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Hot Rod Magazine Cover & Feature Car Reunion

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Hot Rod Magazine gathers together over 300 classic cover and feature cars from their 65 year history, dating back to 1948. Clearly a once in a life time event. Very cool video. Even a cool flathead Pontiac powered lakester!

At the Detroit Autorama, notallthere and I said that Linda Vaughan and Courtney Hansen are starting to look like each other. You be the judge!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AFKtlu-zL-w&feature=youtu.be

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Great story. Courtney needs some cup size, but could be the new age Linda.

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Agreed. At Autorama, notallthere and I think Courtney was started to catch some of Linda's crows feet. Also, she was not as platinum blonde as she appears on Powerblock.

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Just had time to watch the video, this. is. awesome!


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There are some many covers of Hot Rod I remember. One that I still vividly remember was the Tom "The Mongoose" McEwen Hot Wheels truck and funny car. I rremember that cover and the Popular Hot Rodding cover of the Snake doing a fiery burnout. It was in the days of the Hot Wheels sponsorship. I had both Hot Wheels cars and the drag set with the parachutes. I still have the cars somewhere. I also have a Hot Wheels Special Edition both an accurate 1:64 scale and 1:18 scale of each car. Very cool.

I got to meet Prudhomme in 2002 at the GM Tech Center in Warren MI by accident. I was there for a meeting and at the time he was the car owner for Larry Dixon's top fuel dragster. It was a great experience.

So you can say that there are some icon cars from the days of Hot Rod Magazine that influenced me as a kid for sure.

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