Perspective

Wednesday, March 8, 2017
Perspective

So that sleek aerodynamic form you see above belongs to the world famous T80. It was a Nazi Germany funded and Ferdinand Porsche designed land speed car that… continue reading »

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The Bill Faris ’38

Monday, March 6, 2017
The Bill Faris ’38

So Neil Emory had just finished up this ’38 Ford Cabriolet when Dean Batchelor dropped by. As far as I know, he snapped this one photo of the… continue reading »

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The Towering T

Friday, March 3, 2017
The Towering T

By now you’re probably thinking that I’m pushing a not-so-secret agenda to feature as many tall-T’s on here as I possibly can. While I cannot confirm or deny… continue reading »

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The Two-Bay Garage

Friday, February 24, 2017
The Two-Bay Garage

Junk mail is a phenomenon that we all have to come to terms with at some point during our time on this earth. There are people who have… continue reading »

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The NASCAR Units…

Wednesday, February 1, 2017
The NASCAR Units…

So it’s 1955 and Chevrolet’s Corvette has seen less than stellar sales figures since its introduction a couple of years earlier. At the same time, Bill France is… continue reading »

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A Vicious ‘Vette

Friday, January 13, 2017
A Vicious ‘Vette

Let’s turn things on their head and start this one with a cliché “Anyone can restore a car, but it takes a real man to cut one up.”… continue reading »

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2 Minutes Of Chuck Potvin

Wednesday, January 11, 2017
2 Minutes Of Chuck Potvin

Hey, you gotta couple of minutes? If so, why not spend them watching previously unpublished Potvin dragsters blasting down the quarter mile at Lion’s Drag Strip in 1958… continue reading »

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The Programs of Early Speed

Wednesday, January 4, 2017
The Programs of Early Speed

Over the weekend, I got an email from Randy Hernandez and, fortunately for us, he’s been digging through his dad’s stuff again. This time he came out of… continue reading »

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