One of my favourite web car shows is Roadkill and two of the stars were here in the UK last weekend.
EBC brakes are a sponsor of the show and the guys appeared at the EBC head office in Northampton
I expected a good turn out, and that was the case love to have gone, maybe next time!
For those of you not familiar with the show there is some content on
Sadly newer and some additional content and newer episodes are behind a
Roadkill visit the UK
Really interesting part one of an article tracking Dan Stoner’s 10 year Hot Rod build,
Read more here
A few years ago we visited the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum in Auburn Indiana.
The museum is situated on the site of the old factory, design centre and superb Art Deco showroom.
Very prominent at the ACD were a number of my favourite Cord 810/812 cars and various other artifacts.
Cord 810, and later Cord 812, was an luxury automobile produced by the Cord Automobile division of the Auburn Automobile Company in 1936 and 1937. It was the first American-designed and built front wheel drivecar with independent front suspension. It followed the 1934 Citroën Traction Avant and the Cord L-29, both of which also had front wheel drive. Both models were also the first to offer hidden headlights.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia,
read on here
Mad Model A action here on the VSSC Welsh trial!
Really demonstrates how tough Henry’s Lady actually is after all these years 🙂
Hot Rod Hill Climb 2017
Excellent article from the Hot Rod Network on what must be one of the best live Hot Rod events anywhere!
The even started back in 1953 in Georgetown and was resurrected by Mike Nicholas in 2o13 running for three years at the original venue.
This year due to the popularity of the event it has moved to nearby Central City, and once again it was a great event.
Read the article here
Upon starting the A today I was experiencing a bit of a Misfire, heard a tracking sound and found a plug arcing out on the advance & retard lever. The car has a Simmons head which means the plugs are in a non standard position. New one on me, maybe the weather? All cured by a little bit of insulation tape. I have a modern cap & leads to fit but I like the old style strips!
This memo was probably on of the reasons that Henry Ford eventually replaced the Model T, however it cost Kanzler his job and damaged Edsel Ford’s career.
The memo in the Henry Ford Museum Archives
Edsel Bryant Ford
A nice compilation of articles on Edsel Ford from the Edsel owners club website
Edsel Ford 32
Edsel Ford 32
Edsel Ford 34
You can read the article here
I started listening to Ronnie Wetch’s
C10 Talk Podcast a while back and it’s very informative and enjoyable.
As a result I looked up Ronnie’s brilliant custom 1973 C20 Cheyenne Super 3+3 crew cab long bed, with the camper installed this thing is enormous!
1973 C20 Cheyenne Super 3+3 crew cab long bed
There is a great article on the truck here from the
RideTech website here
All this stuff reminds me of a few years ago when we were visiting Country Classics in Staunton IL during one of our US visits, as you can see the truck was really nice and the price probably even nicer at $5950! Sadly I didn’t pull the trigger….
As you can also see there was a nice red 78 Silverado at $9350
Posted on November 4, 2017
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