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Harold Johansen began his involvement in hot rodding and racing in the mid 1940s in a Riley 2-port powered ’29 Model A roadster that he purchased for $37.00. Not only did he keep that very car for the rest of his life, but he also continued racing it and his other cars up to his final days. A member of the SCTA 200MPH club and the winner and holder…
 
In this episode of The American Hot Rod Foundation's "The Rodcast", host David Steele shares an in depth interview with one of the great pioneers of early hot rodding and auto racing, Don Zabel. Listen and learn as Zabel takes you through his career in both big time professional racing and his early days as just another kid growing up in southern C…
 
Brought to you by The American Hot Rod Foundation, this episode of "The Rodcast" lets you listen in on 87 year old hot rod and racing legend Willie Davis as he takes you through his amazing life and career as a racing driver, engine builder, and car builder. Davis would set an FIA record in 1952 at the Bonneville salt flats with a home made streaml…
 
A one on one interview with the late Hot Rod Pioneer and legend, John Athan. A rare conversation with one of our last remaining early hot rodders, John was an innovator and a hugely important player during the dawn of the hot rod movement in southern California. His build style can be seen in constant use throughout the hot rod world today and his …
 
Episode #1 of The Rodcast ( brought to you by The American Hot Rod Foundation ) has host David Steele sitting down with Hot Rod legend Pete Henderson. Pete not only built one of the most important, surviving, '32 roadsters during WW2, but used it to commute to Burbank to build planes during the war effort as well as ( famously ! ) shut down a previ…
 
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