An Index of Rod & Custom Magazine

Tuesday, July 26, 2016
An Index of Rod & Custom Magazine

This is the work of a mad man. Essentially, it’s an index of Rod & Custom Magazine features from May of 1953 until May of 1974. Each entry… continue reading »

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Art Chrisman & The Hustler

Wednesday, July 20, 2016
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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OG Bell 4-Spoke

Monday, July 18, 2016
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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Bruce Glenn’s ’39 Ford- Early Post War Custom

Thursday, July 7, 2016
Bruce Glenn’s ’39 Ford- Early Post War Custom

The May ’54 issue of Rod & Custom has a feature called ‘Beating Detroit to the Punch’ about the Bruce Glenn Ford built by Harry “Westyguard” (yes, they really… continue reading »

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Lions Dragstrip – 1960

Wednesday, July 6, 2016
Lions Dragstrip – 1960

A few weeks ago I teased a film provided by Junji Nakamura. Today, we look at some of his footage taken at Lions Drag Strip in 1960. Think about… continue reading »

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1950s Drag Strip film in Color

Tuesday, July 5, 2016
1950s Drag Strip film in Color

I’m pretty darn sure this clip has been posted on the HAMB at some point, but it worth the risk posting it again if I’m wrong. After all, this… continue reading »

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The Bonneville Nationals, 1950

Monday, June 20, 2016
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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I Married Joan – 1953

Monday, June 13, 2016
I Married Joan – 1953

I Married Joan was a situational comedy that aired on NBC from 1953 until it was cancelled in 1955. Most regard the sitcom as a failure both from… continue reading »

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