Street Rodder - 1994

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January
Features - Showcase (Artist Guy Shively gives us the complete spectrum of street rodding from '29-'48), Garage Scene (Lou Rettenmeier's 1939 Ford Truck), Secrets Revealed (Inside Wescott's '32 three-window), Thrills In The Hollywood Hills (Cruising Mullholland with Jim DeFrank), Video Guide (A visual voyage into sheet metal technique), SRM Profile (Dean Moon, the father of "Mooneyes"), '93 Index (Where to find those misplaced articles from last year), Reader's Art (David Looper sketches a '29 high-boy roadster pickup and phantom Willys woodie), Club Directory (Rodders are waiting for YOU to join in the fun) Tech - "Clutchitis" (Something you won't get with pull-off or push-on pressure plates), Low Dollar Injection - Part II (For those who want the champagne of fuel injection on a beer budget) Events - Frog Follies (A proven success for rods and amphibians alike), The Great Labor Day Cruise 11 (Orange County cruisin' Association's annual event), First Annual Gas Up! (The Gold Coast Roadster and Racing Club's premier event) Feature Rods - Cover Car (Norm Grabowski's Kookie II makes its official debut to the rodding world), A Blown Dream Come True (Ron Patterson's '29 tub is better than virtual reality), Unidentical Twins (Except for fat fenders, two doors and a painted nose that is), Heavy Metal '34 (Hal Ey's haulin' street rod coupe is exposed in cutaway art), '33 Speedster (Richard Graves mixes American tin with German muscle), Awesome "A" (Handmade stretched pickup carries the whole family in style), Four-Pack (Diverse forms of modified automobiles become "Wild In The Streets"), "An Officer And A Gentleman (Raymond Lake's '37 Ford Tudor gets a promotion) Departments - Letting The ChipsFly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Window Shopper, Street Rodding In Bill's Eye, Early Iron, Modeler's Corner, Shop Manual, Cop Shop, SRMA Update, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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February
Features - Showcase (Jeff Sanders renders a Deuce engine compartment), Personality Profile (Jim Davis of Russell Performance), Master Tells All (Ron Covell metal shaping seminars should start a new trend), Shop Tour (We give you the shocking truth on Carrera), Readers Art (Dennis McPhail's pen-and-ink Deuce three-window is awesome) Tech - Flathead Of The Nineties (Frank Oddo shares secrets for building the ultimate nostalgia motor), Swingin' Gears (Kugel's Kad Kam Komputerized IRS), Low Budget Fuel Injection - Part III (Doc Frohmader's popular series continues), The Ultimate Overdrive (The 4L80, GM's newest electronic transmission is a rodder's dream) Events - California Rod Jamboree (Foundation set for an annual happening), Shades Of The Past (Rolling beauty in the hills of Tennessee), Relive The Excitement (The Second NHRA California Hot Rod Reunion), Six-Pack Of Events (Share the excitement of summer rod runs from coast to coast) Feature Rods - Mini-Deuce (If you're the "Wizza of Rods", you've got to think small), Cover Car (Tom Rodriguez's "Yellow Fever" 1947 Ford convertible), '31 DeSoto (One part Philly cream...seven parts car), Phil's Phantom (Phil Larcinese's '33 Ford Vicky cabriolet), Lou Lane's Clean Machine (The rarest of the rare, a '32 Ford roadster pickup), Same Day Delivery (Ivan Rulison's '34 Chevy commercial packs 'em in), Eight-Pack (Mike Kay's European street rod scene), Living On A Thin Line (Terry "Wizard" McConnell's '49 Chevy misses being a street rod by just one year) 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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March
