The latest book from the always excellent Tom Cotter of the “In The Barn” series of books and the star of the Hagerty YouTube series “Barn Find Hunter” chronicles his drive across the USA with Michael Alan Ross in a hopped up 1926 Model T Roadster via the Lincoln Highway.
This newly released hardcovers spans 225 pages and is loaded with entertaining stories from the road.
The McGee Deuce roadster, one of the most iconic hot rods ever, is now the focus of an exciting full-length documentary by the Historic Vehicle Association. Packed with vintage and contemporary action footage, and interviews with guys like Ed Iskenderian, the roadster’s current owner, Bruce Meyer, and TRJ senior contributor Pat Ganahl and senior editor Greg Sharp, the film captures the spirit of the car and the era it was born from. Click here to see a one-minute teaser and the full 20-minute documentary.
Earlier this week I was lucky enough to grab one of the very limited Rodder’s Journal Lifetime Subscriptions that were on offer. Those of you who are aware of this superb publication will be aware of what a stunning offer that this was. I’m very happy 🙂
Unfortunately Bonneville Speed Week was a bust this year for racers. The heavy rains last week washed away any chance of racing because there was no way the salt could dry quick enough. We were there to take in Speed Week and photograph Johnson’s Hot Rod Shop and the ’53 Studebaker they built for Paul and Betty Gilliam, the Johnson’s partners on the Stupidbaker Racing Team.