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David Burge

The greatest rock n roller who ever lived. He belongs on Mt Rushmore, and this should be our national anthem. youtu.be/23y2Cz40zs4?t=…
My buddy Jay has every little boy's dream job youtu.be/chhZQ26iltM
LA's worst detective, Dave Noir (h/t @nathanedmondson)
Old number 666 at Bonneville 1953, where it hit 270 mph
Vintage 50s-era Colorado hillclimb truck with twin fore & aft flathead engines
The American Graffiti '58 Impala, recently restored to glory by Ray Evernham
Diamond in the back / sunroof top / diggin' the scene with a gangster lean, oo-oo-oo
This one was amazing: "GT-51" a 1951 shoebox Ford reimagined as an all-American competitor to a 300 SL Mercedes
.@scarlson99 and equally a shame that it hides this chassis.
I didn't spend all day taking pictures of just cars tho
Y'all sick of my car pictures from yesterday yet?
Lee Pratt's 55 Nomad- he customized it in Des Moines 50 years ago and has kept it ever since
I've seen a lot of 57 Chevys in my day, gotta admit first time I've seen one set up for Baja racing
John D'Agostino's latest, a "1958" Packard concept car that never was
Daddy likey: Cad 331 with twin Bendix-Stromberg WWs
Vicky has a sweet ass
Sam Spade-worthy LA car noir: 37 and 39 Lincoln Zephyrs
More Dave Shuten handiwork: 1000+ HP 8 second street driven Henry J
And now you can build you own Orbitron paper model
Ran into my old nemesis the Orbitron again
Has a Latham-supercharged Lincoln V12, plus electric under-seat flask dispenser
This thing is mind blowing. Built by Troy Ladd at Hollywood Hot Rods
Just your average everyday retractable hardtop '36 Packard
James Hetfield's new heap, built by Josh Mills #GNRS
Ed Roth's first shop truck, recently restored by my pal Dave Shuten. "Pinstripe any car $4.00"
 
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