The H.A.M.B. Drags in 1962?

Wednesday, July 19, 2017
The H.A.M.B. Drags in 1962?

A few years ago, Carl Blanton sent me a bunch of shots taken by his camera guy (Hightower?) in 1962 at Mo-Kan Dragstrip – the same venue that… continue reading »

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The JackHammer ’40 Ford Tudor

Thursday, July 13, 2017
The JackHammer ’40 Ford Tudor

I’m over in the UK for work this week, unfortunately with no time to check out the local hot rods- Luckily I did stumble upon the website for… continue reading »

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Heroes In The Trenches Of Disneyland

Tuesday, July 11, 2017
Heroes In The Trenches Of Disneyland

Despite my ability to tolerate it beyond all known parameters, I hate pain. This hatred, of course, doesn’t separate me from society as a whole, but my tolerance… continue reading »

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Lunch Money & Ed Roth’s “Yellow Fang”

Friday, July 7, 2017
Lunch Money & Ed Roth’s “Yellow Fang”

A few years ago, I was wandering back towards my truck after the H.A.M.B. Drags in no particular rush when a stranger nudged me and said, “There he… continue reading »

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The Mystery Pink Dragster

Friday, June 30, 2017
The Mystery Pink Dragster

Never stop learning. That’s a piece of advice I have been given multiple times throughout my life and every time I hear it, I take it to heart…. continue reading »

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Rebirth of a Roadster?

Thursday, June 29, 2017
Rebirth of a Roadster?

Everything has a life cycle, doesn’t it? I built my ’29 Model A Roadster some 15 years ago as a young(er) man with limited hot rod build-knowledge, on… continue reading »

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Rex Rods: Roots and a ’29 Touring

Wednesday, June 28, 2017
Rex Rods: Roots and a ’29 Touring

Twenty years ago, before Keith Tardel was managing deep client waiting lists, he kept himself busy by building very traditional and very simple hot rods. They were typically… continue reading »

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Skip Hudson/ Dan Gurney ’29 A Roadster in Scale

Tuesday, June 27, 2017
Skip Hudson/ Dan Gurney ’29 A Roadster in Scale

1929 & ’29 Model A Roadsters seem to be the backbone of early postwar hot rodding for many reasons, mainly because they were still cheap and plentiful after… continue reading »

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