Showing posts with label HRM. Show all posts
Showing posts with label HRM. Show all posts

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Coolest use of a speedlimit sign, Gene Fulton's Willys

that's just cool.

November 2014 issue of Hot Rod Magazine

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

The remains of the Pete Dean/Nolan White fuel altered.

The frame was hidden in a grove of trees, while many of the original driveline parts, including wheels, the rear axle, ring-and-pinion, and driveshaft, were sunk deep

Hot Rod Deluxe, May 2014 issue, pages 10 and 11.

Thursday, May 22, 2014

John Force said this about Richard Petty, and how to treat fans

" Richard Petty was really something else. He taught em to stand at the ropes and fences and never leave the fans. I'd watch him stand there and never leave a guy in a wheelchair. And I thought, my god, never walk away from a wheelchair even if you miss the next session. If you have to, shove him up there with ya! "
Hot Rod magazine interview June 2014 issue

Saturday, May 10, 2014

Hot Rod Magazine just did a good interview with Ed Pink, who has built more than 5000 racing engines

in 2005 the did this

No other drag racer ever approached such lofty levels of success in so many other arenas; not even archrival Keith Black, who started out in boats and headed Chrysler's Trans-Am effort. In the quarter-mile world of the '60s and '70s, their rivalry was as intense as any in the sport. Lions Drag Strip and Irwindale Raceway fueled the fire by promoting Black-versus-Pink feature events. Both men made regular appearances in newspapers and magazines, including Pete Millar's satire-drenched Drag Cartoons comic book. Moreover, this was one rivalry that was real rather than contrived for the purpose of selling Hot Wheels models or military enlistments. There's never been anything like it, before or since.

Pink insisted to former Drag News editor Dave Wallace, "You had the Mongoose and the Snake, and you had the Greek and the Swamp Rat, but you needed something else. Maybe, if Keith's name wasn't Black and mine wasn't Pink, who knows? Keith did a fine job, and in later years, we became good friends. We used to run ads that said, 'No matter what color your elephant is, they're all Pink on the inside!' You don't see that today. In our day, it was more fun than it is now."

Thursday, April 03, 2014

Hot Rod Magazine, getting better all the time

Seriously gets better every month and year

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Hot Rod Magazine just did a great comparison of ratchet wrenches, online, and in the newest issue for the results... the last one on the left is a Proto, which started out as the company Plumb. No Snap On, SK, or Blackhawk, just some ordinary swap meet wrenches, except for that Proto

Friday, July 26, 2013

Hot Rod Magazine has a newsletter you can have emailed so you can keep up with all the things they have going on

The Comet Safari is something I touched on with the post about the Comet endurance publicity

I don't remember how I signed onto the newsletter, but their email address is