My Favorite late 50s Family Wagons

My Favorite late 50s Family Wagons

I’ve rambled on about the unique 2 door wagons of the 50s many times, as a family man and ’57 Safari owner, I do love the Park Lane,… continue reading »

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The Goofy Shit On DiBiasse’s ’34

The Goofy Shit On DiBiasse’s ’34

A quickie out of New Jersey today… Bob DiBiasse built this beast in 1960 and the Yankees at Rodding & Restyling saw it fit for a feature in… continue reading »

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1958’s Finest Four

1958’s Finest Four

The previous post of 1957’s most successful automotive designs leads me up next to an interesting year of profound styling change- 1958. Some very pretty models got just plain… continue reading »

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The First Time Von Dutch Screwed Me

The First Time Von Dutch Screwed Me

I grew up around race cars and racing… My dad was the team doctor for VDS racing and I tagged along with him to well over 100 CART series… continue reading »

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The “Physchedelic Parrot”

The “Physchedelic Parrot”

Green fades to red, which mixes with orange and blends with yellow. Each panel acts as its own canvas with candies misted atop pearls and fogged over ‘flakes…. continue reading »

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All the Other Cars of 1957

All the Other Cars of 1957

The 1957 Chevrolet, for good or for bad, has become so ubiquitous with classic cars the 50s, that it seems to be *the only* old car that many common… continue reading »

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Kipper’s ’36 Ford Build Thread

Kipper’s ’36 Ford Build Thread

Tardel hardly ever posts on the HAMB, but he is an avid lurker… and last night, we were bullshitting about build threads on the forum. While doing so,… continue reading »

Back from SEMA in one piece

Back from SEMA in one piece

I made the mistake of trying to do the entire SEMA show in just ONE day this year: From the Vegas Convention Center doors opening at 9 am… continue reading »

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