Street Rod Action Magazines

I am listing here the magazines with titles of Rod Action, Street Rod Action and Rod Action & Street Machines. They seem to all be the same magazine, just improving their title.

If an issue that you are looking for is not listed here, please inquire. We are still trying to list everything that we have.

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CONTENTS
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PRICE
PAYPAL
December
1973
Features - Chevrolet 1911 - 1954; Tricks With Tubing; Wood Joints; Power Steering For Rods; Curing Beam Axle Shimmy; California Stepsides; How To Box Frames; Flaring Clamshell Fenders Cars - Chevy Twice; Number 950; Brand New Old Cystom; An Exercise In Styling; Out Of Warranty; Top Secret; Justatruck Departments - Scrapbook; Quiet Zone; Two-Way Traffic; One Way (An editorial); NSRA Monthly Report; Rod Route Street Meetings; Business District; Stop And Shop (Classified)
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January
1980
Rods - Stock Appearing (This '32 Ford 2-door sedan has a body that looks almost totally stock, but underneath it was no-holds-barred on the modifications); Built With Beer (Take late Ford suspensions parts, Chevrolet power and add them to early Ford styling, and you've got an outstanding street rod); It Was Up A Creek (He found this '29 Ford pickup, or at least part of it, in a creek bed while hunting. And that part formed the base for a whole lot of street rod); Strictly Business Coupe (It's a '37 Business Coupe with all the good stuff to make it a car you don't want to mess with); The Coupe From Indy (With two of the biggest car races in the country held there, it's only natural that Indianapolis would produce some outstanding street rods. Like this '32 Ford 3-window); Pick A Pair (It takes a lucky, and hard-working rodder to have a pair of cars like these in the garage. A Willys Knight coupe and a Plymouth roadster); Hegman's Honey (When you go all-out building a street rod, you end up with something like this '32 Ford 3-window); Off The Strip And On The Street (When a person who has spent years building and driving fuel dragsters takes it into his head to build a street rod, you can be sure it will be pretty special); Love At First Roadster (When he say this '32 he fell immediately in love and just had to have it); Family Affair (Putting together this '29 Ford coupe was a strictly do-it-yourself project with the whole family helping); World's Fair Chevy (This '34 Chevrolet Master Coach wasn't built in an auto factory. It was built as part of a display at the World's Fair, and this is only one of the unusual things about it); Quietly Black (This '34 Roadster is a perfect example of the "California Look" in street rods); '34 Rat (Take a 427 Chevy, build it until it makes horsepower that won't quit, then slip it into a '34 Chevy Sedan, and you've got a street rod that won't quit) Features - Youngstown Rod Run (Rods from all over gathered at the Idora Amusement Park for the Seventh Annual Youngstown Rod Run); Rod Action Visits Total Performance (Rod Action Magazine takes a closer look at one of the country's top street rod component manufacturers); Seaport Fun Run (The Vintage Valley Street Rods of Lewiston, Idaho, and Clarkston, Washington, got together for the third time) Technical - Hiboy Under Construction (A new roadster takes shape in a Missouri garage and Rod Action is there watching); Trick Tranny (You can hype performance by changing your rear axle ratio, but only at the expense of gas mileage. Almost the same results can be gained by switching to a better transmission); An Unusual Frame (Innovation in design is not something that can be ignored when our reporters go out to find out what's happening in street rods) Departments - Two Way Traffic; SEMA Report; Loading Zone; Stop And Shop
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November
1987

Of Rodding Interest - NSRA Nationals New Products Competition (A bushel-basket full of neat, new goodies); The 1987 Street Rod Nationals (We're talkin' almost 10,000 rods, in one place!) Rodders Rods - 1931 Chevrolet Five Passenger Coupe ('31 Chevy Coupe); Smooth Rhodes ('34 Ford Cabriolet); Clair Cut ('40 Willys Coupe); Just Like Mrs. Packards ('34 Packard Victoria); More Street Than Hot ('34 Ford Roadster) Rod Action Invoice - One Way; Two Way; Wire Works; NSRA; SREA; Loading Zone; Rod Routes
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January
1989
Of Rodding Interest - Shades Of Future Past (The Perfect Rod Run); No-Buck Bull Nose (Home grown for free); MoPar-Oadster (LTL does it again); L.A. Roadsters 24th Annual (Heading for a quarter century) Rodders Rods - Yankee Rose ('48 Chevy Pickup); Plotkin's Pleasure ('34 Ford three-window Coupe); The Moose Is Loose ('30 Ford AA Panel 85B); Just Another Nice Roadster ('32 Ford Roadster); Winning On A Deuce ('32 Ford Roadster); The Skyles The Limit ('33 Ford Roadster); Delightful Delivery ('47 Chevy Panel Delivery) Rod Action Invoice - One Way; Two Way; '50s Flashback; Wire Works; Readers Rod Shop; NSRA; Loading Zone; Video Review
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February
1989
Of Rodding Interest - How To Re-Wire Your Rod (Easier than you might think); New "Beefy" IFS Kit For Chubby Henrys (MoPar based, ready to go and really neat) Rodders Rods - Bowtie Engineering ('38 Chevy Sports Coupe); Victorious Talents ('33 Ford Victoria); Rodware Willys ('33 Willys 5-window coupe); Back To Basics ('29 Model A Ford Sedan); Full Dress Bowtie ('39 Chevy Master Deluxe 2-Door Sedan); Lone Star 3-Window ('36 Ford 3-Window Coupe) Rod Action Invoice - One Way; Two Way; Reader's Rod Shop; NSRA; Wire Works; '50s Flashback; Book Review; Loading Zone; Mark And Mike
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March
1989
Of Rodding Interest - Bolt-On 30 to 40% More Horsepower - In One Afternoon (Weland's new pro-street supercharger); Season Finale (The Southeast Nats in Tampa, Fl); Beat The Chevy Engine Hot-Start Blues (...with a kit that is inexpensive and does the job); High-Tech Electronics (...or, watts in that little box) Rodder's Rods - Willy Bad (A wild and wooly Model 77 Roadster); One Bad Thirty-One (An "A" Vicky that's too good to be true); Collaboration (Brizio & B&M teamwork Deuce roadsters); Home-Built (A '34 Cabriolet that's sweet for the street); Taylor Made (The Medicine Man's latest potion - a '34 Vicky); A Lady With a Checkered (Flag) Past (This torrid stripper has mellowed with time) Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; One Way; Wire Works; NSRA News; Two Way; Reader's Rod Shop; '50s Flashback; Loading Zone; Street Rod Action Book Review; "Mark & Mike"
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November
1989
Of Rodding Interest - Pushrods' First Annual Hot Rod '89 (Hot rods and history make a great combination); The Roots Of Customizing (The "Old Days" of "Body Alterations for Lasting Style"); The Shocking Truth (The search for the perfect ignition coil); 1989 Chassis Equipment Buyer's Guide (The latest in Aftermarket Street Rod Frames and Equipment) Rodder's Rods - No Guts, No Glory (To chop or not to chop? Well); Saturday Night Special (Do the phrase "Hotter than a pistol" mean anything to yu?); Just Junkyard Junk (There's just no telling what Greg Lins will do with his trash); Perry's Vicky (A '35 Vicky is just what he got) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; Wire Works; NSRA News; Reader's Rod Shop; '50s Flashback
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December
1989
Of Rodding Interest - 1989 Nationals Cruise-In (If we could, we'd do it again tomorrow); How To Repair Rust-Outs (Do it yourself and save $$$); 20th NSRA Street Rod Nationals (Just in case you missed something); SRA's 1989 Christmas Shopping Guide (Circle the stuff you want Santa to bring) Rodder's Rods - Pack-Attack (It's low, pro and green all over); Ten-Buck B-400 (Which just goes to show ya...); It's A/Altered (And a little more than bargained for); Ebony Delivery (It's smooth and straight, straight, straight) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; Wire Works; NSRA News; Reader's Rod Shop; '50s Flashback
