Goodbye, Walt’s Walls

Friday, February 27, 2015
Goodbye, Walt’s Walls

Sometime in the spring of 2013 I slid out of the Detroit suburbs and paid a visit to Walt’s Auto Supply. For close to an hour, I walked… continue reading »

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The Sands of Speed – Part II

Thursday, February 26, 2015
The Sands of Speed – Part II

I just keep thinking about the beaches of Daytona and its significance as essentially the birth of Land Speed Racing in the US. It’s hard to believe that… continue reading »

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The B.B. Cabriolet

Wednesday, February 25, 2015
The B.B. Cabriolet

In early 2014, Bryan Bobrosky parked in a driveway belonging to an 88-year old retired auto shop teacher. At the other end of the driveway sat a modest garage. And in… continue reading »

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The Sands of Speed

Tuesday, February 24, 2015
The Sands of Speed

I just got back from “Americas Greatest Race”, the big 500 mile opener at Daytona Beach Florida. I’m not a big NASCAR fan per se, but seeing them… continue reading »

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Alfred A. Berton’s ’32 Cabriolet

Monday, February 23, 2015
Alfred A. Berton’s ’32 Cabriolet

A few months back, I posted about my infatuation with heavily chopped ’32 Ford cabriolets and asked you guys to post some of your favorites. “Harm’s Way” posted… continue reading »

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Lakeside Auto

Friday, February 13, 2015
Lakeside Auto

I wasn’t thinking about hot rod history when I pulled onto Richmond’s Lakeside Avenue last summer. My mind was split into two camps — where’s Roy’s Big Burger and… continue reading »

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Across the Pond and Back Again.

Thursday, February 12, 2015
Across the Pond and Back Again.

Another story about drag racing in England? Geesh… Well, before you roll your eyes, this is a thoroughly American racing story. This Bay Area drag car went around… continue reading »

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The Early Jet Cars (Again)

Wednesday, February 11, 2015
The Early Jet Cars (Again)

Today, we relive January 18, 2008 – That’s the day I originally ran this article. Hard to believe that was over seven years ago… But I wanted to… continue reading »

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