The Wee T

Tuesday, April 5, 2016
The Wee T

Thumb to the back of the July 1955 issue of Car Craft and you’ll find a short 2 page article on a very sweet little Model T Roadster… continue reading »

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Nix Racing Footage

Thursday, March 24, 2016
Nix Racing Footage

So this popped up on Vimeo recently… Essentially, it’s a family video published by the Nix family covering all kinds or racing action from OKC Raceway, Green Valley,… continue reading »

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The Tragic Tale of the ‘City of Salt Lake’…

Tuesday, March 8, 2016
The Tragic Tale of the ‘City of Salt Lake’…

August 1st, 1960: Athol Graham strapped into his home-built racer, the ‘City of Salt Lake’, and told his wife Zeldine, “See you at the other end.” She replied,… continue reading »

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Fred Larsen’s Roadster

Monday, March 7, 2016
Fred Larsen’s Roadster

The image above has always haunted me… I found it in an early issue of “How To Build Hot Rods” that was published in 1952. The owner of the car,… continue reading »

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Building A Hot Rod… 1949

Monday, February 29, 2016
Building A Hot Rod… 1949

Back in the 1990’s and early 2000’s, I had a habit of calling Wally Parks and pestering him with questions regarding the publishing industry, his knowledge of it, and… continue reading »

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The Full-Fendered Flyer

Tuesday, February 2, 2016
The Full-Fendered Flyer

Flashback 58 years ago with me, to the January 1958 issue of Hot Rod magazine. Behold the sweetest full-fendered ’34 Ford coupe to ever hit the salt lake, owned… continue reading »

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The Ed Pink ’36 Coupe

Sunday, January 24, 2016
The Ed Pink ’36 Coupe

So… I have jury duty tomorrow morning. If those in charge have any sense of responsibility at all, they will see straight away that I’m the last guy that… continue reading »

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Sig Haugdahl & The Wisconsin Special

Thursday, January 7, 2016
Sig Haugdahl & The Wisconsin Special

You may have heard of Sig Haugdahl the ‘Flying Norwegian’ and his Rocket Car, which was discussed on the HAMB some time ago. However, the car that is probably… continue reading »

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