Magnetic Madness

Friday, May 15, 2020
Magnetic Madness

A burst of color can go a long way. It can change the pace. It can shake things up. I like that. If you’re like me, all this… continue reading »

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The Honk Glossary

Thursday, May 7, 2020
The Honk Glossary

Just a little something to give you a smile today… The November 1953 issue of ‘Honk’ magazine (the last issue before it became Car Craft) featured a fun… continue reading »

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Edsel Ford and E.T. Gregorie: Out of Print!

Tuesday, April 28, 2020
Edsel Ford and E.T. Gregorie: Out of Print!

Jumping back into my ‘books you must have before they disappear’ series, one of my all time favorites on quintessential Ford design is the S.A.E. title ‘Henry Ford… continue reading »

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The Best Hot Rod Podcasts…

Thursday, April 9, 2020
The Best Hot Rod Podcasts…

Spending a little more time absorbing content? Yeah, me too. I’ve always enjoyed a good Podcast like ‘This American Life’ driving back and forth to work, but these… continue reading »

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WWI Dazzle

Monday, April 6, 2020
WWI Dazzle

With Covid-19 comes writer’s block. It’s hard to write about hot rods and customs on a daily basis without inspiration… and it’s damn hard to get inspired without… continue reading »

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Virtual Shop Tours… Lets See Yours!

Thursday, March 26, 2020
Virtual Shop Tours… Lets See Yours!

If anything good has come out of this shut down (besides slowing the virus spread and less traffic), it’s folks getting creative about how they can engage with… continue reading »

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Don’t Forget to Call Roadside Assistance…

Tuesday, March 24, 2020
Don’t Forget to Call Roadside Assistance…

I read Ryan’s post from yesterday, and I think we’ve just about covered it all for hunkering down in the garage, getting stuff done in solace, fighting boredom,… continue reading »

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Keep It Sketchy!

Friday, March 20, 2020
Keep It Sketchy!

Paying attention can be hard. I found that to be especially true in school when the subject matter wasn’t engaging. During class, I would look around and see… continue reading »

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