Movie of the Week: The 1948 Indianapolis 500

Movie of the Week: The 1948 Indianapolis 500

Ryan’s ‘Unknown Roadster’ was quickly identified as the stylish Ross Page Offy Special entry, ran by Fred Agabashian. The car was good looking, but encountered an oil line… continue reading »

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An Unknown Roadster

An Unknown Roadster

A friend of mine sent me a shitload of racing images ranging from the 1920’s all the way up to the 1950’s or so… And we will get… continue reading »

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A Plymouth 3 window Coupe in the Wild

A Plymouth 3 window Coupe in the Wild

Sometime ago I wrote about the virtues of the Plymouth PB (and PA) coupes as a less expensive option to the Ford 3 window coupe. The only issue… continue reading »

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Jake Jacobs’ Pre-War

Jake Jacobs’ Pre-War

The honorable Pete Eastwood made an appearance on the H.A.M.B. this weekend. His lifelong pal Jim “Jake” Jacobs debuted a new car and he wanted to make damn… continue reading »

Three Carbs & a Magneto: Norm’s Model A

Three Carbs & a Magneto: Norm’s Model A

Summer’s over. You can feel it in the air and see it in the faces of people you pass on the street. Car shows certainly aren’t, but the… continue reading »

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Brooklands: A Casualty of War

Brooklands: A Casualty of War

I’m over in England with a few days to kill leading up to the Goodwood Revival this coming weekend. By way of tube and train, I made my… continue reading »

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Top-5 American Automotive Designs

Top-5 American Automotive Designs

Last night, I was brainstorming for a feature and remembered something… Back in the day, I would make a list of my top five American Automotive designs (pre-1965… continue reading »

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A Gem Hiding in Plain Sight

A Gem Hiding in Plain Sight

I was down in the Santa Cruz area of Northern California last week visiting Bruce Canepa’s amazing shop in Scotts Valley. After checking in on a project, I… continue reading »

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