Rodders Digest - 1997

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February
Feature Rods & Customs - Takin' It To The Streets (Years of racing experience went into this '35 Chevy cabriolet), Heart And Soul (That, along with lots of Chevy parts and work, went into this very slick '29 Chevy sedan), Something Different (The third time around, this '39 Chevy gets radicalized), My Way (That's how Dave Laney built his '39 Chevy coupe), Yellow Fever (This '38 Chevy sedan is a catchy little number), Undone And More Fun (We don't care if it's in primer, this '34 sedan delivery is way cool) Tech & How-To - Tech Tips (Bet ya can't read just one), Subframe Comparison (Which is right for your hot rod's front suspension?), Ask Dr. Hot Rod (The good doctor looks at a bad brake and gets tanked. Let's see Georgy Clooney do this) Events - The OK City Corral (Shootout at the NSRA Southwestern Nats), Indy (Racin', Roddin' and 'Rithmetic...hot rodding basics with the Goodguys), Northwest Territory (Exploring street rodding at the NSRA Northwest Nats in Spokane) Departments - Bench Racing, Rodders Write, Rodder's News, Catalog Pages, Events, Book Review, Classified Ads, Advertiser's Directory, Here's Where I Draw The Line Other Stuff - Fifteen Things (15 Memorable Chevrolets)
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April
Feature Rods & Customs - Punch It, Heat It, Haul It (This is one hot F-100), On The Mark (A neat '36 Chevy, cabriolet-style), '34 Haulin' Glass (One fantastic plastic '34 Ford roadster pickup), Topless Tudor (A Deuce sedan is more fun when you remove the roof), The Twilight Zone (Tough-soundin', hard-drivin' '39 Chevy two-door), Rusty's Rod (Rusty Wallace spends his time off the track in this '27 T coupe), Happy Days Are Here Again (FOUND! The original Happy Days roadster pickup) Tech & How-To - Tech Tips (We'll super-size 'em for a quarter more), Trunk Latch Tech (Chuck Cobb shows us hot to shut the deck on a budget), Ask Dr. Hot Rod (The Doctor is in, and your shot is ready), Get Framed (The RD Chassis Buyer's Guide), Coil Clamp (A stylish, inexpensive way to mount your hot rod's coil), UPDATE: Project Strat-O-Streak (Nosing, rust repair and glass removal), Construction Zone (A Hemi-powered '33 Plymouth hi-boy coupe), Construction Zone (It's always Miller Time in this shop) Events - CANATS 96 (The silver anniversary Nats north of the border), Frog Follies (It's always easy being green in Evansville, Indiana) Departments - Bench Racing, Rodders Write, Fifteen Things, Rodder's News, Survey Sez, Events, RD Book Review, Classified Ads, Advertiser's Directory, Here's Where I Draw The Line
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June
Feature Rods And Customs - Top Of The List (It's everything a hot rod coupe should be), Simply Orange (Low, smooth and bright sum up this '35 Ford flatback), The Predator (The Shades of the Past street rod of the year), Hi-Yo Silver (Trigger's completly outclassed by this '57 Ford's horsepower), Grown-Up Toy (Willys pickups are just plain fun), The Best One Yet (A '36 Ford roadster that's the owner's personal favorite), Red Hot Iron (Hammered and hot describes this shoebox custom), Comtemporary Coupe (Another '35 Ford, this time a modern closed version) Events - Shades Of The Past (Our annual trek to Pigeon Forge is always a good time), Bonneville '96 (The USFRA's 20th Annual World Of Speed was fast and salty), Omaha (The NSRA's Mid-American Nats) Tech & How-To - Tech Tips, Clean Sweep (Electric wipers for fat Fords), Ask Dr. Hot Rod, Do It Yourself Discs (What to do when there's no kit), Construction Zone (A high-class '37 Packard), Cut Lines (Laying out a chop on a '36 Ford three-window) Departments - Bench Racing, Rodders Write, Rodder's News, Fifteen Things, Catalog Section, Events, Book Review, Classified Ads, Advertiser's Directory, Here's Where I Draw The Line
