Mag-Neto

Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Mag-Neto

“For every great social movement, for every catalyst of explosive change, and for every idea that brought on new light, I’ll show you a delinquent that was young… continue reading »

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The Underrated Orphans from the 1940s

Tuesday, October 30, 2012
The Underrated Orphans from the 1940s

After the great suggestions from everyone on their favorite ’30s era orphan cars, I figured we might as well keep going forward into the next decade- The 1940s…. continue reading »

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A Riviera Update

Monday, October 29, 2012
A Riviera Update

A Riviera really isn’t proper until it has a stance. Before a liberal drop, these cars have a somewhat stodgy profile. But as soon as you get the… continue reading »

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Hello Mr. Winfield

Friday, October 26, 2012
Hello Mr. Winfield

His equals call him, “Gene.” His old friends call him, “Windy.” I call him, “Mr. Winfield.” Considering all he has done for the hot rod and custom world… continue reading »

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Five Underrated Orphans from the 1930s

Thursday, October 25, 2012
Five Underrated Orphans from the 1930s

When you think of milestone cars of the ’30s, it’s mainly Fords that probably come to mind. Pretty much every single one of Henry’s cars from 1929-1939 are… continue reading »

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Vern Tardel Shop Tour

Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Vern Tardel Shop Tour

I’m taking the day off to have a little procedure done on a bum shoulder, but before I run off to see the doc I thought I would… continue reading »

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The Five Finest Grilles of the ’50s

Tuesday, October 23, 2012
The Five Finest Grilles of the ’50s

It’s time for a proper follow up to my 1940′s grille post from last week.  If a custom grille was common on a ’40s period custom car, it… continue reading »

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Race Of Gentlemen

Monday, October 22, 2012
Race Of Gentlemen

Car shows are pretty damned lame when you think about it. “Hey man, lets go park our cars at that giant convention center over there and then shoot… continue reading »

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