Street Rodder - 1990

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January
Features - Showcase (Steve Stanford and Larry Watson take us back to '57), How To (Organize a cruise), Shop Tour (Boje computerizes stitching), Car Club Registry (Who's gathering in your area), Reader's Art (Bud Lilledahl inks the unusual), Evolution Of The "T" (Takin' it to the limit), 1989 Index (An outline of last year's editorial contributions), Interview (Rappin' with Kenny Youngblood) Tech - Modifying Spindles (Getting ready for bolt-on steering arms), Giveaway Update (Project car used for prototyping) Events - 6-Pack Of Events (Rod running in '89), OCCA (Seventh Annual Labor Day Cruise), Pleasanton (Goodguys West Coast Nationals), Bakersfield (NSRA Western Nats) Rods & Customs - Crown Achievement (One subtle Victoria), Blacksmith's Ride (Teddy's '48 Studevader), High Impackard (Envious green pro-street), Tasmanian Devil (A baroque-style custom), Gad It's Rad (NSRA rep owns a pink '55 sedan delivery), Build A Garage First (Before starting a project rod), Rod Or Custom (This '40 coupe combines the best of both worlds), Awesum (And then $ome) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, The Street Corner, Rodder Mail, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Cop Shop, SREA Update, Modeler's Corner, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Audio Talk, Window Shopper, Happenings, Henry HiRise
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February
Features - Showcase (Clair Fried-Grove and Tim Laventry exhibit artwork's diversity), Toys For Boys (Hopkins Antiques Auto Races), Inside The NDRA (SRM talks to the Nostalgia Drag Racing Association), Shop Tour (Street and Performance), Project 40 (Past project rod spawns a clone), Reader's Art (Radical is the name of the game!), Interview ("Bid Daddy" Don Garlits), Setting Up A Cruise Night (Part II) Tech - Giveaway Update (Installing a Bitchin firewall and floor), Helical-Cut Spin Gears (Taming the quick-change), Split Bones (Buggy spring suspension mode) Events - Tampa (NSRA Southeast Nats), Frog Follies ("Croak 'em if you got 'em"), Sun, Sin and Tin (Annual Las Vegas gamble) Rods & Custom - Eastern Style (A pair of lowdown American classics), Phantom Phaeton (Skip Faber's soft-top delivery), Vanishing Americana (Chopped Mercs, drive-in movies and your best girl), Colorado Coolvertible (A cooler ride is hard to find), Farmer's Daughter (This roadster is no city slicker), 1990 Plymvette (Don't judge a rod by the color), Pit Bull (One vicious four-door), Subcontracted Sedan (No committee-designed rod) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, The Street Corner, Rodder Mail, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Leadlines, SREA Update, Modeler's Corner, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Audio Talk, Window Shopper, Happenings, Henry HiRise
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March
Features - Showcase (Kent Bash skillfully depicts a midnight impression), Shop Tour (SuperTrapp performance exhaust), Comments (Featuring ladies in street rodding), Nifty Fifties (The club's distaff side), Reader's Art (Looper and Biommaert illustrate several classics), Hawaii Rental Rods (Just the ticket for your next trip to the islands), Interview (Mendy Fry), Setting Up A Cruise Night (Part III) Tech - Classical Column (Billet and leather and everything else), Giveaway Update (Ford authorized emgines...another better idea) Events - Run To The Sun (Hot pink arm bands identify rodders at Lake Havasu), Fall Mountain Run (Over hill and over dale), Auburn Cruise (The candy cruise-in) Rods & Customs - Jan's 4T (B&M Automotive's street rod ambassador), Ride Sally Ride (All you want to do is ride around Sally), Graffiti Style (Pro-streetin' into the Nineties), Sugar & Spice (That's what little girls are made of), Encore (By a two-time Oakland winner), Dodge Pro-Teen (Rod is three times its owners age), Li'l Stude Coupe *This '32 'baker keeps coming back(, Carolina Stockers (Female rod builder gets new shop), Second-Chance Deuce (A tribute to its owner), Woman's Touch (This is NOT my husband's car), The Outlaw And The Lady (Can a princess find happiness with a roughneck) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, The Street Corner, Rodder Mail, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Cop Shop, SREA Update, Modeler's Corner, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Audio Talk, Window Shopper, Happenings, Henry HiRise
