While heading down to Ocean City, for Ocean City Cruise Week, I ran into a small car show off Route 50, just before Ocean City. The guys from Ocean City Cruisers were there with their cars, so that folks could come in and see what was going on. […]
As I was writing the article for Gavin Smith’s ’47 Ford Rat Rod, He told me about his other current project, his custom motorcycle. The “Bullet Bobber”. Below is the story, as he relayed it to me. The bike started out as a titled roller hard tail frame […]
While I am a huge fan of Built not Bought, this car demanded to be brought back to life in the way it was intended when originally built.
On Friday, April 28, 2017, I took my three boys on our first camping trip of the year. This is something my family does every year, throughout the spring, summer and fall. We don’t take a camper or pop-up, we don’t rent a cabin, we pitch a tent.
What is essential for you when you are traveling to a show?
What if I told you that where you are now, no matter the age or level of societal success, is the old that needs restored?
Well, yes, it is that time of the year again, here in the North East and, quite frankly, probably everywhere else, too. That time of year when the days get longer and the weather gets warmer, the indoor activities get put on hold and the outdoor activities become […]
Today, we are going to talk with Alan Thompson about his Ford “Graffiti” Coupe. Please take a moment to like us on Facebook. So, can you tell me a little about who you are? I’ve been in the Auto Body Business since I was 14 working part time […]
Michael Augustaitus II and his 1935 Ford Model 48, Fordor. D4RKS1DE
Alright, we’re back, part 2 of the interview with mart about his full Mustang restoration. The last post gave you some insight into why he chose this car, who bought it for him, (Again, his wife ROCKS! Click here to see the article about it, again!), and what […]