Bring Back the 60s Wacky Show Rodz?

Bring Back the 60s Wacky Show Rodz?

By the early 1960s, radically customized street cars had reached their peak. There was only so many ways you chop, section and quad-headlamp a ’51 Merc., and the… continue reading »

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Tom Senter Mail Call

Tom Senter Mail Call

It’s been a while since I’ve done a mail call and figured this morning’s submission was perfect for such a thing. So, without further adieu, let’s do this… continue reading »

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Grand National Roadster—No

Grand National Roadster—No

No matter how you spin it, last year was unlike any other. There were highs, lows and plenty of stuff in between. It’s pretty crazy to think that,… continue reading »

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Winfield’s Personal Merc…

Winfield’s Personal Merc…

The mild custom Mercury post I put up last week briefly mentioned Joe Bailon and Gene Winfield’s work on Mercs as well. I was just looking through my… continue reading »

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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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