Gassers Meet At Lions

Wednesday, August 3, 2016
Gassers Meet At Lions

The H.A.M.B. Drags are getting damned close… I’m running around like a mad man and have very little time for any thing other than preparation. Given that, I thought… continue reading »

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Family Photo Album

Monday, August 1, 2016
Family Photo Album

I sat at home while both The Day of The Drags and The Lead Sled Spectacular went down in different parts of the country this weekend. I wanted… continue reading »

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Part I: Turbonique Roll Call

Friday, July 29, 2016
Part I: Turbonique Roll Call

Gone are the “Ozark Mule,” the “Sizzler,” and the “Black Widow,” all of which started life as machines destined to be driven on public streets by well-to-do citizens…. continue reading »

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Throwback…

Thursday, July 28, 2016
Throwback…

Once every couple of years, I get a wild hair up my ass and attempt to organize my photo collection. Well, it’s that time again… and right now,… continue reading »

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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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