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January
1990
Of Rodding Interest - NSRA Nationals West '89 (Bakersfield was a blast - again!); Briz "Bumps" (Reproduction '37 DeSoto bumpers for Street Rods); "Goodguys" Gallop To Puyallup (A Premier Northwest Event) Rodder's Rods - Legacy "T" (Built by a real craftsman); Baby Blue (By the Foss Bros since 1953); One For The "Rhodes" (And it's all steel); 'Bama Ragtop (An All-Repro rod that's great); Maple Leaf Model A (A former rust bucket from the frozen North); Homebuilt Humpback (A family project for the street) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; Reader's Rod Shop; NSRA News; Wire Works; '50s Flashback; SRA Book Review; Loading Zone
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February
1990
Of Rodding Interest - '40 Ford Day 1989! (A Premier SoCal One Make Car Show); E-Z Power Windows (It makes more sense than ever before); Steering U-Joint Facts (...about those little wiggly things our lives depend on); NSRA Nats North '89 (A Drake's eye view) Rodder's Rods - "Silver Missed" (Who'd have thought the name would stick?); Turbo For One? (We've seen lots of blowers for rods, but how 'bout a...); "Just A Driver" (According to the owner it's...); Total-Ly Radical (The 1990 Ford Performance "Pro Street T"); Bow-Twilight Zone (You are entering the realm of Time and Space knows as...) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Reader's Rod Shop; Two Way; NSRA News; '50s Flashback; Wire Works; Video Review; Loading Zone
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March
1990
Of Rodding Interest - E-Z '41-'48 Ford/Chevy Engine Swap (Here's how-to-do this Popular Swap RIGHT); Classical Gas (Replace it yourself: Cheaper AND Better); The Rancho Los Amigos Show (A neat day spent sharing our hobby with others) Rodder's Rods - Instant Ragtop (Nice idea. But there's no such thing as an...); Isissa Joke? (Okay, guys, givvit to me straight); "Easy As Pie" (To J.T. Winfrey, building this slick '37 Softop was...); War Wagon (Pearl Yellow sure beats olive drab, doesn't it); "Bonneville Boomer" Revisited (Rescued from oblivion, this infamous Salt Flats custom is back on the streets again); Up Your Alley (If you're a Chevy man, this full custom is...) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; NSRA News; '50s Flashback; Wire Works; Street Rod Action Book Review; Reader's Rod Shop; Loading Zone; Rod Routes
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April
1990
Of Rodding Interest - Bow-Tie Engineering (Full Monte Carlo suspension for your fat Chevy or Ford); Kool-Kar Insulation (Keep your car comfy all year long); NSRA "Statement" Car 1990 (Come July 21st, it could be yours); Christmas Tree Chop (SoCal Pickups Annual Winter Rod Run) Rodder's Rods - "G" Is For Grasshopper (It's also for Green and for Great); "Sometimes I Wonder..." (A wild ride for a Hot Rod Junkie); "Old Friends" (The more than change, the more they remain the same); One Bad '40 (Dr. Ru's Hot Pro-Street Coupe) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Wire Works; Two Way; NSRA News; '50s Flashback; Reader's Rod Shop; Rod Routes; Loading Zone
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May
1990
Of Rodding Interest - Installing a "Soft Top Insert Kit" (Do it just like the Pros); HEI: A Pointless Subject (It's the best Street Rod Distributor yet); "'40 Is '50" Tour (A 50th Anniversary Tour for '40 Fords); This Summer: Beat The "Hot" Rod Blues (Stay Kool! Plan ahead. Do it now); The Un-Toy Run (An Annual Holiday Charity event) Rodder's Rods - Ruf's Rod (A modern version of a Classic Hot Rod); Pygmy Phaeton (A little different...know what I mean); Yardsale Street Rod (Found amid the family cast-offs); Traveling Man (10,000 miles can't be wrong); The "Definitive" Merc (This '51 Ragtop might be the best ever) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; Reader's Rod SHop; NSRA News; '50s Flashback; Wire Works; Loading Zone; Rod Routes
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June
1990
Of Rodding Interest - L.A. Roadster's Show & Swap Meet (Bigger and better than ever - as usual); How To Lower A Fat MoPar (The simplest way is often the best way); "Get A Light" (How to restore '37-'39 Ford headlight buckets); How To Install A Headliner (A No-Stich - and No-Hitch - Deal) Rodder's Rods - "Hemi-Fied" (A Truly Mighty MoPar); Texas Tudor (A fast, flamed and Freuhauf Yellow Ford); "Strictly My Wife's Car" (Honest); "Just A Dream" (But for a little help from their friends) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; Reader's Rod Shop; Street Rod Action Book Review; NSRA News; Wire Works; Fifties Flashback; Loading Zone
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July
1990
Of Rodding Interest - Temecula '90 (Early Times Mid-Winter Fling); NSRA's Rocky Mountain Street Rod Nats (A Hot Time in Pueblo); Calibrate Your Speedo - At Home (It's easy - and far cheaper than a ticket); Modern Shocks For Lowered MoPars (Improved ride and handling with this Valley Vintage Rods kit); How To: Rebuild Stromberg 97s (They're not a fussy as you'd think) Rodder's Rods - Love At First Sight (A Dream come true); Class Of '50 (A Trip Back in Time); Bailey's Blue Roadster (All steel, all Ford and All Street); Home-Built Beauty (A '34 with a do-it-yourself attitude) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; Reader's Rod Shop; NSRA News; Wire Works; '50s Flashback; Trim Talk; Loading Zone
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August
1990
Of Rodding Interest - Goodguy' So-Cal Spring Rod & Custom Nationals (Boogie down to Pomona); Hitch A Modern Automatic To Your Nostalgia Six-Banger (A new adapter from SEC makes it easy); Make Your Own Custom Armrests (They're neat, easy - and have pockets, too); MoPar Disc Brakes (The R.H. Jones kit makes this swap simple); Flashing Back To The 'Fifties (Albert Drake takes a look at some Nostalgia Rods still on the street) Rodder's Rods - Billy's Roadster (Few Hot Rods were this nice back then); Longer Than My Wife (In fact, I dated her in this car); Utah Highboy (Our Hot Rod Heritage is in good hands); A Carpenter's Dream (A different sort of ride); Play It Again, Fran (A Rodder for 59 of his 72 years) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; Reader's Rod Shop; Video Review; NSRA News; Wire Works; Fifties Flashback; Trim Talk; Loading Zone
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September
1990
Of Rodding Interest - NSRA Appreciation Day '90 (The Reps say "Thanks"); Hot Disc Brakes (Wilwood Engineering's contributions to street rod safety); Power Seats For "Fatties" (It's an easy, bolt-in deal); Fun In The Sun Run (Eleventh Annual Vintage Limited) Rodder's Rods - GM-Dodge (A MoPar with a General Motors heart); Learn-As-You-Go Bowtie (A first-time knock-out); "Couldn't Be Done" (They said it); It's Essex-Y (When Dickie Lowder says it's a rare one, he ain't kidding); Arkansawyer (On old farm truck with a second lease on life) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; 'Fifties Flashback; Reader's Rod Shop; Book Review; NSRA News; Wire Works; Trim Talk; Loading Zone
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October
1990
Of Rodding Interest - Paint Your Street Rod Yourself (It's easier than you'd think); Cruisin' Paso Robles (KKOA's West Coast Lead Sled spectacular); Salt Cruisin' (There's no-cruise like the B'ville Cruise); Two-Piece Interior Panels (The no-sew way to good looks); The Dreaded G.F.M.* (*Garage Floor Monster, what else) Rodder's Rods - "Awl Mud" (That's what the owner calls it...honest); It's A Long, Long Story (...with a very happy ending); "Yours, Mine And Hours" (Family street rodding at it's best); "Sh'bopp, Sh'bopp" (A New Look From New Jersey) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; NSRA News; Wire Works; Reader's Rod Shop; '50s Flashback; Loading Zone
