Throughout the month of December, we received more than 3, entries via Instagram, Facebook and Last month, we teamed up with our sponsors to give away a long list of hot rod and custom car parts. From Fuel Coupes We thought you might get a kick out of them. But a little explanation is probably in order. Now in its 26th year, the HCS brings builders and enthusiasts Now in its 26th year, the show is revered as a mecca for those The flathead-powered roadsters were out in full force; from We were impressed with both the quantity and quality of cars that made their way into our inbox from around the world.
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Along with some random snapshots of our Riviera in progress, Originally built in Michigan, the car epitomizes the wilder drag roadsters of the This Saturday, May 13 th the doors open at 9 a. Road trip in a historic custom? Why not! There are some books that are loaded with information outlining all the specifics—the who, what, when and where.
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And then The Veazies are both employees of So-Cal Speed Shop, and they built the nailhead-powered roadster with the help of the Now in its 65th year, the historic event welcomes cars and spectators from across the country to the Motor City for a weekend Last week, we loaded up our camera gear and headed north to Sacramento with a pack Our Great Big Giveaway Week continues! Now in its 68th year, the three-day event brings cars and enthusiasts from across the globe to the Pomona Fairplex. The late Pete Chapouris On Sunday, December 4th, more than custom cars and motorcycles will take over the Pacifico Yokohama convention center for the Hot Rod Custom Show.
This year marks the 25th anniversary, and Shige Suganuma and the Mooneyes team have With its supercharged cid Chrysler, the coupe was a fierce The event, which runs from Friday, October 21st until Sunday, October 23rd, always brings out the best front engined dragsters, Altereds, Gassers and Funny Cars to Now in its second year, the show brings hundreds of hot rods and customs to Lafayette, Louisiana, for a jam-packed weekend of food, music and cars. More than lots are slated to cross the block, ranging from award-winning classic cars to hot rods to one-of-a-kind automobilia.
In , approximately 85, spectators Over the weekend, 3, hot rods, customs and street machines packed the Alameda County Fairgrounds for the Goodguys West Coast Nationals. August is always an exciting month for hot rodding, and two of our favorites events are happening this weekend. The H. This Saturday, August 20th, the Brookville Roadster headquarters in Brookville, Ohio, will be filled with hot rods and custom cars for the seventh annual open house and car show. Despite the hot weather, participants and spectators came from across the United States to take in everything Louisville Art was a craftsman and competitor to the utmost degree; he dedicated nearly 70 years to building racecars and hot rods that were as beautiful as they were Held this Saturday, June 25 th and Sunday, June 26 th , the auction will feature a wide selection of cars ranging from Hosted by the Oilers Car and Motorcycle Club, the exclusive event combines a traditional, s atmosphere with high revving, sand flinging racing The late Bill Hines customized cars for more than half a century.
More than 2, rods, customs and street machines made their way to the Nissan Stadium grounds for three days of show and shine. With fantastic weather From show rods to slingshot dragsters, these images help paint an accurate picture of our This weekend, hot rods and customs will take over Austin, Texas, for the 15 th annual Lonestar Round Up.
The 64 th Annual Detroit Autorama kicks off Friday, drawing hot rodders and customizers from around the world for an action-packed weekend in The Motor City. Much like previous years, the AMBR competition was stiff, and the contestants ranged in style from pre-war traditional to Along with the glitz, glamour, impeccable detailing and intricate This weekend, more than traditional hot rods and customs will make their way to Yokohama, Japan, for the Hot Rod Custom Show.
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Now in its 24 th year, Shige Suganuma and the Mooneyes team will be hosting a collection of George Barris, an icon both inside and outside the world of custom cars, passed away on Thursday, November 5th at his home in Encino, California. On Saturday night, historic drag cars of all types were fired up and set to cackle until the tanks went As this week comes to a close, three must-attend events are taking place across the United States. Rods, customs, live music and homestyle cooking are on the menu this weekend for the Bayou Round Up. More than cars from across the United States are taking over the town of Lafayette, Louisiana, for two days of southern-style hot The Counts of the Cobblestone have been active in the South Dakota rodding scene for more than half a century.
Engines will roar and sand will fly on the beaches of Wildwood, New Jersey, this weekend for the fourth running of The Race of Gentlemen. The event, which is hosted by the Oilers Car and Motorcycle Club, draws dozens of stripped Next weekend, a group of handpicked traditional customs will take to the beach for the second annual Customs by the Sea. The event, which is hosted by the Kustomrama team, is held October in conjunction with The Race of Gentlemen The Alameda County fairgrounds filled with hundreds of rods and customs for the first day of the 29 th Goodguys West Coast Nationals.
