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Boyd Coddington

Obituary

Car-building legend Boyd Coddington, whose testosterone-injected cable TV reality show "American Hot Rod" introduced the nation to the West Coast hot rod guru, has died. He was 63.

Coddington died at Whittier's Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital at 6:20 a.m. Wednesday. Coddington's...

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May you rest in sleep!

Watched your show going to miss it rip boyd god bless you and your family

Watched your show. Great looking cars. Peace

You helped stoke my love of cars, and indeed my career as a mechanic. Rest in Peace, while we miss your creativity here.....

I loved watching your show American Hotrod. You sure built some VERY AWESOME RODS. You will be missed my friend.

IN MY HEART YOU WILL ALWAYS BE THE MASTER OF HOTRODS....IT BROKE ME TO LEARN OF YOUR PASSING..I LOVE YOUR WORK MR CODDINGTON..YOU ARE A LEGEND..MAJOR LOSS TO THE HOTROD COMMUNITY.ME AND MY PARTNER VANESSA LOVE YOUR FLOWERY SHIRTS SIR..:)..YOU ARE ONE OF A KIND.

Mr. Coddington was and is a master. A fantastic boss to his employees. Firm but soft. You will be missed by all of your fans.we love you Boyd

Without question American Hot Rod was the best car show ever produced. Thanks Boyd. RIP