Finding The Hirohata

Wednesday, April 14, 2021
Finding The Hirohata

Last month, it was reported that the Hirohata Merc is available for private sale. Rumors suggest that the Petersen Museum is the most likely new owner, but I… continue reading »

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Fifth Avenue in Full Color

Friday, April 2, 2021
Fifth Avenue in Full Color

The best images stick with you. Regardless where you see them, they work their way into your head and take up residency for days, weeks or maybe even… continue reading »

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Featured Classifieds: 1950 Ford Coupe

Wednesday, March 24, 2021
Featured Classifieds: 1950 Ford Coupe

This thing is pretty rad. Essentially, it was built years ago and has been sitting for a really long time. It looks as though the car was protected… continue reading »

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What Would You Do With It?

Thursday, March 18, 2021
What Would You Do With It?

I’ve been known to frequent the salvage auction sites, looking for deals on old motorcycles and classic cars from time to time, sometimes referred to as a ‘bottom… continue reading »

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The Hot Rod & Motor Sports Show

Monday, March 1, 2021
The Hot Rod & Motor Sports Show

The Hot Rod & Motor Sports Show was a shindig put on by The National Speed Directory (coolest name ever) and the Russetta Timing Association in the Los… continue reading »

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Seeing Details: Period Pics of Cabriolets

Tuesday, February 16, 2021
Seeing Details: Period Pics of Cabriolets

I’ve had both of these large black & white images mixed in with my car book and magazine collection for quite some time, and figured they were worth… continue reading »

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Details of the Sonzogni Merc…

Thursday, February 11, 2021
Details of the Sonzogni Merc…

If you’re familiar with your Barris Kustoms, you most certainly know the Frank Sonzogi 1950 Mercury coupe. Frank was known as the Lynwood police officer with a custom,… continue reading »

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Bring Back the 60s Wacky Show Rodz?

Tuesday, January 26, 2021
Bring Back the 60s Wacky Show Rodz?

By the early 1960s, radically customized street cars had reached their peak. There was only so many ways you chop, section and quad-headlamp a ’51 Merc., and the… continue reading »

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