Street Rodder - 1997

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January
Features - Showcase (James Shawn's 1937 Ford from England), Road Tour '96 (Kalamazoo and Burlington make 10), Modern Rod Concepts (Computer designing your street rod), Hercules Motor Car Company (The new generation of woodies), Classic Images (Resurrection of the Hirohata Merc.), Reader's Art (A quest for speed on land or by air), Street Rodder Index (Who, what, when and where you've been in '96!) Tech - The Nailhead (Here we go again! Our '97 engine buildup focuses on the 425ci Buick), MIG Welding Fundamentals (Point and shoot welding), Pyromania (Layin' some hot licks with Lil' Louie), Installing Recessed Door Handles (Updating RenuRod for a smooth look), California Spyder (Modifying the Ford AOD shift linkage), Tech Tips (Cost effective track narrowing) Events - The Great Labor Day Cruise (OCCA's annual celebration), Hot Rod Week (Andy's 30th Annual Picnic kicks off a smorgasbord of rodding fun), The Big 10 (The Goodguys West Coast gem hits a milestone), El Mirage Time Trials (The SCTA's fourth meet of '96), Oakland Museum Exhibition (Showcasing 29 rods and customs) Feature Rods - Double Trouble (Bobby Alloway's twin '33 project), Hell Rod (A '32 with an attitude!), Grave's Condition (A '37 Tudor shop truck), Special Edition (Total Performance's 25th Anniversary T and sidekick Harley), The Wilson & Waters Roadster (Moving right along at 228mph), A Blast From The Past (Craig Smith's boyhood dream), Four-Pack (Traditional touches), Just The Basics (Creative thinking and useful resources combine to make one super street rod), Test Of Patience (Steve Doly's '34 Chevy), Under Pressure (Mike Zuench's flawless '40) 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, Professor Hammer, SRMA Update, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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February
Features - Showcase (Pat Anderson depicts a drive-in tradition), Road Tour '96 (Onward to Tampa, and the finish line!), Shop Tour (Hot Rod and Custom Supply), Silver Anniversary Sweepstakes (Hercules prepares the woodie's chassis), Classic Images (Neat old stuff), Reader's Art (Del creates a fire-breathing, pavement-churning horsepower machine), Coordinated Services (Ron Mangus brings it all together in one stop) Tech - The Nailhead (Part II: Black preparation), Nose Job (RenuRod gets a face lift), California Spyder (Part 14: An exhausting effort), Tech Tips (Closing the gap in a Deuce's doors) Events - Shades Of The Past (Southern hospitality at Pigeon Forge), World Of Speed (Back to Bonneville for the 10th annual), Autofest '96 (Street rodding north of the border), Last Ever "First-Ever" Rod Run (Sam's 25th annual ends in Strong, Maine), Wavecrest (Woodie owners annual pilgrimage to the surf), 4th Annual Dry-Lakes Hall Of Fame (For "old time's sake"), El Mirage Time Trials (The '96 SCTA season meets for the fifth time), Super Run '96 (A celebration Canadian style), St. Augustine Rod Run And Car Show (Have we found Ponce De Leon's mythical waters?) Feature Rods - The Walsh, Walsh, Cusack Roadster (Bonneville's fastest street roadster), A Slice Of Heaven (Hot Rod Heaven that is!), Major League Deuce (Deuce-itis catches retired Angels' baseball player Brian Downing), Barnyard Beauty (Mark Anderson's '35 Coupe), Family Heritage (Father and son combine to make one stunning Vicky), A True Beater (Robert Williams' namesake roadster), Bad A (150mph with a 259cid V-8), Boo Boo's Cruiser (First timer goes fat-fendered), Two-Lane Traveler (Bringing home the gold in a '36 Chevy), Four-Pack (A matter of style), The Way We Were (Quick in the streets!), Crazy 'Bout His Merc (A Fifties custom is born again), One Fine '39 (Larry Stewart's phantom hardtop) 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, Professor Hammer, SRMA Update, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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March
Features - Showcase (Tom VanNortwick forsees a future street rod project), A Visit With Ron Attebury (Top Fuel chassis builder spins his magic), Classic Images (Street rods in motion), Reader's Art (Don Maguire pens a '32 coupe) Tech - The Nailhead (Part 3: Crank and rod preparation), California Spyder (Locating the Lokar shifter and linkage), No-Brainer Tri-Power For Ford Small Blocks (Af-FORD-able tri-power is back!), Silver Anniversary (Hercules gets the Woodie's rear in gear), Top Chop (Giving a '37 Chevy sedan that B-ville look), Bones Splittin' Made Easy (Lowering a '48 Merc front end), Tech Tip (Making doors fit your freshly chopped top) Events - Southeastern Hospitality (Charlotte, North Carolina welcomes the Goodguys Southeastern Nationals), Wheels