Street Rodder - 1996

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February
Features - Road Tour '96 (Pert 2: More info on what's to come), Showcase ("Waldo" Glaspey whips up a fantom-ish future rod), Grand Opening! (Festivities at Darryl Starbird's new museum), Exhaust Headers On Steroids (A course in "Tube-alogy"), California Spyder (Go behind the scenes as Lobeck's fabricates the chassis), ARC, Almost Ready To Cruise (A new concept for street rodders), 1995 Dry Lakes Hall Of Fame (Pioneers are honored and old friends reunited), Reader's Art (Two versions of the '28 Model A Tudor), Classic Images ("Mo" good stuff preserved on film) Tech - Hangin' The '40 Front End (How to fix the nasty gap problem), Hemi? Which Hemi? (Part 2 of our series deals with I.D. information), Any Way You Want It (Cool IRS set-ups to consider), Installing A Bolt-On IFS (A complete how-to), Installing Cool-Flex (The perfect radiator hose), Power Lift How-To (Hotronics kits are powerful and popular), Renurod Gets Tanked (After slilght modifications, a new poly fuel tank is in place), Handy Tools (How to make them at home), Sheet Metal Embossing (Make tooling to create panels that appear "O.E.") Events - Autumn Adventure (Goodguy's and gals visit Rhineback, New York), Fall Festivities (The NSRA rolls into Vermont), Shades Of The Past (Spotlight on Tennessee for another great weekend) Feature Rods - Charles In Charge (From hulk to handsome hauler), Hot Tub (A slick Tudor phaeton from Canada), Peach Fuzz (Bob Dixon's '48 Chevy), Home Crafted (John Hartsell's '37 Ford), Nuoldie '36 (Goodguys' Street Rod of the Year), Black Suede (An old hot rod finds its way home), Resto-Deluxe (It's a street rod dressed to the nines), Four-Pack (We're packin' a quartet of red-hot Deuces) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Quarter-Mile Update, Window Shopper, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Modeler's Corner, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Professor Hammer, SRMA Update, Colp Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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March
Features - Showcase (How about a 1937 Citroen 11CV roadster?), Traditional Roadsters 50 Years Ago (A trip in time), Road Tour '96 (Progress continues at Lobeck's V-8 Shop), Shop Tour (Behind the scenes at Rock Valley Antique Auto Parts, Ltd), Reader's Art (Brent Gill pens a cool coupe), Classic Images (Appreciating the internal combustion engine) Tech - The Hemi Engine Series (Part 3: info on the availability of parts), The California Spyder (Assembling the Magnum axle and related components), Installing A VW Hood Latch (An open and shut case), Corvette Front Chassis Clip (Installation, step-by-step), Metal Shrinking (Learn about an affordable new tool) Events - Bonneville '95 (Visiting the almighty salt), River City Reliability Run (Good fun behind the wheel), The Grand Finale (Big happenings in Houston, Texas), The Way It Was (The NHRA California Hot Rod Reunion), Run To The Sun (Another great Relics and Rods get-together) Feature Rods - Metal '27 (Scott Maze and his big-time fun machine), Modified '28 Chevy (An early racer restored to perfection), Morty's '29 (Mark Morton's Model A), The Neikamp Roadster (Built in 1949, but timeless in style), The Gee-Bee Deuce (Geoff Mitford-Taylor likes the way they used to be), The Enyeart Engineering Special (Inspiration fuels the fire), Ol' Number 52 (A real attention-getter from Steve Grimes), Phantom Of The Dry Lakes (Dave Lukkari's '28 Modified), A Tale Of Two T's (Alike in style and color), Real Deal (Doug Mosch's '37 Cabriolet), Too Much Of A Good Thing (Norm Ries does things in threes), Four Pack (Fat-fendered GM madness) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Quarter-Mile Update, Window Shopper, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Modeler's Corner, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Professor Hammer, SRMA Update, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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April
