National Hot Rod

Some articles on national hot rod, hot rod, hot rods, hot:

Wally Parks
... President, and the Chairman of the Board of the National Hot Rod Association, better known as NHRA ... automobile writer and hobbyist, and co-founder and first editor of the magazine Hot Rod in the late 1940s ... As editor of Hot Rod, he began to promote safety in the organization of drag racing, both in the magazine and by organizing "Safety Safaris," the first of which toured the U.S.A ...
Ford Model B (1932) - Modern Hot Rods
... Most newly built hot rods use fiberglass or more expensive, newly minted, steel bodies. 1933 Fords are also popular starting points for hot rod construction ... Because the 1932 Ford is extremely popular with hot rodders, unmodified versions are becoming exceptionally rare ...
You Needed Me - Chart Performance
... Billboard Hot Country Singles 4 U.S ... Billboard Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks 3 U.S ... Billboard Hot 1 ... Preceded by "I Believe in You" by Mel Tillis RPM Country Tracks number-one single August 5, 1978 Succeeded by "Homefolks" by Bob Murphy Big Buffalo ...
National Hot Rod Reunion
... The National Hot Rod Reunion is a gathering of nostalgia drag racers, street rodders and automotive enthusiasts based on the California Hot Rod Reunion ... The first four years of the National Hot Rod Reunion were held in Bowling Green, Kentucky ... The fifth National Hot Rod Reunion is set for Columbus, Ohio on June 15–17, 2007 ...
Four (Blues Traveler album)
... at #8 #23, respectively on the Billboard Hot 100 ... Both songs also charted in the top 20 on the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks Hot Modern Rock Tracks charts, as well ...

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    Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me.
    Bible: Hebrew Psalms, 23:4.

    It is to be lamented that the principle of national has had very little nourishment in our country, and, instead, has given place to sectional or state partialities. What more promising method for remedying this defect than by uniting American women of every state and every section in a common effort for our whole country.
    Catherine E. Beecher (1800–1878)

    Deacon King was tried for violating the Sabbath, and so hot was the debate that it was referred to the church council, which ultimately decided, after long and grave debate, that the deacon had committed a ‘work of necessity and mercy.’
    —For the State of Massachusetts, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)