Street Rodder - 1993

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January
Features - Showcase (Artist David Cross renders three rods to inspire your next project), Rodder's Survey (It's time to speak up and be counted!), Speedwagon Update (The Newstalgia woodie gets a nose job), Retrospect (Van Dutch remembered by his friends), '92 Index (Where to find all those articles from last year), Club Directory (Where to find a group of street-rodders in your community), Reader's Art (Kevin Laseter brings us two traditional rods) Tech - Sheet Metal Techniques (Engine turning made easy), Timeless Tech (Put on the gloves for frame boxing), Upholtstery Techniques II (Bench seat and trunk installation), Home Shop (Three tools no rodder should be without) Events - Orange County (The OCCA;s "Big 10", a decade of SoCal wheels), Pleasanton (The Goodguy's Western Nats) Rods & Customs - Canadian Coupes (Good things come in '34s), H82LUZ (Mel Pruitt's Deuce coupe is a winner), The Two Mikes (A Plymouth and a Ford extend the frontier of zappy graphics), Mighty Oaks (A fiberglass '34 coupe in pearl orange), Commercials (Like father, like daughter - sweet & simple family street rods), Teaser (Steve's '46 was so close, yet so far), 4-Pack (The Model 40 is Sixty), Dive! Dive! (Dick Gilbert's Model A is a landbound submarine) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Window Shopper, SRMA Update, Modeler's Corner, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Audio Talk, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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February
Features - Showcase (Artist Mark Weaver fast-forwards to rodding's future), A Month In A T-Bucket (Canadian Liz Kitzul shares her Nats-trip diary), Interview (SRM talks to Andy Cohen of Beverly Hills Motoring Accessories), Shop Tour (SRM visits Denver Specialities Center), Reader's Art (Bernd Ramirez gives us a Deuce roadster and '40 Merc coupe) Tech - Tough Chop (Jim Moe shows how-to-do-it on a '47 Fleetline), Tech-Tech-Tech (How-to's for winter buildin' and summer cruisin'), Sheet Metal Techniques (Monocoque, multicoque and unit structures), Timeless Tech (Hanging a rear-end) Events - NSRA Mid-American Nats (Street Rod Heaven in Hawkeye Land), Fun Times Two (The Goodguys Catskills Nats and the Roarin' 30's 20th Anniversary), Runnin' In The Sun (A six-pack of California events) Rods & Customs - A Two-Rod Garage (A Deuce Roadster and a '33 three-window from Billet Specialities), Case Closed! (Bill Soukup's '46 Ford is what every lawyer should drive), String Of Pearls (Doug Thompson's latest creation, a '41 Ford custom rod), Heartbeat (Jody Guirino does it again with a '35 Chevy), Slammed! (Garry Ross's '37 Ford ex-coupe sits lower than most), Something Different (Wayne Klein's Merle Berg-built '39 Chevy defies convention), 4-Pack (One each: Chevy, Ford, Willys and Mopar), Brotherly Persuasion (How Leon Rountree's '33 Plymouth came to be) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Window Shopper, SRMA Update, Modeler's Corner, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Audio Talk, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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March
Features - Showcase (Artist Darryl McKenzie brings us two versions of futuristic Fords), "Fill 'Er Up" (An introduction to gas pumps and petroleum-related collectibles), Speedwagon Update (Cutting and hanging wooden outer skin), Cruisin' Houston (Street roddin', Lone Star State style), Shop Tour (SRM visits Maid For You Products), Interview (SRM talks to Master Upholsterer Eddie Martinez), Reader's Art (Jerry Trujillo's multi-imaged cartoon work graces our pages) Tech - Makin' Headers (Getting hot gas out of tight spaces), Home-Made Flame Cutter (Make this versatile shop tool at home and save big bucks), Trim Repair (How rare, irreplaceable components are brought back to life), Sheet Metal Techniques (Monocoque, multicoque and unit bodies - Part II), Timeless Tech (A quick body-finishing tip on rounding corners) Events - Auto Extravaganza (The Texas World of Wheels Show at the Astrodome) Rods & Customs - White Hot (Dave Hawkins' Arizona-based Deuce high-boy cover car), Kugel's Latest (We've seen the future, and it's riding on Deuce rails), A Tough Act To Follow (Teddy Zgrzemski builds a '46 Ford ragtop), Sutter's Mill Discovery (Monte Osborn's '38 Chevy cruises the gold country), A Traditional Statement (Jim Smith speaks his mind with a '29 Model A roadster), 4-Pack (One each: Chevy, Merc, Cad, Hudson for "Fat & Sassy" cruisin'), Hot Rod Heaven (A Model A Tudor from paradise) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Window Shopper, SRMA Update, Modeler's Corner, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Audio Talk, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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April
