A Radical Ride in the ‘T’ Bag

Friday, December 19, 2014
A Radical Ride in the ‘T’ Bag

My teeth chattered as I squeezed my body around the roll bar brace. A peeling sticker at its anchor point boasted: “We don’t give a fuck how you do… continue reading »

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Motor Mounting Madness: Hurst Catalog 1960

Thursday, December 11, 2014
Motor Mounting Madness: Hurst Catalog 1960

Apologies ahead of time if the vintage catalog scans are getting boring, but I’ve really enjoyed sharing these treasures with you for a number of reasons. Mainly because these… continue reading »

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A Catalog from Cragar (1960)

Tuesday, December 9, 2014
A Catalog from Cragar (1960)

Still going through my father’s old mail-order speed catalogs, and there will be more to come, but I pulled up a really good one today… This one is… continue reading »

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TRJ Vintage Catalog Box Set

Monday, December 8, 2014
TRJ Vintage Catalog Box Set

I got back from a road trip this past Sunday to find a package from The Rodder’s Journal waiting for me. Inside was the latest box set that… continue reading »

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Found: A 1934 Drag Coupe

Thursday, December 4, 2014
Found: A 1934 Drag Coupe

This past Sunday, “Flat Power” posted one hell of a find on the H.A.M.B.. Essentially, it’s a survivor… an old drag coupe with a lost history. And like anyone… continue reading »

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Return of the “Rebel Rouser”

Wednesday, December 3, 2014
Return of the “Rebel Rouser”

The Rebel Rouser can’t be silenced. With high-quality workmanship, blistering e.t.’s and an unforgettable name, the resilient Altered was built and bred in the Bluegrass state. After its… continue reading »

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The Birth of the Gow?

Tuesday, December 2, 2014
The Birth of the Gow?

When did Hot Rodding begin? You’ve probably heard the saying that ‘racing began the day the second automobile was built’, but when did the humble hot rod as we… continue reading »

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Sound Check: 4, 6, 8…

Tuesday, November 25, 2014
Sound Check: 4, 6, 8…

Engine sound is a funny thing- You just EXPECT a hot rod or custom to have some sort of rumble coming from the pipes. Its always been that way, since… continue reading »

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