A Thouroughly Modern Car

Thursday, December 18, 2014
A Thouroughly Modern Car

The 1935 Ford was sometimes forgotten as the model year right after the ’34 Ford (last of the fenderless hot rods) and right before the often-customized 1936 Ford…. continue reading »

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Getting McGurk’s Mail

Friday, December 5, 2014
Getting McGurk’s Mail

My Dad passed away a few years ago, and I’m still digging through all of his automotive archives and ‘treasures’, if you will. I just found this McGurk… continue reading »

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Found: A 1934 Drag Coupe

Thursday, December 4, 2014
Found: A 1934 Drag Coupe

This past Sunday, “Flat Power” posted one hell of a find on the H.A.M.B.. Essentially, it’s a survivor… an old drag coupe with a lost history. And like anyone… continue reading »

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The Birth of the Gow?

Tuesday, December 2, 2014
The Birth of the Gow?

When did Hot Rodding begin? You’ve probably heard the saying that ‘racing began the day the second automobile was built’, but when did the humble hot rod as we… continue reading »

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The Goofy Shit On DiBiasse’s ’34

Wednesday, November 19, 2014
The Goofy Shit On DiBiasse’s ’34

A quickie out of New Jersey today… Bob DiBiasse built this beast in 1960 and the Yankees at Rodding & Restyling saw it fit for a feature in… continue reading »

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This Kid Has A Future…

Wednesday, November 5, 2014
This Kid Has A Future…

So an antique dealer I know runs across a 1960 Almquist catalog. He doesn’t know the first thing about hot rods, but appreciates old shit and buys it… continue reading »

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Deeper in the Goldmine: Bonneville in the 50s (Part II)

Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Deeper in the Goldmine: Bonneville in the 50s (Part II)

Don Palmer is man that obviously loves fast cars- He raced a hopped up Hudson at Bonneville, and participated in Sports Car, Go Kart and Drag Race events… continue reading »

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Trouble

Monday, October 20, 2014
Trouble

“We’re here,” the driver announced as he brought the Lincoln to a stop. The passengers peered out the windows at the series of metal hangars. It was a… continue reading »

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