The State Of Things in 2020

Monday, January 6, 2020
The State Of Things in 2020

A couple of months back, the atmosphere above the Atomic World HQ shop/studio became polarized. In turn, the ground around the shop harkened up its fear of abandonment… continue reading »

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Stock to Hot Rod: Customizing in 1:18th

Thursday, October 24, 2019
Stock to Hot Rod: Customizing in 1:18th

I’ve spent far too much time watching guys restore old redline Hot Wheels. Today I bring you the talents of someone in Russia called ‘Slava Hotrod’ doing something… continue reading »

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Where Have All The Independents Gone?

Wednesday, July 18, 2018
Where Have All The Independents Gone?

I was browsing Instagram this morning on the shitter and stumbled upon some Stromberg 97 scoops that a young lad named Carpy was marketing. They are pretty damned… continue reading »

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The Top Secret Society of Rocket Levels

Tuesday, August 16, 2016
The Top Secret Society of Rocket Levels

Eight years ago I stood along side Kevin Lee in the empty parking lot of the old Ramada Inn at 3am in the morning. I don’t remember what was… continue reading »

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Bruce Glenn’s ’39 Ford- Early Post War Custom

Thursday, July 7, 2016
Bruce Glenn’s ’39 Ford- Early Post War Custom

The May ’54 issue of Rod & Custom has a feature called ‘Beating Detroit to the Punch’ about the Bruce Glenn Ford built by Harry “Westyguard” (yes, they really… continue reading »

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Head Hunting?

Thursday, June 9, 2016
Head Hunting?

The early 50s OHV V8s from GM along with the early Hemi motors signaled the beginning of the end for the beloved Ford Flathead in hot rods. If it… continue reading »

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The Roadsters Return…

Thursday, June 2, 2016
The Roadsters Return…

Early Ford Roadsters have long been considered quintessential hot rods, whether your personally a fan or not. The reasons that Henry’s roadsters have long been popular for hopping up are… continue reading »

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The Jalopy Journal #3

Monday, February 2, 2015
The Jalopy Journal #3

It’s been awhile since we released The Jalopy Journal in print – years in fact. We had planned on an original production schedule, but life got in the… continue reading »

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