Mighty Mopar Movers

Tuesday, April 17, 2018
Mighty Mopar Movers

Ryan’s images of the Hot Rod Drag Safari being pulled by that sweet ’54 Dodge wagon inspired me to think about my favorite Dodge-Chrysler-Plymouth station wagons of all… continue reading »

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The Drag Safari

Sunday, April 15, 2018
The Drag Safari

In 1954, Wally Parks sent Rick Rickman, Chic Cannon and Bud Coons on the road… Their mission? To train the nation on how to hold and contest a… continue reading »

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Custom Of The Year

Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Custom Of The Year

I know what you’re thinking. But, it’s not 2018… It’s 1960. And you bastards are getting ready to change history. No, really… You are. Before you are 30… continue reading »

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The Life Of Bloody Mary

Monday, March 19, 2018
The Life Of Bloody Mary

Back in 2014, Joey wrote a little feature on Barrie Neff’s ’39 Standard coupe that was featured in the October, 1963 issue of Popular Hot Rodding. Shortly thereafter,… continue reading »

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Happy 90th Birthday, Ford Model A!

Tuesday, March 6, 2018
Happy 90th Birthday, Ford Model A!

It’s difficult to underestimate the importance of the Ford Model A, not just in American Automotive history, but in it’s impact on the birth of Hot Rodding as… continue reading »

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Mail Dump from 2000

Monday, March 5, 2018
Mail Dump from 2000

Back in the day, I used to do these little entries on The Jalopy Journal that featured all of the images from my inbox that I had received… continue reading »

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The Long Island ’34 Roadster

Monday, February 26, 2018
The Long Island ’34 Roadster

I think if I were a truly wealthy guy and I needed a roaster in my collection, the first car I’d look to build would be a ’34… continue reading »

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Time for a T Bucket Snowmobile!

Thursday, February 22, 2018
Time for a T Bucket Snowmobile!

It’s pretty amazing to think that Model T’s have been made into snowmobiles for well over 100 years now.  The Snowmobile T all started in 1913 when an… continue reading »

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