Posts Tagged 'Hot Rod'

Hindenberg Dirt Track Race 2012 // Some Really Good Dirty Fun

While I’ve been at the Hindenberg Speedway last weekend, I ate a fish sandwich, some burgers and lots of sand. Standing inside and outside of a classic flat track, while

Hindenberg Dirt Track Race 2012 // Some Really Good Dirty Fun

While I’ve been at the Hindenberg Speedway last weekend, I ate a fish sandwich, some burgers and lots of sand. Standing inside and outside of a classic flat track, while

Speedseekers // The Fineart Photography Book On American Carculture By Alexandra Lier

Some years ago I got the Speedseekers book as a birthday present, I think it was Ralf Becker who gave it to me. I’m still amazed by the beauty of

Speedseekers // The Fineart Photography Book On American Carculture By Alexandra Lier

Some years ago I got the Speedseekers book as a birthday present, I think it was Ralf Becker who gave it to me. I’m still amazed by the beauty of

Citroën 2CV Hot Rod // Fabrication Gone Mental

The Citroën 2CV was released in 1949 as the french version of Volkswagen’s Beetle, an affordable people carrier making France a more mobile nation. Mika, a guy from Northern France, decided

Citroën 2CV Hot Rod // Fabrication Gone Mental

The Citroën 2CV was released in 1949 as the french version of Volkswagen’s Beetle, an affordable people carrier making France a more mobile nation. Mika, a guy from Northern France, decided

Speedseekers // Keeping It Real

I like the stuff Alex Lier does with her Speedseekers project. Her latest coup is this Bonneville Speedweek documentary with a Super 8 Camera. That’s a proper way of keeping

Speedseekers // Keeping It Real

I like the stuff Alex Lier does with her Speedseekers project. Her latest coup is this Bonneville Speedweek documentary with a Super 8 Camera. That’s a proper way of keeping

Hopped-Up // Crowd Funding The Hot Rod Culture

David Biene’s „Hopped-Up“ surely is one of the best books about European Hot Rod culture. While it was released in June 2009 it already ran out of print in October


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Hopped-Up // Crowd Funding The Hot Rod Culture

David Biene’s „Hopped-Up“ surely is one of the best books about European Hot Rod culture. While it was released in June 2009 it already ran out of print in October


Yay, there's one Comment