Features - Showcase (Waldo's T with Deuce accents), Road Tour '96 (Our Redneck's body gets the "Lobeck Touch"), Big Daddy's Back (With the Beatnik Bandit II),Barris' Munster Koach And Drag-U-La (Inside TV's famous hot rods), Se Habla Street Rods! (Street rodding ingenuity from Argentina), Reader's Art (Another cool creation from the hand of Dennis McPhail), Classic Images (Custom, then and now) Tech - The Clamp (Build-it-yourself hammer and dolly), Hot Rodding The Hemi (Cylinder head prep), Lowering The Lid (Dan Fink's SVO '32 gets some "Rodimentary Refinements"), Dual-Chamber Master Cylinder (Here's an easy-adapt kit for your '39-'40 Ford), The Mopar 727 Trans (Inspecting it, up close and personal), California Spyder (Working on the rear suspension) Events - 22nd Turkey Rod Run (Holiday fun in Daytona Beach), 21st Frog Follies (E'ville Iron hosts another), A Summer's Rod Run (Hawaiian style), The Boston World Of Wheels (Presented by Auto Palace and GM Performance Parts) Feature Rods - Plymouth Street Fighter (Mike Hurley's thundering Mopar), Neil Smith Tackles A Dream (Off-season fun for an NFL pro), Candy Coupe (There's nothing "Standard" about this '35), Throwback (Carroll Hamilton's suede Model A), The Foose Finesse (An exercise in refinement), Pure White '37 (Joe Alongi's contemporary coupe), '48 Special ("Bones" wows us again), Four-Pack (Fabulous Ford ragtops) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Quarter-Mile Update, Window Shopper, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Modeler's Corner, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Professor Hammer, SRMA Update, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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May
Features - Showcase (Bruce Kaiser's Deuce rendition is hard to resist), Road Tour '96 (Part 5: Horsepower, racing stripes and elbow grease), Shop Tour (Painless Wiring / Perfect Performance Products), '37 Blazer (See how Marty Fisher was inspired), The Lightning Rod (An ageless hot rod goes back to the future), Reader's Art (Mike VanDerVoet's American tradition), Classic Images (What's in a name) Tech - An Illuminating Experience (Installing L.E.D. taillights), Gas Tank Renu (A new material to cure an old problem), Hot Rodding The Hemi (More tricks from Sterling's Engine Service), Mopar 727 Trans (Assembly tips and procedures), The California Spyder (Gear set and axle install), Tech Tips (Building a trick tranny topper) Events - 47th Oakland Roadster Show (The Granddady of them all), The 39th Darryl Starbird Show (Famous customizer does it again) Feature Rods - First Impression (Howdy Ledbetter's Ala Kart tribute), Traditionally Speaking (Joe Martin's '32 Ford coupe), NorEast Nostalgia (A street rod with established style), Precious Wood (A fine '47 with sportsmanlike attitude), Leadfoot Rides Again (Don and Nan Cain's fabulous Forty), Heavy Hauler Overhaul (Bob Taylor's 1938 D-300), Four-Pack (We're packin' a quartet of serious sedans) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Quarter-Mile Update, Window Shopper, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Modeler's Corner, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Professor Hammer, SRMA Update, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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June
Features - Showcase (Rohan Day ia back with a cool C-cab mail truck), Road Tour '96 (Part 6: The build-up concludes with interior work), Almost To The Curb (Checkin' out some street rods being readied), Hummelstown '96 (A visit to the annual open house at Posies), Classic Images (Some of the most serious slingshots of all time), Reader's Art (Glynn Tatum's Hot Rod Garage) Tech - Hot Rodding The Hemi (Block preparation), Installing A Transgo Shift Kit (These folks made it easy!), Retro Dash (RenuRod gets a facelift), The California Spyder (Body bracing and inner structure work), Cut Off That Clip (Surgery for a troubled front clip), Hop Up Your Holley (For increased safety and convenience), Tech Tips (Motor Mount makeover) Events - Goodguys March Meet (Fast times at Famoso Raceway), Detroit Autorama '96 (America's largest indoor car show?), NSRA Nationals North (What to do in Kalamazoo), Seven-Pack Of Events (A geographic rod run roundup) Feature Rods - Street Rodder's Road Tour Coupe (Well dressed and ready to ride), Jersey Jewel (Two brothers + Posies = one stunning street rod), Lovato's Lov (Art deco styling influenced the Utah rodder), The Topless Coupe (High tech Canadian style, eh?), Bow-Tie Buddies (A fine pair of NorCal Chevy street rods), Not For Sale (Booger's Deuce), Striper's Diversion (An elegant '34 Chevy Vicky B-400 lookalike), Four-Pack (The dastardly Deuces are comin' at 'ya), Ruthles! (Ruth Slowik's '40 Ford convertible) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Quarter-Mile Update, Window Shopper, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Modeler's Corner, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Professor Hammer, SRMA Update, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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July
Features - Showcase (Steve Stanford shows us a Deuce with Harley styling), Imagineering (A computer-generated '40 Ford three-window), Road Tour '96 (Itching to go and building a miniature), Steve Moal's V-8 Special (A study in motion), The Cutting Edge (Street rod technology for the 21st century), Classic Images (Deuce roadsters share the spotlight), Reader's Art (Eric Brockmeyer's tasteful '36 Ford) Tech - Nostalgia Meets Hi-Tech (A finned and filtered fluid cooler), Modular V-8 Engines 101 (Introducing the Ford 4.6 liter), The California Spyder (Firewall work and more internal bracing), Stripping RenuRod (Doin' the gooey and goin' bare (metal, that is), Power That Seat! (Glide Engineering shows us how), Hot Rodding The Hemi (Part 7: Info on rods and pistons), Tech Tips (Repairing stainless trim) Events - The 40th Portland Roadster Show (A Northwest spectacular), The 39th D.C. World Of Wheels (Hot cars in the nation's capital), Goodguy's Spring Nationals (Street rods at the Fairplex), Daytona Spring '96 (A super speedway gets together) Feature Rods - Cover Car - Black Widow (Richard LeJeurrne's tribute Deuce), The DuPont Dominator (A phantom '40 filled with features), Hot Stuff! (John Rose's '36 cooks in the Arizona heat), A Pair Of "Luxo-Cruisers" (Decidely different & comfy to cruise), Desert Diablo (John Barenz's Deuce coupe), Hot Rod Addict (A 23-year-old gets his fix), Low-Fat And Natural (Michael Doe's '36 Ford coupe), Four-Pack (From A to Zephyr), Red Hot And Road Ready (Posies perfection for Jim Vannatta) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Quarter-Mile Update, Window Shopper, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Modeler's Corner, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Professor Hammer, SRMA Update, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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August
Features - Showcase (Donna Wolfkill renders a rustic scenario), Road Tour '96 Kickoff (Lrom Lobeck's V-8 Shop to Knoxville, TN), Muroc Remembered (As told by Parks, Hillborn and Rufi), SoCal Speed Shop (A 50th Anniversary party), Shop Tour (SRM visits Mullins Steering Gear), Artist Profile (Paul Barrow), Classic Images (The lens focuses on garage scenes), Reader's Art (Dennis Sammon pens a pair of '34 Fords), Annual Directory (Our giant guide to who's who in street rodding) Tech - Dan Fink's SVO '32(The metalmeisters wrap-up fabrication work), Hot Rodding The Hemi (Part 8: Getting "cranky"), Taming The Serpent (New serpentine belt for the flathead), Fast French (RenuRod gets F-100 headlight rings), California Spyder (Installilng front spindels and bearings), Keep 'Em Closed (Installing bear claw safety door latches), Seat Tech (Build a bear claw seat latch for back seat access), High-Tech At Home (Install a trick, new underdash panel) Events - The NSRA Nats South (Good times and good folks open the season), Muroc Reunion (The dry lake revs up again, after 55 years), Tom's Fun Run #19 (The SRM tradition continues) Feature Rods - Rocket