Worth Every Quarter

Worth Every Quarter

Nobody who lives in San Francisco goes to Fisherman’s Wharf. Well, not by choice that is. So when my girlfriend, Lindsey, suggested we swing by there before dinner… continue reading »

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Barbour’s Tether Car Collection: For Sale!

Barbour’s Tether Car Collection: For Sale!

We’ve covered some good stuff on tether cars in the past, sharing images and clips of old Spindizzies in motion. What doesn’t happen too often is a sizable… continue reading »

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Part 6: Hot Rods In Hawaii

Part 6: Hot Rods In Hawaii

Years and years ago, “Lucky444” posted a thread about a survivor Hawaiian roadster. It’s a top ten thread for me and if you have the time, you should… continue reading »

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The streets of L.A., circa 1936

The streets of L.A., circa 1936

Not sure why I get so obsessed with these old films shot while driving on California city streets? Maybe because it’s an honest glance at how the cars… continue reading »

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Part 5: Hot Rods in Hawaii

Part 5: Hot Rods in Hawaii

Apparently, “Hao Wela” means “Hot Rod” in Hawaiian. Who knew? Jay Ward that’s who… He stole my thunder a few years back without even realizing it. See, this… continue reading »

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Lime Gold. That’s What I’m Told

Lime Gold. That’s What I’m Told

For the past few weeks, I’ve had ’60s-style hot rods on the mind. Not the early-’60s, but rather the middle years—the time of metalflake, mag wheels, wild interiors… continue reading »

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What Happened to Henry’s Flying Flivver?

What Happened to Henry’s Flying Flivver?

Henry Ford was one ambitious man, and for the majority of his career, his crazy ideas aimed at helping the ‘common man’ had paid off: The Model T… continue reading »

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Part 4: Hot Rods In Hawaii

Part 4: Hot Rods In Hawaii

Ok, so I may have the bends. Long story, but I’ve never been the patient type… and I didn’t have my daughter with me to harden my surfacing… continue reading »

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