The Yellow Willys

Friday, October 3, 2014
The Yellow Willys

The Willys coupe you see here has a story to tell. It has personality. It has voice. From the tip of its original ‘60s fiberglass hood to the… continue reading »

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The Ford Model A Town Delivery: One Odd Rod.

Tuesday, September 30, 2014
The Ford Model A Town Delivery: One Odd Rod.

Ryan’s post on The Jewel got me thinking about successful Model A Sedan Hot Rods that have been built over the years… There have also been a number… continue reading »

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The Jewel… Again…

Monday, September 29, 2014
The Jewel… Again…

This is something I haven’t done a lot of in the past and won’t be doing much of in the future – featuring a car that has already… continue reading »

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Love for the Push Truck…

Thursday, September 25, 2014
Love for the Push Truck…

Somehow we’ve gotten on this Shoebox Pickup conversion thread, but I maintain my original statement: The early 50s Ford F-1  push truck look is still the closest commercial… continue reading »

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Breaking Bad

Monday, September 22, 2014
Breaking Bad

I have very dim memories of Tim Sutton’s call. Less than five hours earlier, I had passed out very suddenly in the bathtub after watching something like 132 straight… continue reading »

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Yesterday’s Modern Rod

Friday, September 19, 2014
Yesterday’s Modern Rod

The nation was heading in a strange direction in 1966. War, riots and the imminent rise of the muscle car were on the horizon. Despite the weight of… continue reading »

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The Humble Rumble: An A on A Rails.

Thursday, September 18, 2014
The Humble Rumble: An A on A Rails.

Flipping through my Hot Rod Trend Books or Don Montgomery “Hot Rod” series from time to time usually reveals new details about exactly how roadsters were built in… continue reading »

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The Simple Roadster

Friday, September 12, 2014
The Simple Roadster

This Deuce has been a favorite of mine for close to a decade. I first laid eyes on the sanitary roadster in the early 2000s as it basked… continue reading »

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