Time for a T Bucket Snowmobile!

Time for a T Bucket Snowmobile!

It’s pretty amazing to think that Model T’s have been made into snowmobiles for well over 100 years now.  The Snowmobile T all started in 1913 when an… continue reading »

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The State Of Things…

The State Of Things…

Holy crap… What a week. It all started about ten days ago when a technician at our hosting provider let it slip that there had been a pretty… continue reading »

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Dating Rituals in a Car-Centric World

Dating Rituals in a Car-Centric World

My friends, we are going to look back at how much our automobiles created unique, amazing experiences for us that the next generations safely stuck in their autonomous… continue reading »

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Ernie Adams and his Dwarf Customs

Ernie Adams and his Dwarf Customs

Ernie Adams of Maricopa, AZ is a craftsman– No two ways about it. He’s hand-built an entire fleet of 5/8th scale, medal-bodied, running cars. After watching a sidecar… continue reading »

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FOUND: Vintage Tin

FOUND: Vintage Tin

“No waaaaaaay!” I blurted as we barreled north on a two-lane highway en route to the heart of the Pacific Northwest. After driving all morning, I had settled… continue reading »

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Under Construction… Excuse the mess…

Under Construction… Excuse the mess…

Hey fellas, excuse the lack of any content today. I’m in the middle of a server upgrade and have no time for such shenanigans. Speaking of… During this… continue reading »

The 1940 Ford Style Show

The 1940 Ford Style Show

As with many other manufacturers, sometimes a Ford between two model years might look pretty much the same, but actually conceal a number of improvements. This is definitely… continue reading »

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Vintage Billboards…

Vintage Billboards…

The Gas & Oil niche of collecting is a rabbit hole for sure, but I’m not much of a memorabilia guy. When I walk around swap meets and… continue reading »

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