A blog reminiscing on the glory days of drag racing and hot rodding, and how we are keeping this nostalgic hobby alive today.
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Picture this. I’m at Goodwood Revival, posing next to a gaudy, fuchsia pink, metal-flake adorned Shelby Cobra. I’ve asked Jake to take a photo of me beside it because the ridiculous paintjob matches my vintage dress. Little did I know that I was stood next to the winningest Cobra in NHRA drag racing history, withContinue reading “The Shelby Cobras that Dominated the Drag Strip”
One of the side effects of the Second World War was women having to take up roles in previously male-dominated roles. Prior to the war, most American women were resigned to household duties or, for those fortunate enough to be out in the working world, desk jobs and other such roles deemed appropriate for ourContinue reading “The Feminine Touch: GM’s Damsels of Design”
What happens when you let a bunch of (male) Chrysler designers loose with a crazy brief to design a car specifically for women? Well, they chuck a tin of pink paint and beauty accessories at it of course. Enter the Dodge La Femme. After the end of World War 2, America was going through aContinue reading “The Dodge La Femme: The Car Designed for Women… by Men”
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