The Jerry McKenzie Roadster revisited

The Jerry McKenzie Roadster revisited

Ryan shared about this car over 6 years ago, but I was just looking at the cover of the September 1954 issue of Rod & Custom, and there… continue reading »

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West Coast Hot Rodding In Silent

West Coast Hot Rodding In Silent

As soon as I feel like I’ve seen every bit of 8mm footage pertaining to hot rodding from the 1940s and 50s, some random guy posts something on… continue reading »

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The Diedt-Offy Blue Crown Special

The Diedt-Offy Blue Crown Special

There are only a handful of winning Indy cars that I would call truly ‘iconic’, and of those, the one that also has deep hot rod roots is… continue reading »

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A Pontiac For All Mankind…

A Pontiac For All Mankind…

For the past week or so I have been obsessing on the Falcon/Dragon/Endeavor launch. I waited and watched on Wednesday and then spent most of Saturday sitting around… continue reading »

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Hemi Power!

Hemi Power!

Whoever said too much of a good thing is a bad thing has clearly never been in a room full of vintage and historic drag cars. For whatever… continue reading »

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The Toy Shop Custom

The Toy Shop Custom

Dick Adams 1949 Chevrolet coupe found in the December ’54 Rod & Custom ticks all the right boxes for me on what a mild postwar custom should be:… continue reading »

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Chip Foose & The ’32 Ford

Chip Foose & The ’32 Ford

Years ago, at the GNRS, I got into an out-and-out war with a bottle of tequila. I knew going in that nothing good could come from partaking at… continue reading »

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The Hop Up Top 25!

The Hop Up Top 25!

Do you remember the Hop Up Virtual Car Show I shared a few weeks ago? Well, they have whittled the entries down to the Top 25 in each… continue reading »

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