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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2 Minutes Of Chuck Potvin

2 Minutes Of Chuck Potvin

Hey, you gotta couple of minutes? If so, why not spend them watching previously unpublished Potvin dragsters blasting down the quarter mile at Lion’s Drag Strip in 1958… continue reading »

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“The McConnell Story” Roadster

“The McConnell Story” Roadster

I’ve been trying to pull this post off for weeks, but keep getting thwarted by Warner Brothers. Have you ever seen the movie titled “The McConnell Story”? Essentially, it’s… continue reading »

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Pete Chapouris

Pete Chapouris

When Dr. Dan texted me last week and asked if the rumor was true, I had no idea what he was talking about. I then texted Jimmy Shine… continue reading »

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You’re Covered: Hot Rodding Magazines from 1945-1975

You’re Covered: Hot Rodding Magazines from 1945-1975

A hot rodder’s library is one of their most important tools. Books, magazines, newspapers, brochures, manuals, maps—it doesn’t really matter what it is; if it’s old and has… continue reading »

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The Rolling Laboratory…

The Rolling Laboratory…

The March 1953 issue of Hot Rod has a number of sweet rides featured in it, including Gordon Potter’s A Roadster cover car and the iconic Hirohata Mercury…. continue reading »

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