Project ’38 Update

Wednesday, July 17, 2013
Project ’38 Update

When Keith first started sending me images of the Y-Block Ford mounted between the frame rails of our ’38 coupe, it took me a while to notice just… continue reading »

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Spinning Levers

Monday, June 24, 2013
Spinning Levers

I love vintage instructional videos and could have sworn that I featured this one at some point in the past, but apparently I failed to do so. And… continue reading »

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Tech Week – WINNER!

Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Tech Week – WINNER!

In 1946, the manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers, Leo Durocher, was asked by a reporter why he couldn’t be as accommodating to the press and the fans as… continue reading »

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Tech Week – Vote Now!

Monday, May 20, 2013
Tech Week – Vote Now!

A hectic couple of weeks of tech posts and the time has come… It’s time to vote for your favorite tech article! This vote will stand for one… continue reading »

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One Insane Tech Week

Wednesday, May 1, 2013
One Insane Tech Week

It was just after 3:30am when my phone rang. I stared at it for a moment and then hit the green button and said nothing. Three-thirty in the… continue reading »

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Project 38: Blower Top

Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Project 38: Blower Top

When I first started building my ’38 coupe, the original intention was to go racing. In fact, I was pretty far along building a race car when I… continue reading »

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Which Way To The Street Rod Nats?

Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Which Way To The Street Rod Nats?

I’ve looked down upon electronic ignitions for years… They way I saw it is that if conventional points systems worked then, they should work just fine now. But… continue reading »

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Chopping A Fat Ford

Friday, November 16, 2012
Chopping A Fat Ford

In the 1952 issue of “How To Build Hot Rods” the publishers used six full page spreads to discuss the art of chopping a 1936 Ford 5-window. To be… continue reading »

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