Features - Showcase (Cliff Iwai brings us the future in a high-boy speedster), "Extremeliner" Kickoff (Posies is at it again with the wildest rod yet), Satisfied Customers (Half-a-dozen flathead devotees return home), Shop Tour (SRM visits Valley Auto Accessories and checks out their street rod), Readers Art (Mark Massie pencils a modern version of the classic Bonneville 'liner) Tech - Plumb Crazy II (Jim Davis' project engine is dyno-tested at over 500 horsepower), Low Budget Fuel Injection - Part IV (The sum of all the parts), Flathead Build-Up (SRM visits Motor City Flathead to see how it's done), The Panel Flange Opener (An innovative tool for removingdoor, hood and trunk skins), Electric Fans (Everything to know about removing hot air from under your hood) Events - Parts Hunting Paradise (Miles of aisles at the SEMA/AI Show in Las Vegas), A Pair Of NSRA Events (Kalamazoo, MI and Tampa, FL), Houston Autorama (The 34th Annual extravaganza was a big Texas-style success) Feature Rods - Cover Cars (A '41 Willys and a '40 Ford for the FAST fat-fendered fancier), Pastel Perfection (Mike Davis' '36 Ford is one contemporary roadster), Timber! (Drop a tree on your '46 Ford coupe and you've got a convertible...almost), Swedish Nostalgia (George Lundvall's '31 Roadster on homemade Deuce rails tells it like it was), Back To Basics (A '333 roadster and topless '37 sedan show the past in a new light), Pumper No. 1 (A '36 Ford fire truck to call when your passion turns red hot), Four-Pack (Custom rods on the move create "Michigan Madness"), Hand-Me-Down (Rick Racor's '38 Ford club coupe isn't your average rod) 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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April
Features - Showcase (John "Waldo" Glaspey gives us two versions of "Fat Boys"), Shop Tour (SRM visits Heidt's Hot Rod Shops), Extremeliner Part II (Posies latest gets fitted with rear wheelwells), "Fat-Boy" (Larry Anderson brings us a '37 Ford phantom three-window high-boy coupe), Interview (A look at the other side of hot rod art with Robert Williams, The Pizz and Coop), Readers Art (Hugh MacDonald brings us just about every jalopy racer ever to run a dirt track) Tech - Fuel Injection Install - Part V (TPI installation), Flathead Build-Up (Motor City's new approach to flathead breathing), Plumb Crazy III (Jim Davis lets us in on chassis secrets), Cool Talkin' (Facts about street rod radiators) Events - Rat Fink Reunion (Annual SoCal gathering of the anti-establishment faithful), A Rod Run That Am! (Nine days, two shows, 800 miles and Yellowstone Park), Boston World Of Wheels (A combination of cold weather and hot cars) Feature Rods - Cover Car (Mike Rawls' Model A Tudor, a lifelong dream), Red Hot & Rollin' (Mort Michelson's LS-6 Big-block powered Deuce roadster), "Black Ice" (An all-wheel-drive '37 Chevy coupe), Personal Delivery (Doyle Day's 1930 Model A sedan delivery), Post-War Merc (Fat-fendered '47 coupe goes modern), A Deuce In Time (A five-window just the way Tom Johnson likes it), Four-Pack (Thirtysomething Fords for fat-fendered lovers), Peratt's Pickup (Father and son team build street rod trucks) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Quarter-Mile Update, Window Shopper, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Early Iron, Modeler's Corner, Shop Manuals, SRMA Update, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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May
Features - Showcase (Artist Dave Blyth renders a '34 Ford coupe for it' 60th anniversary), Where Are They Today (Old hot rods and Kustoms never die), History (Twenty years of Hot Rods by Boyd), Buyer's Guide (Pick a steering wheel for your street rod), Extremeliner Part III (Fabricating flooring and fender skirts), Interview (SRM talks to Lil' John Buttera), Shop Tour (SRM visits Summit Racing Equipment), Readers Art (E. Wayne Huffaker creates the Ace Speed Shop parking lot) Tech - Flathead Build-Up (Block and crank prep), Low Budget Fuel Injection - Part VI (Debugging the GM TPI), Plumb Crazy IV (Time to install a 'glass body, hood and taillights), How-They-Do-It (Alan Budnik shows us how he makes billet steering wheels) Events - Oakland (The 45th edition of the Grand National Roadster Show) Feature Rods - "The Last Rod" (That's what Tom Prufer says of his latest Deuce coupe), Eternal Flame (Sam Gragory's Chevy, just the way he would have wanted it), Woodchopper's Ball (Mike Lynch's red '37 Ford stands out in a growing forest of woodies), Fire Engine Red (The color of Bruce Nyborg's '33 sedan delivery), "Rude Stude" (Bob Reed of "Butcher Shop Truck" fame builds a custom rod), Four-Pack ("SoCal Haulers", a '40 Ford, two Model A's and a '35 Dodge), "Shake, Rattle & Roll" (Joanne and Rod Harris' Model A coupe), "Big Deuce" (The F32 Concept Roadster) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Quarter-Mile Update, 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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July
Features - Showcase (Rodding artist Gerard Blommaert brings us a customized Lincoln Zephyr cabriolet), Shop Tour (Doc Frohmader takes us on a walk through Lokar, Ltd), Extremeliner - Part V (Building a boat tail fender), Steel Is Real (Enough reproduction roadster parts to make a grown man cry), SRM Interview (Nick Cirino), Reader's Art (Von Franco presents two versions of Ed Roth's famous twin-engined Mysterion) Tech - Fuel Injection - Part VIII (Radical EFI motors), "Presto-Rod" (A totally new concept in rod building), Plumb Crazy VI (Body prep and paint), Flathead For The Nineties (Installing the pistons and rods) Events - Bakersfield (Goodguys to the rescue, the famous March Meet continues), Whirlwind Weekend (From Tom's Fun run #17, to Goodguys Pomona, the fun never stopped), Portland Roadster Show (Rocking back to the future) Feature Rods - Cover Car (Bob Sharp's '36 Willys comes across like a "Sharp Dressed Man"), Timeless "A" (Joe Esperanca's traditional roadster), TV's Tool Time Roadster (Tim "The Tool Man" Taylor's "Home Improvement" street rod), "Beachwood" (Bob Smith's fantastic '32 Ford phantom woodie), 1936 Cabriolet Pickup (They told Bill Krebs it couldn't be done), Street Rod Of The Year (Sam Foose builds a Model A highboy sedan to take home the gold for '94), Four-Pack (Odd rods - two Essex, a Lincoln Zephyr and a Beacon), '34 Chevy Vicky (Richard Dickson's bow tie is deep in the heart of street rodding), "Ultimate Toy" (Ralph D'Avino's 1951 Henry J) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Quarter-Mile Update, 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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August
Features - Showcase (Art Rasmussen renders his version of a classic delivery), Extremelilner VI (Working with the front fender and body panels), Personality Profile (Rodding's Old World Craftsman, Steve Moal), Shop Tour (Godman Hi-Performance Specialities), Reader's Art (Greg McLaughlin adds a lot of Nineties influence to a pair of Fords) Tech - "Presto-Rod" Part II (Rear suspension, engine and Dash get covered in this edition), Plumb Crazy VII (Laying groundwork for the interior), An Arm For An Arm (Heidts Tubular A-Arm kit for the Mustang II IFS), Fuel Injection - Part IX (Programmable electronic), Flathead For The Nineties (Creating a true oil filtering system) Events - NSRA Street Rod South (The Southern Version turns twenty), The Streak (Over The Hill Gang's 21st Bayside gathering), 34th Annual Kansas City World Of Wheels (A packed house in the Midwest) Feature Rods - Cover Car (Phil Mohr's '29 Roadster accululates the right touches), The Four Year Itch (Lou Staller's show-stopping Deuce Cabriolet), Split Personality (The altered egos of Bones Notebooms '40 Ford), This Victoria Has No Secrets (Bob Garvey pulls off a perfect highboy Vicky), Just Released (Tony Texiera's '33 Three-Window coupe), 1947 Ford Coupe In...Basic Black (Serg Lieras refines another vintage Ford), Four-Pack (Chevies delivered), Dick Hampton's '38 (A reuniting of old friends), Two Custom Rods For The Nineties (A '53 Buick and a '60 Chevy truly define a custom rod), Les Deline's Modern Highboy (Number 45 in a long line of rods) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Quarter-Mile Update, 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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September
