice. This is episode number 1. I hope you enjoy it!