The 2010 GNRS Jalopy Journal: Roadster Pick… VOTE NOW!

Friday, January 29, 2010
The 2010 GNRS Jalopy Journal: Roadster Pick… VOTE NOW!

It’s time fellas… Blake and I walked our asses off, polled some of our favorite builders and personalities, and came back to the hotel with 10 finalists for… continue reading »

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Hold Your Horses Gentlemen

Friday, January 29, 2010
Hold Your Horses Gentlemen

Alright fellas… We are up and at em’… Blake and I are gonna go have some breakfast, poll a few builders, take a few pictures, and then get… continue reading »

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Noir City Poster Shoot…

Thursday, January 28, 2010
Noir City Poster Shoot…

The San Francisco Film Noir Festival “Noir City” started last week, and to promote the event they released their annual poster. It features a leggy blonde hitchhiking and… continue reading »

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The 2010 GNRS & The Jalopy Journal

Wednesday, January 27, 2010
The 2010 GNRS & The Jalopy Journal

You fellas remember that mess we got ourselves into last year? Well, apparently we didn’t learn our lesson. Blake and I are gonna hop on airplane and head… continue reading »

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The Devin SS

Tuesday, January 26, 2010
The Devin SS

Bill Devin was once described as the “The Enzo Ferrari of Okie Flats”, but in reality he was a hot rodder, just like you or me. He just… continue reading »

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The Suicide Squad

Monday, January 25, 2010
The Suicide Squad

In the 1950′s, the volunteer fire departments of the upper East coast participated in tournaments meant to judge the skill and creativity of the fire departments of the… continue reading »

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1955 Kurtis 500KK

Friday, January 22, 2010
1955 Kurtis 500KK

A week ago, Mr. Kellogg told the story of Tommy Lee and his extravagant roadster built by Frank Kurtis. Frank got his start at Don Lee Cadillac, but… continue reading »

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The one that got away…

Thursday, January 21, 2010
The one that got away…

After posting about the great find “Tater”, I was reminded of another amazing car that I found about 3 years earlier, that was tragically pulled out from under… continue reading »

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