I had the pleasure of speaking to Mark Moriarity today. He reminded me that I hadn't posted anything on the hamb for a super long time. Being that he is a big hero of mine, and I'd pretty much jump in front of a truck for Ryan, I figured he had a point. (side note: One of the greatest Milwaukee Bands ever was called Front of Truck) Anyway, Mark asked why I hadn't posted in a while and I didn't really have an answer..... I mean, I look at the classifieds every day, and the Hamb is the greatest resource ever for answering hot rod questions........ I look up random facts all the time to solve problems in my life. BUT I don't know why I haven't posted much the last few years.... It could be that I am lazy and am just wrapped up in "instant" social media, or maybe the wheel of life has me spinning so fast, I cant find the brakes. Its scary sometimes, you know, how time flies. Here are some pictures of a couple Hot Rods we just finished. the silver roadster was inspired by the big cars of the 1930's and a picture of a 1936 Packard I found. It has a 312 and 1936 olds hood sides. the Jag style wires were a risky choice, but I love them! the Blue truck is based on one of our frames and has a tone of handmade parts including the headers and entire box! It has some crazy rare parts as well. the Horne intake is so cool! I'm super proud of these cars and the crop of cars we are working on. its an honor to have customers that give us some creative freedom!