A bit of So Cal Down Under

A bit of So Cal Down Under

I’m always digging around for fun clips of hot rods, whether it’s old B movies or just random footage of guys driving around they’ve just built. This short video… continue reading »

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Happy 85th Birthday, Deuce!

Happy 85th Birthday, Deuce!

Well, we missed the party by just a bit… According to the records, Henry introduced the 1932 Ford on March 31st, 1932. It was the America’s first mass-produced V-8 car,… continue reading »

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The Blue Angel: Part 2

The Blue Angel: Part 2

Back in 2013, Jay wrote a feature on the Blue Angel – a 1957 Chevrolet convertible that Barris and Dean Jeffries had had their way with. That was… continue reading »

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The Book Of Gow

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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The World Finals

The World Finals

The drag strip is wild place to be regardless of what you’re doing. Racing, spectating, tuning or turning a wrench—there’s never a shortage of fast-paced activity unfolding when… continue reading »

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Helping Audiences Appreciate the ‘Legends’…

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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Reality Bites

Reality Bites

So I have a small arsenal of cars – the newest of which is a 1990 Porsche RS clone. It has slowly turned into a pseudo track car/investment,… continue reading »

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The Earl Bruce Armored Car

The Earl Bruce Armored Car

Ryan’s story of the Dutch-flamed 300SL got me thinking a bit more about a pre-war custom that Earl Bruce owned, affectionally known as “The Armored Car”. You quickly… continue reading »

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