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November
1990
Of Rodding Interest - How To Subframe Your Fat Fendered Street Rod (Careful measuring is the key); Street Rods Nats East (Second largest and first most difficult); How To Repair Paint Damage (B&M's new touch-up kit makes it easy); Celebrating The Low-Buck & Beater (This one's for you) Rodder's Rods - Sign On The Dotted Line (After all, a deal is a deal); It's Marvolous (Well, what more can one say); Well, I'll Be Tikl Pnk! (Who says you can't make a REAL ragtop out of a sedan); E-Z Goin' Pickup (Topless Cruisin at it's best); Fat Cat (You don't own cats, they just live with you); Future Force (Craftsman Tom Artusi's latest creation) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; '50s Flashback; Wire Works; Trim Cover; NSRA News; Sidelines; Reader's Rod SHop; Loading Zone
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December
1990
Of Rodding Interest - NSRA Street Rod Nationals 1990 (Somebody said it rained...); Ford Electronic Distributor Conversion (A low buck, home built hi-performance ignition); The Kemp's Return To Holland (KKOA's Annual Custom Car conversion) Rodder's Rods - "Pink Cadillac" (First the song, then the movie); "Orange Plush" (The way they build 'em in Boise); "Community Project" (So many friends helped build it); "Nytwich" (It arose from the ashes); "Tradin' Material" (That's all it was to the former owner) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; NSRA News; Wire Works; Reader's Rod Shop; '50s Flashback; Trim Talk; Book Review; Loading Zone
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January
1991
Of Rodding Interest - Vintage Tin National Park (Always rumored, now we have proof); Pacific Northwest Nationals (Goodguys does it again); "Quickies" (A low-$$$ tech quartet); Streak 171 (A great American tradition upheld) Rodder's Rods - Be-Bopped Vickey (A dream '32 built from a rare stocker); "Iron Mistress" (A 5 1/2 month affair); "The Second Time's A Charm" (Especially when it's the same guy with the same car); "Pro-Wood Is Even Better" (A Pro-Street Woodie wagon); "Orange Zonker" (A fat MoPar Highboy? Why not); "Father And Son Homebuilts" (A two-generation rod-building team); "Already A Classic" (The Roots of Pro-Street) Street Rod Action Invoice - Two Way; Just Cruisin'; SRA Book Review; NSRA News; '50s Flashback; Reader's Rod Shop; Trim Talk; Wire Works; Loading Zone
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February
1991
Of Rodding Interest - How-To: Fiberglass Body Wood (The life of your Repro-Rod depends on it); Zipper Motors Test Stand (Set up and test your engine in just 15 minutes); "How Did The Roots Of Rodding Get Buried In The Salt?" (Was Bonneville the beginning?); How To Make And Install Custom Carpeting (It's easy when you know this) Rodder's Rods - Shameless! (Pink, puffed and proud of it); It's A Gas, Gas, Gas (Jim Hill's Downeast Willys is really something); Encore (The Belcher Clan does it again); Love & Hate (It's either one or the other); Kansas Hi-Boy (The latest is always the best) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; '50s Flashback; Industry Views; NSRA News; Reader's Rod Shop; Street Rods Action Book Review; Video Review; Trim Talk; Loading Zone
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March
1991
Of Rodding Interests - Goodguy's West Coast Nationals (Good Times in Pleasonton); Panel Trim: Go From Wimpy To Wild (Update your upholstery in your own garage shop); Independent Rear Suspensions (Is there one in YOUR future?); Fiberglass Body Wood - Part II (How to hinge the doors and decklid) Rodder's Rods - The Wild Indian (Another piece of our hot rod heritage); "Who Found Who?" (He wasn't even looking...); "Southern Vicky" (A sign of the times); "This Deuce Is Wild" (NOT for the weak of heart); "The Moore Special" (A typical 20s race car - Turned Street Rod); "Go Fish" (Look what Stu Schneir caught); "Get Real" (Not everybody likes billet) Stret Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; '50s Flashback; Loading Zone; NSRA News; Reader's Rod Shop; Industry Views; SRA Book Review
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April
1991
Of Rodding Interest - Springtime Buyer's Guide (New and interesting Street Rod gear); Hidden Gas Filler Door (Here's how to do it); Blow-Up Jack (It's quick, easy and convenient); Cruisin' Bonneville's Beach (The 1990 Bonneville Cruise-in) Rodder's Rods - Free B-Ville Coupe (A fat fendered Salt flyer); '48 Ameri-Pro (A Pro-Street Austin A-40?); '37 XTC (A happy guys Cabriolet); "Enough Is Enough" (Coupe turned Ragtop - from Posies); "Artie's '40" (Street is neater in a beater (no matter WHAT the tall guy says); "Mickey's MoPar" (Rare Dixie trophy taker) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; Industry Views; Reader's Rod Shop; Trim Talk; NSRA News; '50s Flashback
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May
1991
Of Rodding Interest - Dropped Spindle Supports (Getting the Lowdown on Low Down); More Vintage Tin (From around the USA - and Canada, too); Sculptured Door Panels (The latest in stylish Street Rod interiors); How To Pin Stripe Your Street Rod (It's the traditional finishing touch) Rodder's Rods - "Third Degree Burn" (Hot Stuff from the High Country); "Cotton Patch" (Well, that's what they call it); "Serious Business" (Len Evans' Pro-Street '33 is...); "Dynamic Duo" (Will we take the '33 Ford or the '41 Willys?); "Budget-Built 3-Window" (Homebuilt - as it should be); "Not A Merc" (It's a Packard) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; Wire Works; '50s Flashback; NSRA News; Industry Views; Video Review; SRA Book Review; Loading Zone; Reader's Rod Shop
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June
1991
Of Rodding Interest - Early Ford Discs: A Stopping Guide (All the current hits...illustrated); How To: Fatman Mustang II '46-'48 Ford Swap (They just keeo gettin' easier 'n' easier); The 11th Annual James Dean Run (Thirty-five years later) Rodder's Rods - "Debbie's Roadster" (It's all repro and cute as a bug's ear); "Under Construction" (But hardly ever left at home); Nertz! (That's Dick Tracy for CRAZY); Fast Red (Built to the hilt and lookin' good); "Daddy" (Patriarch to a fiberglass family); "No Lemun" (But it sure got off to a shaky start); "Uncle John" (An unusual choice); "Wally P" (Not EVERYBODY wants a Ford) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; Wire Works; '50s Flashback; NSRA News; Reader's Rod Shop; Loading Zone
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July
1991
Of Rodding Interest - Whoa! Hold Them Ponies! (A Mustang II disc brake upgrade guide); Temecula '91 (A traditional Mid-Winter cruise); Trim Tips (The little things that make the job easier); Custom Rack & Pinion Steering For Early Independents (It's not easy, but it sure works swell); Tilt For Your Toy (A low-$$$ approach) Rodder's Rods - "Boje" (It's one VISUAL '40); Did Somebody Say "Different" (John Lercel's '37 DeSoto certainly fills the bill); Just Different Enough (Yes, Virginia, It IS an Oldsmobile); It's Summertime (Dave Summers likes 'em red and hot); It's All Steel, Boys (And it's got 215 louvers to prove it) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; Wire Works; '50s Flashback; NSRA News; Industry Views; Reader's Rod Shop; Sidelines; Video Review; Loading Zone; SRA Book Review
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August
1991
