Doo-Doo Brown

Wednesday, February 4, 2015
Doo-Doo Brown

I think it was 2010 (checked and yep!)… Joyo, Silva, and I hauled out my ’39 sedan to the Prune Orchard to get a lesson from Keith Tardel… continue reading »

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Paul Hatton’s “Wild Wagon”

Friday, January 30, 2015
Paul Hatton’s “Wild Wagon”

A little less than a year ago I walked into the Red Apple looking for Paul Hatton. After glancing at the waitress behind the counter, I scanned each… continue reading »

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Thommo Finished His ’32

Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Thommo Finished His ’32

Thommo, the official H.A.M.B. correspondent from down under (and my good friend), has been busting his ass for some time now trying to get his roadster ready for… continue reading »

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The Speed Sport Roadster

Tuesday, January 27, 2015
The Speed Sport Roadster

In my opinion, the Speed Sport Roadster is the most beautiful car to ever grace the quarter mile. Ever. My dad had a picture of the car hanging on his office… continue reading »

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Pearce’s Paddy Wagon

Friday, January 23, 2015
Pearce’s Paddy Wagon

At my middle school, art class was taught in a repurposed bus garage. It had high ceilings, bulletproof glass and tired wooden tables that always seemed to be… continue reading »

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Competition Coupe Curiosity

Friday, January 16, 2015
Competition Coupe Curiosity

Competition coupes are tough by nature. They’re cut down, rearranged and reengineered versions of conservative shells intended to protect the driver from outside elements. I’ve always been attracted… continue reading »

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The Perfect Cliché…

Monday, January 12, 2015
The Perfect Cliché…

My first car was a ’55 Chevrolet hardtop. Even so I’ve always felt that, to my generation, the tri-five Chevrolet is a bit of a worn out novelty…. continue reading »

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Have Roadster, Will Travel

Friday, January 9, 2015
Have Roadster, Will Travel

As you read this, I will be deep into my 1,040-mile trip to Oklahoma from Detroit. It’s a hike projected to last close to 16 hours through a… continue reading »

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