Art Chrisman & The Hustler

Wednesday, July 20, 2016
Art Chrisman & The Hustler

So last week we lost an absolute legend in Art Chrisman. I posted what typically gets posted when someone passes – niceties and condolences. Frankly, I was just… continue reading »

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So Long Art…

Tuesday, July 12, 2016
So Long Art…

We lost a good one fellas… I was never fortunate enough to talk to Art one-on-one, but always dreamed of doing so. By all accounts, he was a… continue reading »

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The Real Von Dutch

Tuesday, June 7, 2016
The Real Von Dutch

With the name as infamous and famous as ‘Von Dutch’ (aka Kenny Howard), it’s easy to forget that he really was just a crazy yet talented fabricator and… continue reading »

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The Ben Thomas Affair

Wednesday, May 11, 2016
The Ben Thomas Affair

Lately I’ve gotten a lot of questions about who the new guy is in the background of some of my build thread shots. As such, I thought it was… continue reading »

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The Tragic Tale of the ‘City of Salt Lake’…

Tuesday, March 8, 2016
The Tragic Tale of the ‘City of Salt Lake’…

August 1st, 1960: Athol Graham strapped into his home-built racer, the ‘City of Salt Lake’, and told his wife Zeldine, “See you at the other end.” She replied,… continue reading »

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Thank You, Mr. Barris

Friday, November 6, 2015
Thank You, Mr. Barris

As I’m sure many of you have heard, George Barris passed away yesterday. News like that travels fast, faster than it ever has before. There’s good reason—George was… continue reading »

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The Hunters Car Club

Monday, August 10, 2015
The Hunters Car Club

A few weeks back, I got an email from a 73 year old gentleman named Al Zale. Al was president of a Santa Ana car club titled, “The Hunters”… continue reading »

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The Mystery Of The Illuminated Goodyears

Monday, July 6, 2015
The Mystery Of The Illuminated Goodyears

For years, the image you see here has floated around the internet with little to no information attached. In fact, a common caption reads something like this: “In 1961,… continue reading »

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