The Earl Bruce Armored Car

Tuesday, May 2, 2017
The Earl Bruce Armored Car

Ryan’s story of the Dutch-flamed 300SL got me thinking a bit more about a pre-war custom that Earl Bruce owned, affectionally known as “The Armored Car”. You quickly… continue reading »

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The Earl Bruce 300 SL

Monday, May 1, 2017
The Earl Bruce 300 SL

A lot of people don’t know this, but Earl Bruce’s 300 SL was actually the first stateside. So, the car itself was seen by most sportscar guys as… continue reading »

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Ford’s Other Ways to Get Your Rays…

Thursday, April 27, 2017
Ford’s Other Ways to Get Your Rays…

Despite the fact that I love my ’39 Mercury convertible, I’m not really a drop top guy, per se. I was actually looking for a ’39 coupe but… continue reading »

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Classy Nash?

Tuesday, April 18, 2017
Classy Nash?

By the early 1950s, Nash had a reputation as a budget, entry-level car. The Rambler was a fine car, and the Metropolitan was cute, but did Nash ever… continue reading »

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Pick a Winner

Monday, April 17, 2017
Pick a Winner

When I was a kid, I’d take my dad’s latest issue of Thrifty Nickel and then thumb through every page imagining that by some stroke of luck I was… continue reading »

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Bob’s Summer? Not a Bummer

Friday, April 14, 2017
Bob’s Summer? Not a Bummer

Hot rodding and customizing have never been the cheapest pastimes, and they’re especially difficult to get involved in when you’re a kid with no job. Unfortunately, that’s where… continue reading »

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The Best At The Round Up

Monday, April 3, 2017
The Best At The Round Up

Hey fellas… It’s Round Up week in Austin. That means that all hell has broken loose and people are running around like one legged men in ass kicking… continue reading »

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Your Rod or Custom In One Word

Friday, March 24, 2017
Your Rod or Custom In One Word

Stinky. That’s the word I heard someone use to sum up the smell of an old Buick rumpdibumppinin across the parking lot earlier this week. *** People will… continue reading »

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