Marge Bailon’s Tri-Five Pickup

Marge Bailon’s Tri-Five Pickup

It’s only natural to close out the week with a look at Marge Bailon’s 1955 Chevy. Much like our other subjects, her husband Joe started with a lowly… continue reading »

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Love for the Push Truck…

Love for the Push Truck…

Somehow we’ve gotten on this Shoebox Pickup conversion thread, but I maintain my original statement: The early 50s Ford F-1  push truck look is still the closest commercial… continue reading »

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Horace Davi’s Shoebox Pickup

Horace Davi’s Shoebox Pickup

So yesterday Jay dropped Richard Gregg’s custom shoebox pickup and today, I’ve decided to follow with Horace Davi’s iteration of the same. In 1954, Horace went to Joe Bailon… continue reading »

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Richard Gregg’s Shoebox Pickup

Richard Gregg’s Shoebox Pickup

If I had to pick between the two choices, I’d probably take an F1 shop truck over a ’57 Ranchero or ’59 El Camino. Maybe I just like the… continue reading »

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Breaking Bad

Breaking Bad

I have very dim memories of Tim Sutton’s call. Less than five hours earlier, I had passed out very suddenly in the bathtub after watching something like 132 straight… continue reading »

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Yesterday’s Modern Rod

Yesterday’s Modern Rod

The nation was heading in a strange direction in 1966. War, riots and the imminent rise of the muscle car were on the horizon. Despite the weight of… continue reading »

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The Humble Rumble: An A on A Rails.

The Humble Rumble: An A on A Rails.

Flipping through my Hot Rod Trend Books or Don Montgomery “Hot Rod” series from time to time usually reveals new details about exactly how roadsters were built in… continue reading »

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Hot Rods To Hell

Hot Rods To Hell

I’m working on a feature today and just don’t have the time for a quality post. So, I decided that just the opposite was in order… “Hot Rods To… continue reading »

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