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ONE OLD PROOF SHEET – Pat Ganahl’s Rod and Custom

I think it’s time for something old. Really old. Like 1930s and pre-War ’40s old. We’re talking Muroc dry lake and the birth of hot rodding–though not by that name, yet. The Southern California Timing Association (SCTA), the first “umbrella”… Read More ›

GM’s Fleeting Fastback Phase: The 1941-52 Streamliners — Reblog Mac’s Motor City Garage

When the GM streamliners first made their appearance in 1941, they looked like the most advanced cars on the road. But the futuristic shape didn’t age well, lasting barely a decade. GM’s Fleeting Fastback Phase: The 1941-52 Streamliners — Mac’s Motor… Read More ›

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