Pre-War Midgets on the Boards…

Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Pre-War Midgets on the Boards…

Hot rodding and American auto racing both owe quite a bit to the open-wheeled midget. Midgets were the gateway that could eventually lead to Indy, or alternatively the dry… continue reading »

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Just ‘A’ Comp Coupe

Thursday, July 17, 2014
Just ‘A’ Comp Coupe

Now and again, I sift through pictures that I have stored through the years with thoughts of sharing them with you all. More often than not, I fill… continue reading »

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A Good Sport

Wednesday, July 16, 2014
A Good Sport

As I mindlessly weaved through traffic earlier this week with a few buddies of mine, we passed by a used car dealership of sorts. It was a pretty… continue reading »

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The other Toledo Terrors

Friday, July 11, 2014
The other Toledo Terrors

Around this time last year, a giddy fella with a big idea approached a colleague of mine. As I listened intently from across the room, I heard him… continue reading »

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Hot Rods and Hailstones – Bonneville ’54

Tuesday, July 8, 2014
Hot Rods and Hailstones – Bonneville ’54

If you haven’t checked your calendar lately, we are rapidly approaching another Speed Week (August 9 – 15). That means you might be making your plans to attend… continue reading »

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The Return Of Tweety Bird

Monday, June 30, 2014
The Return Of Tweety Bird

A few years back, I posted about a little hot rod from Austin, TX that was featured in both Hot Rod Magazine as well as Rodding & Restyling in… continue reading »

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The Power of a Freight Train

Friday, June 27, 2014
The Power of a Freight Train

A wise man once spilled some words about never underestimating the strength of oceans or the danger of freight trains. They have power. They have size. And most importantly,… continue reading »

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How do you Spread the Traditional Hot Rod Gospel?

Thursday, June 26, 2014
How do you Spread the Traditional Hot Rod Gospel?

That is the Jalopy Journal mission statement, right? “Spreading the gospel of traditional hot rods and customs to hoodlums worldwide.”  In all honesty, I try to engage not… continue reading »

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