Science (Sonny Dutro's space coast ragtop), Leonardo's Masterpiece (A timeless hot rod, circa 1940), Promotion In Motion (Leo Donnelly's '39 Chevy convertible), The D&D Special (A high-tech import from Arkansas), A Canadian Traditional (Larry Wendt's '27 speedster), Dan The Man (Dan Burnham's desireable Deuce Vicky), Double Feature (Two fabulous Fleetlines), Four-Pack (Different strokes for different blokes), Slow Evolution (Suzanne William's '34 Tudor), Special Delivery (Joe Ragazzo's high-tech panel delivery), Tinker's Toy (An attractive '39 Ford for Tinker Robertson) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Quarter-Mile Update, Window Shopper, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Modeler's Corner, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Professor Hammer, SRMA Update, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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September
Features - Showcase (Martin Rosenthal's depiction of the "Street Rod Cafe"), Road Tour '96 (Ohio to Bakersfield and back), Congress Gets In High Gear (SEMA takes high performance to the nation's capital), Classic Images (The lens takes a look at what's underneath), Reader's Art (Ron Harnish's line-work rendering of a '37 Ford sedan) Tech - Top Chop (Lowerin' the lid of a '39 Chevy coupe), Brake System Valves (What you need to know about 'em), Budget Bucket (How to cure the street rod bug, the economical way), California Spyder (Cuttin' the body), Build A Battery Box (New spot for fat-fendered fanatics), Hot Rodding The Hemi (Assembly begins), Tech Tips (C-ing is believing) Events - Lone Star Rod And Custom Nationals (The Goodguys heat up Texas), El Mirage Time Trials ('96 season opener for SCTA), 7th Annual Kool April Nites (A cruisin' time in Redding, California), Home Again (The NSRA Street Rod Nationals East) Feature Rods - Wild In The Streets (Trepanier's "Predator" is loose), Nineties Lake Racer (Jack Kelly's '34 roadster), A Teal '32 (PC3g strikes again), Forty Plus (A non-stop drop top), Mirage (Decades of styling create one amazing custom), Southern Accents (Business card roadsters), Four-Pack (The many faces of street rodding), The Exterminator (A '47 Chevy COE to reckon with), Attention To Detail (Gary Hodges perfects the '34 Cabriolet) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Quarter-Mile Update, Window Shopper, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Modeler's Corner, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Professor Hammer, SRMA Update, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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October
Showcase - A Finnish rendering of an early lakes car), Road Tour '96 (On to the Rockies, Pueblo and Spokane), Holley's Custom Shop (Special carbs, for that special project), Safe Keeping (Preserving your street rod), Classic Images (The days of "Big Daddy" Roth), Reader's Art ("Hot" rods by Roger Pina) Tech - Hot Rodding The Hemi (Jumping on the valvetrain express), Damper Dudes (Harmonic balancer rebuilders to the rescue), Rockin' Without The Roll (Installing the ECI parking brake), California Spyder (Part 10: Master cylinder and brake rotors), Painting With Powders (No drips, no runs, no errors!), Tech Tips (Tips on fender coating and tracing wires) Events - Indy Hot Rod Nationals (DuPont, NHRA and Goodguys team up), El Mirage Time Trials (Second SCTA meet for '96), The Fresno Autorama (Blackie Gejeian's '39-year-old auto show), A Week Of Parties (A prelude to the Father's Day Shows), The L.A. Roadster Show (An annual California tradition) Feature Rods - A Vicky In Disguise (Dave Allen's C-400), Brotherly Love (The Barbee boys' dry-lakes roadster), Classic Futurist (Mike Adams' hot rod for the Nineties and beyond), A Keeper (One classy cabriolet), Capital Gains (Lew Shaw's rare investment), Flathead T (A Model T built for the pure fun of it), Soapbox Special (Eric Peratt's foray into forestry, a '33 Chevy woodie), True Traditional (Bob Everts' period roadster), Four Pack (A selection of sedans), Best Of Both Worlds (A combination of good looks and high performance) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Quarter-Mile Update, Window Shopper, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Modeler's Corner, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Professor Hammer, SRMA Update, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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November
