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    • West Coast Report 37th Edition by John Gilbert

      What the heck, lets do something a little different for the West Coast Report this week, and take a look at the results of restoring an automobile. The following is an article I wrote last year for American Hard Assets magazine on the collector car market. Maybe you’re at the front end of a restoration project, and need a little boost to your spirits to see things right up to putting your car on the market. Maybe not, at any rate I suggest a spritz of Eastwood Carpet Adhesive to the freshen the air about you, and spend a little time reading this weeks West Coast Eastwood to brighten your day… thank you.   Click Here To Read Full Post...
    • West Coast Report 36th Edition by John Gilbert

      Welcome to the slightly overdue 36th edition of the West Coast Report. Here’s a quick overview of the events that have occurred since the 35th edition appeared. On November 11, 2013 I went on staff at Classic Trucks as the magazine’s tech editor. On November 12, I stayed at home and worked on a tech feature that will appear in the May issue  Click Here To Read Full Post...
    • West Coast Report 35th Edition by John Gilbert

      Here’s the final stages of Rod & Custom’s Speedway Motors “Tribute T” going together. www.rodandcustommagazine.com The thumbs –up guy is striper Jeff Styles  Click Here To Read Full Post...
    • West Coast Report 34th Edition by John Gilbert

      Welcome to the 34th edition of the West Coast Report, and the first edition I’ve written since I went on staff as a tech editor for Classic Trucks. Talk about a hectic period of time just a little prior. I was trying to get the Hot Rod to Hell ready for driving to SEMA, and wrap up articles for some of the ten different publications I was doing work for before I went on staff when the sh*# really hit the fan.   Click Here To Read Full Post...
    • SEMA 2013 Final Recap

      The last days of SEMA 2013 were a blur and we were so swamped at our booth I realized I left everyone hanging with my last batch of photos! In previous years late Thursday and Friday the show is winding down and SEMA becomes a ghost town.  Click Here To Read Full Post...