When did it start for you?

Friday, March 19, 2010
When did it start for you?

The love of old cars. I think for most of us its always been there, in our DNA since childhood, starting with toys and being cemented by our… continue reading »

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The Jalopy Parade & Bonfire

Thursday, March 18, 2010
The Jalopy Parade & Bonfire

It was September of 1948 and the City of Chicago was fed up with the dangerous Jalopies roaming their streets. They gathered as many death machines as they… continue reading »

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Curb Service in Sacramento…

Wednesday, March 17, 2010
Curb Service in Sacramento…

I’m closing out my ‘Ford at Fifty’ article series today, but I thought I would share this great little bit about how the City of Sacramento was growing… continue reading »

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Valley Custom Introduces The Street Rod

Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Valley Custom Introduces The Street Rod

In the July, 1958 issue of Car Craft Magazine, Neil Emory and Clay Jensen introduced their idea of a “street rod.” The two custom brainiacs saw the traditional… continue reading »

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Race Cars On The Street

Monday, March 15, 2010
Race Cars On The Street

As you all well know, lately I’ve been dreaming about taking a vintage road car and converting it into a street car. My dreams have mostly been relegated… continue reading »

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Indy With The Kelloggs

Friday, March 12, 2010
Indy With The Kelloggs

The Kellogg’s love of Indy cars started in the early 1950′s. I can remember laying in bed listening to the Indy race as it started around 9am in… continue reading »

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What does the Customer Want?

Thursday, March 11, 2010
What does the Customer Want?

Just a follow up to the Designing the ’53 Fords post, I found this smaller article just as interesting. Ford was trying to build the car they felt… continue reading »

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Vote For The Tech Week Winner NOW!!!!

Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Vote For The Tech Week Winner NOW!!!!

Alright fellas… We’ve had one hell of a tech week and now it’s time to figure out who’s gonna take home the super bad ass die cast from GMP…. continue reading »

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