Chris Goes Back to Bonneville

Thursday, February 11, 2016
Chris Goes Back to Bonneville

I was just looking at the beautiful images of Randy Cannarozzi’s Tardel-built ’29 A in Ryan’s post from last Summer. This is the gospel truth: I love everything about… continue reading »

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Vintage Bonneville News Reels

Thursday, January 21, 2016
Vintage Bonneville News Reels

The risk with putting any old hot rod footage on the Jalopy Journal is that there is an extremely high chance that it’s already been posted on the… continue reading »

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The Human Bridge

Monday, January 11, 2016
The Human Bridge

Advertising in the 1950’s was pretty amazing when you think about it. Companies like Ford came up with these deep concepts of what your average American’s dream was and… continue reading »

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The Second Coming… Again…

Wednesday, December 30, 2015
The Second Coming… Again…

Slow day on a slow/short week… So, I thought I would bring you something a bit off topic. You remember Rod Emory, right? If not, he’s the grandson… continue reading »

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Hot Rodding on a Snow Track

Thursday, December 17, 2015
Hot Rodding on a Snow Track

Hello friends and Happy Holidays! It’s easy to let the cold weather damper your open car driving plans for a few months, but hopefully your at least using the… continue reading »

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Where have all the old bodies gone?

Tuesday, December 1, 2015
Where have all the old bodies gone?

We live in an amazing time as a hot rod builder- You can pick up the phone and get brand new STEEL reproduction bodies for a ’29 Model A… continue reading »

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Loaded

Wednesday, September 23, 2015
Loaded

I’m loaded. No, really… Absolutely loaded beyond any reason. I’ve been fighting a gnarly tooth ache for the past week and it finally got so bad that I broke… continue reading »

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Japan’s Hot Rods revisited…

Tuesday, September 22, 2015
Japan’s Hot Rods revisited…

I’m recently back from a yearly work trip to Tokyo, and again come away inspired not only by the vintage toys, clothes and guitars, but by the dedicated gearheads of Japan and the… continue reading »

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