Features - Showcase (Artist Cliff Iwai creates a cutaway coupe of the future), Shop Tour (SRM visits the Sachase Rod Shop), Interview (SRM talks to Vintique's Harold Looney), Reader's Art (E. Wayne Huffaker brings us a delivery and a roadster) Tech - Winter Project (How to make a lift-off top), Weekend Project Report (How to make armrests at home), Modifying The Mopar (Updating '46 Plymouth suspension without major surgery), Soup Of The Day (Recipe for a Chevy six), One More Latch (Capri door latches for a '32 Ford), Timeless Tech (Convert your kemp from 6 to 12 volts the easy way), Sheet Metal Techniques (How Moon spins those classic wheel discs), New Lube (Techna Lube Engine Fortifier) Events - Street Rodding In The Shires (SRM brings you the Bristol rodding scene), Kalamazoooooooooin (The NSRA Nats North in Kalamazoo for '92), Ty-Rods (Twentieth Annual Old Timers Reunion) Rods & Customs - Total Cost Involved Coupes (The first two Phantom '37 Ford three-window coupes), Workin' On The Railroad (A Union Pacific conductor's '37 Ford Tudor), Deuce With A Difference (Chevy's "Baby Cadillac" of 1932), Life's A Beach (Kay Eberle's '37 Ford pickup), The Killer B (Bill Killion's low-slung Deuce), The Shelton Gang (Stalking a '38 Chevy in the Midwest), Four-Pack (Old, thin, wide and fat two-door sedans), Short Haul (This '40 Chevy pickup is an eclectic mix of components) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Window Shopper, SRMA Update, Modeler's Corner, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Audio Talk, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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May
Features - Showcase (Bruce Kaiser brings us American iron from both sides of 49th street), Buyer's Guide (A look at safety products in the street rod aftermarket), The Unanswerable Question (What will win at Oakland), Interview (SRM talks with Don Tognotti), The Littlest Bus (Tom McMullen's latest project is slightly different!), Speedwagon Update (The D.F. Metalworks - Ford/SVO project nears completion), Safety Inspection (The NSRA team does it all for you), Reader's Art (Brent Gill brings us a commercial alternative to trailers) Tech - Giving Your Rod The Shaft (Care and feeding of your driveshaft), Cruisin' Under Control (Doc Frohmader gives us the lowdown on cruise control), Timeless Tech (Ardun V8-60 heads), Belt-In (Three points for safety), Sheet Metal Techniques (Metalspinning - Part II - how they make Moon tanks) Events - Oakland (The 1993 Grand National Roadster show), Cincinnati (The Cavalcade of Customs and the ISCA Grand Finale) Rods & Customs - Blusteel (The 1993 World's Most Beautiful Roadster winner), "That Red Truck" (Larry Jordan followed his wife's advice and built one), L.A. Hiboy (Tom Otis' traditional Deuce roadster), Plymouth Prowler (Chrysler-corporation's future-rod), Anniversary Steel (A steel rod makes the heart grow fonder, especially a '34 Vicky), Four-Pack (Steppin' across 49th Street with post-48 iron), The Ditomaso "T" (Or could it be a Pantera street rod) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Window Shopper, SRMA Update, Modeler's Corner, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Audio Talk, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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June
Features - Showcase (Automotive artist Tim Frederick brings back the good old days of drag racing), Let's Go To The Drags! (A script for burnin' rubber), The Littlest Bus (Update on Tom McMullen's latest rod project), Interview No. 1 (SRM talks to C.J. Hart and Creighton Hunter), Altered States (Bob McClurg returns us to those thrilling days of nitro fumes and burning rubber), Reader's Art (Tim Frederick again, with a page full of "Big Al"), Interview No. 2 (SRM talks with Roy Sorenson) Tech - Power Windows (Doc Frohmader shows us how to install a luxury option), Timeless Yech (Putting air power to work), Sheet Metal Techniques (How to take a coordinated measurement) Events - Detroit (The 41st edition of the famed Detroit Autorama), Bakersfield (The California Hot Rod reunion),Pomona (The 100th Pomona Swap Meet), Utah (Slick salt and high speeds at Bonneville) Feature Rods - Six Weeks To Snarl (Rob and Bob Ida's '41 Willy's coupe), Roundy-Round (A nostalgic circle tracker shines again), Pierson Bros Coupe (A restored straightaway classic), Deuces Wild! (Twin three-windows powered by Ford and Chevy), Double Trouble (A Merc and a Willys round out one rodders garage), No Four Letter Words (Steve's '33 Plymouth is pure Mopar), Four-Pack (Four Chevrolets to knock your bowtie off), Von Dutched (A nostalgic '36 three-window with the master's touch) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodders Mail, SRMA Update, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Window Shopper, Street Corner, Modelers Update, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Audio Talk, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Yedars Ago, Henry HiRise
