Discounting The Consensus

Discounting The Consensus

The past few months have been pretty shitty here at The Jalopy Journal World Headquarters. I’ve been recovering from surgery, dealing with the death of a pal, and… continue reading »

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Here’s the Skinny

Here’s the Skinny

When building these old cars, you’re often forced to work with the hand you’re dealt. Last week, we touched upon a Southern California rodder who sliced and stitched… continue reading »

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Hot Rodding: The Spirit of Independence

Hot Rodding: The Spirit of Independence

The 4th of July is always an opportunity to teach my kids a bit about the history of this country, and how we fought long and hard for… continue reading »

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Happy 4th

Happy 4th

Well fellas… It’s that time of the year. I just wanted to drop our American readers a quick note and tell ya all to have a HAPPY FOURTH… continue reading »

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Pulling the Chute for Pops

Pulling the Chute for Pops

Ryan’s coverage of the Bob K. memorial reminded me of my father’s passing back in 2012, and what we as hot rod people do to keep our fellow… continue reading »

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So Long Bob…

So Long Bob…

“Funerals are for the living, not the dead.” I have no idea who first said that. It seems like a lot of folks have claimed credit through the… continue reading »

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A-Bucket

A-Bucket

The price of hot rodding isn’t what it used to be, and it seems as if the best vintage tin is getting harder to find as time marches… continue reading »

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WWII’s Massive Impact on Hot Rodding

WWII’s Massive Impact on Hot Rodding

At first blush, it might be easy for someone to blame WWII on slowing down the progress of hot rodding in America. After all, every able-bodied young man… continue reading »

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