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August
Feature Rods & Customs - Invasion Of The Body Snatchers (Strange things happen to Chevys down in Possum Valley...), Plymouth Rock & Roll (This peachy '47 is one nice fat-fendered freeway flyer), Jumbo Jimmy (Just the biggest '46 GMC pickup you've ever seen), Grape Nuts! (Wild purple '32 Ford three-window), It's Like, Grinsville (This flatmotored Model A is guaranteed to make you smile), "A" Real Stretch (It's one way to make an A-bone sedan fit) Events - Kalam-ZOO (Closin' out the season at the NSRA Nats North), Rhinebeck (Goodguys shows the Northeast a Goodtime) Departments - Bench Racing, Rodders Write, Rodder's News, Fifteen Things, Events, Book Reviews, Classified Ads, Advertiser's Directory, Herre's Where I Draw The Line Tech & How-To - Tech Tips (With new Non-Stick surface), Fadeaway Fenders (A classic custom technique still works great in the '90s), Say Aaaaaaah...(Slick hood hinges for Deuces and others), COnstruction Zone (Mark Moriarty is bringing back Ed Roth's Road Agent) Other Stuff - Fifteen Things (15 Car names we don't need to see again), Survey Sez (Great roadside repairs, and what about those T-shirts, anyway)
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October
Feature Rods & Customs - Frenchy's Fifty (Custom's don't get any cooler than a purple shoe-box convertible), Hammered! (Dan Fink really knows how to cut one up), Pure Plymouth (A fresh-squeezed, bright orange Mopar coupe), Formula 409 (It's a plan for fun that includes a chopped '37 Chevy coupe), Heartbeat (A Chevy in a '40 Ford is only natural for Herb Fishel), Back To Basics (Bright red, whitewalls and a '29 body on Deuce rails), Really Right Roadster (Denny Delzer knows how to put together a righteous '33 Ford) Events - Tampa Time #9 (Fall in Florida means the NSRA Southeast Nats) Departments - Bench Racing, Rodders Write, Reader Survey, Rodder's News, Catalog Pages, Events, Book Review, Classified Ads, Advertiser's Directory, Here's Where I Draw The Line Tech & How-To - Tech Tips (Now with Borax), Fixin' The Fun Meter (Rebuilding Project Stratostreak's speedometer), Electric Door Latches (A new way to keep 'em closed from Crossfire), Ask Doctor Hot Rod, Take A Slice! (Sectioning a fat Ford sedan), Construction Zone (Two '35 Chevy coupes, one for the show and one to go)
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December
Feature Rods & Customs - Super Willys! (This '40 coupe, our Street Rod of the Year, is a triple threat: Street, Strip or Show), The Wednesday Nite Gang (That's who this '46 Ford coupe cruises with, usually on Tuesdays), Fun Limit: 55 (There's no limit on the good times with this mild custom '55 Chevy), Sharp Dressed Men (Ken Angstadt is always lookin' good in a black bow-tie...a '31 Chevy coupe, to be precise), Timeless Hot Rod (This '32 three-window features a timeless look and a vintage 'glass body), Hot Stuff (This cool, peachy '40 Chevy beats fightin' fires anyday), Cool Rag (This Deuce roadster just might be a keeper for Thacker) Events - OK City (The NSRA Street Rod Nationals returns to Oklahoma...a bunch of cool cars and even more good times) Departments - Bench Racing, Rodders Write, Rodder's News, Survey Sez, Events, Book Review, Beep Beep, Classified Ads, Advertiser's Index, Herre's Where I Draw The Line Tech & How-To - Tech Tips (Now with Retsin), Three For One (A license plate frame, a tag light and a third brake light all in one), Project Strat-O-Streak Update (Dressin' the 421 and undressin' the body by sandblasting), Construction Zone (Flathead-powered '36 roadster) Other Stuff - Fifteen Things (15 reasons to go to the Nats)
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