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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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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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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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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Chattanooga, TN has strange weather patterns, but this winter has certainly been one for the books. Very cold temperatures and more snow than we’ve had in over a decade is enough to send most folks into shock. Of course, everyone has to stock up on milk and bread prior to any snowfall, but relearn their…

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