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El Mirage in 1947-48, some photos I haven’t seen before

February 8th, 2018 by admin

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El Mirage in 1947-48, some photos I haven’t seen before

Hollywood Hot Rods made last years AMBR winner, and this year had the 2 coolest cars in the hall.

January 30th, 2018 by admin

the terrific alternative to a traditional flame paint job, the 1933 ‘Hot Chili Peppers’ Ford coupe built by Planet Hot Rod and Kevin Care

November 10th, 2017 by admin

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the terrific alternative to a traditional flame paint job, the 1933 ‘Hot Chili Peppers’ Ford coupe built by Planet Hot Rod and Kevin Care

in 1962, a guy working at Boeing bought a surplus small jet engine… and put it into his deuce roadster (thanks Dennis!)

August 17th, 2017 by admin

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in 1962, a guy working at Boeing bought a surplus small jet engine… and put it into his deuce roadster (thanks Dennis!)

Bobby Green of Old Crow Speed Shop has a cool short wheel base 1922 Overland – Whippet

July 13th, 2017 by admin

Outfitted with a four-cylinder Whippet engine, its streamlined “speedway” body was made by Faultless, and it rides on a narrowed Overland frame.

so he fixed it up and brought it to the 2015 Race of Gentlemen

He co-owns and produces the annual Race of Gentlemen in Wildwood, New Jersey and is the co-founder of the nightlife company 1933 Group (named in honor of the year Prohibition was repealed), Green creates bars that also hark back to America’s past, like Sassafras, a Savannah, Georgia, townhouse he turned into a jazz-era cocktail lounge and plunked down in the middle of Hollywood. He splits his time between 1933 ventures–its eight bars took in $13 million last year–and his Old Crow Speed Shop, where he stores more than two dozen cars and motorcycles and a trove of auto­motive memorabilia.

https://www.facebook.com/OldCrowSpeedShop/photos/a.656716727672261.1073741826.355225744488029/1024237674253496/?type=3&permPage=1
https://www.inc.com/magazine/201602/sheila-marikar/bobby-green-of-1933-group-on-building-bars-and-restoring-cars.html
https://www.hemmings.com/magazine/mus/2016/01/What-Wonderous-New-Machines/3749320.html#PhotoSwipe1499919809253
http://www.insidehook.com/los-angeles/race-of-the-gentlemen-pismo-beach
https://www.streetmachine.com.au/events/1511/usa-bucket-list-the-race-of-gentlemen
http://nwrodderblog.blogspot.com/2015/10/the-race-of-gentlemen-2015-on-street.html

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Bobby Green of Old Crow Speed Shop has a cool short wheel base 1922 Overland – Whippet

the car I most want that is coming to auction? Don Ferguson rebuilt Ardun powered, S.CO.T supercharged, Gene Winfield painted deuce roadster that was the Apr 1964 Hot Rod centerfold

May 22nd, 2017 by admin

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the car I most want that is coming to auction? Don Ferguson rebuilt Ardun powered, S.CO.T supercharged, Gene Winfield painted deuce roadster that was the Apr 1964 Hot Rod centerfold

it all started when a welder did some side work at a hot rod shop, then, they had him come by every couple days, when a new tv show needed a place to film the place he worked at was chosen. Rides… that producer loved his work, and then when he moved on to Overhaulin’ he asked the welder to join as a fabricator. One thing leads to another!

April 1st, 2017 by admin

In the early 1990s, an acquaintance suggested that Craig contact a local hotrod shop to see if they could use his welding skills. That tip led to Craig working part-time on hotrods, custom cars, sprint cars, mud trucks and just about anything requiring fabrication.

Two or three days a week, Craig helped with a wide variety of projects. All the while, he got an education in suspension and chassis design, fabrication, paint and much more.

In 2004 “Rides,” a popular reality TV show about hotrod builders, taped a few episodes at Dominator Street Rods. By that time, Craig had developed a reputation for doing quality work. Later he received a phone call from the program’s producer about a new show called “Overhaulin’.” Did Craig want to join the show as a fabricator? Craig said yes, and over the next five years he worked with Chip Foose and his crew on 21 episodes.

By early 2015, after two and a half years of nights and weekends, Craig had essentially completed the car.

https://grassrootsmotorsports.com/forum/grm/the-sewer-pickle/124893/page1/

And the engine choice was made by deferring to a GM troubleshooting engineer, who recommneded a Pontiac L76, related to the LS2, and 6 liters.

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it all started when a welder did some side work at a hot rod shop, then, they had him come by every couple days, when a new tv show needed a place to film the place he worked at was chosen. Rides… that producer loved his work, and then when he moved on to Overhaulin’ he asked the welder to join as a fabricator. One thing leads to another!

the straight 8 Packard, sure sounds great over 4 grand rpm. It’s 327 cu in 1948, now helped by a McCulloch supercharger

March 30th, 2017 by admin

ready to enjoy Hop Up feature 1929 hot rod, on ebay, currently around 30 thou

March 10th, 2017 by admin

Stored away since 1985, it’s getting pulled out of the garage to make way for furniture restoration and storage, and might get brought back to life

October 14th, 2016 by admin

but what is even cooler, is the 392 he pulled out of a abandoned car in 1965, that has been sidelined since the mid 70s

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