House Industries at the Henry Ford…

Tuesday, July 25, 2017
House Industries at the Henry Ford…

Man, I am so late to the party on this one! How did I miss the news that the insane geniuses at House have a badass exhibit at… continue reading »

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The History Of The H.A.M.B. Logo

Sunday, July 23, 2017
The History Of The H.A.M.B. Logo

So I’ve been giving some thought lately to freshening up the H.A.M.B. logo a bit. While researching, I ran across some concepts that the worldly famous Dan Picasso… continue reading »

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Build Your Own (die cast) Hot Rod!

Monday, July 10, 2017
Build Your Own (die cast) Hot Rod!

I posted about a cool Weiand Belly Tanker coming from ACME a few months ago, and that led me to another die cast offering by the same folks… continue reading »

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Skip Hudson/ Dan Gurney ’29 A Roadster in Scale

Tuesday, June 27, 2017
Skip Hudson/ Dan Gurney ’29 A Roadster in Scale

1929 & ’29 Model A Roadsters seem to be the backbone of early postwar hot rodding for many reasons, mainly because they were still cheap and plentiful after… continue reading »

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CSX 2075

Monday, June 19, 2017
CSX 2075

Now I’m not really into uber valuable cars and high-end auction houses, but Sotheby’s latest offering caught my eye for a number of different reasons. First, the Cobra… continue reading »

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Parts & Pieces

Friday, May 12, 2017
Parts & Pieces

Hot rodders see things differently; we’re ornithologists of steel and rubber rather than feather and flock. Whenever we come across any sort of old car, we subconsciously start… continue reading »

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The Book Of Gow

Monday, May 8, 2017
The Book Of Gow

The boys at Rolling Bones got together with Tom Fritz and made a book. It’s a good one. No really… It’s a good one. Here’s a really quick… continue reading »

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Helping Audiences Appreciate the ‘Legends’…

Thursday, May 4, 2017
Helping Audiences Appreciate the ‘Legends’…

I’m extremely grateful to have a job where I get to work on ‘CARS’ every day… At least animated ones. The best part about my specific role as a Creative Director… continue reading »

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