Of Rodding Interest - Fat Chevy's Suspension Rebop - Part 1 (A modern IFS "Doin' it right"); Wood Inlays (An easy and effective trim trick); A Change In The Script (Valve cover transformation: From Chevy to Cadillac); Street Rod Anti-Sway Bars (A BIG improvement in the way your car drives); "The DOA Gang" (Henry Gregor Felsen's latest teen adventure) Rodder's Rods - "Fatrag" (A '48 Buuick Special convertible that's more than most); "On-Sat Racing" (The world's quickest and fastest '40 Chevy Coupe); "Peanuts' Pride" (A '40 Ford Deluxe that's red, hot and WILD); "Bacon's Burger" (An all-repro '37 Ford Cabriolet that's as contemporary as it gets); "Texas Time Machine" (Built in the '50s, but re-rodded for today) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; Wire Works; NSRA News; Industry Views; Reader's Rod Shop; Sidelines; SRA Book Review; Loading Zone
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September
1991
Of Rodding Interest - Fat Chevy Suspension Rebop - Part II (Fiber-Optic Dash Lights (Suddenly, it's the 21st century); Fat Ford / S-10 Chassis Swap (A simple, low-buck alternative); Still More Vintage Tin (Don't wait, it's dwindling fast); How To: Re-Color Vinyl And Leather (It's easier than it sounds) Rodder's Rods - Once More With Feelilng (A '40 Many Door, '90's style); "Mister Blue" (Welcome back to 1960); "...Not A Ford" (But it's a Champion); Route "77" (A real-steel Willys); Travelin' Man (A '35 Chevy Cabriolet that's both mean and green); "Candy Apple Commander" (An unusual '39 Studebaker Pickup); So, How'd It Turn Out? (George Simmons' '41 - completed) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; '50s Flashback; Reader's Rod Shop; Wire Works; Industry Views; NSRA News; Loading Zone
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October
1991
Of Rodding Action - York '91 (Do Eastern Rodders REALLY have more fun?); Cool It...With A Radiator Fan Shroud (A solution to the age-old problem); Custom Wood Dash Inlay (The latest in luxury custom dashboards); Garage Scene: San Luis Obispo (Customs are alive and well) Rodder's Rods - Inspiration" (Sometimes it takes a little push); "Dusty Roads-Ter" (Welcome back to 1950); "Speak Softly" (And carry a big block); "Y'Know It Don't Come Easy" (And sometimes it's downright rough); "Just A Driver" (And one that's long on looks); "Baby Blue '41" (The car every teenager dreamed about); "Found In A Barn" (Believe it, or not) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; NSRA News; Industry Views; '50s Flashback; Reader's Rod Shop; SRA Book Review; Loading Zone
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November
1991
Of Rodding Interest - Okie City 1991 (The NSRA Street Rod Nationals); Puyallup '91 (Goodguys' Northwest boogie); How To: Install Lumbar Supports (Beat fatigue over the long haul); MoPar A-500 Automatic Overdrive (A perfect Street Rod transmission) Rodder's Rods - "Now This Is Different" (Henry never built one like this); "Gil's Choice" (Sure beats flatbottoms); "Southern Heartbeat" (What a way to go); "Abandoned" (But not forever); "Not Always Topless" (It began life as a Coupe); "A Pair For The Road" (NorCal '37 Fords); "...I Did It My W(r)ay" (An upholsterer's '37 Club Cabriolet - his way) Street Rod Action Invoioce - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; Wire Works; '50s Flashback; NSRA News; Reader's Rod Shop; Loading Zone
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December
1991
Of Rodding Interest - Goodguy's Holds The 5th At Pleasantown (Another good time with the Goodguys); How To Build A Pro-Street "T" (One of the easiest conversions there is); 1991 Christmas Buyer's Guide (Ho, Ho, Ho); Toppers/Chariots: Changing The Image (Hot Rod Clubs - the way it used to be) Rodder's Rods - "Never Slow Down" (Jim Walther is used to this kind of power); "ZZ Who" (A clean and simple approach); "Brent's Kit Bash" (The Pro-Street side of the All-Repro coin); "Hot Rod Lincoln" (It's long and low...but no slouch); "Basket Case" (One man's trash); "Oklahoma Low-Buck" (Almost completely homebuilt on a budget); "Fireman's Fun" (There's no rod like a Hot Rod) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; Wire Works; NSRA News; Reader's Rod Shop; '50s Flashback
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February
1992
Of Rodding Interest - NSRA West Coast Nationals (Big time in Bakersfield - again!); Henry Ford (A 19th century Hot Rodder); The RODtronics Door Latch Kit (If it seems a little remote...); How To: Molded Headliner (It's the latest trend); Portland Swap Meet (It's a Northwestern Tradition); Permabond And Permaslip (Plug wire fix-in-a-tube) Rodder's Rods - "Radical Roadmaster" (Who'd have thought a Buick could look this good); "Strawberry Shortcake" (It's a real driver's custom); "Ol' Smoothie" (Hardly a hiccup disturbs these smooth lines); "Little Dave Addison's Latest Toy" (...and what a toy it is); "The Look Of Things To Come?" (It's only a matter of time); "Sweet Georgia Peach" (An all-repro masterpiece); "Blackjack" (At's short, sweet and easy on the eyes); "Turquoise Delivery" (Chopped, dropped and rides like a Lincoln) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Say; Reader's Rod Shop; NSRA News; '50s Flashback; Loading Zone
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March
1992
Of Rodding Interest - Goodguy's Pomona Boogie (A great mix of early and late rods); Father's Day 1991 (The L.A. Rodders Annual Show and Swap meet); Stop...The Modern, Safe Way (Dual Masters and Fixed Rate Proportioning Valves); Sidewalk Cruisers: Then...And Now (Pedal cars for BIG kids) Rodder's Rods - Outlaw! (An all-repro '34 Chevy Street Fighter); Just Right '39 (A conservative Cruiser from a radical builder); First Loves (A teenagers first, and second, interests); You Gotta Please Yourself (A '40 Willys Four Door with a Gasser flavor); Dad Made Me Do It (A second generation's '36 Ford Sedan); Once Upon A Vintage Tin (This smooth '37 Ford was found in a field); Super Modified (A rarely rodded '35 Chevy Pickup) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; Reader's Rod Shop; Wire Works; '50s Flashback; Loading Zone; NSRA News
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May
1992
Of Rodding Interest - Stop...In The Name Of The Law! (The Law of Physics, that is); A Mustang IFS For Your MoPar (A Fatman Fabrications kit makes it easy); Oakland '92 (The Show of Shows); The Hot Rod Show (No frills, just wall to wall rods); Alircraft Composite Street Rod Buggy Springs (A high-tech approach to old-time Ford suspension) Rodder's Rods - Teen Obsession (A '50 Olds he could never forget); Pro-Jimmy (Old Haulers are where it's at); First Time's A Charm (Why not make it a MoPar); Rudy Kutey's '48 Stude (Hang onto your socks, y'all); It's A...Rare Ram (This '33 Dodge Phantom is one of a kind); Shh-Boom Shoebox (This '50 Ford could have been built 35 years ago); Hudzzila (It had to happen sooner or later) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Ways; NSRA News; Reader's Rod Shop; '50s Flashback; SRA Book Review; Loading Zone
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June
1992
Of Rodding Interest - The Trap Door (A handy master cylinder access hatch); Boneyard Deck Latch And Lifts (Update your rod with a trunkful of modern hardware); How-To: Disc Brakes For MoPars (A bolt-on trio from low-$ to hi-tech)); How-To" French Plate Special (An easy way to customize your license plate) Rodder's Rods - "Bonneville On A Budget" (Racin' the Flats for just $5000); "The Nor-Cal Coupe" (In the Spirit of the Lakes); "Toy Time" (When the work week is through, it's...); "Cotton's Cruiser" (You're not going to believe this story); "Perfect Lines" (This Outlaw '33 is a perfect 10); "Dishmon's Deuce" Bolt on that K.I.S.S. plan); "Just An Ol' Work Truck" (We don't quite think so); "Low Commotion" (A very different kind of Merc); "Injection's Nice, But..." (This '38 Standard is much better blown) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; NSRA News; '50s Flashback; Wire Works; Reader's Rod Shop; Loading Zone; Book Review
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July
1992