Although the California-based event is a major destination for antique and classic car The event, which celebrated its 21 st year in Louisville, brought cars and spectators from across the globe There are several other rods, customs and pieces of custom-culture memorabilia slated Tomorrow morning, the streets surrounding Mooneyes headquarters in Santa Fe Springs, California, will fill with hot rods and custom cars for their Open House.
Beginning Thursday, tire smoke and nitro fumes will fill the air as Fuelers, Funny Cars, Altereds, Gassers and hot rods and customs of all kinds storm Luckily, our own Pat Ganahl as well as photographer Tom Davison were in attendance to take in the more than traditional customs, lowriders, Now the 14 th Annual Lonestar Round Up is finally here, and hot A week or so ago, we returned from a whirlwind trip to the Motor City.
This weekend, March , the Pomona Fairplex will host an impressive display of traditional hot rods and customs alongside hundreds of the A new AMBR has been crowned, another Grand National Roadster Show is past, and once again we had a blast hanging out in Pomona with our friends, readers, and fellow hot rodders. Hot rodders and customizers are among The hot rod and custom halls were brimming with activity—not to mention some unbelievable cars and cool new Our first destination is the Lonestar Round Up this weekend As many of you have undoubtedly heard, Tom Medley passed away this past weekend.
He was born in and would have turned 94 on March 20th of this year. When we think of Tom Medley the first thing that comes We are daydreaming of the summer months that lay ahead so that we can get out on the road. The note was short, but the accompanying photos of his speed equipment collection were worth a thousand words. Every available surface of his snug two-car We get a lot of cool photos mailed and emailed to us throughout the year.
We hope you all had a happy and safe new year. After taking a brief break to ring in , we jumped right back into production of our next issue, TRJ 62, which will be printing next week.
We asked you to send in your snowiest, cheeriest holiday rod and custom photographs, —. By that evening photos from around the The car has a storied past, having gone from the show circuit to the drag strip Scrapbook has been one of our best selling books since its release in and now there is only a very limited supply left.
With Christmas approaching the few remaining copies are flying off our shelves, so if you want John is, however, a second generation hot Some time ago Junior Nelson, of Tacoma, Washington, sent us a small assortment of photos taken in the Pacific Northwest back in the s The newest of these images are more than two decades old and the oldest were shot just We always look forward to the Reunion because we get to hang out with old friends, see some great hot rods and racecars, and relive our Five award winners from each of five different car shows across the country are being chosen, and at the end of the year We took time Sunday afternoon to recognize a handful of builders and It was another fun-filled weekend, complete with an amazing field of hot rods and customs.
Storytelling was my style. I was an artist, but not a self-proclaimed great artist, just a common man who was working in a form of art which is now universal. I get letters from people of my own status. Did you use books?
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I feel everybody has that ability. I drew instinctively. Mine was an instinctive style. I admired anybody who could make a buck with his drawing.
Comics like Prince Valiant. I loved Milton Caniff and his work. Everybody did. If a man was good he was universally liked. Was that from your father? I was a movie person. I think it was one of the reasons I drew comics.
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They galvanized me. When Superman came out it galvanized the entire industry. Superman is going to live forever. I felt in that respect I was doing the same thing. I wanted to be known. I did another daily comic. I kept Kirby. My mother gave me hell. My father gave me hell. My family disowned me. Or Stillweather. I felt Jack Kirby was close to my real name. A lot of it. They were confrontational days when people of different backgrounds had to live together. We were never Orthodox, but we were Conservative. I went to Hebrew school. It was above a livery stable, the Hebrew school.
Hebrew school was a rough place. An airplane flew over one day and I ran over to the window and everyone was pushing and shoving each other, and some guy really shoved me out of the way — I knocked him clean out. They had to pick him up. But, I was so eager. That was such an innovation to hear the sound of the motor of an airplane flying overhead.
I just had to get there in front. I was attracted by everything that seemed to be new and advanced. I saw the Time Machine. I saw the Chaplin comedies, Buster Keaton. It might still be there for all I know. The Marx brothers came on stage and they did their act. I saw them in the movies. I loved the Marx brothers. I would love love love if you made a one page version of this so I could put it on Instapaper and read it on my Kindle…. It might have been nice to have included the note here, given the inflamatory nature of the interview.
Gary Groth published a note saying that some of the claims were possibly exaggerated Groth never said they were not true , a thought I echoed upon publishing this on Monday. Also, I doubt very much that Kirby designed Spider-Man. Black web designs on red, with arbitrary solid blue patches on the sides, blank white eyes, and webbing under the arms?
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