Bill Vogt’s ’29 Ford

Wednesday, November 28, 2018
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 Dragettes

Wednesday, November 14, 2018
The Dragettes

In 1955, Kansas City was quickly becoming one of the hottest scenes for illegal street racing. Shit was going down… and it was going down on the regular…. continue reading »

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My Old Rivi Sells At Auction…

Monday, November 12, 2018
My Old Rivi Sells At Auction…

A few weeks back I got word that my old ’65 Riviera was going up for auction with Mecum in Dallas. Seeing these promotional photos brought back a… continue reading »

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Rods Illustrated

Monday, November 5, 2018
Rods Illustrated

My professional life started as a graphic designer… and my life as a designer was born from studying old car magazines. My favorite will always be the very… continue reading »

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1 Roll

Wednesday, October 24, 2018
1 Roll

About fifteen years ago, I bought my first Leica camera. It’s an M3 that has been a beater its entire life. The leather has pealed away from it’s… continue reading »

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A Car Show, A Drag Race, and a Hill Climb in 1959

Tuesday, October 23, 2018
A Car Show, A Drag Race, and a Hill Climb in 1959

This 8mm color home movie footage is a fantastic find from three separate events, apparently all shot in 1959. If your a motorcycle guy too, you in luck,… continue reading »

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Tardel/Cochran Coupe From Start To Finish

Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Tardel/Cochran Coupe From Start To Finish

Last night I was browsing through a bunch of old photo archives and ran across a set that I haven’t seen in years. The year was 2006 and… continue reading »

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The Jack Mickelson Roadster: FOUND!

Monday, October 8, 2018
The Jack Mickelson Roadster: FOUND!

Back in 2014, I wrote a little feature on a car that I knew very little about – The Jack Mickelson Roadster. All I really had was a… continue reading »

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