Of Rodding Interest - Street Racing! (Apparitions from the past); Paint: How To Get A Lot For A Little (Chain paint shops may hold the key); How To Upholster Your Street Rod - Part 1 (Door panels with map pockets); R & C: The Oregon Connection (The Hight Ponderosa Custom Classic) Rodder's Rods - "Machinist's Showstopper" (An East Coast cutie); "It's A Daily Driver...Honest" (An SRA Drive Test); "Second Time Around" (This Chrysler was featured back in '75); "Rein-Car-Nation" (And the second life is far better than the first); "Before The Rocket" (A seldom seen early Olds); "'47 Long" (It's a Caddy for a tall rodder); "Hazardous Material" (This Buick Ragtop was almost confiscated as...); "Terrific Torpedo" (What's another name for a whacked Packard?) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; NSRA News; '50s Flashback; Wire Works; Reader's Rod Shop; Loading Zone
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August
1992
Of Rodding Interest - One-Way (Rod Action's First Editorial); What Is A Street Rod? (Setting the course of two decades); Where Are They Now? (The faces behind Rod Action - today); Monterey Madness (Goodguy's is back in town); How To Build A Pro-Street '40 Ford Frame (Alston Chassisworks parts make the job easy); Power Me Up (And Down), Scotty (Juliano's Power Windows) Rodder's Rods - "Studezzilla" (Who'd have thought a Stude could look this HOT); "Bad '33" (An All-Repro Rod that's bad to the bone); "Ebony Mist" (It's more than just a dream); "Street Rod d' Elegance" (It's one super '32); "California Dreamin'" (A Roadster for all seasons) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; Loading Zone; NSRA News; '50s Flashback; Wire Works; Reader's Rod Shop
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September
1992
Of Rodding Interest - Build A Thoroughly Modern Merc (P & J makes building a contemporary custom easy); How To Upholster Your Street Rod - Part II (Coordinated Windlace: make it yourself); Lone Star Tin (Another Tin-tilizing batch of photos from our Texas connection); Cruisin' To Paso Robles '92 (West Coast Kustoms' Annual Kruise); Make It A Hard-Roof Highboy (Can the canvas, skin it with steel); Finish It Your Way (The Viper Coupe: Goodguys' Grand Prize); Street Rod Action Reader's Survey (Here's YOUR chance to tell us about yourself) Rodder's Rods - Primo (Jim Browning's radical '33 Three-window); Not Another Red Ford (A wild East Coast Pro-Street '35 Chevy); And The Ridler Award Goes To...(James "Jay Tee" Stewart); Low Profile (A long term project finally finished); A Tribute To Tony (Dedicated to his Rodder brother); Windsor Fabrications Showpiece (Putting their best foot forward) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; '50s Flashback; NSRA News; Reader's Rod Shop; Loading Zone
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October
1992
Of Rodding Interest - NSRA Nats East (What's a little rain); How To: Build Claw Latches For Steel-Bodied Cars (It's much simpler than you'd think); Swaptime In The Rockies (High-altitude Vintage Tin at it's best); L.A. Roadsters Show And Swap Meet (THE place to be on Father's day); A Pane In The Butt (New glass for old Smoothies); Ford At Indy (1935 was a very good year...but not for Henry) Rodder's Rods - "Photog's Rod" (Historian Al Drake's new ride); "Frost Beige Beauty" (A smooth and subtle '36 Cabriolet); "Who'll Gimme..." (This Coupe is an All Auction special); "First Love" (His first ride is still his best); "Defatso" (What a neat Duck-Soto); "Country MoPar" (A Southern Homebuilt Sedan) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; Reader's Rod Shop; NSRA News; '50s Flashback; Wire Works; Loading Zone
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November
1992
Of Rodding Interest - Nerf Bars: Safety With Style (Here's how to make 'em yourself); Cruiz-In To The Nats (It's not just a trip, it's an experience); NSRA Street Rod Nationals (A big time in Louis Town for 1992) Rodder's Rods - Chicken Coop Coupe (It was found in a barn); Quickie Express (When you want to get there on time); Prototype Forty (Public reaction is very positive); Upholsterer's Showcase (What better way to show your stuff); Physical Therapy (Physical or mental - it works either way); Second Time Around (This time it's a Pro-Street Cruiser) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; NSRA News; '50s Flashback; Loading Zone
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January
1993
Of Rodding Interest - Little Pat (Is this Santa Claus' rod...?); Build Your Own Street Rod Gas Tank (It's easier than you'd think); Build A Metal Glove Box (A neat way to make extra room); Stripe It At Home (Two easy ways to pin stripe your rod); Last Knight (The Tontinel The "Last Man" Bottle); NSRA West Coast Nats '92 (Bakersfield never had it so good) Rodder's Rods - California Girl (A rare combination of beauty, wit and sophistication); Sn'Orange Studebaker (That's a Whatissit); Five Hundred Ten (A Street Strip '34 Ford with a racer's touch); Subtlety (...the key is the key); Half My Love And All MY Money (That's the price you pay for fun); Dueling MoPars (Cut from the same cloth); Striper's Streeter (Jim Ferrett's latest canvas); Phun Phaeton (This is what he REALLY wanted. After all) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; '50s Flashback; Wire Works; NSRA News; Loading Zone
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February
1993
Of Rodding Interest - Plymouth's "Prowler" (Is it a Concept Car? Or is it a factory rod of the future?); T's R Bar (In a Big, Big way); Tex's T's (A new "Designer Series" from Tex Smith); The Total Pro-Street T (Show off your own style); Speedway Motor T Kits (There's three to choose from); Carson Top Draws Rave Late-Night Reviews (Build a solid Ragtop that comes off in a cinch); Flash (Complete Goodguy's and NSRA 1993 event schedule) Rodder's Rods - Simplici-T (Right out of the Forties); Swap Meet F-400 (Here's another fine car that Henry didn't make); Yesterday...And Today (The rebirth of a Bucket); Father And Son Act (Two generations of excellent taste); Stupidity! (Is a common, but seldom admitted, motivator); It Jus' Ain't At All Timid (A blown and hammered Pro-Street Chevy Sedan) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; '50s Flashback; Wire Works; NSRA News; Loading Zone
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March
1993
Of Rodding Interest - Boneyard Engines (Checkin' out these junkyard gems); Cruisin' By The Lake (The 12th Annual KKOA Street Kustom Spectacular); How To Build A Relly Righteous MoPar - Part 1 (We've learned a lot during the last five years); Fatman Fabrications' Mopar Rack & Pinion (It's low-buck and easy to install); Oldies But Goodies Drags (It's a run-whatcha-brung affair); The Mountain High Kustom Nationals (KKOA's Northwest Nationals) Rodder's Rods - Ratster (...the Jeep from Hell); Stewed (A modern Street Rod Studebaker); Seafoam Sweetheart (A lifelong dream come true); Third Time's A Charm (The Belcher Boys are back); The "Fun Factor" T (A Roadster from the Past) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; '50s Flashback; Wire Works; NSRA News; Henry Gregor Felsen; Goodguys Goodwords; Loading Zone
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April
1993
Of Rodding Interest - Fall Mountain Run (A just plain Fall Foliage Run); How Many Cars? (A Southern California landmark); Street Rod Action 1993 Spring Parts Buyer's Guide (The hottest and best stuff for the New Year); Sandblasting Car Frames (The first step to a durable paint job); Build A Really Righteous MoPar - Part II (Front suspension: out with the old, in with a II) Rodder's Rods - Knight Rider (A timeless T Sedan); Saved From The Clutches Of Despair (Crazy Bob's latest ride); Like Father, Like Son (These cars could be twins...almost); Chi-Town Rustler (Cruising the Windy City); "This One Stays Here" (A Coupe for Pat); Unforgettable (A shape you'll always remember); It's A Dodge (An early East Era Open Cruiser) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; '50s Flashback; Wire Works; Henry Gregor Felsen; NSRA News; Goodguys Goodwords; Advertiser Index
