House Industries at the Henry Ford…

House Industries at the Henry Ford…

Man, I am so late to the party on this one! How did I miss the news that the insane geniuses at House have a badass exhibit at… continue reading »

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The History Of The H.A.M.B. Logo

The History Of The H.A.M.B. Logo

So I’ve been giving some thought lately to freshening up the H.A.M.B. logo a bit. While researching, I ran across some concepts that the worldly famous Dan Picasso… continue reading »

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A H.A.M.B. Drags Highlight Reel

A H.A.M.B. Drags Highlight Reel

It’s surprisingly quiet tonight at the San Francisco airport. People come, go, mumble and laugh. Smartphones on, ear buds in, travelers tune in to whatever frequency will get… continue reading »

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Plymouth Plainsman Wagon: Weird and Rare

Plymouth Plainsman Wagon: Weird and Rare

You may have never heard of this wagon before- And that’s understandable, because its the only one in the world. Built by Ghia of Italy in 1956, this… continue reading »

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The H.A.M.B. Drags in 1962?

The H.A.M.B. Drags in 1962?

A few years ago, Carl Blanton sent me a bunch of shots taken by his camera guy (Hightower?) in 1962 at Mo-Kan Dragstrip – the same venue that… continue reading »

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Daytona 1957: The Other Time Trials

Daytona 1957: The Other Time Trials

One would think that if you wanted a car measured for flat out top speed over a measured mile, then Bonneville would have been your place to go… continue reading »

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Bill Grader’s ’36 Ford

Bill Grader’s ’36 Ford

I did a blind pick and feature this morning. Essentially, I just pick a binder from my Hot Rod Magazine collection at random, flip to a random page,… continue reading »

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Make the Haul to the 2017 Meltdown Drags

Make the Haul to the 2017 Meltdown Drags

Summer means hot rod happenings, and one of the biggest of them all is going down this weekend on an old strip of asphalt near the Illinois/Wisconsin border…. continue reading »

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