Ghost Sighting

Ghost Sighting

As hot rodders, we remember cars. Although we may not be able to recall what we had for lunch yesterday, we have a knack for remembering the most… continue reading »

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The Brits Thought We Were Daft…

The Brits Thought We Were Daft…

Watching this British Pathe news reel from 1964, you can see how the reporter must have been scratching his head to understand the fascination with drag racing. How… continue reading »

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Featured Classifieds: 1940 Ford Standard

Featured Classifieds: 1940 Ford Standard

I’ve owned and daily driven just about every generation of Ford from 1930 until 1964 or so. I’ve come away from that experience with the opinion that the… continue reading »

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Edelbrock Leaves So Cal…

Edelbrock Leaves So Cal…

It’s hard to name a more successful speed parts legacy than Edelbrock. Since 1938, when Vic Sr. started his shop in Torrance, California designing the first ‘Slingshot’ manifold,… continue reading »

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Hot Rod Bandits

Hot Rod Bandits

Shit really hit the fan here in Texas last week… As a result, we lived without power and water for far too long and the Atomic Lab was… continue reading »

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Optimism & Old Cars

Optimism & Old Cars

Times are tough. Between the global pandemic, winter weather and waves of uncertainty pelting us from all sides, it seems as if the world can’t catch a break… continue reading »

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Driving the Streets of Chicago in 1930s and NYC in 1940s…

Driving the Streets of Chicago in 1930s and NYC in 1940s…

Yes, I’m sharing another ‘driving around in the old days’ clip… This one is pretty darn good. Clear footage of Chicago in 1936 and New York City streets… continue reading »

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Willys Truck 4×4 Wonder

Willys Truck 4×4 Wonder

I’m sure you fellas from the North are having your jollies, but the winter storm of 2021 continues to bring hell on Texas. We are currently on a… continue reading »

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