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May
1993
Of Rodding Interest - Deuce Re-Do For The '90s (An old Coupe gets a new lease on life); The Hero (A short story by Chuck Klein); Build A Righteous MoPar - Part III (A lowdown leaf spring suspension); Oakland XXXXIV (The Granddaddy of 'em all) Rodder's Rods - Desert Rose (This flower blooms all year long); Pro-Pink Packard Panel (Al Levey's Phantom Delivery is different, for sure); Birth Of An Outlaw (An All-Repro owner built Sedan); Pro-Duck (It's not just another '34); Tudor Smoothie (Yet another fine ride from an old friend); Sporty, Eh? (A super rare A Sport Coupe); Smuthee! (The one that almost got away) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; Sidelines: Bill Lutz; '50s Flashback; Wire Works; Henry Gregor Felsen; NSRA News; Goodguys Goodwords; Loading Zone
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June
1993
Of Rodding Interest - Wake Up Little Suzie! (Artwork by Bill Lutz); How To Build Your Own Exhaust System (It's not as difficult as it looks); "The 'Vette" (Fiction by Chuck Klein); A Fatty With 4-Wheel Torsion Bars (Sisty Ugler, built for comfort AND speed); How To: Trouble-Free TPI (It's time for a change to modern fuel management); SRA Fast Facts Fax Survey (So, whadja think about this...) Reader's Rods - The Studebaker From...Heck (Just like his first car...sorta); L.A. Highboy (Tom Otis' Oakland smash hit); Hart's Throb (THIS is a Hot Rod); Born At Home (...back to the '70s); A Merc In The Barris Tradition (But owner-built, chop-job and all); Phantom Fever (Five years and 4500 hours later); Powerhouse (An Anglia with a punch) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; '50s Flashback; Wire Works; Henry Gregor Felsen; NSRA News; Goodguys Goodworks; Loading Zone
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July
1993
Of Rodding Interest - "Surf's Up" (Artwork by Bill Lutz); "The Announcer" (Fiction by Bill Klein); Goodguys' Pomona Boogie '93 (The best that SoCal has to offer); More Neat Stuff From Rafferty's (A new pair of custom front crossmembers); A Mustang II For Fat Chevys (This neat upgrade is a natural) Rodder's Rods - A Case Of The Willys (Jack Willison's Super-Comp-Style '40 Coupe); Pro-Olds (Just like the one Terry Henry had in high school); Definitely Not Fords (...but Jim Moore's '40 Merc Duet is certainly close); Dave's Delight (An unusual rod with an unusual history); Smooth, Quick And Easy On The Eyes (Dick Rennick's '46 Ford Ragtop is a looker); Blown Two Times (Double your pleasure, double your fun); Sled-Illac (A modern luxury Cruiser) Street Rod Action Invoice - Just Cruisin'; Two Way; '50s Flashback; Wire Works; Henry Gregor Felsen; NSRA News; Goodguys Goodwords; Loading Zone
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September
1993
Of Rodding Interest - How To: Build A $100 Hot Rod (Steve Williams built a down and not-so-dirty hot rod at home); Train Run (Fiction by Chuck Klein); How To: Modern Latches And Rolled Pan For '33-'34 Fords (They are both easy when you know how); Blackie Gejeian's Show (The 36th Annual Fresno Autorama) Rodders' Rods - Hot Rod Lincoln (From the guy who wrote and sang that same old song); Ryan's Express (One slick '34 Chevy Coupe); Narod's (One slick '32 deuce sedan); Angie's '46 (They don't get much better than his 71st rod); Bad Boyz (A little something in refrigerator white); Wooden It Be Nice (A little something in basic wood) Street Rod Action Invoice - Totally New Products; Just Cruisin'; Two Way; '50s Flashback; Wire Works; NSRA; Loading Zone; Goodguys Goodwords; SRA Fast Fax Survey
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October
1993
Cars - Old World Craftsmanship Returns (An essay on one hot rod's seven decade journey); Black Is Beautiful (This '32 Highboy is tradition); Upholsterer's Showcase (It's not exactly low profile); Less Is More (It's true in the case of Richard Stone's '29 Roadster); Something A Little Different (For the man who likes 'em just a little longer); Desert Duo (A selection of two cars from Doug Hall's collection) Features - The Man Who Loves Smith Miller Toys (Roger Steiner's Restored Collection); Portland Roadster Show (When you get a good thing, it's hard to make it better); Girls Just Wanna Have Fun (Women in rodding); The Art Of Kaiser (One man's passion for painting) Tech Articles - Keep It Cool, Fool (Three easy steps to help your hot rod run cool) Departments - Torally New Products; NSRA News; Loading Zone; Good Guys Goodworks; Two Way; SRA Fast Fax Maxi Survey; Events & Cruise Nights; Classifieds Columns - Editorial; Just Cruisin'; '50s Flashback; Idle Chatter
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November
1993
Features - The '93 Nats (This year was like all the rest, lots of new cars and great fun for all); Magoo's Street Rod Shop Tour (They're still around and doing better than ever); Special Catalog Section (One stop shoppers guide to manufacturers) Tech - Air-Tique And The R134A Controversy (Which refrigerant should you install in your rod's AC?) Feature Rods - A Little Red Super Modified; I Wanted A Dodge In My Garage; '37 Plymouth; Mr. Goodwrench's '32 Chevy Vicky; Just Your Plain Old '47 Convertible; One That Didn't Get Away; The Kansas Kid; Recycled Departments - Totally New Products; Editorial; '50s Flashback; Two Way; Idle Chatter; Loading Zone; NSRA News; Goodguys Goodwords; Events & Cruise Nights; Classifieds; Fast Fax Maxi Survey (The best and worst products of 1993)
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December
1993
Cars - Sneak Preview (A quick look at Norm Grabowski's Kookie II); Santa's T (A very special story about Santa, a car and some needy kids); Ice Screamer (Rob Ida's popsicle on wheels); Sensually Sectioned Delivery (...a sensational '40); Designer's Delivery (When motorcycles just aren't enough); Wartime Custom Remembered (One man's essay on an old custom); Friends Don't Let Friends Drive Stock Cars (Three rods built on the buddy system); The Pastel Brothers (Four rodders from Maryland show what can be done with a little help from friends); The Other Pastel Brother (The odd-man out) Features - The Great Refrigerant Controversy Part II (Air Tique's test coupe rates the performance of two top refrigerants); The L.A. Roadster Show (Sherm Porter's report on a Southern California tradition); Lights! Camera! Action! (Hot rods and movie posters) Tech Article - How To Build Your Body (A primer at what it takes to build a fiberglass body) Departments - Totally New Products; Two Way; NSRA News; Loading Zone; Goodguys Goodwords; Rod Routes: Events And Cruise Nights; Car Classifieds; SRA Fast Fax Columns - Editorial; '50s Flashback; Idle Chatter; Tech Talk
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January
1996
Events - Charity Begins At Home (At the Road King's 1995 Charity Car Show in the city of Burbank); The Keepers (Texomaland has the best little car unorganization anywhere); The Unfinished Nats (The best car for the most part are those that are most unfinished) Features - The History Of The 1936 Ford Hot Rod Features - Goodguys' Street Rod Of The Year (Pete Bedrosian's outasight '36 Roadster); Subtle Sweetheart (Gene Woodward's '36 Ford Coupe cum convertible); A '36 Highboy (Gary Hull shows us how to build a '36 Highboy on a budget); Driving A Piece Of History (The resurrection of Bob Pierson's '36 Ford Coupe and dry lakes racer) Hot Rod Pickup Features - Yellow Fever (Sid Tul's idea for a commercial version of the venerable '36 Ford); Moonshine Madness (Richard Smart's recipe for a potently brewed Smokey Mountain Willys pickup); The Car Lifestyle Of Dooley & Sons (A story about a '56 Mercury Pickup and then some) Shop Tour - Street Rod Action Visits Ida Automotive Departments - Totally New Products; Industry & Rodding News Columns - Editorials; Two Way; '50s Flashback; Idle Chatter; Loading Zone; On The Positive Side; Rod Classifieds
