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Chrome Zone: Swap Meetin’

Like you I have many projects going on. I go to a bunch of events and find new ideas for either one of my projects. Currently I am finishing up one project (The Rapidago), starting another (The Hanter Project), maintaining my ’56 Fairlane 2 door post, and fixing up my shop. I frequent the local…

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March 11, 2011 • by: Tony Colombini
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Keystone Big Show – NJ

EBC Brakes and Genevieve Chappell joined the thousands of automotive enthusiasts at the annual Keystone Big Show (Northeast) in New Jersey on Feb 26th & 27th. Among the attendance were Vic Edlebrock and Metal Mulisha’s Brain Deegan.

The attendance was high and the energy was up – which is always a good sign.

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March 5, 2011 • by: Genevieve Chappell

In The Haute Seat: Doris Mayday

What’s a better hood ornament than a gorgeous lady? I think the pin up girls add a nice feminine touch to the overly-testosterone-y world of hot rods. I cannot even begin to explain how important it is to offer a different body type than the thin standard! I’m sorry, but I was born with curves, and love my hips and ta-tas.

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February 18, 2011 • by: Cris Barber

Hello, My Name Is: Daniel Busby

The Spitfire needed a lot of body work. Everything needed to be rebuilt, the brakes, the steering, the shocks, the suspension. Everything rubber was completely rotted. I had a friend help me; he knew what he was doing. But he was just there to show me how to do it. I had to do it myself.

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February 17, 2011 • by: Cris Barber
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Chrome Zone: Winter Show Round-up

I thought I’d get some work done in the garage this winter. There I go, thinking again. I’ve got some maintenance issues to take care of on the 56 Fairlane, the hack to attach to the 72 Harley and a Hanter Beach Cruiser is getting a full custom. Yet, here in Southern California some of…

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February 15, 2011 • by: Tony Colombini
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Art Garage: Ed Tillrock

MASTER OF GRAPHITE Are you ready to get your mind blown? I first saw Ed’s work on HubGarage.com. The incredible attention to detail and the fantastic compositions speak for itself when you first happen across his images. It’s the story behind the artist that we will explore here. Ed’s been an architectural illustrator for over…

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February 15, 2011 • by: Tony Colombini