My First Quickchange

My First Quickchange

Tom McMullen made me do it. Well, sort of. I never met the guy, but that hell-raising, large-cat-wrangling, magazine publishing mogul certainly changed the way I looked at… continue reading »

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American Graffiti – The Perfect Car Movie?

American Graffiti – The Perfect Car Movie?

Yes, we’ve talked about American Graffiti many times, but Ryan’s note about Paul Le Mat’s plight had me going back again, to this iconic film that made him… continue reading »

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Random Thoughts On A Busy Day

Random Thoughts On A Busy Day

Crazy week. So much going on. So much work to do. So many items on the to-do list. And so many random thoughts to get out of my… continue reading »

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The Art of Soap and Water

The Art of Soap and Water

Larry Kosilla of Ammo NYC is an artist, a miracle worker… An automotive detailer with deep passion for what he does. His skill of bringing the best out… continue reading »

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Operation Hawaiian Hemi

Operation Hawaiian Hemi

I’ve never been one to make long term plans. I prefer instead to go where my intuition takes me and trust my short-term situational awareness. I do, however,… continue reading »

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An Interview with Manuel Reyes

An Interview with Manuel Reyes

When it comes to hot rods and custom cars, there’s nothing better than working with your friends. That’s especially true when you have friends like Manuel Reyes—an acclaimed… continue reading »

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Flight of the Arrow

Flight of the Arrow

You might remember Ryan’s post a few years ago about a huge Pierce Arrow V-12 racing at Bonneville for a dependability film with Pennzoil. Turns out that Pierce… continue reading »

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Stude Italia

Stude Italia

In early 1953, Studebaker lifted the cloak off the new Commander and the general public looked on with bewilderment. It wasn’t that they didn’t like what they saw,… continue reading »

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