Features - Showcase (Daryle Sorenson's phantom three-window), Before, B-After (Custom ideas for GM's full-fendered cars), Road Tour '96 (At the halfway point), In The Works (A sneak peek at Kugel's coupe), Hot Rods And Customs (The Oakland Museum's exhibit on California car culture), Classic Images (Reverend Scrub Hansen's "Statutory Grape"), Reader's Art (Dave Whittle captures the Fifties) Tech - All Aboard (Rehabing the appendages that set pre-war rods apart), Get The Wood Out (Replacing old oak with tough new tubing), California Spyder (Pure Choice brake kit install), Hot Rodding The Hemi (The end of the road), Four For T (Sonny Rossi's bucket gets Cosworth power), Tech Tips (Flashy fiberglass fan shrouds) Events - NSRA Nationals (Back to Columbus), Cache Valley Cruise-In (The best kept secret in the west), Forties Day (Those Forty fanatics are back), Swedish Street Rod Nationals (A Northern European smorgasbord of street rods), Puyallup '96 (Goodguy Paific Northwest Nationals), Petrophiles Do It Again In Ohio (Petroliana collectors converge on Columbus) Feature Rods - Cad Kong (From back lot to front row), Bucket O' Wings (A heapin' helpin' of T-bucket), Total Exposure (Joe Caponetta's first attempt), Fabulous Forty (Jack Harris' 40-year with comes true), The Center-oor Phone Booth (Doug Taylor's '20 Model T), Four Pack (Titillating T-buckets), Ohio A (A full-traditional '29 roadster), Phantom Phoenix (Mike Cox's '37 rides again), Un-Wooded Wagon (Pod Darbyshire's overseas hauler) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Quarter-Mile Update, Window Shopper Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Modeler's Corner, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Professor Hammer, SRMA Update, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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December
Features - Showcase (A phantom cabover semi), Road Tour '96 (Onward to Oklahoma and Omaha), Hot Rodding The Hemi (A Buyer's Guide to wrap up the year-long series), Chevy's Latest Small-Block V-8 (A look at the new LS1), Classic Images (Hot rods or not rods), Reader's Art (A tale of two T's) Tech - Gimme' A Brake (Bits of wisdom on stoppin' your street rod), California Spyder (Mounting the body and Durant mono-leaf conversion), Fender Sculpting (Molding rear fenders and modifying character lines), Tech Tips (All it takes is nerf!) Events - Fireworks On The 6th Of July (Goodguys Heartland Nationals), Canats '96 (The Canadian Nationals celebrate their Silver Anniversary), The 21st Annual Corn Boil (A double treat for hungry rodders), A Six-Pack Of Events (A double trio of action-packed events), The Spirit Of Bonneville (The 48th Annual National Speed Trials), Knebworth Super Nationals (Great Britain's premier event), Newport Cruisin' Nationals (GM restoration parts fun-filled weekend) Feature Rods - Twice The Attitude, Twice The Fun (A pair of zoomie SoCal hot rod's), Low-Down Deuce (Jim Sherman's Hemi-powered lowboy), Common Threads (A double-feature of two Michigan Fords), Double Trouble (It takes two to satisfy Bill Bowman's rod pallet), Salt Renegade (A wild-riding, jet-fast '37 Willys), Rocky Mountain High (The Kenz and Leslie tradition lives on), Four Pack (An appetite for A's), Two Of A Kind (A pair of Plymouths), N-Sane (Mike Reynold's Insani-T) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Quarter-Mile Update, Window Shopper, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Modeler's Corner, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Professor Hammer, SRMA Update, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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