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July
Features - Showcase (Automotive artist Guy Shively puts the fat in the fire with two chubby rods), Speedwagon Update (The DF Metalworks/Ford SVO project is prepped and painted), "Tanks For The Memories" (Frank Oddo brings us the history of the belly tank lakester), The Littlest Bus (Crankin', weldin', wrenchin'and paintin'), Shop Tour (Jim Mazzola takes us around the Willy Works), Dwarf Cars (Bob McClurg shows miniaturized dirt-track fun has already begun), Interview (Steve Davis, the sheet metal master), Reader's Art (Artist Todd Jones brings us three rods down-in-the-corn) Tech - Second Sight (Doc Frohmader shows how to install power wipers), Double How-To (GM-to-Mopar late column and vintage steering wheel swap), Rebuild (Wayne Powell shows how to boost alternator performance to match your steel rod) Events - Five-Pack (Tom McCullen goes Colorado rod runnin'), Tom's Fun Run (The rod run that really runs - turns Sweet 16), Coodguy Times Two (Pomona and Pleasanton get the rod runnin' season off to a great start) Feature Rods - Cover Car No. 1 (Tony Cruze was born to cruise in his chopped '47 Chevy coupe), Cover Car No. 2 ("The Ryan and Joe Show", father and son team up to build a '39 Chevy), Lady's Choice (Connie McClintic's phantom '34 Chevy victoria), Small Is Beautiful (A miniature 27 T proves good things come in small packages), Upstaging The Stars (Dick Bauer's '40 woodie takes the spotlight fro the Jags), Double Feature (Two outrageous sedan deliveries: a '34 and '40 Fords), Four-Pack ("Back in Black" shows sable cars are here to stay), Frisco Red (Jinglin' spurs and a Texas '48 Chevy pick-em up truck) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, SRMA Update, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Window Shopper, Street Corner, Modeler's Update, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Audio Talk, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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August
Features - Showcase (Artist Tony "Bones" Groves brings us a classic drive-in scene), Interview (SRM talks to R.H. Jones, street rodder extraordinaire), Shop Tour No. 1 (SRM walks you through the coolest place imaginable - Vintage Air), Shop Tour No. 2 (SRM takes you to the Edelbrock foundry to see automation in action), Dry Lakes Album (Forties dry lake actions comes alive in the scrapbook of Creighton Hunter), Reader's Art (Rick Bennett brings us a glitch in a cruise, a broken Deuce), Giant 1993 Directory (If it ain't here, you don't need it) Tech - Steering You Straight (A look at Borgeson U-joints), Make A Manifold (Induction procedures for a big inch Cad.) Events - Goodguys (Hot Rod Drags at Sears Point), National Street Rod Assn. (The West Coast Nationals at Bakersfield), Southern California Timing Assn (El Mirage for fast fun in the dust) Feature Rods - Cover Car (Tom McMullen's latest contribution to street rodding is only a bus ride away), Bold, Fast & Beautiful (Bill Sign's '37 flathead is all that and more), Stretched Commercials A Pair (A '34 "Super Cab" and a '41 "Mega-cab"), Black Beauty (Kenny Bernstein's '47 Ford convertible), California Dreamin' (A reality with both a '39 woodie and a '47 convertible), Road Rat (A '33 Ford that's just possibly the world's quickest luxury car), A Bottle Of "T" (Rick Oliveira drives a seafarin' '26 Model T phaeton), A Summer Four-Pack (One each: '40 Ford, '33 Ford, '46 Studebaker and a '31 Chevy), 1940 COE Pickup (Jerry Pappas' cab-over commercial brings a different view of the road) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Window Shopper, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Early Iron, Modeler's Corner, SRMA Update, Shop Manual, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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September
