A Night at Roy’s Shop

A Night at Roy’s Shop

It’s really good thing when you get invited to Roy Brizio’s South San Francisco shop for a ‘car guy’ dinner. Its even a better deal when Roy himself spends the… continue reading »

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Art Chrisman & The Hustler

Art Chrisman & The Hustler

So last week we lost an absolute legend in Art Chrisman. I posted what typically gets posted when someone passes – niceties and condolences. Frankly, I was just… continue reading »

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Pet Speed Secrets (of 1952)

Pet Speed Secrets (of 1952)

Fawcett Book #156 (How To Build HOT RODS) has been the gold mine that keeps on giving, through articles on racing classes, chopping, and more. One gem I forgot… continue reading »

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OG Bell 4-Spoke

OG Bell 4-Spoke

A few weeks ago, I was laying in bed watching LeBron get his when my phone rang. “R.C. this is Stevo… A guy I know just called and… continue reading »

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Draw the Line

Draw the Line

Mild to wild, take your pick. Wild will bring in the attention, but will it grow old? These questions can be applied to pretty much any aspect of… continue reading »

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Art Chrisman’s Solid Sedan

Art Chrisman’s Solid Sedan

When you list out the top 1936 Ford model choices for an early traditional Custom, you might start with the rakish Roadster, 3 or 5 window coupe, perhaps even the… continue reading »

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The Jimmie Vaughan Flathead

The Jimmie Vaughan Flathead

So Rex Rods is jam packed at the moment – the Mearns Coupe is in final assembly, the Side-project Coupe is at upholstery, and the 409-34 is still… continue reading »

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So Long Art…

So Long Art…

We lost a good one fellas… I was never fortunate enough to talk to Art one-on-one, but always dreamed of doing so. By all accounts, he was a… continue reading »

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