What are your personal top-5 favorite hot rods of all time? Or better still, what are 5 of your favorites, knowing how difficult it is to list only 5? @Jive-Bomber s JJ feature on the Spurgin-Giovanine hotrod got me to thinking (once again) . . . what are my top five favorite hot rods of all time? (S-G is one of them). First I thought about bringing this thread https://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/threads/all-time-roadsters.309053/ back to the top, but the "roadster" limitation is too limiting . . . there is no good reason why a closed coupe or a gasser should not be among YOUR favorite hot rods of all time, if that's what rings your bell. Edit Dec.28, 2017: Old School HAMBers please take note: Why the hell start another one of these threads? There have been many of these over the years, true. The problem is that the vast majority of the pics are gone from these old threads! The great old threads are no longer first-rate archives because of this photographic deficiency. They are still good resources for the historical information, but these threads lose most of their punch when most of the pics are merely red X's now. My goal here is to establish a good resource thread in which the vast majority of the pics will remain permanently. I will ensure this happens by periodically reposting pics of the cars mentioned in this thread, but these reposted pics will not be hosted by a third party internet source; rather the pics will be uploaded to the HAMB from my computer - they will remain on the HAMB servers as long as these servers remain viable (decades, we hope). I'll start it off, knowing it is hard to pick only five: Mooneyham & Sharp Spurgin-Giovanine McGee Spencer Pierson Bros.