To Bonneville… The Hard Way!

Thursday, August 28, 2014
To Bonneville… The Hard Way!

After being robbed of a proper Salt Flats gathering this year, I figured it was worth posting a few Bonneville history articles. This gem is from Rod &… continue reading »

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Hot Rod Reference Books

Tuesday, August 26, 2014
Hot Rod Reference Books

Many years ago I wrote a Jalopy article titled “Hot Rod and Custom Books: The Essentials” about the core books that I recommended any HAMB faithful should own. To go… continue reading »

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The Devil Inside

Monday, August 25, 2014
The Devil Inside

My eyes had finally opened enough for me to focus on the reflection across the windshield and I was stunned at the shock of recognition. For a confused… continue reading »

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Hill & Davis ‘City of Burbank’ Streamliner

Thursday, August 21, 2014
Hill & Davis ‘City of Burbank’ Streamliner

If you don’t know about this speed legend, you should. In the words of the great Dean Batchelor, “On Saturday, September 13th, 1952 hot rodding came of age…. continue reading »

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The Kansas Tornado

Wednesday, August 20, 2014
The Kansas Tornado

Fuel runs down the Weiand intake and into the combustion chamber where an explosion is sparked by an H&C Magneto up against a set of Weiand heads. The… continue reading »

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On the move

Friday, August 15, 2014
On the move

As the latter part of the August evening sunk into the shadowed tree line, I squinted at the car approaching in the other lane. Two bulbous headlamps, a… continue reading »

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Love for Vintage Tachometer design

Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Love for Vintage Tachometer design

Most folks on the HAMB love vintage gauges, and it makes complete sense- These beautiful dials look right at you, with all their analog glory, allowing the car to talk to you… continue reading »

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The Paul Reinhart Vette

Tuesday, August 12, 2014
The Paul Reinhart Vette

Despite the fact that a lot of people don’t consider Corvettes to be hot rods, I’ve written quite a bit about them in the past. I guess I’m… continue reading »

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