Draw the Line

Friday, July 15, 2016
Draw the Line

Mild to wild, take your pick. Wild will bring in the attention, but will it grow old? These questions can be applied to pretty much any aspect of… continue reading »

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Art Chrisman’s Solid Sedan

Thursday, July 14, 2016
Art Chrisman’s Solid Sedan

When you list out the top 1936 Ford model choices for an early traditional Custom, you might start with the rakish Roadster, 3 or 5 window coupe, perhaps even the… continue reading »

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The Jimmie Vaughan Flathead

Wednesday, July 13, 2016
The Jimmie Vaughan Flathead

So Rex Rods is jam packed at the moment – the Mearns Coupe is in final assembly, the Side-project Coupe is at upholstery, and the 409-34 is still… continue reading »

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Bruce Glenn’s ’39 Ford- Early Post War Custom

Thursday, July 7, 2016
Bruce Glenn’s ’39 Ford- Early Post War Custom

The May ’54 issue of Rod & Custom has a feature called ‘Beating Detroit to the Punch’ about the Bruce Glenn Ford built by Harry “Westyguard” (yes, they really… continue reading »

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Four Cool Trucks of the 50s…

Tuesday, May 17, 2016
Four Cool Trucks of the 50s…

The story of Ryan’s truck being ‘Hit by a Bullitt’ reminded me of the beauty of pure classic pick up design. To the Detroit manufacturers, the personal truck has… continue reading »

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MT Cover Car: Joe Urritta’s ’41 Ford

Thursday, May 12, 2016
MT Cover Car: Joe Urritta’s ’41 Ford

If you love early Barris Kustoms, then your likely aware of Joe Urritta’s amazing 1941 Ford two-door Sedan. Donned in an extremely long padded top (it’s not actually a… continue reading »

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Half-Ton Heaven

Tuesday, May 10, 2016
Half-Ton Heaven

If you’ve read these posts for any amount of time, you might know that I dig 50s shop trucks, station wagons, sedan deliveries, panel trucks, and anything else that fits the dual-purpose… continue reading »

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A Little Custom

Friday, May 6, 2016
A Little Custom

That’s cute. It’s a phrase we’ve all heard at some point. In a non-automotive context it can range anywhere from sincere to downright demeaning, but as far as… continue reading »

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