’32 Sedan Update

’32 Sedan Update

Woke up this morning to a sick wife and a new appreciation to everything she’s got to get done before 8am. And now I’m sitting here without a… continue reading »

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Found

Found

Walking up to the curb, I saw power tools and wooden shelves. New signs, old posters and light fixtures on folding tables. “CONTRACTOR’S SPECIAL” a cardboard box boasted… continue reading »

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Small Mills can be Big Fun…

Small Mills can be Big Fun…

A buddy and I were talking about horsepower potential of the Cadillac 331 in my Roadster, and he used the old performance saying, “There’s no replacement for displacement”. He went… continue reading »

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Here’s to the Disrupters…

Here’s to the Disrupters…

There is an inherent danger in building an authentic ‘traditional style’ hot rod, attempting to make something as period correct as possible: It comes with a lot of… continue reading »

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The Euro Deuce

The Euro Deuce

There are people out there that never got the message about rugged individualism making some drastic adjustments in these hyper-neurotic times. These are the guys that are too mature… continue reading »

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The Price of Speed…

The Price of Speed…

We all love our old cars for a variety of reasons; How they look, how they sound, etc. Its safe to say we also love to drive and maybe… continue reading »

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A Vicious ‘Vette

A Vicious ‘Vette

Let’s turn things on their head and start this one with a cliché “Anyone can restore a car, but it takes a real man to cut one up.”… continue reading »

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The Hot Rods of Pete Chapouris

The Hot Rods of Pete Chapouris

I’m still getting over the fact we’ve lost Pete. He was a very important part of the rebirth of traditional style hot rods in my early years, and his PC3G… continue reading »

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