Family Tradition in Louisville

Family Tradition in Louisville

We all have our traditions when it comes to hot rodding. Maybe it’s a place you like to cruise to, or maybe it’s a group of friends you… continue reading »

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Movie of the Week:  Hot Rodding in Brooklyn circa 1960

Movie of the Week: Hot Rodding in Brooklyn circa 1960

Here’s a pretty special film for you: Color 8mm home-shot footage of young guys in Brooklyn, NY building their first hot rod together. Even better that it’s a… continue reading »

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The Yokogawa Special

The Yokogawa Special

I’ve been in Hawaii for the past few months and it’s been an desperate struggle to not bore you guys with constant Hawaiian Hot Rod history all summer…. continue reading »

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Bonneville 2022 Rained Out….

Bonneville 2022 Rained Out….

It’s the once-a-year event that racers from all over the world wait in anticipation for… The dream of setting a land speed record at the Bonneville Salt Flats… continue reading »

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“Stock” Cars of the 1950s

“Stock” Cars of the 1950s

A few weeks back, I did a post on American race car livery. A week or so after that, I attempted to express my opinion on innovation, traditional… continue reading »

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Fast History in Florida

Fast History in Florida

Alarm goes off. Snooze. Alarm goes off. Snooze. Alarm goes off. Oh! It’s Wednesday. Wednesday? The phone rings. “This is your wake-up call,” says the automated voice. I… continue reading »

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Ray Keech: First American over 200mph

Ray Keech: First American over 200mph

The Brits ruled the Daytona Beach Land Speed records: Seagrave and Campbell went back and forth going faster and faster, but one man broke their streak for a… continue reading »

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The Summer Of Salt

The Summer Of Salt

This was going to be the Summer of Salt. It was to start with a trip to Maui to see Casny, Oahu to see Stevo, and then back… continue reading »

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