The Elephant On The Zoom

The Elephant On The Zoom

Last Friday, I was invited to be on a sort of “industry zoom” setup by a number of different decision makers in our market. Typically, I’ve shied away… continue reading »

Gone Shopping

Gone Shopping

Earlier this week, I found myself in Camas, Washington, strolling the tree-lined streets and enjoying the sights and sounds of small-town life. Out on Fourth Street, I studied… continue reading »

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The 674 mph Plymouth Coupe

The 674 mph Plymouth Coupe

The February 1962 Hot Rod magazine has one of the most unusual stories you could imagine: A beat up Plymouth coupe launched off the deck of an aircraft… continue reading »

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2021 H.A.M.B. Drags Are Off

2021 H.A.M.B. Drags Are Off

So I’ve decided to cancel the 2021 H.A.M.B. Drags… And while I think a lot of people will probably assume that Covid contributed to this decision, it was… continue reading »

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Hot Rod Magazine Yearbook No. 1 (1961)

Hot Rod Magazine Yearbook No. 1 (1961)

This last weekend was a great one for a few reasons. First, my buddy Kevin brought down the super-clean, gennie ’32 frame I bought off the HAMB classifieds… continue reading »

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It’s Tech Week(s)!

It’s Tech Week(s)!

Hey fellas… I was out on Friday, so I wanted to start this week with a reminder. It’s TECH WEEK! If you are unfamiliar, you can get a… continue reading »

Showtime!

Showtime!

It must have been half-past three in the morning when I stumbled through the front door. Covered in dust from head-to-toe, my hands were scraped up and my… continue reading »

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Gene Hetland’s ’32 Ford Model Kits

Gene Hetland’s ’32 Ford Model Kits

Have you heard of “Deuceheaven”? It’s a shrine to the 1932 Ford created by Gene Hetland up in Minnesota, collecting twenty different original ’32 models, plus parts and… continue reading »

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