Features - Showcase (Artists D.A. Bishop and Keith Weesner paint rough'n' ready rods for the lake), The "Other Side" (Exploring Peter Tytla's wild world), Shop Tour (SRM takes you through Automotive Racing Products), Interview (The skinny on the "Sultan of Stripe" Tommy the Greek), Reader's Art (Mike Mathison renders two commercials, a Model T C-cab and a '37 sedan delivery), Mid-Engined Madness (Two decidely different ways to power where it belongs), A Day In A Deuce - Part Deux (Dave Hill takes you for a "Blast in a Beater") Tech - To Mig Or Not To Mig (Get the job done with HTP's 160), Stick Transmissions (Tim Guyman gives you the lowdown from 3-speeds to 6-speeds) Events - Goodguys (Indy's 5th Annual Happenin'), National Street Rod Association (York's 20th Annual Eastern Nationals), Australian Street Rod Federation (Adelaide's 11th Annual Nationals) Feature Rods - Cover Car (D.F. Metalworks Newstalgia Speedwagon - Completed), The Publilc Servant (A fast fireman's '27 "T" with a message for the kids), Crime Stopper's Stress Remedy (Officer Berri unwinds in a '27 "T" after a busy night on patrol), All Chevy (Tom Gibson's '40 is that and more), Four-Pack Minus One (Three T's for a Tease), Double Feature (Two Swedish T's on the European plan) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Window Shopper, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Early Iron, Modeler's Corner, Shop Manual, SRMA Update, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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October
Features - Showcase (Artist Pat Anderson renders a '37 Fiat coupe), Jim Ewing (A hot rodder to the end), Mini Tease (A one-third scale flathead-powered terror), Phantom Artwork (Larry Anderson gives us a '48 Ford with the Nineties touch), SRM Profile (Howdy Ledbetter does it all), Shop Tour (Tom Vogele walks us through the Rod Factory), The Magnum '34 Coupe (There's something new under the sun in street rod kits), Reader's Art (Michael B. Swanson brings us two "graphite rods" for the road) Tech - Install A Cam (Frank Oddo shows us the correct procedure with Competition Cams), Model A Top (Sid Chavers puts a lid on Hal Shumway's roadster), Blasting & Dipping (Two ways to clean-up your act) Events - Destination: Twin Cities (The MSRA's annual Back To The Fifties Bash), D.L.R.A. Meet (The Australian salt flats: 90 miles of natural pavement), La Roadsters (The annual Father's Day show is a SoCal rodding institution) Feature Rods - Cover Car (Chauvin Emmons' Deuce Tudor is an elephant in Henry's clothing), Model "A" (Hal Shumway's roadster looks good in its Sid Chaver's top), '40 Willys (The Childress' coupe pumps pounds of potent purple passion power), '48 Panel (Rod McAffe's GMC submarine), Barry's B-400 (Lobeck builds another rare high-boy), '50 Buick (Dave Auten's Bradley Award-winnilng custom rod), Four-Pack (Four Deuces for a Fall foliage tour), '34 Coupe (Rudy Heredia and his "Dreamrod") Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Window Shopper, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Early Iron, Modeler's Corner, Shop Manual, SRMA Update, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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December
Features - Showcase (A potpourri of artist Tom VanNortwick's work), Freeway Jammin' (Cruisin' to Pleasanton in Jeff Beck's Deuce high-boy roadster), Behind The Scenes (The screen printing process), We Got It Covered...Almost (An apparel buyers guide for Christmas gift giving), Street Rod Sketchpad (Harry Bentley Bradley shows us the future of the Deuce roadster), SRM Profile (Stuart Hilborn: from lake bed to "Brickyard"), Reader's Art (Brent Gil and Bjorn Nilsson bring us a couple of rod concepts) Tech - The Ford AOD Transmission (Identifying, building and swapping), Fuel Injection Part I (Doc Frohmader gives us the skinny), Cool Air Confusion (Air-Tique refrigerant research) Events - New England Summer Nationals (If you have the show, they'll come), The Big Shabang, California Style (Goodguys receive rave reviews over West Coast Nationals in Pleasanton) Feature Rods - Cover Car (David Kipp's '34 three-window is an all-Ford project), A Rodder, A Racer, A Steering Box Maker (Bill Mullins introduces his fast new passion, a '41 Willys coupe), Phantom Commercial (The '34 Chevy Vicky delivery of Willie G. Davidson), The Stealth Forty (Dick Rennick rolls in style in his '40 Ford Cabriolet), Eight-Pack (The great Deuce roundup), The Ultimate '54 (Cole Foster's Chevy hardtop is the coolest) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Window Shopper, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Early Iron, Modeler's Corner, Shop Manual, SRMA Update, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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