Hot Rods To Hell

Hot Rods To Hell

I’m working on a feature today andĀ just don’t have the time for a quality post. So, I decided that just the opposite was in order… “Hot Rods To… continue reading »

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Books for the Little Jalopy

Books for the Little Jalopy

You may have seen a few posts about select car books every self-respecting traditional hot rodder should own. Putting my little boy to bed last night, I thought… continue reading »

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The Rodder’s Journal Revival

The Rodder’s Journal Revival

The idea behind the Revival is a pretty simple one – put the quality found on the pages of The Rodder’s Journal onto the grass of the Pimlico… continue reading »

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The Simple Roadster

The Simple Roadster

This Deuce has been a favorite of mine for close to a decade. I first laid eyes on the sanitary roadster in the early 2000s as it basked… continue reading »

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The Milthorpe Ford V8 Special

The Milthorpe Ford V8 Special

Built in the town of Albury, Australia (NSW) in 1947, this boattail beauty sports some interesting (and striking) features. The chassis started life as a ’41 Ford, complete… continue reading »

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Tony Frenn’s 1947 Ford Convertible

Tony Frenn’s 1947 Ford Convertible

Recently, I’ve been attemptingĀ to get my kids caught up on the classic 1980’s era movies that I grew up on. Last week, we watched the Back To The… continue reading »

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Snoopy

Snoopy

So a guy hears of an old hot rod and then relentlessly pursues the lead. One thing leads to another which, in turn, leads to our hero in… continue reading »

Whitey Clayton & The BattleBirds

Whitey Clayton & The BattleBirds

Whitey’s name has popped up on the HAMB many times- He is most famous for his metal work forming the track nose and belly pan on Bill Niekamp’s… continue reading »

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