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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The Mad Butcher

Friday, October 10, 2014
The Mad Butcher

The title is false. Eugene Gahm is not mad and is no longer a butcher. But when he built this roadster in the early-‘60s, the name fit like… continue reading »

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The Original Beach Bombers

Tuesday, October 7, 2014
The Original Beach Bombers

The romantic photo coverage for Pendine Sands and recently The Race of Gentlemen definitely adds both of these events to my ever-growing hot rod bucket list, but it… continue reading »

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My Kind Of Hot Rod

Monday, October 6, 2014
My Kind Of Hot Rod

A few weeks ago, Bryan Rusk told me about a model-a coupe that he wanted to shoot. “It’s a great car,” he said. “But none of the magazines are interested… continue reading »

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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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