Rest in Peace, Jessi…

Thursday, August 29, 2019
Rest in Peace, Jessi…

There’s already been a few threads on the HAMB about the tragic passing of Jessi Combs on August 27th, as she was attempting to further her ‘fastest woman… continue reading »

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The Hot Heads Roadster

Monday, August 12, 2019
The Hot Heads Roadster

Remember that little diddy that David Giller wrote for us a few weeks back? Well, he’s back for more… And this time it’s a little story about the… continue reading »

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More Hot Rodding In Argentina…

Monday, August 5, 2019
More Hot Rodding In Argentina…

A few months back I posted a video of hot rodders being hot rodders in Argentina. No stranger to the area, I’ve known about the culture for some… continue reading »

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Lance Reventlow And The First Scarab

Wednesday, July 24, 2019
Lance Reventlow And The First Scarab

In 1958, Lance Reventlow was essentially a young and rich playboy with a pension for speed. He was the lone heir to the Woolworth fortune, so his funding… continue reading »

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The Fred Johnson Roadster Pickup

Monday, July 22, 2019
The Fred Johnson Roadster Pickup

So my first post from Hawaii featured a couple of cars that a 1961 issue of Hot Rod Magazine said were parked in a Renegades Car Club display… continue reading »

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Mickey Thompson’s Monster…

Tuesday, July 9, 2019
Mickey Thompson’s Monster…

The August 1961 issue of Hot Rod has a heavy dose of competition cars, but one that took the majority of the cover (and the article pages) was… continue reading »

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Part 3: Hot Rods In Hawaii

Sunday, July 7, 2019
Part 3: Hot Rods In Hawaii

When we go to Hawaii, we typically stay on the island of Kauai and we tend to rent a different house on the same street in Waimea. Waimea… continue reading »

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Photoshoot Road Trip: The Nebraska Boys

Monday, June 24, 2019
Photoshoot Road Trip: The Nebraska Boys

The Photoshoot Road Trip: Part 3 After shooting Brandon’s roadster from Part 2, I hitched up the old trailer and continued north to Nebraska. A hundred miles or… continue reading »

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