Going Back to the last Paso Robles – 2007

Tuesday, April 23, 2019
Going Back to the last Paso Robles – 2007

Why am I bringing up Paso again? Well, I’m actually heading to Santa Maria this year for the West Coast Kustoms Crusin’ Nationals for the first time in… continue reading »

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Back on the Magic Highway USA

Tuesday, April 9, 2019
Back on the Magic Highway USA

I posted this article nearly 10 years ago, but I’m reposting it for two reasons: The original link to the movie has expired, and it’s worth watching! I… continue reading »

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1935 Ford: Crossing the Road to Custom?

Tuesday, March 26, 2019
1935 Ford: Crossing the Road to Custom?

We toss the terms ‘hot rod’ and ‘custom’ around quite a bit for pretty much every old car that’s been souped up or modified. Yes, a motor can… continue reading »

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Getting Dirty in the Devil’s Bowl

Thursday, March 21, 2019
Getting Dirty in the Devil’s Bowl

If your ever down in Mesquite, Texas, there’s a dirt oval track that’s been the home of dirty driving derbies since the 1950s- The Devil’s Bowl Speedway. I… continue reading »

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2018 El Mirage… Shot in Super 8mm

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
2018 El Mirage… Shot in Super 8mm

There is a strange beauty to shooting with real film that just can’t quite be captured the same way digitally. It’s a whole nother thing to shoot motion… continue reading »

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Detroit Drag Racing Movies 1959- 1965

Thursday, March 14, 2019
Detroit Drag Racing Movies 1959- 1965

Joe Taubitz was a member of the Flint Gear Grinders, attending many drags around Detroit, Michigan in the late 50s and early 60s with his 8mm color home… continue reading »

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Hot Rod Restoration in 1/64 scale

Thursday, March 7, 2019
Hot Rod Restoration in 1/64 scale

Bringing a hot rod to life is an acquired skill. Some guys are obviously more gifted than others, but the really good ones make it look easy, don’t… continue reading »

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1932 Ford= The Great Depression Buster of Steel Valley

Tuesday, February 26, 2019
1932 Ford= The Great Depression Buster of Steel Valley

We’ve bragged on the ’32 Ford being a moonshot in the car world before: Being the first mass-produced, entry level V8 automobile is a big deal, and Henry… continue reading »

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