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Bad News
One less '56 Posted October 19 2010 01:08 AM by RManson

Don't let this happen to you!

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Pirelli Tire to Sponsor Grand National Roadster Show in 2010
News On The 2010 Grand National Roadster Show Posted August 28 2009 05:04 PM by mpayne

John Buck Enterprises, producers of the Grand National Roadster Show (GNRS), announced that Pirelli Tire has signed up as the Trophy Sponsor for the 2010 Grand National Roadster Show, which will take place at the...

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Drenched With Liquid Wrench
Beer Makes You Pretty Posted July 25 2008 08:26 AM by John Gilbert

Okay, so the title and SEO don't match the editorial content, and maybe I've put myself on the Mothers Against Drunk Mechanics hit list.

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Super Light Battery, Will It Help?
Specific Non Gravity Posted July 10 2008 03:56 PM by John Gilbert

It's not a knee-jerk response, but I have a side project going right now its a 2000 S-10 I bought eight years ago. The little bugger has a 2.2 4-banger with a Tremec 5-speed.

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Filed under: Editorials, Vintage Truck Talk  | 

California Hands-Free Cellphone Law As Of July 1
Hands-Free Driving Means Look Ma, No Hands! Posted July 1 2008 10:57 PM by John Gilbert

Today was the first day of California's Hands-Free cellphone law. While most people went out and bought a Bluetooth, I'm using the cheap headphone thing that came with my Blackberry... I call it a Bucktooth.

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Carburetor Versus EFI 350 Versus 305
Future Shock '88 Right On Time Posted July 1 2008 07:35 AM by John Gilbert

Only two-years later, and now its painfully obvious: In September of '06 when I titled the CCT cover story "Grilles Gone Wild" on my 1988 Chevy C1500 known as "Future Shock 88" there were some people that got it, and a...

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Filed under: Editorials, Classic Chevrolet Trucks  | 

Best Baked Potato Recipe
Things You Will Never See On Here Again Posted June 16 2008 05:00 PM by John Gilbert

Okay, first I want to thank all of you folks that expressed enjoying a certain amount of comic relief by reading the blog on here about clam chowder and the different ways it can affect a celebrity consumer's metabolisim....

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SEMA
One Small Step For Mankind Posted April 24 2008 12:57 PM by DakotaW

OLD-CAR EMISSIONS EXEMPTION NO LONGER THREATENED IN EIGHT CALIFORNIA COUNTIES

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Holley Somernites For 2008
Did We Mention Holley Somernites Is Back For 2008 Posted April 16 2008 11:26 AM by John Gilbert

After the 2007 show coverage of Holley's Somernites ran in Custom Classic Trucks we had a lot of people tell us they were there, and it really was a great show. We just got news from the folks at Holley that it's on for...

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Filed under: Editorials, Classic Truck Shows  | 

Can You Dig It?
Garage Art Posted April 9 2008 11:12 AM by DakotaW

In the May '08 issue of CCT I wrote an editorial on garage art, and particular piece I was building. Well just as promised here are some photos of the finished product..

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Darryl Starbird
Starbird's 13th Annual Hall of Fame  Induction Posted April 1 2008 01:30 PM by DakotaW

Darryl Starbird’s National Rod & Custom Car Hall of Fame Museum

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Wally Parks Tribute!
Wally Parks Tribute! Posted November 26 2007 02:35 PM by Lewisk

Wally Parks Tribute.

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Filed under: Editorials, Classic Truck Shows  | 

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