Widegren’s Speed Shop

Widegren’s Speed Shop

These videos were made 6 years ago, but somehow I just came across them. Widegren’s Speed Shop is located in Bissingen, Germany (essentially a tiny town between Mercedes, BMW, Porsche, and… continue reading »

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The Utility of Simplicity

The Utility of Simplicity

I’ve been meaning to write this post for a while… You remember when I did a little mini-feature on Ben’s ’32 pickup, right? For all intents and purposes, it’s a… continue reading »

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The Classic Deuce Roadster

The Classic Deuce Roadster

It’s not ofter that an early 50s-era Deuce roadster cover car is never spoken of again, but that’s apparently what has happened to Ivano Daini’s super clean ’32 Ford roadster…. continue reading »

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The Bonneville Nationals, 1950

The Bonneville Nationals, 1950

So it’s been a few years since we’ve actually had a Bonneville Nationals. I’ve been thinking a lot about that lately and started wondering to myself what year… continue reading »

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A Roadster from the Twilight Zone

A Roadster from the Twilight Zone

Sprouted from the middle ground between light and shadow, rooted somewhere between science and superstition we have a roadster from the dimension of imagination we call the “Twilight… continue reading »

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The Worlds Smallest V8 Motor…

The Worlds Smallest V8 Motor…

The skills of a real Machinist blow me away… I simply do not possess the patience or the know-how to fabricate tiny precise parts from raw materials, let alone making them work… continue reading »

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Law Defying Hot Rod Coverage

Law Defying Hot Rod Coverage

The sun was getting ready to set, so we headed out in Brian’s roadster, my F100 and Ben’s pickup in a fighting line formation. Flying drones over public… continue reading »

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Up From Clay: A Car is Born (1959)

Up From Clay: A Car is Born (1959)

It’s easy to forget at times what a mega-powerhouse GM was in the 1950s, let alone the rest of the Detroit Big Three, which together claimed 94% of… continue reading »

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