Shaping a Heavy ’32 Axle

Monday, October 12, 2020
Shaping a Heavy ’32 Axle

Holiday and all… I’m off and working on a non-related project. But, this popped up again today and I figured it needed more attention. This dude knows detail…. continue reading »

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Fake Generator

Thursday, October 8, 2020
Fake Generator

Like most, I don’t have much interest in vintage looking fake stuff. I mean, I think the new Stromberg 97s were a gift from god when they came… continue reading »

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Convert your Model A Tudor to a Woody?

Tuesday, June 18, 2019
Convert your Model A Tudor to a Woody?

I love the automotive how-to articles in old Popular Mechanics issues- Some tips are actually very practical for cars of our era, other projects are downright bizarre (I’m… continue reading »

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Barney Navarro Defines Horsepower

Monday, June 18, 2018
Barney Navarro Defines Horsepower

When I was a wee little lad, my dad was understandably concerned about my understanding of horsepower. We built one of those invisible engines together, he talked about… continue reading »

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Get to the Bottom of it

Friday, April 20, 2018
Get to the Bottom of it

Earlier this week, I came to the realization that I don’t post on the main board enough. I have so many questions and I know all you out… continue reading »

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Cloth Covered Wire Source

Wednesday, November 29, 2017
Cloth Covered Wire Source

So I actually have a pretty good feature to publish, but I’ve been so busy packing and shipping our new merch that I haven’t had the time to… continue reading »

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Tweety’s Resurrection

Monday, November 13, 2017
Tweety’s Resurrection

You remember Tweety Bird, right? Well, it looks as though this famous old roadster is about to be reborn. Jim and family delivered the roadster to Rex Rods… continue reading »

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A ’29 Touring Update

Monday, October 30, 2017
A ’29 Touring Update

So progress on the touring has creeped along at Rex Rods. It’s a weekend and after-hours deal, so updates aren’t going to be all that regular, but Keith… continue reading »

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