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On January 23, 2024, the hot rod and custom car community was electrified with the announcement by renowned custom car builder and restorer Dave Shuten that the legendary "The Uncertain-T" had been found and that it now was part of the Galpin Auto Sports Collection. Lost for decades, this iconic show car resurfaced, much to the delight of enthusiasts and historians alike. Shuten's Instagram post revealed the excitement surrounding this discovery, sharing that the Uncertain-T would make its much-anticipated appearance at the 2024 Grand National Roadster Show and the Detroit Autorama. This news marked a monumental moment, not only for Shuten and the Galpin Collection but for the entire hot rod and custom car culture. Photo courtesy of Dave Shuten.
Arto Riip's 1937 Studebaker Dictator Coupe of Lieto, Finland. Named "Miracle," the car was restyled by Lumo Automotive. It made its debut at the 10th annual Kustom Kulture show in Helsinki in February 2024 and stands as a testament to the art of custom car modification, balancing historical preservation with innovative automotive design.
Published in February of 2024, Hot Cars in Cool California by Henrik U. Forss is a visual journey that captures the spirit of a bygone era through the lens of a modern-day observer. Click here to check price and availability on Amazon.com.
The 14th annual Coupe Devils Rod & Kustom Bonanza will be held June 28 - June 30, 2024 at Bruvollen in Blaker, Norway.

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