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Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by Ron Funkhouser, Jun 14, 2018.

  1. We all have collected Hot Rod mags. Let's see some of your favorites. I have too many to ever count. But I never get tired of reading them.;) I'll start with a few 1950s SPEED mechanics. RON.... 20180614_122337.jpg 20180614_121645.jpg 20180614_121344.jpg 20180614_121233.jpg 20180614_121105.jpg 20180614_120910.jpg 20180614_120726.jpg

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    Cool collection!
     
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    One of the best, if not the best, Hot Rod covers of all time.

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    Have a lot of the same mags, see the likes, but mine are stored in containers. Those were definitely interesting times for drag racing ideas and innovations!
     
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  22. That's a cool one. Like others, mine aren't very organized.:rolleyes: I have a lot of these Motor Age mags. They have some very cool art. I'll post these two and look for more and post them later.:) 20180614_122516.jpeg 20180614_121920.jpeg

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    The second Motor Age looks like Woody Allen on the cover.
     
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  27. Here are some from my accumulation:
    All American Drags Illustrated:a magazine devoted strictly to Chicago area cars.
    Popular Hot Rodding with my all time favorite 32 Ford with Eddie Martinez interior.
    The first issue of CarToons;supposedly only available with a new subscription to Rod & Custom
    Customs Illustrated:Custom Craft:Custom Rodder;and a couple of Australian Custom magazines.
    April 1949 Hot Rod with my wife's ex-father-in-law on the cover.
    Fred Wagner's Saga of the Open Road. Fred was the first person to flag an auto race and did so for many years.
    An early issue of Hop Up. Not sure why the pic came out in b&w.
    An issue of MotorSport magazine with an early custom on the cover.
    An Australian Restored Cars magazine.
    A Rodding & Restyling with another of my favorite cars:Ollie Hine's 33 Ford coupe with the Brewster grille. Supposedly the car just went on the auction block for over $100,000.
    A PINK hot rod! Really! YUP!
    The last two are great books I picked up at an antique shop for a buck apiece. The story of Ted Horn: arguably one of the greatest racers that ever lived. And a privately printed book about New England area midget race car drivers with bio AllAmericanDragsIllustratedFebruary1966 001.jpg Blue3W.jpg CarToons1.jpg CI.jpg CustomCraft1.jpg CustomRodder1.jpg CustomRodderAustralia73.jpg CustomRodderAustralia74.jpg Frans 32.jpg FredL.Wagner'sSagaoftheRoaringRoad2016-2.50 001.jpg HopUp1953 7.jpg MotorsportJune1951 1.jpg RestoredCarsAustralia.jpg RoddingAndRestylingHines.jpg RoddingAndRestylingPink.jpg TheLifeofTedHornAmericanRacingChampion2016-2.50 001.jpg TheMidgeteersoftheUnitedCarOwnersAss'nInc.2016-2.50 001.jpg s of many of them.
     
  28. OOOPS! I posted the second issue of CarToons instead of the first one. Here is the right picture. CarToons0.JPG
     
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  29. A few more of my favorites. 472.jpg 820.jpg 821.jpg 822.jpg 823.jpg 901.jpg 1340.jpg
     
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