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February
1996
Gold Coast Roadsters (Host the annual 200 Mile Per Hour Banquet); Blast From The Past (Laidback and low-key in Texas); Carlisle All-Truck Nationals (If you like your rod action with trucks, this is the place) Hot Rod Features - Foose's Ford (A radical '47 ragtop); Ray's Restoration (Ray and Patty Prey restored this neat "T" Bucket into a righteous ride); Lost In The '50s (Jerry and Lynda Spicer...a couple in love...with the '50s) Hot Rod Pickup Features - Rick's Red Rod (Rick Dent wraps it all up in red with his '36 Chevy Pickup); The Turbo EFI '53 Chevy (Experencing a fate worse than death, this rod was resurrected from a river in New Mexico); Tow And Show (Once a tow car, now a show car) Tech - Dual Windshield Wipers For A Model A (A Ford Courier gives up its wipers) Departments - Totally New Products Columns - Editorial; '50s Flashback; Idle Chatter; On The Positive Side; Rod Classifieds
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March
1996
Hot Rod Features - A NASCAR '34 (Built in the style of the early modifides); Labor Of Love (Ray Perkins: a man who loves hot rods, especially '36 Fords); Rossi's Roadster (A hot rod for 49 years) Features - El Monte (Monte Osborne builds a '40 Ford Phantom Phaeton); The Good, The Bad, The Fast (Al Drake takes us to the drags) Technical - Friction Shocks (How to stop the hop); If The Bed Squeals, Replace It (Forget the maid, make your own bed...a pickup bed, that is) Hot Rod Pickup Features - Lyle's Lot (Annex show car returns to the street); His, Hers, H'Ours (Richard and Constance Mucham, their '54 Pickup, and their lifelong passion with hot rodding); Cuttin' The Cheese...(With a '59 Chevy Sedan Delivery) Departments - Totally New Products; Industry & Rodding News; Loading Zone Columns - One Way; '50s Flashback; Idle Chatter; Two Way; Goodguys Goodwords; On The Positive Side; Tech Tips; Rod Classifieds
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April
1996
Hot Rod Features - Florida Flash (Kenny Ferguson's Atlanta Blue '33 3-window); Calendar Car (This '36 Chevrolet Sedan is a DuPont "Top Gun" award-winning '96 calendar car); One Roadster, Three Owners...(and a hot rod for over fifty years); One Rad Red Coupe (Ron Tegland built this '48 Ford Coupe for one purpose - racing) Features - USA-1 Rods (Nifty Stovebolts from the land of the Bowtie); SEMA '95 (and the gangs' all here); Fat Fendered Restyling Tips (Just in case you have some time on your hands this winter) Events - Charlotte Super Show (The Goodguys' 2nd Annual Vintage Tin-Shindig); The Dallas Autorama (Still a thrill thirty years later) Technical - Friction Shocks (How to stop the hop); Project '41 (The ragtop saga continues) Hot Rod Pickup Features - South Carolina Sensation (Buck Sanders' Outrageous '55 SOHC 427 F-100) Departments - Life In The Fast Lane; '50s Flashback; Goodguys Goodworks; Two Way; Industry & Rodding News; Rod Classifieds
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July
1996
Events And Specials - Goodguys Giddyup (The Rides of March come to Pleasanton); 37th March Meet (The Goodguys way); Pan Draggers Reunion (Michganers regroup after 40 years) Real Tech - Flowkooler Water Pumps (Fighting low RPM overheating); Newstalgia At Magoo's (Their '30 frame & chassis sizzle with affordability); Ladder Up, Part Two (Chassisworks ladder bars - installed); Budget Street 404 HP 350 Buildup, Part One (Breathtaking performance with years of enjoyment); All American 283, Part One (Our '66 gets efficient, thanks to Holley, Jacobs and Weiand); Revival: '67 RS/SS Camaro (From Fugly to Funtastic in only 10 years); Super Tech - Shop Class With Bill (Late model computer engine tuning and tips); Chassis & Suspension Technology, Part Three (Suspension overview with Art Morrison); Brassworks Custom-Built Radiators (Handcrafted beauties for any application); Pipe Dreams (Earl's Supply to the rescue); Engine Detailing Tips, Part Two (Last month, we gave you 25. Here are 10 more) American Machines - Groovy Gift (Happy Birthday, Honey); The Cruisin' Coke Machine (Denis Hahn's very driven '32 Victoria); A Driver's Driver (Jim Jensen's '39 Chevrolet Business Coupe); Flamethrower (Greg & Kristi Coil's blown '72 Chevelle SS); Doctor's Coupe (A Fat Fendered Flyer from the California Coast); Mighty Max (So, what does a MoPar dealership owner do for fun?) Departments - Life In The Fast Lane; Bench Marques; Trick Stuff; On The Positive Side; Fifties Flashback; Rod Routes
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August
1996
Events And Specials - Goodguys - Pomona (Southern California's First of the Year Early Iron Cruise-In); Special Report: Street Terror (Maxwell & Marian test a '96 WS6, 305 hp, six-xpeed Trans-Am); Blast From The Past (Ol' Calvin Mauldin invades the Oklahoma Territory - with camera); 10th Annual Temecula Rod Run '96 (A super cool California Automotive get down) Real Tech - Budget Street 404 HP 350 Buildup, Part Two (Induction, exhaust, tuning and testing); U.S. Air Force (K&Ns Air Filter secrets revealed); Super-Tuning Holley Carbs At Home (If we can do it, you can do it); Cruisin' USA (Mixin' new with nostalgia); Revival: '67 RS/SS 4-Speed, 12-Bolt Camaro (The sanding is done - here comes the fun); Wired For Sound (Pro tips on building fat spark plug wires) American Machines - Keel's Koupe (George & Linda Keel's Virginia-based, show-winning driver); Dynamic Duo (A legendary father & son build a beauty in the Buckeye State); Cruisin' Coupe (Dennis White's 410-inch '40 Coupe from the Golden State); Beauty And The Beast (Tom VanDerGeld's 800 hp Canadian '34 Ford); Mellow Yellow (What retiree Marv Nicols drives for fun - for now); Wicked Wedge (It's Jack Harrington's stingin' Yellow 452-inch '65 Dodge); Hooked At Two (Mike & Mary Beth Rinaldi's Illinois-based '35 Hot Wheels); Henry's Hauler (Turbo Technology's legal 10-second '88 Mustang LX) Departments - Life In The Fast Lane; Bench Marques; Fifties Flashback; Trick Stuff; On The Positive Side
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May
1997
Events And Specials - The Show Must Go On (Nothing could stop this year's Oakland Roadster Show); The Hottest Wheel Around (Talking with Rodder and Hot Wheels chief designer Larry Wood); Blast Off! (Firing up the 37th Annual NHRA Winternationals); Rat Fink Reunion (Celebrating the style of Ed "Big Daddy" Roth) Real Tech - Project '41 - Part 4 (Making it ready to roll); The Braking Point (Switching from Drum Brakes to Disc - in a day) American Machines - The Wife's Ride (A marriage made in Street Rod Heaven); Flamed Glory (Capturing a traditional-style 5-window beauty); One Thing Leads To Another (This '34 Tudor was supposed to be kinda cheap, but...); True & Blue (A '40 Ford is a rolling example of its owner's handiwork) Departments - Four On The Floor; Trick Stuff; Rodding News; Fifties Flashback; Bench Marques; Model Citizen; Speed Reading; On The Positive Side
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July
1997
Events And Specials - 1997 Portland Roadster Show (A "Custom Affair" for all); Special Section: Tool & Equipment Buyer's Guide (Everything you need to know to do it yourself); The Good, The Bad, The Fast (Hanging out at the Oldies But Goodies Nostalgia Drags); Made In The Shade (Partying hearty in the Hills of Tennessee) Real Tech - Ten-Five, Good Buddy (Ten easy hop-ups for your Ford 5.0); Moroso, From Race Car To Street Rod (Details make the difference under the hood) American Machines - Eddie & Moo's Sweet Ride (A '37 Ford Sedan that looks good, drives fine); By The Numbers (Everyting matches on this rare '69 Yenko Camaro); Forget Fiberglass (For this '30 Ford, only metal works) Departments - Four On The Floor; Model Citizen; Bench Marques; Fifties Flashback; Rodding News; On The Positive Side; Trick Stuff
