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Auto-Biography is a growing collection of audio stories from all kinds of people about a car, truck, bike or whatever that was special to them.
Host Blake Jackson talks to musicians, gearheads, mechanics and everyone with a story to share about their favourite ride.
BlacktopMagazine.com is a Hot Rod, Motorcycle and Kustom Kulture enthusiast publication. Founded in 1997 by Tony Colombini it started out as Car-Shows.com. A year later he built Bike-Shows.com and in 2007 Colombini merged the two to Blacktop Magazine, and brought on his son Billy for help.
Rod Authority digital magazine
RodAuthority.com is the Internet’s only all-digital magazine for the lover of rodding! Whether you’re a purist hot rodder, or into classic trucks, lead sleds, diggers, gassers, rat rods, jalopies or lakesters, Rod Authority provides the latest in up-to-date industry news, nation-wide event coverage, technical know-how from some of the nation’s best builders, tricks and tips, and features on some of the coolest ‘rods on the planet.
No matter what your style, we’re all ‘rodders at heart, and Rod Authority is where we’re found.
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NOT YOUR OLD MAN’S CAR MAGAZINE
Published three times per year, Fuel Magazine® is a publication focused on automotive culture, the people who live it, and the machines that they build. Our issues are now A4 format, 1cm thick and printed using high quality stocks and binding right here locally in Melbourne, Australia.
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The year was 1973 and two friends were building a pair of ’34 Ford three-window coupes. The finished cars made the cover of Rod & Custom magazine in 1974. What was to follow made hot rod history.
The two cars — “The California Kid” and “Jake’s Coupe” — have totaled up almost 250,000 miles through the years. As rolling laboratories for our product line, they reside on our showroom floor for visitors to see and enjoy.
From the friendship forged among the blood, sweat and welds of these two rides was born Pete and Jake’s Hot Rod Repair, which later became Pete & Jake’s Hot Rod Parts. Opening its doors in 1974, Pete and Jake’s has continued its long-standing reputation for building quality hot rod suspension components. Components designed not only to be admired but used.