Coby

Wednesday, September 20, 2006
Coby

Coby Gewertz is the creator and main creative behind Church: Cars not Culture. We wrote about the little zine here. Coby has turned on to some tough times and… continue reading »

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The Jalopy Journal News Wire!

Friday, September 15, 2006
The Jalopy Journal News Wire!

One of the best ways to stay up on the happenings at The Jalopy Journal is to use our RSS feeds. Of course, if you aren’t up on RSS… continue reading »

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H.A.M.B. Calendar Photo Submissions

Friday, September 8, 2006
H.A.M.B. Calendar Photo Submissions

It’s that time of the year again… Already. Amazing, isn’t it? Django is taking photo submissions for this year’s H.A.M.B. Calendar. What started as a little design project thee… continue reading »

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Off To Start A Revolution

Thursday, August 31, 2006
Off To Start A Revolution

This is the last post of the week fellas. I’m off to Northern California to start a revolution… I’ve really been looking forward to this show as kind… continue reading »

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Danger! Danger!

Tuesday, August 8, 2006
Danger! Danger!

Matt (WhiskeyRunner) and Megan (ChevyGirlRox) were headed back to Ohio from a show in Louisville this weekend when the unthinkable happened. The rear-end on Megan’s t-bucket locked up and 70mph sending the… continue reading »

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We Have Sponsors!

Sunday, July 30, 2006
We Have Sponsors!

For the first time ever, we are offering sponsorships on The Jalopy Journal. My feelings towards advertising and this medium are well recorded in a number of places. Put… continue reading »

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The H.A.M.B. Gas Rails

Wednesday, July 26, 2006
The H.A.M.B. Gas Rails

It started a few years ago… Kevin had the initial idea for a “parasite” digger and took the time to share his thoughts in what has now become… continue reading »

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Knecht Equipment Company

Wednesday, July 19, 2006
Knecht Equipment Company

Karl Knecht runs a small shop in Arlington, TX that turns out some of the nicest gauge panels we’ve seen since the early days of Stewart Warner. On… continue reading »

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