The Hirohata Mercury price: Take a guess and win a prize!

The Hirohata Mercury price: Take a guess and win a prize!

You probably already know that the Bob Hirohata 1951 Barris Kustom Mercury is selling at Mecum’s Kissimmee sale in January of next year. I’ve asked a few experts… continue reading »

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The Euro Deuce Is For Sale

The Euro Deuce Is For Sale

Remember back in 2017 when I featured that deuce sedan built in France? At that point, the car had had one hell of a life – built in… continue reading »

Ride along with the Rolling Bones at Goodwood…

Ride along with the Rolling Bones at Goodwood…

Yes, the Goodwood Revival was a month ago, and yes I already shared that the Rolling Bones were invited to take all their cars across the pond to… continue reading »

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Tiago’s Ranchero

Tiago’s Ranchero

You got me under pressure. I gotta sick dog that I have to get to the Vet this morning. As such, I had to come up with some… continue reading »

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Catching Up on Classic Car Corner

Catching Up on Classic Car Corner

There’s something special about Kentucky car culture. Ever since I was a kid, those summer trips to the Bluegrass State have been nothing but enjoyable. Whether it was… continue reading »

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Blue Hot Rods

Blue Hot Rods

Ryan’s probably gonna fire me after saying this, but here goes: Blue-painted hot rods are better than red ones, and I’m here to state my case. The first… continue reading »

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Red Hot Rods

Red Hot Rods

After Monday’s post, a pal of mine texted to let me know how surprised he was that he liked Tardel’s roadster so much. “I didn’t know I was… continue reading »

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Driving Wilshire Blvd in 1951

Driving Wilshire Blvd in 1951

When I think of golden age for hot rods and customs, my mind immediately goes to Los Angeles in the early 1950s. Post war Southern California was the… continue reading »

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