Confessions of a Car Brochure Hoarder…

Confessions of a Car Brochure Hoarder…

The other day my 8 year old son asked me, “What did you and Grandpa Jerry like do together when you were my age?” I think that was… continue reading »

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American Dreaming

American Dreaming

For the past few years, Freeage Productions has been working on a documentary focused on the Detroit born design work from the big 3 in the 1940s, 50s,… continue reading »

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The Car That Never Was: 1959 Pontiac El Catalina

The Car That Never Was: 1959 Pontiac El Catalina

In 1959, Pontiac was at the top of their game with sales figures improving year over year, making dynamite cars that were packed with clean style and legendary… continue reading »

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1949 Ford Ranchero

1949 Ford Ranchero

People have been trying to make a “ranchero” out of Shoebox Fords since probably around 1949. The two most notable and maybe successful attempts of this endeavor would… continue reading »

Moving On, In A Small Way

Moving On, In A Small Way

Last week, I stood in my parents’ basement staring at my old workbench. I went down there to carry out a simple task, yet there I was, standing… continue reading »

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Death of the Impala…

Death of the Impala…

GM recently announced they are cutting a number of vehicles from their entire line up by the end of 2019 in order to save billions of dollars over… continue reading »

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Bill Vogt’s ’29 Ford

Bill Vogt’s ’29 Ford

This little fart was featured in the March, 1954 issue of Rod & Custom Magazine. It was owned by a guy named Bill Vogt. Bill was a pre-war… continue reading »

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The Birth of a Rail…

The Birth of a Rail…

Here’s a great short film from 1965 of “TV” Tommy Ivo assembling his latest blown Hemi AA dragster in the garage. He makes it look easy at the… continue reading »

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