Car Spotting

A-Trac-Tive – Paul Mooney’s 1925 Model T Roadster

In the 1940s, Fay Mooney, Spud Simkins, Johnnie Johnson and friends built a roadster from a 1925 Ford Model T. The car was completely hand fabricated and painted at the Mooney Brothers Body Works in Bakersfield. It looked like an awesome race car but with such clean lines and paint, it was hard not to […]

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Rod-riguez – A JDM Hot Rod

While Japan is the land of advanced four-banger engines and drifting, there is a culture they take very seriously. Hot rodding in the land of the rising sun is just as impressive as what we have here in the US and Rod-riguez is just one of those amazing examples at the Hot Wheels 50th Kick-Off […]

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Jaded Man – Daniel Nelson’s 1952 Kaiser Henry J

There aren’t many people who recognize a Kaiser-Frazer car, let alone the Henry J. So, it’s rather appropriate that Daniel Nelson named his Galpin Auto Sports built 1952 Henry J “Henry Jaded”. Kaiser-Frazer History There is a good reason why not many people know about the Henry J or the Kaiser-Frazer Corporation, for that matter. […]

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AutoVloggin’ – Carbage at the LA Auto Show

So, while I’m recovering from this cold, or flu, or whatever it is that’s making me sore, cranky, causing my nose run, and ruin my voice for video work – I’ve decided to go ahead and edit the collection of videos I did at the LA Auto Show, also known as Automobility LA. Video These […]

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Car Spotting at the Optima Invitational

While it’s normally all about the racing, the Optima Ultimate Street Car Invitational brings out the best cars to ride on two wheels. Some coming from SEMA while others are competing that day. Here are some of the select cars from the OUSCI. While most of the cars at the OUSCI are street driven works […]

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