Issue #54 November 2012
OL'SKOOL RODZ-The Hot Rod Kulture Mag - Tech - Greasers - Ol'Skool Rod Shows - Tats - Car Clubs - Bobbers
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Doug P'Gosh's "4 Ghouls"
Garterbelts & Gasoline Nostalgia Festival
It began in 2008 as a way to celebrate cars, music, fashion, art and all things kustom kulture in Australia
The Iron Mistress
Jack Warren's 1941 Willys is called the "Iron Mistress" because he was always in the garage with it and his girlfriend got jealous
Impala Deville 1957 Cadillac
Jim Henry always wanted to own a '58 Impala. It wasn't meant to be, but this Caddy makes up for it.
Omaha World of Wheels 2012
Walk in, buy that pretzel and a root beer and let your eyes be dazzled by the chrome and candy paint that greets you.
What could be better than a huge party with cars, food, music, and hot roddin' friends?
Kool Tool Tech
Follow along for this issue's Kool Tool tip: stress relief through color coded tools.
Darryl Starbird's 48th Annual Tulsa Show
Yes, you read that right. 48! That puts it into some elite company as one of the oldest continuous shows in the country.
Mi Vida Loca
Gilbert Torres uses his vehicles not only for cruising, but also as canvas for creative expression.
Jon Hageness has himself one unique and bitchin' roadster that he is definitely not afraid to drive.
Tech: Arcing Your Way To Better Brakes
When good old factory type drum brake systems are right, they do what they were designed to do - stop.
The Showlows So Cal Car Club
It all started with a couple buddies knocking back a few beers in a backyard in So Cal.
Tay Herrera (a.k.a. Tarrera) is a master engraver. You ain't seen nothing like it!
Hot Rodder Vic Cunnyngham
He's won his share of awards and built some cars for sure, but that is not what Vic or hot rodding is really about.
It's not so much the truck you see here as it is the vehicle that drove Bert Cota's mind to build it.
Tales of Ten Dollar Cars
The 1950s were the age of the $10 car. Yeah, those were the good old days, huh?
West Coast Cruisin' Nationals
Sorry kids, but we are running out of superlative adjectives to describe how much we love this Santa Maria show.
Dave Anderson's 1936 Coupe
Dave had always wanted to build a fenderless Ford, so when he found the car he had been wishing for, he snapped it up quickly.
Vintage Torque Fest
The show is going to keep on spreading the gospel of hot rods, customs, cycles, and good times.
Russell "Compa" Dorantas' nifty '57 Triumph Tiger encompasses everything he likes about old Brit iron.
This 1962 custom Chevrolet pickup started off right as a rust free project from Montgomery, Alabama.
Greezy's Tech Tips
Bettie of the Month
New Kool Stuff