Features - Showcase (Tom West gives us a look beneath the skin of a Model 40 five-window), Legends Cars (600 Racing slashes the high cost of motorsports), Extremeliner VII (Sheet metal work continues at a furious pace), Shop Tour (Billet Specialities), Shop Profile (Don's Hot Rods), Rodder Profile (The life and times of master colorist Stan Betz), Reader's Art (Art Rasmussengives us a trick Model A pickup to ponder), Annual Directory (Over 1,000 sources to help with your project) Tech - Pushrod Ifs (Indy stylin' for your street rod), Wheel Brush (When detailing your street rod, don't skip the details), Plumb Crazy VII (Stitchin' up the interior and adding all the tricks), Fuel Injection Part X (Injection instruction by the doctor), Modern IRS (Inside the Concours West nine-inch Jag-based independent rear end), Flathead For The Nineties (Completing the valvetrain assembly), Finishing Touches (How to give your dashboard that marble look) Events - NSRA York (The 21st Annual NSRA Nationals East), Driving Thunder Road (From Connecticut to Indy from the cockpit of a pro-streeter), Goodguys Indy (The sixth annual Indy experience), L.A. Roadsters (The 30th annual exhibition) Feature Rods - Cover Car No. 1 (Fred Warren's '94 Ridler Award winner, a '37 Ford "Fatboy" coupe), Cover Car No. 2 (Just your everyday Northstar '32 Ford highboy roadster), Blood, Sweat & Years (Al Harris' need for speed created a rompin', stompin' '35 Ford pickup), Something Really Different (A pro-street, Briggs-bodied, leather-back '29 Ford Fordor sedan), "Cool Runnings" (Jack Chisnhall's '39 Tudor daily driver), Four-Pack (The Model 40 built four ways), "Presto-Rod" (The final chapter!), Wayne's World (An ugly duckling '37 Plymouth turned beautiful), Swingin' Chevy (Randy and Laura Todd's rare '42 "black-out" model), P & J Merc (Steel prototype for 'glass bodied '51 Mercs) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Quarter-Mile Update, 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 (Keith Confer gives us a '40 Ford Deluxe), Petrophiles On The Loose (Let's go to the Petroliana Collector's Convention), Legend's Cars (Real racing on an affordable budget), Reader's Art (Trent Hutchison brings us flattering reflections of fat-fendered rods), Extremeliner VIII (Details...details...details) Tech - Fuel Injection Part 11 (Listen to the experts about peakin' and tweakin), Plumb Crazy IX (How to create your own flush-mounted taillights), Reducing Valvetrain Friction (The Decuir system increases rpm, horsepower and torque by 20 percent), Flathead For The Nineties (Capping off the block: installing cylinder heads), Basic Tubing Tricks (Beating the bends with Ron Covell), Understanding The E40D (Ford's electronic automatic overdrive transmission) Events - Double Event Coverage I (Cowtown Lowdown and the New England Summer Nationals), Double Event Coverage II (The NSRA Rocky Mountain Nationals and the World Gasser Championship), Halibrand Open House (A great new location and event for the makers of rodding's classic wheel), Back To The Fifties (MSRA's 21st annual..."three days of Midwest madness), Puyallup (Goodguy's 7th Annual Northwest Nationals) Feature Rods - Cover Car Plus One (Mike and Kay Eberle's positively lethal '37 Ford three-window and '38 Chevy racers), Fat Fender Double Feature (A pair of Ford three-windows from '36 and '38), Deuce Double Feature (Ralph Lisena's sedan delivery and Bob Juliano's three-window), Cool & Clean (Paul Sucoe's '35 Chevy Master Coach), Four-Pack (Street and strip specials), Pro-Street '34 (Dave Addison's roadster is wild in the streets), '51 Chevy Custom Rod (Riley's red 'n' black coupe is a Wichita flight of fancy) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Quarter-Mile Update, 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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