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April
Features - Showcase (Larry Wood paints a new Hot Wheels), Frames... (For special applications), Six-Pack (Conveniently packaged tech), Interview (Herb Martinez between the lines), Reader's Art (Timothy Frederick rightfully takes the whole page), Technical Index (Over 1000 tech stories listed) Tech - Hi-Tech (Why frame jigs?), Lo-Tech (Doing it on the floor), No-Tech (Junkyard seat modyifing), Shiftless (Clutch and shifter linkage tips), Giveaway Update (Hot off the press, engine compartment sheet metal), Cuttin' Corners (Mounting a GM stering box in your fat Ford) Events - Maybe Baby (Customs tour Tennessee) Rods & Customs - Ordering (One classic '37 T combo to go.), WMBR 1990 (Passion is the cutting edge), Ford Versus Chevy (The classic match-up), Chevy Versus Ford (The fat fendered match-up), You Gotta Believe ("34 Chevy moves from the back burner), Slot Car (Tool and Die maker gets carried away), Stitcher's '34 (Pro-street meat under glass) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, The Street Corner, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Leadlines, SREA Update, Modeler's Corner, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Audio Talk, Window Shopper, Happenings, Henry HiRise
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May
Features - Showcase (Dave Marek..."futurods" and graphics), Interview (Budd Anderson), Modeling in 1990 (Where we are & how we got here), Reader's Art (A Blazer & Bronco by Greg McLaughlin), Buyer's Guide (For the model car hobbist), Modern Minatures (Collage of accomplished builders) Tech - Adjustable Connectors (Why didn't I think of that), Giveaway Update (Upgrading the Mustang front end), Top Chop (Hollywood style) Events - Tacoma Dome (Pure street rods & customs), Oakland (The roadster show continues to set the pace), NNL #10 (Nameless National Luminaries) Rods & Customs - Like Father Like Son (New/old blood comes to roddin'), Looney Tooney (Glenn knows what's up, doc), Kollapsible Kemp (Chopped with unlimited headroom), First Love (A boy and his car), Dental Deuce (Makes the doctor say "AH") Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, The Street Corner, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Cop Shop, SREA Update, Modeler's Corner, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Audio Talk, Window Shopper, Happenings, Henry HiRise
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June
Features - Showcase (Guy Shively and legs), Pattern Page (Build a billet ignition coil mount), Project Reviews (Stay tuned for further coverage of these 10 garage rods), Shop Tour (The Halibrand name carries on), Interview (Mr. Allison, Im Lytle), Reader's Art (Jeff Nicklaus gets down and dirty) Tech - TPI Basics (Understanding tuned Port Ignition), Raised Is Lowered (Gettin' the '46 to ground zero), TPI Installation (Putting your understanding to use), Giveaway Update (Completing the brake system) Events - Temecula (SoCal's first rod dun of the season), Autorama (The Ridler award attracts the ultimate competition) Rods & Customs - Lincoln Zephyr (The sorcerer's apprentice), Blood Brothers (Twin Fords went to different schools together), Trash To Treasure (Chevy convertible is exceptional), Father & Son Project (Beats cleaning out the attic), 1933 Wood (The "Oney" woodie in town), Street Rodders Anonymous (A victim of cruising), 1990 Ridler Winner (Plenty of homework paid off), Screaming Eagle (Dedicated to the 101st Airborne) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, The Street Corner, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Leadlines, SREA Update, Modeler's Corner, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Audio Talk, Window Shopper, Happenings, Henry HiRise
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July
