A Real Dark Green Deuce Roadster

A Real Dark Green Deuce Roadster

There are plenty of ‘unsung’ hot rods from the 50s, that were well-built, extremely stylish, or successful in competition, but got no press coverage and eventually became forgotten. What’s really… continue reading »

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The ’40/41 Pickup

The ’40/41 Pickup

So this week I scheduled to run a feature of Brian Auderer’s roadster… But the thing is, it has been raining here for like ten days or more…. continue reading »

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The Cool Hot Rod (1953)… Now in COLOR!

The Cool Hot Rod (1953)… Now in COLOR!

There’s only so many 50s era full-length hot rod films out there, and if your like me, there’s a good chance you’ve watched most of them at least a… continue reading »

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Ken Atkinson – A Texas Hero

Ken Atkinson – A Texas Hero

Ken Atkinson was a god damned hero. Seriously. Back in the 1950’s, Texas wasn’t exactly known as a hot bed for hot rodding. For whatever reason, the cars coming… continue reading »

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Red, Green, Silver and Gold

Red, Green, Silver and Gold

You hear them first. Deep in the trees, spark meets fuel and cylinders to rap like gods pounding on the atmosphere’s door. Popping turns to howling, then snarling…. continue reading »

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Odd But Compelling Choices…

Odd But Compelling Choices…

We have quite a huge range of choices when it comes to building an traditional custom car- The body type, color of the paint, the wheels, stance, amount of chrome… continue reading »

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Channeled Perfection

Channeled Perfection

Back in 2011, my attorney and I went out east for the Jalopyrama car show. The trip ended up being a nightmare of paranoid blunders and the kind… continue reading »

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Four Cool Trucks of the 50s…

Four Cool Trucks of the 50s…

The story of Ryan’s truck being ‘Hit by a Bullitt’ reminded me of the beauty of pure classic pick up design. To the Detroit manufacturers, the personal truck has… continue reading »

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