We see LOTS of street rods and customs, and we see fenderless ’32 Fords on a regular basis. What we don’t normally see is a Packard, and this one has custom touches that required a few bits and pieces from Honest Charley. William Watson is the proud owner, and his creation involves at 1941 Packard…

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Our barnstormin’ adventures with the Backroad Gold TV Show sent us on a mission to South Carolina with a lead on an abandoned piece of automotive history. It had been in a dairy barn for decades, owned by twin brothers who drove it around the farm many years ago. Since then, it had not seen…

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Sometimes, you run across a car that could be spun in several different directions. It could be restored to stock, it could be turned into a hot rod, or maybe it could be turned into something a bit different. For this 1940 Willys, we chose the “a bit different” approach, taking a rusted (and otherwise…

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It’s not often we have guests from Canada, but we were delighted when Jeff and Lori Yorke pulled up in their 1929 Essex hot rod. This husband and wife traveling duo are accustomed to loooooong road trips, and they’re pulling a doozie of a trip as we speak! They are from Nova Scotia, which is…

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We’re super excited about a build going on at Honest Charley Garage. We are building the 2013 Street Rodder Road Tour car! We’ve been keeping our lips sealed for nearly a year, because of contractual agreements with the magazine company, but the articles are now being published monthly in Street Rodder, so we’re free to…

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Just because we don’t vend at an event, doesn’t mean we don’t attend it. We’re hot rodders at heart, so even on our off weekends, we’re generally at a show somewhere here in the Southeast. This past weekend we made the short drive up to Knoxville, Tennessee to the NSRA Street Rod Nationals South. This…

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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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