Just 1 Car Day in L.A.

Just 1 Car Day in L.A.

Lets face it, gearheads in Southern California are simply spoiled: They’ve got an abundance of sunshine, cool car shows seemingly every weekend, and lots of hot rods everywhere. Earlier… continue reading »

A Mysterious ’32 Roadster

A Mysterious ’32 Roadster

A couple of days ago, the above (and below) ’32 roadster was posted on Reddit by the owner’s son. Apparently, he is not a car guy so the image… continue reading »

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Richard Gregg’s 1950 Ford is Found!

Richard Gregg’s 1950 Ford is Found!

My buddy Tony Gomes at Tri-Valley Auto Glass has been doing top-notch custom car work for years. Little did he know he would recently stumble upon a classic… continue reading »

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Model Car Boxes… And A Break Of Sorts…

Model Car Boxes… And A Break Of Sorts…

So I was hoping today that I would be featuring my own coverage of the Hot Rod Hillclimb. It’s an event that I had been looking forward to… continue reading »

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Purpose Built

Purpose Built

Nothing beats purpose built. No frills, form-over-function, made to last. It doesn’t matter what it started as—it’s all about what it’s become. Through the years I’ve gained a… continue reading »

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Where did 20 years go?

Where did 20 years go?

Crazy how fast time flies by, isn’t it? I got a message from Alan, the man who owns Billetproof asking if I would come back to to the… continue reading »

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The McNeil Deuce Coupe

The McNeil Deuce Coupe

Thumb back to the July 1954 issue of Rod & Custom magazine and you’ll find a nice little article on Bob McNeil’s 1932 Ford three window coupe. (You… continue reading »

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Yes, I say this is very Hot Rod…

Yes, I say this is very Hot Rod…

A 1957 Lancia Aurelia? It’s not a hot rod as we know it, but it has indeed been ‘hot rodded in a traditional way’, and I personally dig this… continue reading »

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