Pushing Limits

Pushing Limits

There’s nothing quite like pushing limits. You learn about yourself, what you can do and how far you can really take something. This applies across the board, and… continue reading »

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Gunning the Hot Rods at El Mirage…

Gunning the Hot Rods at El Mirage…

El Mirage was just rained out for the second meet in a row… So, to cheer everyone up, how about a quick article featuring the early post-war days… continue reading »

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Siebert Conversions

Siebert Conversions

The other day I was at a local gas station and saw something I’d never seen before in person – a 1947 Ford Siebert converted ambulance. I’d seen… continue reading »

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Convert your Model A Tudor to a Woody?

Convert your Model A Tudor to a Woody?

I love the automotive how-to articles in old Popular Mechanics issues- Some tips are actually very practical for cars of our era, other projects are downright bizarre (I’m… continue reading »

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Photoshoot Road Trip: The McCullough Roadster

Photoshoot Road Trip: The McCullough Roadster

The Photoshoot Road Trip: Part 2 After shooting the FnA Roadster from Part 1, I stayed the night on a truly picturesque lake at Ray Roberts State Park…. continue reading »

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Mazi Metal’s Excellent Econoline

Mazi Metal’s Excellent Econoline

Yama Azim has always wanted an old car. Last month, he finally got one. Not just any car, but a ’60s Ford Econoline. I’ve known Yama for about… continue reading »

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Where is it now? Austin Speed Shop ’49 Cadillac

Where is it now? Austin Speed Shop ’49 Cadillac

Let me start by saying that I don’t live in Austin (though I really wish I did sometimes), and the answer to the question above might have been… continue reading »

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The Sestito Cadillac

The Sestito Cadillac

From the May, 1954 issue of Rod & Custom Magazine comes my favorite early Cadillac of all time. Bertolucci created the airstreamed profile by making some changes that… continue reading »

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