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  • 4 Videos We’ve Watched This Week

    By TheSpeedhunters Let’s kick things off with a new clip from Chris Petruccio, aka Krispy Media… Clean Culture’s ‘SoCal Season Closer’ held at Dodger Stadium back at the end of November attracted a huge turnout of cars – 4,000 the number being floated. In this slick, 20-minute 4K production, Krispy and his collaborators take a look at the event in […] The post 4 Videos We’ve Watched This Week appeared first on Speedhunters. Continue Reading… Source:: SpeedHunters…
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  • Hocking my Wears...

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    By John Straub This dye-infused print on metal “Stacks” sold a little bit ago. It was so much fun to deliver this to a total car guy and Trans-Am racer so he could add it to his art collection. Thanks to everyone who continues to buy my art, and their for support of the arts! Without your support there truly would be less good art in the world… By the way, I’ll be at the L.A. Lit Meet at the Airport Hilton next Saturday the 4th, and also in the vendor tent the day after with my Porsche prints. Stop by, say hi Continue Reading… Source:: Along For The Ride…
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  • Learning To Appreciate Again

    By Jordan Butters This is much of a stream of consciousness rather than any structured objective description, so I apologise in advance if this seems to head off on a tangent. At the start of the year, Paddy wrote an excellent piece articulating pretty much exactly how I’d imagine most members of the Speedhunters team have felt at […] The post Learning To Appreciate Again appeared first on Speedhunters. Continue Reading… Source:: SpeedHunters…
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  • Dean Jeffries 1956 Porsche 356A GS Carrera Coupe

    By Shayan Bokaie Dean’s first 356 fitted chrome wheels and custom pinstriping, and while parked outside of his shop one day caught the eye of a young kid who had to have it. He didn’t have the money but what he did have was even better: a 4-cam 356 his dad had purchased. He traded with Dean on the spot, and the customization began. The car was immediately gutted and taken down to bare metal. Jeffries mocked up his vision for the Abarth-style front nose using a wire basket, and the final shape being created afterwards with steel. He then extended the fenders and recessed the headlights to exaggerate the curves of the 356. Dean used Lucas Flamethrower headlights and fitted custom taillights as well. He decorated the rear grille with cold-rolled quarter-inch steel rods. His pal Bill Hines, one…
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  • When Slow Is Fast: The Mazda MX-5 RF

    By Paddy McGrath At the moment, we’re living in a great age of performance cars. In fact, I can scarcely think of a better time in recent history. Nearly every major manufacturer offers an option to the driving enthusiast; Ford has finally built a 4WD Focus RS, not to mention the Mustang can be had in Europe for the […] The post When Slow Is Fast: The Mazda MX-5 RF appeared first on Speedhunters. Continue Reading… Source:: SpeedHunters…
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  • The London Classic Car Show Is This Weekend: Here’s Why It’s Worth Going

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    By Alex Sobran An event that has quickly earned its place in the British classic car calendar as a preview to the year ahead, this year’s London Classic Car Show is the place to be if you want to be immersed in one of the best collections of classic road and race cars on display. In addition, meeting the legends that created the icons, those that drove them to victory, and talking with the various experts that keep them on the road is even easier when it’s all under one roof. <img width="495" height="329" src="http://d39a3h63xew422.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/24103118/LondonClassicCarShow-18-1000×666.jpg" srcset="http://d39a3h63xew422.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/24103118/LondonClassicCarShow-18-2000×1331.jpg 2000w, http://d39a3h63xew422.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/24103118/LondonClassicCarShow-18-1000×666.jpg 1000w, http://d39a3h63xew422.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/24103118/LondonClassicCarShow-18-500×333.jpg 500w" sizes="(max-width: 495px) 100vw, Continue Reading… Source:: Petrolicious…
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  • 5 Instagrammers Worth Following, February 24th Edition

    By Alex Sobran If there aren’t any car events near you this weekend, hopefully this week’s roundup can alleviate some of the longing. With four studi0-quality pros and a guy in Japan who posts a great mix of truly rare metal (and fiberglass), I think there’s a productivity-killing amount of good stuff to check out between these accounts. A post shared by Simon Clay (@simonclaycarsnapper) on Jan 16, 2017 at 3:26am PST A post shared by Simon Clay (@simonclaycarsnapper) on Nov 19, 2016 at 9:33am PST @simonclaycarsnapper shoots a wide breadth of vintage cars Continue Reading… Source:: Petrolicious…
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  • From Daily Driver To Restored Glory, This Ford Capri’s Been There And Done That

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    By Alex Sobran Photography by Jevgeniy Vyazovoy Story by Dries Claesen “Where does your story begin?” For a lot of car enthusiasts the answer to this commonly lands somewhere close to the family tree, but that wasn’t my experience. I wasn’t out in the garage as a kid tuning carburetors with my dad, and in fact I didn’t even really get into older cars in a serious way until I started pursuing a degree in mechanical engineering. At a certain point it all started coming together for me. I gained an appreciation for the way in which everything was combined into the car’s unified package: the Continue Reading… Source:: Petrolicious…
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  • A Ferrari F40, Miami Style

    By Larry Chen Earlier this year, when I found myself in Miami, Florida, for the Race of Champions, I decided that I should take the opportunity to shoot a local car for a feature. I didn’t have anything lined up, but that changed quickly with a phone call to my buddy Magnus Walker, who was also in town. He told me […] The post A Ferrari F40, Miami Style appeared first on Speedhunters. Continue Reading… Source:: SpeedHunters…