American Dreaming

Wednesday, December 5, 2018
American Dreaming

For the past few years, Freeage Productions has been working on a documentary focused on the Detroit born design work from the big 3 in the 1940s, 50s,… continue reading »

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The Birth of a Rail…

Tuesday, November 27, 2018
The Birth of a Rail…

Here’s a great short film from 1965 of “TV” Tommy Ivo assembling his latest blown Hemi AA dragster in the garage. He makes it look easy at the… continue reading »

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Home Movie Drag Race Footage: Can You Guess?

Thursday, November 15, 2018
Home Movie Drag Race Footage: Can You Guess?

I just fount this nice footage of the early days of drag racing labeled “Albertson Family 1956 Drag Races” but it obviously is from a bit later once… continue reading »

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Should You Have Kept It?

Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Should You Have Kept It?

It’s a haunting title, isn’t it? Ryan isn’t alone with his ’65 Riviera thoughts. Most of us can remember an old car or two that we sold either… continue reading »

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A Car Show, A Drag Race, and a Hill Climb in 1959

Tuesday, October 23, 2018
A Car Show, A Drag Race, and a Hill Climb in 1959

This 8mm color home movie footage is a fantastic find from three separate events, apparently all shot in 1959. If your a motorcycle guy too, you in luck,… continue reading »

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Drag Racing in the U.K. 1963 – 65

Tuesday, September 18, 2018
Drag Racing in the U.K. 1963 – 65

I just found some great color  (or should I say ‘colour’) footage of Blackbushe Aerodrome drag racing in England in the mid 60s! I’ve written about Santa Pod Raceway and… continue reading »

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Color Film: Bonneville Highlights 1950-53

Thursday, August 23, 2018
Color Film: Bonneville Highlights 1950-53

Ryan’s great 1948 film posting reminded me about another Bob Estes  sponsored race car- The 1953 version of the Hill-Davis streamliner which ran as the “Bob Estes Mercury Special” at… continue reading »

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A Life In 1948…

Wednesday, August 22, 2018
A Life In 1948…

So one of my best pals was recently moving his mom out of his childhood home and stumbled upon a few 8mm rolls of film while doing so…. continue reading »

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