Oddly Satisfying: Stop Motion SBC Rebuild

Oddly Satisfying: Stop Motion SBC Rebuild

It’s just my opinion, but there is something mesmerizing about car parts (or any mechanical bits) dancing about on their own – It reminds me of the closing… continue reading »

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The Krakenberg Kellison

The Krakenberg Kellison

I’ve always had a thing for the Kellison. There’s just something about the air streamed body with an undeniable Italian influence combined with the potential of a Chuck… continue reading »

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Danger on Wheels! 1940

Danger on Wheels! 1940

I guess it’s just a week for old car movies, eh? I’ll confess, as much as I love The Devil on Wheels (1947), and The Big Wheel (1949),… continue reading »

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Roadracers

Roadracers

Roadracers was one of Hollywood’s first attempts to capture modern American road racing on screen. It was produced in 1959 and debuted to mixed reactions from a limited… continue reading »

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An Early Ford Ecosystem

An Early Ford Ecosystem

Minnesota was good to me. After two weeks on the road, I’m able to take a quick breather before I leave for my next trip. As I was… continue reading »

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The Jalopy Derby

The Jalopy Derby

By the Spring of 1941, Europe was in utter turmoil as Nazi Germany had swallowed up surrounding countries and set its sights on jolly old England to the… continue reading »

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Florida Man Breaks Rules

Florida Man Breaks Rules

While at the 2022 Lone Star Roundup, I found myself sitting in my old travel trailer discussing the merits and demerits of hot rod and custom cars with… continue reading »

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Hot Rod Racing in the 40s – Now in COLOR!

Hot Rod Racing in the 40s – Now in COLOR!

This amazing dirt track footage has been around for over a decade now, and well-documented here on the Jalopy Journal. Shot by cinematographer Elmer Dyer (best known for… continue reading »

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