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2014 Autorama: – A 1,375 HP V12 Midengine Supercar – Tom Carrigan’s Allison Powered 1939 Chevy

To view the entire photo gallery in 2D or your choice of stereo 3D formats, click here for a Flash player , here for an HTML applet, or here for an HTML5 viewer Tom Carrigan’s ’39 Chevy powered by a WWII era Allison V12 … Continue reading

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2014 Detroit Autorama: – Al Grooms’ Amazing Midengine 1950 Ford F-1 Pickup Based Rod Returns

To view the entire photo gallery in 2D or your choice of stereo 3D formats, click here for a Flash player , here for an HTML applet, or here for an HTML5 viewer I’m glad that Al Grooms brought his very clever 1950 Ford … Continue reading

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2014 Detroit Autorama: Avert Ye Eyes, There Be Ugly Here
1939 Hudson Terraplane “Coupe”

To view the entire photo gallery in 2D or your choice of stereo 3D formats, click here for a Flash player , here for an HTML applet, or here for an HTML5 viewer As the late, great Rod Serling would say, submitted for  your … Continue reading

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2014 Autorama: – Ridler Award Competition: Brian Ganos’ 1969 Camaro ZRS

To view the entire photo gallery in 2D or your choice of stereo 3D formats, click here for a Flash player , here for an HTML applet, or here for an HTML5 viewer One of my “rules” when deciding what to photograph at a … Continue reading

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2014 Autorama: – Ridler Award Competition: John and Phyllis Sadler’s 1957 Chevy “Cross Hair”

To view the entire photo gallery in 2D or your choice of stereo 3D formats, click here for a Flash player , here for an HTML applet, or here for an HTML5 viewer John and Phyllis Sadler of Little Rock, Arkansas own this ’57 … Continue reading

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2014 Autorama: – Ridler Award Great 8 Finalist: Dan Duffy’s 1956 Chevy 210 “Two Ten”

To view the entire photo gallery in 2D or your choice of stereo 3D formats, click here for a Flash player , here for an HTML applet, or here for an HTML5 viewer The Chevy 210 was the brand’s middle trim level, in between … Continue reading

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A Different Sort of Dodge, the Alexander Brothers’ Deora

To view the entire photo gallery in 2D or your choice of stereo 3D formats, click here for a Flash player , here for an HTML applet, or here for an HTML5 viewer We’re taking a brief break from the Shelby Dodges to look … Continue reading

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2013 Detroit Autorama: A 1969 Alfa Romeo GTV Amidst All The Detroit Iron

To view the entire photo gallery in your choice of 2D or stereo 3D formats, click here for a Flash player, here for an HTML applet, or here for an HTML5 viewer As you might expect at a big custom and hot rod show … Continue reading

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2013 Detroit Autorama: 1953 Cadillac “Root Beer Float” by Ryans Rod & Kustom

To view the entire photo gallery in your choice of 2D or stereo 3D formats, click here for a Flash player, here for an HTML applet, or here for an HTML5 viewer Alert the Brown Car Appreciation Society because if there ever was a … Continue reading

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2013 Detroit Autorama: Chip Foose’s Revised Eldorod

To view the entire photo gallery in your choice of 2D or stereo 3D formats, click here for a Flash player, here for an HTML applet, or here for an HTML5 viewer When custom designer Chip Foose started working for the late Boyd Coddington … Continue reading

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