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Hot Rod Harry rides so fast on his bike he almost seems to fly like a bird or a jet.

Author: Catherine Petrie

Publisher: Childrens Press

ISBN: 0516434934

Category: Juvenile Fiction

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A fun and engaging way for young children to figure out concepts and solving problems on his or her own. Rookie Readers (Ages 5-7) have provided entertaining, high-quality introductions to reading for more than a generation. Each title features full-color, often hilarious illustrations and engaging stories that always involve a young child figuring out concepts or solving problems on his or her own. Hot Rod Harry rides so fast on his bike he almost seems to fly like a bird or a jet.
1982-03 By Catherine Petrie

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ISBN: 0780749170

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Author: Rylan Reoh

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ISBN: 1615847308

Category: Automobiles

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2009 By Rylan Reoh

YEAR ORKEA HOT ROD CHILI GIRLS SCO After his years at San Fernando , Harry Hibler went on to become Publisher of Hot Rod magazine and put on special events like the Hot Rod Chili Cook , which featured a country boy named Don Prudhomme ...

Author: Dave McClelland, Tom Madigan

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ISBN: 1610609387

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A COP comes up street, marching MASKED MAN [HOT-ROD HARRY] ahead, holding him by his arm. A REPORTER follows. SAM goes out followed by SHMOO.) COP Well, wise guy, I guess the cops beat you to it this time. Here's your criminal, Hot-Rod ...

Author: Jean Stewart McLean

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781304474148

Category: Fiction

Page: 368

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Fifty years after her death in 1963, Jean Stewart McLean's poems, short stories, and one-act plays are published for the first time, in a definitive collection, edited and with extensive photos and commentary by her son, Don McLean. The author was born in 1917 in Rahway, N.J., growing up in the rectory of the church where her father was minister. Two of the plays in this book are set in small-town parishes. She wrote poetry as a girl, and at New Jersey College for Women studied literature and edited the literary magazine. Upon graduation, she was secretary to the editor of the Book of the Month Club in New York City, reveling in the literary atmosphere. She chose domestic life after marriage, settling in Princeton, N.J., and continued writing, primarily short stories and one-act plays. One of her stories was co-authored with her mentor, Dorothy Thomas. Her work was unpublished during her short lifetime, making the appearance of this collection particularly meaningful.
2013-10 By Jean Stewart McLean

... Chicken Shift , Superfink , and Scuz Fink , as well as his most popular and enduring creation , Rat FINK . ... Early and important CUSTOM CAR style as originated by renowned Sacramento , California , bodyman Harry Westergard .

Author: Jeff Breitenstein

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ISBN: 1610592352

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Bud Crayne was proud to be the wildest, most reckless driver on the road. Then came a horrible accident and a lesson learned much too late.

Author: Henry Gregor Felsen

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ISBN: 1622720067

Category: Daredevils

Page: 202

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Bud Crayne was proud to be the wildest, most reckless driver on the road. Then came a horrible accident and a lesson learned much too late.
2014-06-06 By Henry Gregor Felsen

CHAPTER FOUR: Hot Rod Harry Oh my! Hot Rod Harry, boy racer. Otherwise known as an “HRH”. Every flagger's worst nightmare. Everyone fears him, you never know what he will do on the road. Every Flagger I know has had encounters with a ...

Author: John E. de Bruin

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781365263293

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A dyed-in-the-wool advocate of mid-century custom and hot rod aesthetics and of old-world craftsmanship, he's a preservationist. A selfdescribed “ultra-traditionalist,” ... For example, a few years back, while working from Harry Bentley ...

Author: Ken Gross

Publisher: Motorbooks International

ISBN: 9780760349786

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

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Art of the Hot Rod is a feast for the eyes--a gallery of gorgeous hot rods, the best you'll see from the world's top hot rod builders! A hot rod is art on wheels, and this book contains a whole gallery of the best you'll ever see. In this exclusive collector's edition of Art of the Hot Rod you'll find a jaw-dropping array of beautiful hot rod photos, plus special gatefolds, updated text, and exclusive frameable photographic prints. Art of the Hot Rod: Collector's Edition celebrates the uniquely American marriage of mechanical know-how and an inspired sense of style and design. Built from the ground up, pieced together from salvaged or hand-built parts, rebuilt with classic looks and modern technology--these automotive works of art are as powerful on the page as they are on the street. The book profiles top builders such as Pete Chapouris, Roy Brizio, Vern Tardel, Troy Trepanier, and fifteen others and features studio portraits of their most outstanding custom creations. Through the stunning portraiture of master photographer Peter Harholdt, Art of the Hot Rod captures these magnificent vehicles as they've never been seen before. In addition to full-color photography and updated text, this special collector's edition features two gatefolds with new photography and four garage art photo prints.
2016-03-01 By Ken Gross

Nobody knows how many hot-rod racing fans there are in the U.S., but Robert (“Pete”) Petersen of Los Angeles knows ... “Saturday Night Drag Race” (parts 1 and 2) and “Hot Rod Harry (The Coolest Cat in Town)” backed with “Hot Rod Cowboy ...

Author: Peter Stanfield

Publisher: Rutgers University Press

ISBN: 9780813573014

Category: Art

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In the 1950s, Hollywood made a variety of sensational movies meant to capitalize upon current events, moral panics, and popular fads. The Cool and the Crazy examines seven of the decade’s key film cycles, including short-lived trends like boxing and juvenile delinquency movies, as well as uniquely ‘50s takes on established genres like the Western. Delivering sharp critical insights in jazzy, accessible prose, Peter Stanfield offers an appreciation of cinema as a “pop” medium, unabashedly derivative, faddish, and ephemeral.
2015-04-08 By Peter Stanfield