Saturday, July 18, 2015

MOON Illustarated Vol.4 - 2009 - Yokohama Hot Rod Custom Show

Japan, Sweden all over the U.S. Milner's Coupe travles more than most people ever will. 


Thursday, June 18, 2015

OUI - July 1981 How Do You See Yourself At 70?

As we all know June 20th is Candy Clark's Birthday.

                      Happy Birthday Candy!!!

So as I was hunting thru the Graffiti vault for a Candy related item to share with all of you and I came across a 1981 article that asked a bunch of stars where they see themselves at 70. Now I know Candy's not 70 but her answer is way too cute for me to wait that long to share it with all of you.
Note they did ask Connie Stevens but looks like they missed Sandra Dee.

Hey Candy I gotta ask, If you were given the same question today would your answer be the same?
I mean.... Grapes?? Really?? (-;
Happy Birthday you B!t(#en  Babe! 

Sunday, May 10, 2015

Thunderbird Illustrated - Fall 1974 - American Graffiti Thunderbird

Curt: Do you drive a white T-bird?
Blonde: A white '56.

We all remember Curt chasing that white '56 around town. It wasn't on screen on much and I have not seen many articles on the car over the years. Well this week I have a little something special for all you T-Bird fans. Thanks to an All Graffiti Special Care Package I received from Walt Bailey (Thanks Again Walt!!!) This week we bring you a rare 1974 article on Clay Dailys little bird.



Friday, March 6, 2015

American Graffiti Publicity Still # 5144 - 29

Harrison Ford (AKA) Bob Falfa got his nineteen fifty five Chevy in about the hairiest crash seen in American Graffiti as shown in this Original Universal Pictures Publicity Still # 5144 - 29

Thursday, January 1, 2015

The Story Of Pop - 1974 - 75 American Graffiti

This week The Story Of Pop magazine published in Great Britain gives us an interesting overview of our favorite movie.

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Two Lane Blacktop Camera Car UPDATE 11-18-2014

The 55 will hit Barrett-Jacksons auction block on January 17th during their live broadcast. (set them VCR's)

It saddens me I am already hearing all kinds of crazy stories about this car and it's pending sale. Let me set the record straight.

This car has full documentation starting from the man who built it (Richard Ruth) to the actor who drove it in the movie (James Taylor)

There are lots of things about the car that only a select few even know about the car that proves beyond any doubt that this is "the" original movie car! (want to know them?? Buy the car and you will be debriefed!)

And as for the couple of guys who were chiming in and saying that the owner was just in the car for the quick flip? he has owned the car almost 15 years. That's not quick in my book!?

Look no matter what I or anyone says there will always be someone else out there who only reads half the story or interprets it in some strange twisted way and logs on to his old car chat room and goes off making half cocked statements about Two Lane or Graffiti cars. I have heard/read a bunch and I'm shore I will hear/read a lot more.
(those guys must not site)

More interesting unrelated news in the works so stay tuned......      

Sunday, November 2, 2014

Original Two Lane Blacktop Chevy For Sale

Who wants to own the one that got away?? It's a piece of history!! That's right, the one Richard Ruth prepped 1955 Chevy that did not work on American Graffiti is going to auction. After almost 15 years of ownership Walt Bailey has decided to let someone else be the 55's caretaker. The story on this car and it's restoration back to film condition is a great story check it out at

The Original 55 Chevy is heading to Barrett-Jackson's January 10th thru the 18th auction in Scottsdale. I will post more info when I can find it. The car is not listed on Barrett-Jackson's site inventory yet.