Features - Showcase (Bruce Kaiser, a lonely desert highway, and two rods combine for another winner), Pattern Page (Simple steering column drop), Kookie Kar II (The odyssey continues), Shop Tour (Edelbrock...home of the "street rocker" manifold), Interview (The art of Art Himsi), Reader's Art (Holy race rods, Batman!) Tech - Custom Street Rod Seats (Shipped to your door), '34... or... '33 Ford Or Bust (Assembling body parts), "Glass Top Tricks (Glazin' and latchin' fiberglass tops), Giveaway Update (Measuring up for billet wheels) Events - Dirt Rods And Drag Racers (Cruisin' on the wild side!), Hoe-Down In Fairgrounds (Goodguys' 1st SoCal Spring R&C Nationals successful), Tom's Fun Run (The BIG 13) Rods & Customs - Subtle A's (You can't mistake this pair's identity), Dear Dad...Thanks! (Sometimes we forget to say it), Forward To The Past (How does a street rod measure up to the nineties?), Wooden Indian (Squeaks and creaks in the woodway), Once A Coupe (Always a cabriolet), Sliced Delivery (Just right for short hauls) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, The Street Corner, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Cop Shop, SREA Update, Modeler's Corner, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Audio Talk, Window Shopper, Happenings, Henry HiRise
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August
Features - Showcase (Alberto Hernandez and T.C.I. Engineering provides this month's "inside" look), Shop Tour (Speciality Equipment Market Association), Wee Willys (Tabletop burnouts), Interview ("TV" Tommy Ivo), Classical Gassers (From a photographer who was there), Pattern Page (Makes a simple bracket pretty, at home), Car Club Spotlight (Street Rods Unlimited), Buyer's Guide (The aftermarket's latest offerings), Reader's Art (Willys coupes from find to finish) Tech - Injector Scoop Cover-Up (Don Garlits installs the Street Catcher SC500 on a "Carried Away" '33 Willys), Junkyard Parts (Factory-Engineered power brakes for cheap), Keeping Your Cool (And your ca$h too) Events - South Fork (Goodguys' Lone Star Nationals at Dallas), By Invitation Only (Blackie Gejelan's 33rd Fresno Autorama) Rods & Customs - A/GS Shootout (K.S. Pitman vs. Stone, Woods & Cook), Nature Boy (Low-down Willys loves the open spaces), Fat Gas (Kelvinator White '41 cools the competition), New Yorker (Flamed '40 burns the competition), Family Ties ('33 Ford pickup with a generation swap), Anglia Or Pop (Three deluxe Anglias & a standard Pop), Charisma (This pair of woodies just seems to have it) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, The Street Corner, Window Shopper, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Leadlines, SREA Update, Modeler's Corner, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Audio Talk, Happenings, Henry HiRise
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September
Features - Showcase (Dave Wagner-brushed graphics for Forty Fords), Ford Motor Company 1940 (Henry and Edsel Ford's best cars), Once And Future Forty (Fat fenders for the 21st Century), Pattern Page (Making your own wheel bolt-pattern gauge), More Kookie II (The madness continues), Car Club Spotlight (Forties Limited of Orange County), Extra...Extra (First all-fiberglass Merc), Reader's Art (Larry "J" Davis concepts) Tech - Cooling The Forty (And other "fatties"), Frame Swappin' Ford on Ford), '33 Ford Or Bust (Hooking up the steering), Soldering And Alumibraze (Tips for easy repairs), Nice And Tidy (Steel accessory brackets) Events - Goodguys Merced (California rod and custom classic), Paso Robles '90 (Custom preview for the decade), One Lap Of America (Big Dawg comes through again) Rods & Customs - The Forty Is Fifty (Best wishes and a special cake kick off our celebration), Li'L Axle (After 30 years the Dago axle rolls again), Still Stupid (After 30 years of rod buildin'), Beau Brummel (Cleaniliness is next to rodliness), Four Forty Coupes (Nine pages for comparison) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, The Street Corner, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Window Shopper, Cop Shop, SREA Update, Modeler's Corner, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Audio Talk, Happenings, Henry HiRise
