Settrington Cup: The World’s Tiniest Race

Settrington Cup: The World’s Tiniest Race

I’ve just flown home from the Goodwood Revival in Chichester, England, about 2 hours south of London. It’s an epic three day event celebrating the best of British… continue reading »

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Another Featured Classifieds: 1957 Ford Ranchero

Another Featured Classifieds: 1957 Ford Ranchero

So last week’s featured classified ad turned into a real caper. Literally. The uhh… “investigation” is still ongoing, but it looks as though we might have discovered an… continue reading »

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Automobile for an Audiophile

Automobile for an Audiophile

Music plays a big role in my life. It doesn’t matter if I’m out in the garage, at my desk or somewhere in between, I’m constantly listening to… continue reading »

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Ute ought to want one…

Ute ought to want one…

Ryan’s ’41 Ford truck post got quite a few people pumped up about him buying a pre-war Ford shop truck. And why not? Old Pick Ups are good… continue reading »

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Featured Classifieds: 1941 Ford Pickup

Featured Classifieds: 1941 Ford Pickup

I will someday own a ’41 Ford Pickup and if this truck was anywhere close to me, that day might have been today. But, as it stands, the… continue reading »

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Times are Changing in the Classic Car Market…

Times are Changing in the Classic Car Market…

There’s legitimate reasons in our car world to complain about the cost of things going up, up up: Gasoline, labor costs, and of course, old car prices right?… continue reading »

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The Art Of Carlo Demand

The Art Of Carlo Demand

This one is gonna be a tad off-topic, so please excuse the tangent. In the last week or so, I’ve been busting my ass trying to get the… continue reading »

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A Cost-Cutting Coupe

A Cost-Cutting Coupe

A long time ago, I read an article that called a Model A a “Poor Man’s Deuce.” Even then, I knew that didn’t sound right. It seems that… continue reading »

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