After a full frame-off restoration, Harold Coker’s 1913 American Underslung is ready to hit the road. As the guys get the car ready for the first few shakedown runs, Harold and Greg Cunningham offer some impressions of the car and the restoration for the camera. The American Underslung may very well be the first “lowered”…

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We love it when a dude hops in an old car and drives it across the country. That’s exactly what John Gilbert is doing with this crazy chopped Model A coupe. John works for a guy that buys and sells cars, and caught wind that he had purchased this Model A on eBay. The car…

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That’s what we call it around here, but the long version is the NSRA Street Rod Nationals in Louisville, Kentucky. We go up there every year to join more than 10,000 of our closest street rodding friends, and this year was no different. We had a great event with lots of great business, but we…

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Unfortunately, our youth may not have the chance to experience all of the fun and skill-building instruction that shop class offered for so many years. Vocational classes are an endangered species these days, and it will take a big effort to keep shop class alive here in the United States. Luckily, the Collectors Foundation is…

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When Howard Horn picked up a paint brush in the late 1970s he didn’t know he was picking up a career choice. Howard’s been lettering and pinstriping his way through cars, trucks and signs across the country. He’s worked on early cars, semi trucks, motorcycles and everything in between through the last five decades.

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