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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To a ‘T’

Friday, June 20, 2014
To a ‘T’

‘T’ Buckets puzzle me. They make me think back to a saying that can be applied to almost anything — It’s simple to make something difficult, but it’s difficult… continue reading »

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5 Alternatives to 5 Spokes of 60s

Thursday, June 19, 2014
5 Alternatives to 5 Spokes of 60s

Ryan’s post got me thinking about all the amazing aftermarket wheels from Cragar, Raders, E-T’s or Astros… But what if you want to run a traditional 60s cast… continue reading »

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5-Spokes

Wednesday, June 18, 2014
5-Spokes

So I went to the L.A. Roadster Show this past weekend and I had planned on writing about the adventure this morning, but I left my camera and… continue reading »

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Don Waite’s ’29

Monday, June 16, 2014
Don Waite’s ’29

Being it’s roadster week and all… How about a quick feature of Don Waite’s ’29 as pictured in the September, 1962 issue of Hot Rod Magazine? It’s never… continue reading »

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The Legends are Passing.

Thursday, June 12, 2014
The Legends are Passing.

I stopped into Bruce Meyer’s amazing shop in Beverly Hills on Saturday and caught up with one of the coolest hot rod collectors in the world. After an… continue reading »

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Featured Classified

Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Featured Classified

I don’t do this very often, but I just can’t help myself… And the thing is, I’m not really an “early times” kind of guy. Even so, this… continue reading »

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