The Raybestos Roadster Pick Up – 10 Years later

The Raybestos Roadster Pick Up – 10 Years later

Remember the Raybestos ’32 Roadster Pick up that was built by Troy Ladd of Hollywood Hot Rods? It was commissioned by dynamic88 at Raybestos as a promotional prize… continue reading »

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ID This Okie Digger!

ID This Okie Digger!

This is pretty rad… Uncle Scooby found himself a dragster rotting away in a field and has heard grand stories of its past life. Now, he’s trying to… continue reading »

Wheels of Color

Wheels of Color

The January 1958 issue of Motor Life featured a young George Barris with the latest in custom wheel covers: Bullets, fins, and enamel-colored chrome! Hollywood Flipper caps had… continue reading »

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Your Highboy Sucks!

Your Highboy Sucks!

Back before I knew shit about traditional hot rods, 1932 Fords, or anything at all about historical speed, I was more drawn to fat fendered Fords than anything… continue reading »

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Antique Mall Model A

Antique Mall Model A

One of my favorite parts about going home is visiting the antique mall where my dad works. Located in Northville, Michigan, the store is jam-packed with vintage treasure… continue reading »

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Running Cycle Fenders…

Running Cycle Fenders…

As the 1950s progressed, more vehicle codes were passed to clamp down on hot rods. Mufflers, minimum headlamp heights, and even door mirrors were mandated for safety or… continue reading »

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The Keller

The Keller

Kind of a crap post today, but life isn’t all hot rods and customs – am I right? Anyway, I met a man today… He’s the grandson of… continue reading »

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Oakland Stadium Speedway…

Oakland Stadium Speedway…

Great footage from the Oakland Stadium Speedway around 1949, with plenty of great roadsters (eagle-eyed viewers will spot ’32, Model A, Model T and even a roadster pick… continue reading »

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