American Hot Rod Foundation
Official Site: ahrf.com
The following section is from a 2016 press release.
AHRF was founded in Cos Cob, Connecticut in 2002 by Steve, Carol and Jack Memishian to gather, research and preserve the rich history of American hot rodding. The nonprofit organization has recorded more than 150 two-plus hour long interviews with the most important pioneers of the sport, and has created the largest hot rod related photo collection ever assembled, with more than 93,000 vintage hot rodding photos and counting, primarily from private collections. The foundation has produced two documentary DVDs, Deuce (2006) and Slingshot (2012); a large book of hot rod stories, Hot Rod Roots (2007), by the hobby’s top authors; a portfolio of vintage photos embellished by Jim Miller, Portfolio 1 Boys and Their Toys (2009); and a young person’s primer on hot rodding, The Great American Hot Rod Explained (2012). A new website is coming soon with a robust catalog of hot rod images at http://www.ahrf.com.
|4 October 2016||American Hot Rod Foundation Announces New Podcast, "The RodCast"||American Hot Rod Foundation|
|4 January 2020||American Hot Rod Foundation Announces the Launch of New Website||American Hot Rod Foundation|
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