Car Craft “Grab Bag” Part 1: Custom License Backets

Thursday, August 27, 2015
Car Craft “Grab Bag” Part 1: Custom License Backets

Obviously I’ve been on a ‘little pages’ kick for a little while, but bear with me, I think there are some gems to be discovered. Case in point… continue reading »

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Detroit vs. the Customizers

Thursday, August 20, 2015
Detroit vs. the Customizers

Below is a great article from the June 1956 issue of Rod & Custom where the question was put forward, “Who’s Copying Whom?” Were Detroit designers getting all… continue reading »

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Did the Right Car Win?

Tuesday, August 18, 2015
Did the Right Car Win?

I recently got home from the Pebble Beach weekend and I was completely wiped out– It was 4 straight days of cool cars, fun events, and many good buddies all… continue reading »

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The Muddy and Mild Merc!

Tuesday, August 11, 2015
The Muddy and Mild Merc!

Here’s a tale of woe for you gents- Long before the invention of a “Carfax”, let alone the internet, it was much harder to track the complete history of a… continue reading »

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A Rare Business Coupe: The Adamson ’42

Tuesday, August 4, 2015
A Rare Business Coupe: The Adamson ’42

Somehow this super rare 1942 Ford has eluded much mention in recent years, despite being a very cool custom (’42 models were the lowest production year since 1910, and… continue reading »

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The Half & Half ’36 Ford

Tuesday, July 28, 2015
The Half & Half ’36 Ford

The October ’54 issue of Rod & Custom features a ’36 Ford Roadster that I’ve never seen before or since… But maybe thats be cause it’s not completely an… continue reading »

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Another Day, Another 1939 Custom

Monday, July 20, 2015
Another Day, Another 1939 Custom

So, I’m getting ready to go on the road for a week… As I prepare to do so, I’m trying to load up on feature posts for when… continue reading »

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C.A. Hall Auto Top Shop: A Mysterious ’39 Lincoln

Thursday, July 16, 2015
C.A. Hall Auto Top Shop: A Mysterious ’39 Lincoln

So I was cruising old and outdated websites and came across this one. Essentially, it’s a single page job that recites the history of the C.A. Hall Auto… continue reading »

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