Design Inspiration

Wednesday, March 29, 2006
Design Inspiration

A lot of folks claim that traditional hot rods and kustoms are stuck in a vacuum sans innovation. I’ve never felt that we as a genre have even… continue reading »

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Repro Steel

Thursday, March 23, 2006
Repro Steel

Brookville’s 3w coupe body is ready to go and I’m conflicted by the whole thing. A few years ago my wife and I flew into Austin for the… continue reading »

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Hot Rod Books

Thursday, March 16, 2006
Hot Rod Books

I was living in Norman, Oklahoma when I first caught the traditional hot rod bug. While I still consider Norman to be the capital of this great country,… continue reading »

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Kevin’s Flathead Ford

Tuesday, March 7, 2006
Kevin’s Flathead Ford

Kevin Lee was originally planning on running an early 60’s aluminum block v8 Buick in his now infamous modified roadster. It wasn’t until he stumbled across what looked like… continue reading »

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Family Tradition

Wednesday, March 1, 2006
Family Tradition

My first memory of speed is picture perfect. My pops had a ’75 Corvette that was heavily warmed over and out-fitted with twin turbos. He would sit my… continue reading »

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Red River Kid

Sunday, February 26, 2006
Red River Kid

Historically speaking, the state of California and her coastal highways are the most natural settings for hot rods and kustoms. Sunny skies, crashing waves, and all that shit… I drove… continue reading »

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Land Speed Art And The Bad Guys

Friday, February 17, 2006
Land Speed Art And The Bad Guys

There is something very organic and natural about land speed racing. It’s the driver and the car – nothing comes between man, machine, and speed. It’s this setting that captures automotive… continue reading »

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Finned Air Filters & The Discovery Revolution

Tuesday, January 31, 2006
Finned Air Filters & The Discovery Revolution

The aftermath of the Discovery Channel/Jesse James phenom was pretty embarrassing. Our little niche of fabricators, artists, and mechanics was suddenly in a race to see who could… continue reading »

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