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Lost Hot Rods II

Lost Hot Rods II

Lost Hot Rods II shares the full story of each car, including how it was originally built, when it dropped off the radar, and how it was ultimately found. Photos from the past and present are included to showcase the story behind each and every one of these great cars.

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The history of hot rodding is filled with stories of cars that were lost for a wide variety of reasons. Some were crashed, others lost in accidents, and others simply faded away. It's the third group that Lost Hot Rods II focuses on. Many great hot rods that were once famous were simply hidden away. Some of them have been tracked down and are now found once again.

As a solid follow-up to the success of the original Lost Hot Rods, this book continues the fun of discovering whatever happened to many of the great rods and customs built in the early days of the sport. Lost Hot Rods II shares the full story of each car, including how it was originally built, when it dropped off the radar, and how it was ultimately found. Photos from the past and present are included to showcase the story behind each and every one of these great cars.

Industry veteran and celebrated historian Pat Ganahl once again opens the archives and pounds the pavement in order to bring you the stories on some of the coolest cars ever to appear in shows or grace the pages of automotive magazines. A perfect companion to the best-selling Lost Hot Rods.

Chapters

Search and Find

- The Al King Chevy Caper

- Joe Bailon's Candy Bird

- Harry Luzader's Deuce Coupe

- The American Graffiti Merc

- Eddie Dye's 1929 Model A

- The Charlie's Business Coupe

- The Modern Grecian

- Steffon Hoppel's 1939 Ford Coupe

- Sy Gregorich's The Victorian

- Rick Dobbertin's 1985 Pontiac

Finders

- The Chris Ito Collection

- Back Room Roadster

- Frank Feruandez' Mercury

- Rob Reisner's Invader

- Deuce in the Shed

Keepers

- The Family Tub

- Fred Steele's Sedan

- Jim Griepsma's 1934

- Dwain Rogers' Deuce

- The Surf Panel

- The Sharp Forty-One

- Jim Kitchen's Model A

- The Himsl Brothers

- Deuce Done

Lost and Found

- Orv Elgie's Vicky

- Jack Chrisman's Sedan

- Orv Elgie's Delivery

- Bueno's Bird

- Dick King's Roadster

- The Cunningham Forty

- The Tribute Chev

- Ray Goulart's Olds

From the Yellow Pages

- The Dresselhaus Deuce

- The 'Dago Deuce Vicky

- Little Yellow Roadster

- The Stuckey Forty

- The Titus/Southard/Cohen Roadster

- Lupe Serrato's Sedan

- The Lepesh Pickup

Buried Treasure

- Murphy Tiffany's Deuce

- The Unknown Roadster

- 1933 in the Basement

- Deuce in the Loft

- The Craiglist Coupe

Race Cars

- Mrs. Swallow's Midget

- The Mach IV Mustang

- The Magwinder

- The Chevy 88

Missing Mercs

- Steve Gonzale's 1950

- Merc in Repose

- Charlie Lopez' Merch

- Jimmy Doyle's Bailon 1952

A Bit Different

- The Barris Bearcat

- Creighton's Mystery Bug

- Lil' John's Corvette

- Marlan's 'Vette

- Low-Buck C-Cab

Collectors

- Dick Martin's Deuce

- Dave Dias' Pickup

- The Marasco/Sharp Pickup

- Sidney Allen's First Deuce

Recently Departed

- Marasco's New Pickup

- Guy Ruchnonnets's 1934

- The Flashback 1957 Chevy

Hardcover book 192 pages packed with 368 color photos

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Lost Hot Rods II

Lost Hot Rods II

Lost Hot Rods II shares the full story of each car, including how it was originally built, when it dropped off the radar, and how it was ultimately found. Photos from the past and present are included to showcase the story behind each and every one of these great cars.

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