The David Guymon ’47 Merc

The David Guymon ’47 Merc

David Guymon is one of those custom guys that you might not have heard of, but will someday be a legendary name. I say that because David’s work… continue reading »

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Back on the Magic Highway USA

Back on the Magic Highway USA

I posted this article nearly 10 years ago, but I’m reposting it for two reasons: The original link to the movie has expired, and it’s worth watching! I… continue reading »

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The History Of The Round Up

The History Of The Round Up

It’s Round Up week here in Austin… That means shit is about to hit the fan fellas – and in every possible way imaginable. The Monday before is… continue reading »

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Gimme A Brake!

Gimme A Brake!

I grew up going to garage and estate sales, and I’d like to think I was a fast learner. At a young age, I discovered these impromptu sales… continue reading »

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Los Angeles in the late 1940s… A Car Spotter’s Game!

Los Angeles in the late 1940s… A Car Spotter’s Game!

This clip has been seen a number of times already, so apologies if it’s made the rounds on here, but I’ve got a little game for ya… This… continue reading »

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Featured Classifieds: 1954 Ford Sunliner

Featured Classifieds: 1954 Ford Sunliner

Convertibles are usually overpriced and I typically like hardtop lines better, so I never really consider drop tops in my mind’s eye. But this morning I was farting… continue reading »

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The Muller Brothers Car Wash

The Muller Brothers Car Wash

I’m not sure what to categorize this under, except for “Art & Inspiration”. A few of these images have appeared on the HAMB before, but I finally got… continue reading »

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The Death Of John Cacciola & Pauline Middaugh

The Death Of John Cacciola & Pauline Middaugh

A few weeks back, I got an email with a newspaper clipping and a note from the great granddaughter of Pauline Middaugh. In June of 1950, Pauline was… continue reading »

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