Of Time Rod And Custom Jamboree (Eighteen years and growing!), 22nd Annual Frog Follies (A hoppin' good time), Deuce Day (Celebrating number three), El Mirage Time Trials (The season closer) Feature Rods - Bob's Billet Beater (Homebuilt to the extreme), Parts Car Power ("Radillac" is the word for this '47 Cadillac), Fabulous 5 Window (Pumping life into a '35 Ford coupe), The Indy Coupe (Larry Nicklin's tribute to the brickyard), New York Cabby (Another Lobeck creation), 25-Year Itch (Ted Srubas gets an outstanding "A" for effort), Watitiz (Jeff Black stays on the right side), Four Pack (The same thing, but different), Saltzberg & Co. (Friends help this roadster fly), High School Sweetheart (Lee Thomas' '41 Chevy coupe), A Special Blend (Jeff Stewart looks back to the future), Hot Rod Hoodlum (A '32 well worth the price) 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 (Hot rods: '23 to '48), Twenty Five Years Of Street Rodder (The Seventies - The Eighties - The Nineties - Now, Come With Me To The Future - Street Rodder's Top 25 Rods), The "Real Stuff" Roadster (The McMullen Deuce in 1/8 scale), Silver Anniversary (The sheetmetal assembly continues), Catalog Buyer's Guide (Shop till you drop!), Road Tour '97 (Exciting news about our Silver Anniversary Tour), Fusor (The 21st century adhesive), Reader's Art (Two prime examples of the cornerstone of street rodding - Model T), Classic Images (Second time around for Jim Martin's '33 three-window), The Rewards Of Being A Street Rodder (SRM's reader appreciation) Tech - The Nailhead (Part V: Head Work), Bedtime For Buford (The street rodder's sheetmetal quandry continues), Steering Column Installation (Guiding you into the 21st century), California Spyder (Part 17: Mullins roadster column drop), Tech Tip (Homemade tools for a factory look) Events - Phoenix World Of Wheels (The 28th annual hits a home run in the Sun City), Under The Big Top (48th Annual Oakland Roadster Show) Feature Rods - The American Graffiti Coupe (Where were you in '62), The California Kid (The making of a star!), Tom McMullen's Roadsters (Thirty-five years of roadster fun), Celebrity Status (Tim Allen's '33 Ford and the ZZ Top Eliminator Coupe), Pushing The Envelope (Dave Larson's '37 Ford coupe), Four Pack (Something for everyone) 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 (Rick Finn illustrates the Burke-Francisco belly tank and Wally Parks), Road Tour '97 (Our McMullen Roadster buildup continues), Policing Your Clubs Cars (Taking the responsibility of safety into your street rod club), Detonation Is The Enemy (A look at the fuel scene), Reader's Art (With pencil in hand, Brad Vigesaa creates a '34 Ford), Classic Images (What is a Classic Image?) Tech - The Nailhead (Tri Power, distributor, headers and dress-up), Firewall Facelift (Haneline's stainless turnaround), One-Piece Door Glass (Fat-fendered Fords receive a contemporary flair), Bedtime For Buford (Finalizing the restoration of the ol' Ford cargo carrier), Silver Anniversary Sweepstakes (The woodworking begins), Simple Chassis Tech (Building a homemade frame structure), Mono Leaf (The ultomate buggy spring ride), Teen Tips (Making a hood propper-upper and suicide door latches) Events - The Boise Roadster Show (Celebrates its Silver Anniversary), Detroit Autorama (45th annual spectacular), Cruisin' Swedish Style (Sweden's street rodding summer vacation), The 47th Annual Sacramento Autorama (The year of the custom rod) Feature Rods - White Lightning (Linda Vaughn's hot rod Lincoln has come callin'), '34 Plymouth Viper (A snake in street rod clothing), Forward Into The Past (A contemporary interpretation of the track roadster), Mighty White (This '33 Plymouth is no shark), The Glowing Coupe (A Swedish '60s rod is reborn), An Exceptional Sedan (The third time's a charm for Mike Miskov), Sum '32 (Rob Anello's Pro Street Deuce), Custom Classic (Kim and Nancy Johnson's better-late-than-never '40 Merc convertible), Something Old, Something Cool (Kevin Meyer's true old hot rod), Four Pack (Thrilling '37s!), Built The Wright Way (Shane and Gary Wright's cotton candy-colored '40 Ford sedan) 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
