Bill Grader’s ’36 Ford

Monday, July 17, 2017
Bill Grader’s ’36 Ford

I did a blind pick and feature this morning. Essentially, I just pick a binder from my Hot Rod Magazine collection at random, flip to a random page,… continue reading »

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Ralph Ehorn’s 1954 Ford Pickup

Wednesday, July 5, 2017
Ralph Ehorn’s 1954 Ford Pickup

My truck obsession continues… This morning I was searching my hard drive for examples of ’51-52 Ford pickups and actually ran across this example of a ’54. It… continue reading »

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When a Car Show Turned Deadly!

Thursday, June 15, 2017
When a Car Show Turned Deadly!

I was sorting some of my old hot rod books, when I came across the Pat Ganahl’s excellent ‘Ed “Big Daddy” Roth- His Life, Times, Cars, and Art’…. continue reading »

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The Ferrari Shoot

Monday, May 22, 2017
The Ferrari Shoot

This feature was originally ran in 2017. I’m running it again because the old version had some formatting issues… and well, I love this one and wanted to… continue reading »

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’57 Variety

Friday, May 19, 2017
’57 Variety

In the traditional hot rodding and customizing realm, I’m often drawn to variations on a theme. It’s like a studio filled with artists looking at the same figure… continue reading »

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Doug McCauley’s Studebaker Truck

Tuesday, May 16, 2017
Doug McCauley’s Studebaker Truck

Customizing is all about thinking a little different, isn’t it? Modifying and personalizing one’s vehicle enough to make it special in some stand-out way. By the early 1960’s, the mild… continue reading »

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Larry Watson Discusses His Creations…

Monday, May 15, 2017
Larry Watson Discusses His Creations…

So this video was uploaded to YouTube in 2011, but I somehow never saw it. I spent the first hour and a half of this morning giving it… continue reading »

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The Blue Angel: Part 2

Tuesday, May 9, 2017
The Blue Angel: Part 2

Back in 2013, Jay wrote a feature on the Blue Angel – a 1957 Chevrolet convertible that Barris and Dean Jeffries had had their way with. That was… continue reading »

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