The Pacemakers’ S.CO.T Blower

The Pacemakers’ S.CO.T Blower

So I got an email last week from a reader that had recently bought a 1930 Ford roadster powered by a S.CO.T blown flathead. With it, came a… continue reading »

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Pebble Beach Car Week has been cancelled…

Pebble Beach Car Week has been cancelled…

The news finally became official on April 22nd, when the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance cancelled what would have been their 70th anniversary show. With the pandemic’s end still… continue reading »

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The Gathering At The Roc

The Gathering At The Roc

Last year, I hooked up my old travel trailer and hit the road aiming to shoot as many cars as I could in a week. One of my… continue reading »

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Stealthy ’34

Stealthy ’34

During these stay-indoors days, it’s hard to beat the feeling of flipping through a magazine. New, old, new to you—it doesn’t matter as long as it gets your… continue reading »

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How to Recognize the MCMXXXII

How to Recognize the MCMXXXII

By the mid 1950s, the 1932 Ford was firmly cemented as the ultimate base to build the coolest car for street, strip, salt, or show. Rod & Custom… continue reading »

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The Miller Roadster

The Miller Roadster

Every now and then a build thread comes along that is just too good not to feature. This is one of those… Essentially, a long lost roadster that… continue reading »

Edsel Ford and E.T. Gregorie: Out of Print!

Edsel Ford and E.T. Gregorie: Out of Print!

Jumping back into my ‘books you must have before they disappear’ series, one of my all time favorites on quintessential Ford design is the S.A.E. title ‘Henry Ford… continue reading »

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Featured Classifieds: 1939 Ford Sedan

Featured Classifieds: 1939 Ford Sedan

I’ve long felt that the best daily driving old car platform was the 1939/40 Ford. They ride, stop, and handle better than anything Ford had ever produced at… continue reading »

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