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October
Features - Showcase (Art Rasmussen mixes nostalgia with a low-down pickup truck), Giveaway Update (Shell blasting), Ivo Update (One done...and one to go), Bash Art (Non-Ford '40's), Pattern Page (Billet column drop), Shop Tour (Weld Racing), Felsen (Notes from a pothole on memory lane), Garage Scene (Brent's rad '37s), Reader's Art (Woodies are the topic) Tech - D.F. Metalworks ('32-'34 windshield kit), Rodchef's Delight (Frame rotisserie), B&M Blower Motor (Tom's project '32 under pressure), "33 Ford Or Bust (Make and install a gauge panel), Dash Of Air (Settin' up for air conditioning) Events - Goodguys (Meet y'all in Puyallup), Neither Rain Nor (1990 Mid-American Nats), CA Cruizin (Pismo Beach, The Streak, L.A. Roadster Show, Graffiti Run) Rods & Customs - Stock As A Rock (An IROC that is), Friendly Persuasion ("40 Chevy Ragtop), Grandfather's Pontiac (Family heirloom gets the treatment), Fire Worshippers (Flamed '40 Plymouth), Four-Pack (Non-Ford '40s), Tubbed Tub (Flames 'n' primer), Coupe Le Duc (Pro-street Standard), Roots (Outlaws and bad boys from PA) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, The Street Corner, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Window Shopper, SREA Update, Modeler's Corner, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Audio Talk, Leadlines, Happenings, Henry HiRise
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November
Features - Rock 'N' Roll Plaza (America's past lives in Japan), Showcase (Pat Anderson gives us four views of rodding nostalgia), Reader Survey (So, what have you been up to lately), Giveaway Update (Preppin' for paint 'n' such), Kookie Kar II Update (Still in labor), Pattern Page (Puttin' your rear end in a sling), Shop Tour (Ja, das ist ein German Rod Shop), Reader's Art (Daryle Sorenson gives us the Willys) Tech - New Chassis For Old Fat (SAC-built '35-'40 Fords), Baggin' Your Rod (Long-term plastic storage shelter), Tech Tips (Assorted ideas for the builder) Events - Nationals, U.S.A. (The World's largest), Leadsled Spectacular (10th anniversary coverage), Forty Ford Tour (50th birthday celebration), International Nationals (Canada and Sweden) >b>Rods & Customs - Posies' Latest (How about a '32 five-window hardtop?), Prototype (Gibbon's rumbleseat '37 Ford cabriolet), A Real Cut-Up (The only '42 Ford roadster pickup), International Rods (A look at foreign street rods), Harry Bradley Award Winner (The ultimate '46 Packard) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, The Street Corner, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Window Shopper, SREA Update, Modeler's Corner, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Audio Talk, Cop Shop, Happenings, Henry HiRise
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December
Features - Showcase (Rob McCann is "puttin' on the Ritz" with a Bentley Top Hat Coupe), Interview (SRM "Cruises With Wings"), Pattern Page (Another home shop project to get you through the Winter), Shop Tour (Mesa Auto Specialty Center), Reader's Art (David Croft brings us alternative body styles from the "land down under"), Buyer's Guide (Chassis and bodies for Christmas), Project Car (Theirs) (Widen '39 tub), Project Car (Ours) (Ol' Goat), Project Car (Da Boss') (Tom's '32 roadster) Tech - Vibration Dampers (Eliminating crankshaft vibrations), Trans Modifications (Building a Ford top loader), Convertible Chop (Do it so it still folds) Events - Nostalgia Racing (NDRA does the 1320 in Milan, Michigan), Indy (Goodyear takes over the Brickyard), Six-Pack (Oregon, Florida, Idaho, Missouri, Ohio and California) Rods & Custom - Suntan Sedans (Thom Taylor-inspired phantoms a pair), Cover Car (Cliff Hansen's '33 three-windowed wonder), Rag Top (This smooth '41 convertible will blow your cap off), More Forties (Four more Ford birthday babies) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, The Street Corner, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Window Shopper, SREA Update, Modeler's Corner, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Audio Talk, Leadlines, Happenings, Henry HiRise
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