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  1. Yes. Last I knew the magazine was going to sell it.


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  2. I see no mention of American Graffiti II. Graffiti-Milner.jpg Graffiti-Hunt brothers.jpg
     
  3. Ghost of Dragstrip Hollow 1959

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  4. Scumdog
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  5. flatheadgary
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    all the cars in the untouchables. the movie and the series
     
  6. 4doorfever
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  7. Kelly Burns
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    That would be a good one to get ahold of, it probably wouldn't be to hard to bring it back to the way it should be.
     
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  8. Fueler38
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    Highboy or T-Bucket - take your choice - The Lively Set - 1964 Lively Set 1.jpg
     
  9. OLSKOOL57
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    Like HRP, Two Lane Blacktop. Always liked the 55 Chevy. Never cared much for the hood scoop though.
     
  10. Every car in this scene for To Please A Lady
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  11. mohr hp
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  12. 210superair
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    Did not bother to press play... But you still win in my book!
     
  13. 40FORDPU
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    I'm a bit biased, but I liked Lumpy's '40 in Leave it to Beaver
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  14. Pass The Torch
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    Never give a sucker an even break. Very bizzare movie, but W.C Fields destroys a ‘33 sedan.... IMG_9184.JPG


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  15. toml24
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    1964 TV show "My Living Doll" with Julie Newmar. I actually saw this being filmed at a local Fosters Freeze hamburger stand very close to home in Manhattan Beach, CA. I was 7 years old in the Summer of 1964. Bob Cummings was kicked and slapped many times for the perfect action shot.
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  16. hemihotrod66
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    I can't believe no one mentioned the Kookie Kar from 77 sunset Strip TV series... That is what gave me the hotrod bug...I am glad it has been returned to its roots...
     
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  17. firemangordy
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    The "Exorcist" Nomad from the movie "Outrage!"
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  18. Speed Gems
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    Another two of my favorites in from the movie Hot Rod Gang 1958. i439889.jpg
    and...
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  19. Chrisbcritter
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    The studio must have spent a fair amount of money building a copy of it for the final scene of Robert Culp's vengeance; Nomads weren't cheap in SoCal even in '73:

    Might have been more satisfying to watch him leave the Nomad alone and just drag the Chandler kid out of the house and smash his skull into tomato bisque with the bat, but this was TV, not the movies, and this is Robert Culp, not Charles Bronson! :D
     
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  20. Eh-Bone
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    Dont forget about...”Sometimes they come back”! 011FBE0E-E98F-4187-82B4-4AC0E6EC88C6.jpeg
     
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  21. firemangordy
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    I remember there was a lot of "Outrage!" from Nomad club members over a Nomad being destroyed.
     
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  22. toml24
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    Professor Fate's car from "The Great Race", seemingly discarded and in disrepair in the back lot of Cars of the Stars Museum of Buena Park, CA, in 1977.
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  23. "Return to Macon County", 1975 with a young Don Johnson.:cool:
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  24. Mark Grabo
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    the Truck for the Jeepers Creepers Movie
     

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  25. Atwater Mike
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    Car was owned by Merced, Ca.'s own Tom Hiser. Tom 'found' the chopped '40 in a consignment car lot in San Jose, in bad shape. Salesman quoted an inflated price, went in the office to answer the phone. Tom looked inside the glove box, found the owner's name and address, went to Thanksgiving dinner at his in-laws' house, and called the guy. Bought the '40 for a 'right price', 30% of the consignment price.
    Tom had a shop right across from Merced fairgrounds, where he did the work on the '40. It always had the Buick, according to Tom.
    Car is still here in Merced, a friend of Tom's now owns it.
     
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  26. Atwater Mike
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    Yeah...Said it looked like a juke box. (it did...)
     
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  27. Atwater Mike
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    This is Dick Scritchfield's '32, when it was yellow. (L.A. Roadster club's logo car)
    Same car that Bruce Meyer had restored, the original HRM cover car, #1 in 1948.
    Is that a girl driving it? (car in this instance was driven by John Ashley in 'Hot Rod Gang', 1957. Back on page 1 (post #6) is a shot from the same movie, on L.A. street (Lankershim Blvd?) Pic above has trimmed rear fenders...same car in Hot Rod Gang 1958 has no fenders.
    Actually not, Mick. The roadster in 'Ghost of Dragstrip Hollow' had a flathead.
    Good shot of it when the blonde hits the barrier in the L.A. river race and Lois Cavendish (Jody Fair) goes speeding off, and the motorcycle cop stops to survey-and-arrest...
    'Ghost of Dragstrip Hollow' is NOW playing on You Tube...
     
  28. Shon Wittenbarger
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    I replied to the first post. This scene was from The Real McCoys Hot Rod episode 13,season 3
     
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  29. Shon Wittenbarger
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    Actually that is the same car that burnt at the end. I have the same issue of Street Rodder, but I have a issue of Popular Hot Rodding ( I think that is what it's in ) somewhere that Betty Baker made the statement that the car was burned out and the rear of it had damage when they bought from the studio.
     
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  30. dan c
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    he also was in an episodic film, "if i had a million." he drives his brand-new '32 ford phaeton out of the dealership and is t-boned by a "roadhog." fields buys a fleet of clunkers, hires drivers and wreaks vengeance on ignorant drivers...
     
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