F.A.S.T. record falls to 10.05

This past weekend’s F.A.S.T. races at Englishtown, while thoroughly entertaining, almost didn’t merit a headline. We saw plenty of 10-second runs from several of the racers, but despite near-perfect weather, the best they could muster throughout Saturday’s runs and most of Sunday’s runs were timeslips in the 10.30s, a good distance from the 10.18 record. […]

Hemmings Find of the Day – 1940 Mercury

What’s most remarkable about early customs – and I’m talking those from the 1930s through the 1950s – is that the guys customizing them weren’t fiddling with cars more than a year or two old. It had to have taken some fortitude to lower and chop the top of a brand-new car, as Charles Marr […]