Streamlined

Friday, November 7, 2014
Streamlined

When I think streamlined I think Jocko Johnson. I think of Stu Hilborn’s slippery lakester or Chet Herbert’s Beast III. Sometimes images of the Howard Cams wooden-nosed Twin… continue reading »

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5 Concept Cars Worth Recreating

Tuesday, October 28, 2014
5 Concept Cars Worth Recreating

George Barris was front and center at the Art Center Car Classic this past Sunday, waxing poetic about the glory days of building the Batmobile’s creation for the 1966… continue reading »

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Mid Century Mild Mercs…

Thursday, October 23, 2014
Mid Century Mild Mercs…

I loved Ryan’s post on the Mild Custom ’56 Mercury of Larry White. Those that have read my ramblings for a while know that I favor the ‘less… continue reading »

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A Mild ’56 Merc

Wednesday, October 22, 2014
A Mild ’56 Merc

It will come as no surprise to anybody who has ever actually worked for a living when I say that every business has its fast days and its… continue reading »

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Style

Monday, October 13, 2014
Style

There are some things that nobody needs in this world, and a homely preacher’s daughter is definitely not one of them. That’s how Jack had it figured anyhow…… continue reading »

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A Very Fine Line For ’39

Thursday, October 9, 2014
A Very Fine Line For ’39

You ever luck out with accidentally finding something cool you never knew you had in the first place? I was thumbing through a few Fawcett Hot Rod Books… continue reading »

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Glen Hooker’s 1939 Mercury Convertible

Thursday, October 2, 2014
Glen Hooker’s 1939 Mercury Convertible

This beautiful Valley Customs creation has popped up a few times in HAMB posts by Rikster on channeling and period-correct 40s Customs, but I don’t know if there has ever… continue reading »

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Marge Bailon’s Tri-Five Pickup

Thursday, September 25, 2014
Marge Bailon’s Tri-Five Pickup

It’s only natural to close out the week with a look at Marge Bailon’s 1955 Chevy. Much like our other subjects, her husband Joe started with a lowly… continue reading »

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