Red’s Roadster

Friday, October 31, 2014
Red’s Roadster

Spence’s editorial in the opening pages of the July 1957 Rod & Custom warns readers that they’re in for a very Model ‘A’-centric issue. Amidst the bulk of ‘A’… continue reading »

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The 41B Project Thread…

Wednesday, October 29, 2014
The 41B Project Thread…

The legitimacy of internet security took another savage beating and the world of celebrity slipped another foul notch toward the abyss a few months ago when nude celebrity images… continue reading »

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Fine Forties

Friday, October 24, 2014
Fine Forties

Never forget where you came from. It’s a phrase that’s often bounced around, repeated and driven into young minds across the nation. Perhaps it’s personal, but I’d argue… continue reading »

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Deeper in the Goldmine: Bonneville in the 50s (Part II)

Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Deeper in the Goldmine: Bonneville in the 50s (Part II)

Don Palmer is man that obviously loves fast cars- He raced a hopped up Hudson at Bonneville, and participated in Sports Car, Go Kart and Drag Race events… continue reading »

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Trouble

Monday, October 20, 2014
Trouble

“We’re here,” the driver announced as he brought the Lincoln to a stop. The passengers peered out the windows at the series of metal hangars. It was a… continue reading »

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A Kodachrome Goldmine: Bonneville in the 50s (Part I)

Thursday, October 16, 2014
A Kodachrome Goldmine: Bonneville in the 50s (Part I)

It just doesn’t happen very often these days: Original color pictures from Bonneville taken in the 1950s that you’ve likely never laid eyes on (only a handful of… continue reading »

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The Jerry Laboranti ’32

Wednesday, October 15, 2014
The Jerry Laboranti ’32

The sounds from the beaches of Wildwood were pretty consistent on the weekend of October 3rd. Flathead engines of various sizes and cylinder counts roared across the sand with… continue reading »

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Ed Roth’s “Tweedy Pie” T

Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Ed Roth’s “Tweedy Pie” T

Big Daddy Ed Roth built so many wild and crazy rides like the Beatnik Bandit (1961), the twin-engined Mysterion (1963), and the asymmetrical Orbitron (1964), that it might… continue reading »

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