Built in the Motor City…

Built in the Motor City…

I’m in Detroit for work for a few days, and it’s always great to be back in the Motor City. Dinner at Vinsetta Garage, a stroll around the… continue reading »

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Time Archive Photos – In Color!!!

Time Archive Photos – In Color!!!

So after yesterday’s post, I got an email from the photo editor of Time Magazine… and in that email were scans of the original color negatives used in… continue reading »

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The Drag Racing Rage

The Drag Racing Rage

So I’m still down and out after surgery last week. As such, I’m behind on both shipping merch and Alliance tags. However, I am feeling better and don’t… continue reading »

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The Texan’s Tall T

The Texan’s Tall T

I’m on a mid-’60s kick right now. Cars, bikes, music, art, design…wait a second—I’ve been hooked on this era for as long as I can remember. While thumbing… continue reading »

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Bombing Back to Bonneville?

Bombing Back to Bonneville?

Spring has finally sprung and in many parts of the country the climate can finally be called “Roadster Weather” just about everywhere. As you make your summer hot… continue reading »

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The People Of Hot Rodding

The People Of Hot Rodding

I’m all kinds of hopped up on pain meds right now. As some of you know, I’ve had neck issues for years and have plenty of surgery scars… continue reading »

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The Jack Kukura Roadster

The Jack Kukura Roadster

Ever wonder how many hot rods that were built in the early post-war era are still out there on the road today? How many roadsters built in 1946,… continue reading »

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The Ed Thompson ’27

The Ed Thompson ’27

October, 1958 – Car Craft Magazine. I have always had a thing for t-roadsters on deuce rails. Always. And I think the reason for that is simply because… continue reading »

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