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 Golden Sahara II is found!

Thursday, March 15, 2018
The Golden Sahara II is found!

You’ve probably all read the news by now the Golden Sahara II has been unearthed after 50 years in hiding. There just aren’t that many high-profile original Barris custom… continue reading »

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Rod Emory’s Archives

Wednesday, February 28, 2018
Rod Emory’s Archives

Rod Emory is the grandson of Neil Emory. And like his grandfather before him, Rod is a gifted fabricator with a rare skill set that includes not only… continue reading »

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The Chopped Convertible

Tuesday, February 6, 2018
The Chopped Convertible

It’s easy to see the appeal of a Carson-topped custom: It’s insulated, removable, and best of all it gives a convertible that crisp, hardtop look. Now here’s the… continue reading »

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Dick Jackson’s 1954 Mercury

Wednesday, January 31, 2018
Dick Jackson’s 1954 Mercury

Hello ladies and gentlemen… It’s time for yet another installment of… Drum roll please: “ASK RYAN ANYTHING!” Ryan: This week’s lucky caller is Seymour Butts. Seymour, thanks for… continue reading »

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Awww Rats…

Wednesday, January 24, 2018
Awww Rats…

There’s big dilemma that occurs when you get the point of having more cars than garage space… That’s when you have to determine which vehicles go outside and… continue reading »

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The Seaburst…

Monday, January 8, 2018
The Seaburst…

This is pretty amazing… The Seaburst is a 1957 Ford that was featured in a number of different publications including Car Craft in 1963 and again in 1964…. continue reading »

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The Pinnacle of Early Ford Engineering…

Monday, December 18, 2017
The Pinnacle of Early Ford Engineering…

For about three years, I drove a ’39 Ford sedan every single day – rain or shine. I took my kids to school in it. I went to… continue reading »

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