Budget T-Bucket Build Plans
Linda Vaughn Hurst T-Bucket

Linda Vaughn Hurst T-Bucket Built by Richard Graves Resurfaces

Linda Vaughn, Miss Hurst Golden Shifter, captured the attention of most male hot rod, drag racing and other motorsports fans in the 1960s and 70s, before cosmetic silicone enhancement became the norm. So, it was only natural in the ’70s after Hurst had expanded beyond motor mounts and shifters with the acquisition of the Airheart… [Read More]

Dan Eichstedt Leg Show T-Bucket Rod Custom January 1971

Leg Show T-Bucket and Danny Eichstedt Blow Traditional Hot Rod Minds, Part 1

Hot rod builder/editor/author/archeologist Pat Ganahl called it the best rod magazine cover ever produced: the eye-grabbing January, 1971 Rod & Custom featuring Danny Eichstedt’s Leg Show T-Bucket. Calling it a “mind blower” for the street, the R&C story pointed out the irony of how such a radical departure from ‘traditional’ hot rodding was winning shows,… [Read More]

Build a Hot Rod eBooks

Chester Greenhalgh’s Hot Rod “How To” eBook Library Giveaway

If you’re already one of the thousands of fans of Chester’s clever techniques for building a hot rod on a budget, there’s no need to say more. You’ll want to enter right now. Click to Enter> The Chester Greenhalgh Hot Rod How-To eBook Library includes: How to Build a T-Bucket Hot Rod Roadster for Under… [Read More]

Street Rod DVDs

StreetRod 101 DVD Library Winners

A big ‘thank you’ to everyone who entered our StreetRod 101 DVD Library Giveaway last month and congratulations to the four lucky winners: Jay Friesen, Missoula, MT Alex Grisham, Carthage, TN Matt Rainier, Rincon, GA Tom Stark, Nevada City, CA For the record, this Giveaway was not limited to entrants just in the U.S. and… [Read More]

Drag-U-La Coffin Cars Casket Car (7)

Drag-U-La and the Coffin Car Fascination

In 1966, I was fascinated by way-out show cars like Steve Scott’s “Uncertain-T”, so when the “Hot Rod Herman” episode of The Munsters appeared with Grandpa’s Drag-U-La built to win back the family Munster Coach I was glued to that blurry Black & White television! Just in case you’re too young to know or too… [Read More]

 Name: Email: We respect your email privacyEmail Marketing by AWeber