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Steve Baur

Former Editor, Modified Mustangs & Fords

Email: steve.baur@sorc.com
The son of a mechanic and sportsman drag racer, Steve Baur spent his formative years helping his father work on cars and tagging along during his racing exploits acrossOhio. During this time, Steve developed a deep love of automobiles and the hot-rod...see my full profile
Harley Camilleri

Contributing Tech Editor

Harley brings more than two decades of automotive customization to the Truckin team and has wrenched on everything from ‘bagged, classic C10s to celebrity-owned Mercedes Benz. Known around the office as “Big H,” Harley handles many of the tech story ...see my full profile
Ken Brubaker

Senior Editor

Email: ken.brubaker@fourwheeler.com
Contributor to over 40 magazines since 1989, including 4Wheel & Off Road, Off Road, 4WD & Sport Utility, and Sport Truck....see my full profile
Ron Ceridono

Senior Editor

Email: ron.ceridono@sorc.com
My life as a hot rodder began when I talked my dad into putting dual pipes on my pedal car. Since those days of cruising the sidewalks not much has changed, I still love anything with wheels. Over the years I've been an Air Force parachute rigger, t...see my full profile
Calin Head

Technical Editor

Email: calin.head@sorc.com
After High School Calin enlisted in the Army where he served for 4 years as a generator mechanic. At the end of his enlistment he went to work for his father's custom interior shop. After 7 years of being a trimmer an editorial opportunity presented ...see my full profile
David Freiburger

Editor-In-Chief

David Freiburger is the Editor In Chief of HOT ROD and HOT ROD Deluxe. He’s never held a job that did not revolve around cars, starting with a position at a Dodge dealership parts counter immediately after high school, then moving to a machine shop, ...see my full profile
Brandan Gillogly

Staff Editor

Brandan Gillogly grew up in Prunedale, California, the semi-official center of the universe, where he cultivated a love of cars, thanks to older brothers and their mini-trucks and one very yellow, very ’80s ’67 Camaro that would have made the Crusher...see my full profile
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