Features - Showcase (Frank Kreiling captures in pen the proverbial Deuce), Road Tour '97 (The tour begins, and makes a stop at the Mid-American Nationals), Reader's Art (B. Scott Haines illustration ponders the question, "to be or not to be"), Classic Images (The Stone Woods & Cook Willys) Tech - The Nailhead (The key to the Nailhead: a transmission that does the job), Hooking Up Your Hemi With Ultrabell (Mating the Hemi to the popular GM automatic transmission), This Is A Hold Up (If you've got an alligator hood, you're gonna love the hood holder), 'Lek-Trick Windshield Wipers (Don't sing the stormy weather blues anymore), Install A Chubby Chassis Power Tech Rack (This completely reenigineered power rack gives more turns lock-to-lock), Tech Tips (Car parts from billet) Events - Deja Vu (Thousands attend the 24th annual NSRA Nats), 21st Annual NSRA Western Nats (Bakersfield hosts an event to remember), Blackie Gejeian's Fresno Autorama (The by-invitation-only car show celebrates its 40th year), Kool April Nites (Redding, California opens its arms to some cool cruizin') Feature Rods - McMullen's Clone (The black 'n' flamed Deuce is ready to roll), Lobeck (One name says it all), Forty Something (Joel Frary stitches together a winner!), Dark Vader (Low, wide, tubbed and bad to the bone), Expressionism (Posies build statements, because he can), Two Of A Kind (Even though a border divides them, Danny Ingram's and Hugh Brooks '34 sedan deliveries cross the barrier), Big Boy's Toy (David Gilmore's Pro Street Anglia), Four Pack (Cool Coupes), For The Love Of It (Roger Demland has Chevrolet running through his veins) 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 (Futuristic highboy coupe), Jocko Johnson's PoweRRing Three Cycle Engine (A revolutionary design for the internal combustion engine), Road Tour '97 (To the Rockies and on to Louisiana), Cruisin' With Andy (2,477 miles with the Rodfather), Hall Of Fame (Darryl Starbird inducts the leaders of the street rod and custom car industry at his annual affair), Classic Images (Bi-coastal news), Reader's Art (Roger Pina's "hot" phantom), MIGS, TIGS, Plasma Cutters (More great stuff for the garage from Daytona Mig) Tech - The Nailhead (Buyer's Guide), Mail-Order Restoration (RenuRod finally gets new underalls), Tech Tips (Hose clamps as fabrication aids), Bangin' Gears Behind A Nailhead (Installing a Borg-Warner GM T-5 five-speed transmission) Events - A SoCal Tradition (The L.A. Roadsters' 33rd Annual Roadster Show and Swap Meet), St. Ignace '97 (It'll blow you away), 13th Annual Rocky Mountain Nationals (The NSRA goes to Pueblo, Colorado), 14th Southwest Street Rod Nats (The NSRA heads on down to Shreveport for some Cajun fun), NHRA Indy Hot Rod Nationals (Goodguys puts all the required elements together for a premier event), Pacific Northwest Nationals (A decade of cruisin' with the Goodguys), Heartland Rod & Custom Nationals (Des Moines hosts the sixth annual), Back To The Fifties (A must-do weekend of fun, food and friendship) Feature Rods - Speedstar (Bobby Alloway's new roadster unveiled), Juz Bad! (Daring to be different is what Tony Sisneros and his '36 Plymouth had in mind), Thunder From Down Under (Mark Stokes' muscular Model A), Pearl Cruiser (A salt car changes directions and hits the street), Stray '32 (Brian Setzer's hot rod coupe), Four Pack (From coast to coast), Homebuilt Hauler (Al Eaton's fine '40), Awesome (Mike Baliestiero's '36 Ford is quite an impressive feat, to say the least) 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 (Blackened fun units), Road Tour '97 (The Nationals mark the halfway point), A Visit With The Master Of Metal (Ron Fournier), Shop Tour (We stop in Sebastian, Florida to visit Stainless Specialities' empire), Reader's Art ('38 Special), Classic Images (Hot rod dreamin') Tech - Total Control (The first street rod onboard total ride control system), The Nailhead (Baby Buicks), If You're Gonna Do, Do It Right (The straight scoop on the Lincoln disc brake 9 inch), '48 Merc Rearend Swap (Chassis Engineering's complete kit installation), Hotrod Heaters (The Comfort Crew at Mr. 40s show us how to heat up that steel rod), Turn Signals Made Easy (Safety for your street rod with Hotronic's self-canceling system), Easy Discs (Magnum's modern brake kit), Tech Tips (Installing patch panels) Events - The Big 15 (OCCA's Great Labor Day cruise), The 28th Annual Street Rod Nationals (Onward to Oklahoma City), International Nats Pack (Australia, Europe, Canada and Sweden do street rodding), Cruisin' Cache Valley (Utah's premier automotive event) Feature Rods - Metalmorphose (Out of the South comes Jerry Karr's '33 cabriolet), Childhood Sweetheart (Glen Cox's '35 Chevy sedan is what memories are made of), Contemporary Cabriolet (Kevin Alstoff's '37 pushes the limit of high tech), Model A Masterpiece (Bruce Holme's '30 Ford coupe), His And Hers (The Lahaie's dynamic duo), Fired Up Willys (Jim and Andrea Lambert's ground-pounding gas machine), Hart Beat (Ed Hart's Anglia is tough to beat), Blue Angel ("Heavenly" describes Gus Mann's '23 T to a tee), Four Pack (Chevy showcase), Optical Obsession (A seven-year exercise in sight and sound) 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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