Two Car Features

Friday, December 2, 2016
Two Car Features

Car Feature No. I Al Stanton’s dad had a Model T roadster. It was modified with speed equipment. Al liked it. He wanted to build his own hot… continue reading »

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Industrial Dynamite! Ford’s OHV 4

Tuesday, November 29, 2016
Industrial Dynamite! Ford’s OHV 4

I’ve been hanging around traditional hot rods for a good number of years now, and in that time I’ve seen every conceivable 4 cylinder motor put to work in a… continue reading »

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The Goodfellow Bantam

Friday, November 18, 2016
The Goodfellow Bantam

Bantams aren’t big cars. Outside the automotive realm, a bantam is actually a type of small chicken. From the factory they were some of the earliest econo-boxes with 46… continue reading »

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O Canada…

Wednesday, November 16, 2016
O Canada…

When the chilly Canadian dusk comes down on Vancouver, the waiters hurry to shut the venetian blinds in the lounge of the Flying Pig. They do it because… continue reading »

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In the Background

Friday, November 11, 2016
In the Background

Hot rod and custom car photos tend to include a whole lot more than you would think. More detail, more customizations, and perhaps most importantly, they provide a… continue reading »

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Channeled A-V8 is Dad’s Rod

Tuesday, November 8, 2016
Channeled A-V8 is Dad’s Rod

The March 1957 issue of Hot Rod has a small section called “The Roadster League” featuring A-V8 hot rods that were all owner-created and straight forward in their approach…. continue reading »

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The Devil In The Details

Wednesday, November 2, 2016
The Devil In The Details

Hot Rod Revue just released a new video… and it’s a good one. Essentially, it’s a 50’s styled model-t roadster with all the right details. Check it out:

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The Boz’s Banger

Monday, October 31, 2016
The Boz’s Banger

Without doubt, the most economical (and some might even say most fun) way to build a traditional hot rod is to start with a well restored original car…. continue reading »

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