New Classified Feature… & More!

New Classified Feature… & More!

Excuse the bullshit post. I damn near cut my finger off this morning and now I’m typing away on a keyboard drenched with blood using nine fingers and a… continue reading »

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Rod & Custom’s Greatest Covers of the 50s

Rod & Custom’s Greatest Covers of the 50s

Its still hard for me to accept that Rod & Custom is no more… Sure, I know the reasoning, the business and economic issues, etc., but what an amazing… continue reading »

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Sighting your first Hot Rod

Sighting your first Hot Rod

Before you knew it, it was there. Before you figured out what it was, it was gone. Whenever you watch footage or listen to tapes about folks spotting U.F.O.s… continue reading »

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So What’s Your Angle? And Why?

So What’s Your Angle? And Why?

Stance is a term thats come up on the Journal often because it’s critical to the successful look of a traditional rod or custom. If you took a… continue reading »

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The Bill Breece Coupe

The Bill Breece Coupe

Now this is cool… You know the Bill Breece coupe, right? Considered by many to be the best looking full-fendered deuce ever built, the Bill Breece coupe graced… continue reading »

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Frustrated Customizer: GM Designer Carl Renner

Frustrated Customizer: GM Designer Carl Renner

If you don’t recognize Carl’s name right away, that’s because Harley Earl often gets full credit for the entire GM Design Team’s work. If you think the first generation Corvette,… continue reading »

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F**ked In Argentina: Photos Of The Con

F**ked In Argentina: Photos Of The Con

Those of you that have read The Jalopy Journal #3 might be familiar with the last feature story in the book titled, “F**ked in Argentina.” Without doubt, that… continue reading »

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Westward Motion

Westward Motion

I usually write sitting in a chair. Now that chair is gone. In about a half hour, the same guy is coming back to take the desk too…. continue reading »

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