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* We certainly admire Jonathan Klinger’s 365 Days of A project, in which he’s sworn to not only drive a 1930 Model A every day, but also blog the entire experience. There’s the “If Gramps could do it, why not me?” aspect to the project, of course, but he’ll have modern traffic, parking and cell phone-distracted drivers to content with. Best of luck, Jonathan! (via)
* The Selvedge Yard this week wrote about the photographs of Bob Magill, documenting the motorcycle scene of the 1940s and 1950s. Shows that it wasn’t all Hells Angels and other bike gangs back then.
* JNC recently found a treasure trove of photos of cars at Kobayashi Tire and Wheel, getting fitted for new rubber. Dig those Drag-Rites!
* Why exactly did an air horn company put out a custom car sketchbook back in the 1950s? To sell air horns, of course! Our friend Geoff Hacker was able to track down one of these sketchbooks and scan it for us all to peruse.
* Finally our friends over at Wired got to go out for a ride in a Jaguar C-Type recently. Looks like they had a blast.