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August
1997
Events And Specials - 1997 NSRA Nationals Preview ("Welcome back my friends" to Oklahoma City); Special Section: NSRA Giveaway Guide (NSRA gives away the store); Goodguys Pleasanton And Pomona Events (Double the fun on the West Coast); 22nd Annual Frog Follies (Hopping Hoosiers are at it again) Real Tech - Performance Powder Coating (Cover your rig in long-lasting powder coat); Installing An NOS Plate (It's a gas, gas, gas) American Machines - No Pipe Dreams (Tony Butt's '41 Chevy Pro Pickup); Extracurricular Activity (Randy Baker's '61 Corvette); Timing Is Everything (Marty Schulman's '34 Ford Cabriolet); From The "Ex" Files (Classic Industries '69 Yenko "Giveaway" Camaro) Departments - Four On The Floor; Trick Stuff; Rodding News; 'Fifties Flashback; Bench Marques; Model Citizen; On The Positive Side
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October
1997
Events And Specials - Rodders Do Kalamazoo (More noise than Snap, Crackle, Pop); Goodgolly Goodguys (Three fun days in Indy); Now This Is Really Cool (Mattel's early Christmas for street rodders); Everything Zen (Rods return to the Los Vegas Hard Rock Cafe); It's Only Love (The 33rd Annual L.A. Roadsters Father's Day show) Real Tech - A Deuce Of A Damper (No more bum steer. thanks to the Deuce Factory); Binders For Fifties Fords (A cool conversion when drum brakes won't do); Project '41 - Part 5 (The Mod Squad smoothes edges and rounds corners) American Machines - You Can Buy A Thrill (Jim Brown's Turnkey '32); Doin' The Texas Two-Step (When talkin' Chevys, don't mess with Jim Douglas); Rat Infested (This '41 Chev has some bite under the hood) Departments - Four On The Floor; Trick Stuff; Rodding News; 'Fifties Flashback; Bench Marques; Speed Reading; Model Citizen; On The Positive Side
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November
1997
Events And Specials - Feeling Minnesota (What happens when you invite all the MoPars in town?); Rocky Mountain Rendezvous (Street rodding in beautiful Jackson Hole) Features - GTO: The First Musclecar (Pontiac's fire-breather, and the man responsible for it) Real Tech - Pavement Pounder In A Box (With a Chassis Engineering kit - Camaro not included); Packaged Power: Beck Racing Engines (Frank Beck has an engine package that's right for you); Cutting A Shoe (When one change begets another) American Machines - Now And Then (One blue Deuce that ain't singing the blues); Object Of Desire: Bob Ida's '33 Willys Coupe (It's more than you can possibly hope for); People Mover: Scott Gilman's '64 Chevelle Wagon (This is one wagon that's definitely not draggin'); Red-Hot Resto Rod (A '37 Ford Cabrio, done '60s style) Departments - Four On The Floor; Trick Stuff; Ask Tex; 'Fifties Flashback; Bench Marques; Rodding News; On The Positive Side; Model Citizen; Speed Reading
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January
1998
Events And Specials - Truckin' Mania! (Vintage pickups get uncorked in Southern California); Mother Road Reunion (Back in Bendoo to celebrate Route 66) Features - Rides From The NSRA Nats (Cars we saw at Oklahoma City) Real Tech - High Energy Ignition (Getting more from your system from Jennings Dyno); Keep 'Em Tight (Using Stage 8 fasteners to put your engine under lock and key); Ignition Systems Explained (What do you really know about making sparks?); Breathe In, Breathe Out (How Edelbrock rethinks intake manifold design) American Machines - The Real Deal (Don Wilson's '34 Ford Cabria is all steel and definitely real); Still No Substitute For Cubic Inches (A "Bubble Top" '62 Chevy with something extra); UAW (Unknown Auto Worker) (Dan Burkitt's Pro-Street '55 Chevy) Departments - Four On The Floor; Bench Marques; Trick Stuff; Speed Reading; On The Positive Side; Rodding News; Fifties Flashback; Model Citizen; Fast Fax Reader Service; Bet You Didn't Know
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February
1998
Features - Wagons Ho! (This may be the latest trend in street rods); Oldsmobile Performance (What a century of good, clean living can do for you) Real Tech - Project '40 - Part Six (Getting the body ready before applying the paint); Vintage Tin Lives! (Material for your next project may be as close as a vacant field); Building The Racerster (A project that puts the hot back into hot rod) American Machines - He'll Always Remember His First (A '32 Cabrio nobody can forget); The Mystery Merc (Somebody built this '40 cruiser, do you know who?); Restoring One Of The Original Techno-Rods (Ben Diener's creation has been rescued to roam the streets again); It's Already Chopped (This Plymouth looked really good to begin with, so); Subtly Supreme '40 (You want hot? This award-winning Ford is hot!); Appearances Are Everything (Especially if you drive a '32 coupe that looks like this) Departments - Four On The Floor; Bench Marques; Trick Stuff; Speed Reading; Ask Tex; Rodding News; Fifties Flashback; On The Positive Side; Tube Time; Model Citizen
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March
1998
Features - Cluture Club (Movin' and shakin' at the '97 SEMA show) Events - Keep On Rockin'! (Star for a day at the Hard Rock Hotel Rod Show); Making A Statement...(Street rodders show in force where the musclecars roam) Real Tech - Jacobs Ultra Team (Hot spark for maximum performance); 25th Anniversary Thumper (Atias brings back it's potent Hemi/Chevy); The Hole Truth (Picking the correct size carburetor is a matter of logic); The Negative Positive (Powertone says their mufflers suck) American Machines - A Pleasant Shade Of Gray (Robert Wright's '37 Ford Coupe, pleasantly done); Red Hot & Rodded (John Occhiuto's '34 Ford is a monument to patience); Red Six Deuce (This Chevy is ready to rumble); Black Cherry (George Sayeg's '37 is dark, sweet and juicy to drive); Peaked Interest (A '41 Ford Pickup with built-in theft protection) Departments - Four On The Floor; Fifties Flashback; On The Positive Side; Model Citizen; Bench Marques; Trick Stuff; Rodding News; Speed Reading; Tube Time
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April
1998
Events And Specials - Shake 'N' Bake (Taking it easy at the NHRA California Hot Rod Reunion); The Darryl Starbird Story (Kustoms, from a Midwest point of view); Car Care Buyer's Guide: Smooth Running (Stuff you need to keep your ride looking it's best) Real Tech - Paint 101 (Everything you need to know about paint); Paint 101-A (Applying your knowledge in the spray booth) American Machines - Orange Plush (This '37 Chev is big, bad and orange); Cool '37 Ford Phaeton (Jerry Henry always wanted a cool cruise); Joel's Fine '40 Ford (Now this is dedication); One Fine Shop Truck (A '56 Chevy Sedan Delivery, done just right) Departments - Four On The Floor; Fifties Flashback; On The Positive Side; Model Citizen; Bench Marques; Rodding News; Speed Reading; Tube Time
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October / November
1998
Events And Specials - Halibrand Open House (New HQ and a cool car show too); B-Field Blast (22nd Anual NSRA Western Nationals) Rod Action Tech - Huff 'N Puff Stuff (What you REALLY need to know before bolting on a blower); Protecting Your Investment (Taking car of the last details of summer); Replicant! (Amazing Platex repairs almost anything on your rod) Real Rods - Jack & Jane's Gem (An ultra-rare '38 Ford Club Coupe); 32-Valve '32 (Modern power for a classic roadster); Blown Away (Dan Tanner's Donovan-powered hiboy); Steinie Built (Blown 428 T-Bucket with a personal touch); Blast From The Past ('23 track T with a nostalgic flare) Departments - Four On The Floor; Trick Stuff; Bench Marques; Rodding News; Fast Fax Reader Survey; Fifties Flashback; Speed Reading; Tube Time; Model Citizen; On The Positive Side
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