Speed Equipment: Playing Favorites

Friday, June 19, 2015
Speed Equipment: Playing Favorites

There are a lot of issues with playing favorites, but in the case of hot rodding, it’s something that just needs to be done. Everyone has their own… continue reading »

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An Interview With Eric Black

Thursday, May 28, 2015
An Interview With Eric Black

When I was a kid, my dad had a Bill Mitchell penned concept of the 1963 Corvette hanging on his office wall. I think that was the start… continue reading »

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Sighting your first Hot Rod

Friday, May 22, 2015
Sighting your first Hot Rod

Before you knew it, it was there. Before you figured out what it was, it was gone. Whenever you watch footage or listen to tapes about folks spotting U.F.O.s… continue reading »

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Listen to the Motor or the Music?

Thursday, May 7, 2015
Listen to the Motor or the Music?

This will sound silly to a vast majority of you, but there’s a decision I’ve been contemplating for a few years now, and I still don’t know the answer definitely… continue reading »

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Hot Rod Detroit, Hop Up, & More!

Monday, May 4, 2015
Hot Rod Detroit, Hop Up, & More!

Last week, Steve Coonan sent over a copy of Hot Rod Detroit and asked me if I would review it. I obliged and while I was at it, I… continue reading »

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“Hot Rod” By David Perry

Wednesday, April 15, 2015
“Hot Rod” By David Perry

Back in 1997, the traditional hot rod “renaissance” was really just getting started. Young kids were putting grease in the hair, rolling their jeans, and living invincibly. They were… continue reading »

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People & Cool Cars in the 1950s- As they were.

Thursday, April 9, 2015
People & Cool Cars in the 1950s- As they were.

I guess it’s a Catch 22. In this mobile device era we live in, there is a powerful digital camera at our disposal at all times, which makes us tend to snap more… continue reading »

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A Tribute to the Streamliners

Friday, April 3, 2015
A Tribute to the Streamliners

Streamliners are hot rodding’s finest marriage of art and science. On the surface, their lines are graceful and silhouettes smooth. They were conceived by dreamers and sketched on… continue reading »

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