This is way off topic but too cool not to share. From 1935.
Neil’s recreation of his first teenage wheels.
Experiences from Baja, written by John Thawley.
Michell, Duntov, and even MstrEarl make appearances.
This video shows Norm James creating a yarn drawing of the Firebird III.
An exhaustive historical account that you can’t put down.
There are 52,188 photos in this Henry Ford Museum Photostream on Flickr.
Michael Lamm found himself drawn to the kookier cars at Pebble Beach.
Before reading Karl Ludvigsen’s book, Corvette, America’s Star Spangled Sports Car, I had dismissed the Corvette SS as mostly a styling exercise. No so.
Experiences from Baja written by my friend John Thawley.
A delightful account by Karl Ludvigsen.
Fantastic Ferarri videos!
Experiences from Baja written by John Thawley.
I was possibly in the crowd that day.
Great book about authentic hot rodding in the ’50s.
My gasoline infused bloodstream probably came from my dad.
I remember reading this David E. Davis article on the 2002. It seriously effected my preconceptions about automobiles.
This post features artwork by Richard Nesbitt.
There are only two 1954 Buick Wildcat IIs. The original in the Sloan Museum, and this remarkable recreation.
Dick Ruzzin’s Chevy powered Mangusta.
Very interesting and cool videos.
George Prentice on Steve Small.