If you keep track of the blog, then you’ve seen us talk about Will Davenport and his 1932 Ford roadster, which is being built from Honest Charley Speed Shop parts. Will is also using a bunch of cool components from the 1950’s to make his Deuce a period-correct hot rod. He contributes to the Dixie…

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It’s that time again! Every winter, the World of Wheels comes to Chattanooga, inside the Chattanooga Convention Center, which is right around the corner from our headquarters on Chestnut Street. It’s an indoor car show that always draws a big crowd because of its attractions, and of course the great collection of cars being displayed!…

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Well, it’s that time of year again! The Christmas season is upon us, but we didn’t expect to see something like this come by the shop! If you watch our Facebook page regularly, then you’ve seen this ’37 Ford humpback sedan in front of the shop. It belongs to Jonathan Myren of Cherokee Village, Arkansas,…

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There’s no doubt we love our Flatheads here at Honest Charley, and we had a visitor this morning that loves his, too. He loves Flatheads so much that he created his own and cast it out of aluminum! The block, heads, intake manifold and water pumps are made out of aluminum, making this a very…

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We hear stories about running Moonshine all the time. We’re based in the Southeast and it was a big deal back in the ’40s and ’50s. However, we rarely run across the real deal, but the car that rolled up at the shop is just that. It has tons of history and the current and…

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It’s that time of year again! With cooler temperatures and fall foliage comes the SEMA show, which generally falls in late October/early November. Honest Mike Goodman hopped in his ’32 Ford five-window with his good pal (and Honest Charley customer) Wayne Pugh alongside. This long haul is called the Driven Dirty Tour, and it will…

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It’s that time of year again! With cooler temperatures and fall foliage comes the SEMA show, which generally falls in late October/early November. Honest Mike Goodman hopped in his ’32 Ford five-window with his good pal (and Honest Charley customer) Wayne Pugh alongside. This long haul is called the Driven Dirty Tour, and it will…

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The last time we heard from Will Davenport, he was working on the chassis for his ’32 Ford project car, and now, he’s knee deep in Deuce parts, all of which came from Honest Charley. We want to sincerely thank Will for his business and we hope he keeps up a good pace on the…

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Check out one man’s story about building a hot rod. His name is Will Davenport and he’s from Birmingham, Alabama. He’s building a killer Deuce roadster and he’s using Honest Charley parts to do it! Check out his adventures so far…we can’t wait to hear more about the buildup and see pictures of it! “A…

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Some folks like to stick with the norm and build a cookie cutter ’32 Ford, and that’s perfectly fine, but there are still a few car guys that dare to be different. Mike Coger is one of those guys, as he chose to build a Morris Minor, which are very cool compact cars that debuted…

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