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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Bonneville 1957-60: More Treasure

Tuesday, December 29, 2015
Bonneville 1957-60: More Treasure

Hope you enjoyed the last installment of the amazing vintage Bonneville pictures of Bill Hewitt, which are now in the care of the Revs Institute Digital Library. Bill’s photos are such an embarrassment of… continue reading »

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The Lew Thompson Coupe

Wednesday, December 9, 2015
The Lew Thompson Coupe

The Lew Thompson coupe was arguably the first Rod & Custom Magazine cover car. I say “arguably,” because the first issue of R&C was actually published in May… continue reading »

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Lost & Found: The Barris Continental Mark II

Monday, November 23, 2015
Lost & Found: The Barris Continental Mark II

If you’ve followed the recent story of George’s 1956 Mark II, it was pretty much off the radar until January of last year when it popped up on… continue reading »

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What Galaxie are you from?

Thursday, October 29, 2015
What Galaxie are you from?

I loved the Tardel “Yard Find” Galaxie post from yesterday… It got me thinking how cool the big Fords of the early 60s really were. The Galaxie was… continue reading »

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Time for a Commercial break…

Tuesday, October 13, 2015
Time for a Commercial break…

Lets mix it up a bit today and check out some Commercial vehicles from the 30s and 40s- Art Deco tanker trucks, moving vans, beer wagons, and other pieces of rolling sculpture. It’s… continue reading »

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