The Jim Mcfall ’36 Survivor

The Jim Mcfall ’36 Survivor

I had nothing to write today, so decided to browse the classifieds for inspiration. While doing so, I stumbled upon Mark Moriarity’s ’36 that he saved a while… continue reading »

Short but Sweet…

Short but Sweet…

Enjoy some very high quality color footage of a Southern California outdoor car show in a High School field, taken in the mid 1950s. The woman who posted… continue reading »

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Charlie Wiggins

Charlie Wiggins

A few weeks back, I got a new neighbor. Willie T. Ribbs moved into a neighborhood near the Atomic World HQ. I hadn’t seen him since I was… continue reading »

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Lifted Up

Lifted Up

You walk up, extend your right hand and pull the handle. Your knuckles rest against the latest layer of paint on the big wooden door. It’s cool and… continue reading »

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This Budget Merc is a Novice Knock-Out

This Budget Merc is a Novice Knock-Out

There were some pretty killer ’51 Mercury customs built in the early 50s- Maybe Fred Rowe, Jack White, or Bob Hirohata’s sled comes to mind. Southern California gets… continue reading »

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Dan Wittenberg’s 1928 Ford

Dan Wittenberg’s 1928 Ford

In the September, 1961 issue of Car Craft, there’s a little a feature on Dan Wittenberg’s 1928 rpu that left me wanting more. So, I went to google… continue reading »

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Vintage Footage: Eastern Dragway 1957 -1962

Vintage Footage: Eastern Dragway 1957 -1962

I’m always excited to find drag racing home movie footage from the late 50s and early 60s. I’m even more excited when the film is color, and of… continue reading »

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A is for A-Bone

A is for A-Bone

Our own “Big-A” wrote a book. Essentially, it’s 68 pages of hot rod slang presented in a format reminiscent of a children’s book. Only, it’s for adults… and… continue reading »

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