The Sands of Speed – Part II

The Sands of Speed – Part II

I just keep thinking about the beaches of Daytona and its significance as essentially the birth of Land Speed Racing in the US. It’s hard to believe that… continue reading »

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The B.B. Cabriolet

The B.B. Cabriolet

In early 2014, Bryan Bobrosky parked in a driveway belonging to an 88-year old retired auto shop teacher. At the other end of the driveway sat a modest garage. And in… continue reading »

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The Sands of Speed

The Sands of Speed

I just got back from “Americas Greatest Race”, the big 500 mile opener at Daytona Beach Florida. I’m not a big NASCAR fan per se, but seeing them… continue reading »

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Alfred A. Berton’s ’32 Cabriolet

Alfred A. Berton’s ’32 Cabriolet

A few months back, I posted about my infatuation with heavily chopped ’32 Ford cabriolets and asked you guys to post some of your favorites. “Harm’s Way” posted… continue reading »

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The Swingin’ Stances of San Bernardino

The Swingin’ Stances of San Bernardino

As the ‘60s progressed, the popularity of the nose-up look was rising. Everything from tube axles to wooden blocks hoisted front ends towards the sky. Whether it was… continue reading »

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Lego Hot Rods

Lego Hot Rods

I found the post by attitudor from Finland exactly 1 year ago today when he constructed a bitchin’ Big Daddy Ed Roth Mysterion tribute out of tiny bricks… continue reading »

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The Jean Sheppard ’40 Ford

The Jean Sheppard ’40 Ford

Here’s a pretty obscure old custom. I found it in the 1958 issue of Custom Cars Magazine. The car was built by Jean Sheppard out of Seattle, Washington in… continue reading »

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Mad Fabricators Volume 8

Mad Fabricators Volume 8

Has it already been 8 seasons of the Mad Fabricators? Yes indeed, Piero and the boys are up to no good once again. Ryan spoke of Volume 7 and… continue reading »

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