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If you dig 60’s Mopars getting upgraded, and The Roadster Shop work, and are going to SEMA, fyi, it’s all coming together with a 64 Polara

October 26th, 2017 by admin

chopper icon Jesse James (fan of his work, and in awe of his talent and experience, just not his personality) has The Roadster Shop working their mage level magic skills on this rough project.

As expected, James put his foot in his mouth when he just said this about SEMA ” I haven’t really wanted to go to SEMA for at least 15 years or more. Just seems like minitrucker dipshits, giant dumb wheels, and clown builds that are just a huge waste of tubing and sheetmetal.”

http://roadstershop.com/galleries/jesse-james-polara/
http://www.stanceiseverything.com/2017/10/talented-dipshits-why-dont-minitruckers-get-the-respect-they-deserve/

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If you dig 60’s Mopars getting upgraded, and The Roadster Shop work, and are going to SEMA, fyi, it’s all coming together with a 64 Polara

there are already replica’s of Darryl’s bike from Walking Dead being sold

October 24th, 2017 by admin

above is the tribute replica, but you can see some easy mistakes, like the centered headlight, the color of the forks

Below is the tv show bike

It doesn’t take Eugene’s observational skills to see the differences

http://www.bike-urious.com/walking-dead-replica-daryls-1991-honda-cb750-nighthawk/
http://www.bikeexif.com/daryl-dixon-motorcycle

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a screen grab from the 1930 Cecil B De Mille movie Madam Satan

September 16th, 2017 by admin

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a screen grab from the 1930 Cecil B De Mille movie Madam Satan

The Brunner-Winkle Aircraft Corporation built 220 planes in Brooklyn between 1928 and 1931, and perhaps 60 are still around. But this one was bought by Charles Lindbergh

September 7th, 2017 by admin

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The Beach Boys had a Capitol Records promo gifted to them of 5 matching Mini Mokes by Barris Kustoms, and it looks like Barris used the publicity to try and sell a lot more to the public

August 1st, 2017 by admin

Commissioned by Capitol Records and made by George Barris in 1966.

Jack Dempsey in his 1929 DuPont

June 27th, 2017 by admin

Probably the most memorable of all duPonts were the Model G’s, introduced in late 1928. Power was from a eight-cylinder L-head Continental 12-K engine that displaces 322 cubic-inches. It had an aluminum cover over the distributor, spark plugs and wiring which made it waterproof and gave it the allusion of having overhead valves. The 125 horsepower engine rested in a wheelbase that measured up to 141 inches. The price of ownership included hydraulic shock absorbers and four-wheel hydraulic drum brakes. The sticker price ranged from #4,360 to $5,750 and buyers were able to select from twelve body styles which included roadsters to town cars. Most were bodied by Merrimac Body Company.

The Merrimac Body Company was established by Stanley Judkins, son of John Judkin’s of the J.B. Judkins Company who were famous for their bodying of Lincolns and Packard’s, among others. Both were located in Merrimac, Massachusetts, along with around 40 other custom coachbuilders. This Mecca location attracted the most influential and prominent buyers from around the world who would come to see the new designs and creations.

The Merrimac Body Company was initially created to aid Judkins in creating vehicles, as Judkins was backlogged by numerous orders for their work. Merrimac’s largest customer became Rolls-Royce of America in Springfield, though they bodied other marques such as Lincoln, Locomobile, Franklin and Packard. Their legacy resides with the work they did for duPont and the sensational Model G Speedsters.

The world was blessed with the introduction of the Model G Speedster at the January 1929 New York Auto Show. It was bodied by Merrimac and shown in two-passenger configuration. There were gently-sweeping fenders, a bull-nose grille, and other unique and distinctive trademarks. The first individual to purchase the Model G Speedster was Mary Pickford for her husband Douglas Fairbanks.

With the Great Depression in full swing, the list of potential clients dwindled. The competition for the luxury car segment was at a pinnacle and Paul duPont decided to suspend production until the economy was more stable.

The company merged into the Indian Motorcycle Company when E. Paul du Pont purchased the Indian Company.

http://skyscraperpage.com/forum/showpost.php?p=5945942&postcount=11061
http://www.conceptcarz.com/vehicle/z10331/DuPont-Model-H.aspx

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Charles Kuralt’s rv used for CBS "On The Road" tv show, 1973 FMC

June 2nd, 2017 by admin

This FMC motorhome carried a three-man TV crew on America’s back roads, where they took time “to meet people, listen to yarns, and feel the seasons change” for 27 years

https://www.thehenryford.org/collections-and-research/digital-collections/artifact/233612/#slide=gs-215531

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Charles Kuralt’s rv used for CBS "On The Road" tv show, 1973 FMC

Amelia Earhart & Lockheed, Southern California, 1932

May 28th, 2017 by admin

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Amelia Earhart & Lockheed, Southern California, 1932

In 1915, journalist Emily Post set out from New York to investigate whether it was possible to drive comfortably across the country to San Francisco in an automobile. 7 years later she wrote her book on etiquette

May 15th, 2017 by admin

Emily Post began her career as a writer at the age of thirty-one. Her romantic stories of European and American society were serialized in Vanity Fair, Collier’s, McCall’s, and other popular magazines. Many were also successfully published in book form.

Originally published by Collier’s Weekly, By Motor To The Golden Gate describes her travels with her cousin Alice and her son as she embarks on the 27-day car trip across America, complete with the elements that make any road trip memorable: the nauseating climbs along muddy roads, the elegance of stylish downtown hotels and the “eccentric topsy-turviness” of Midwestern cities.

Renting James Bond a car

April 11th, 2017 by admin

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