Rods Illustrated

Monday, November 5, 2018
Rods Illustrated

My professional life started as a graphic designer… and my life as a designer was born from studying old car magazines. My favorite will always be the very… continue reading »

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Influential

Wednesday, October 31, 2018
Influential

I met a 20-something hot rodder the other day. The potential of such a thing often leaves me gleeful, but this was different. He wasn’t your typical kid…. continue reading »

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The Peel’in Pumpkin

Friday, October 26, 2018
The Peel’in Pumpkin

“Bubble bubble caldron trouble, build me a quick Gasser—on the double!” It’s not exactly clear, but some sources say that’s what Herb Crozier of Sylvania, Ohio, chanted as… continue reading »

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Which T Should it Be?

Thursday, October 18, 2018
Which T Should it Be?

I’ve got a very smart and creative buddy who loves Americana between the 1890s and 1920s. A few years ago he built a modern house cleverly disguised as… continue reading »

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Tardel/Cochran Coupe From Start To Finish

Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Tardel/Cochran Coupe From Start To Finish

Last night I was browsing through a bunch of old photo archives and ran across a set that I haven’t seen in years. The year was 2006 and… continue reading »

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Save it, Flip it, or Customize it?

Tuesday, October 16, 2018
Save it, Flip it, or Customize it?

If your on the HAMB, its very likely your always on the hunt for old car treasure or at least keeping your eye out. We all come across… continue reading »

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Too Far With the Car

Friday, October 12, 2018
Too Far With the Car

One summer day when I was back from school, I walked into the garage and noticed it was a little different. Everything seemed to be in place for… continue reading »

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“The Man’s” ’36 Roadster Project…

Wednesday, October 10, 2018
“The Man’s” ’36 Roadster Project…

My favorite cars on this planet are not cars built by some shop packed with super talented fabricators armed with the tools that make them efficient enough to… continue reading »

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