A Thouroughly Modern Car

A Thouroughly Modern Car

The 1935 Ford was sometimes forgotten as the model year right after the ’34 Ford (last of the fenderless hot rods) and right before the often-customized 1936 Ford…. continue reading »

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Nick Cozzitorto’s ’52 F-100

Nick Cozzitorto’s ’52 F-100

We are running around like a bunch of damned chickens sans heads here at The Jalopy Journal Word HQ today. The act of shipping calendars rules the day,… continue reading »

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General Motors Technical Center – 1956

General Motors Technical Center – 1956

The first time I came to the GM Tech Center was well over a decade ago, and walking into the mid century lobby was like walking right into… continue reading »

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The 1953 H.A.M.B. Calendar Is Here!

The 1953 H.A.M.B. Calendar Is Here!

Earlier this weekend, I announced that the 1953 H.A.M.B. Calendars were available for sale and someone commented, “But wait, it’s not March yet!” Yeah, I know… It seems… continue reading »

A Lucky Creative Customs Christmas

A Lucky Creative Customs Christmas

It’s no secret that the Creative Customs XXX-Mas party is the place to be during the first weekend in December. Located in the depths of North St. Louis,… continue reading »

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Motor Mounting Madness: Hurst Catalog 1960

Motor Mounting Madness: Hurst Catalog 1960

Apologies ahead of time if the vintage catalog scans are getting boring, but I’ve really enjoyed sharing these treasures with you for a number of reasons. Mainly because these… continue reading »

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The Siegfried ’53

The Siegfried ’53

Excuse me, for I am about to get offensive here for a little bit… See, for some time I’ve equated four doors to fat chicks. The likeliness first struck me… continue reading »

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A Catalog from Cragar (1960)

A Catalog from Cragar (1960)

Still going through my father’s old mail-order speed catalogs, and there will be more to come, but I pulled up a really good one today… This one is… continue reading »

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