The 100 Million Dollar Look: Chrysler for 1955!

Friday, September 28, 2012
The 100 Million Dollar Look: Chrysler for 1955!

American car design progressed rapidly in the 1950s- Just compare any late 40s model to the same one from the mid 50s, and you’ll see what I’m talking… continue reading »

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Tech Week: We Have Winners!

Thursday, September 27, 2012
Tech Week: We Have Winners!

I was gonna write an investigative piece on the perils of tech week success and the doom that many past winners have faced, but I decided that might… continue reading »

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Gearhedz

Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Gearhedz

So a good pal of mine collects shift knobs. Well, I guess he calls them “shift knobs,” but really they are small sculptures that just happen to be… continue reading »

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Have you ever wondered?

Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Have you ever wondered?

Channeling the late, bushy-eyebrowed Andy Rooney of 60 Minutes fame, “Have you ever wondered?” I’ve got a few custom car origin questions that you might have pondered yourself… continue reading »

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Road Trip Revival: Part 2

Monday, September 24, 2012
Road Trip Revival: Part 2

So this epic journey is gonna kick off bright and early on Thursday morning… Sometime before the sun comes up, Norm and I are gonna be boarding a… continue reading »

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What’s your flavor: The ’39 or the ’40 DeLuxe?

Friday, September 21, 2012
What’s your flavor: The ’39 or the ’40 DeLuxe?

I was walking around the Good Guys Pleasanton show last month with a good friend, admiring a really beautiful 1939 Ford DeLuxe coupe parked right next to 1940… continue reading »

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Tech Week: VOTE NOW!

Thursday, September 20, 2012
Tech Week: VOTE NOW!

Alright fellas… The biggest tech week we’ve ever held is now over and it’s time to cast your votes. In the past, we’ve limited the voting to 10… continue reading »

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Pre-War Inhibitions

Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Pre-War Inhibitions

My favorite period for American innovation in general was the 1930′s. Prior to WWII, the brilliant minds of our land weren’t as concerned with measurable results as they… continue reading »

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