Street Rodder - 1999

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January
Features - Showcase (Gary Constable's vision of a hot rod roadster), Road Tour '98 (Across America to the Pacific Northwest), Reader's Art (Sandy Philips pencils a full-fendered '34 five-window), Shop Tour (Carolina Custom Hot Rod Parts), Garage Scene (Randy Northuis' '31 Ford coupe), Classic Images (Paul Bragg, the unknown customizer) Tech - Tech Tips (No more noisy nonsense), Street Rodder Engine Series (The making of the series), The Quiet Killer (Electrolytic metal erosion may be destroying your rod), Hammerform - Part III (Welding, planishing and metal finishing), Project Speedrodder - Part V (Narrowing a GM 10-bolt), Rookie Rod - Part VI (The second time around was real for the front suspension), Panel Patching - Part I (Making a '40 Chevy sheetmetal beautiful), California Spyder - Part XXVII (The bodywork begins), Getting Rid Of The Summertime Blues (A few cool tips on A/C), Tubester - Part VIII (Air scoops for front brakes) Events - MUROC Reunion III (Returning to the roots of rodding), 50th Bonneville Speedweek (Celebrating a half-century of "salt" rodding), NSRA Northwest Nats (Number 15 in Spokane, Washington), Goodguys West Coast Nats (More sunshine and goodtimes in P-town), Oldies But Goodies Drags (Fast times at Boise, Idaho's Firebird Raceway) Feature Rods - Cover Car (Kevin Vornhagen's Deuce roadster), Baby Blue (Richard and Gloria Lasher's '38 Olds), Enyarts '47 (Mark Enyart's two-tone Chevy pickup), Preservation Factor (The McGowan Brothers' A roadster), Home Brew (Mike Mckernon's homebuilt '29 roadster), Goodguys Street Rod Of The Year (Bob Rothenburg's Deuce roadster), Classic Lines (Bob Munroe's '36 Ford roadster), Four Pack (Cool coupes), Distinction (Bob Eckerson's '33 Dodge sedan), Just A Toy (Jim and Marie Gleason's '34 Chevy sedan) Departments - For Starters, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Window Shopper, Modeler's Corner, Under 30 And In Overdrive, Cop Shop, Early Iron, Shop Manual, SRMA, Professor Hammer, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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February
Features - Showcase (Gerard Blommaert illustrates a scene right out of the past), Bigger Is Better (Checking out Ford Motorsport's new crate motor), Garage Scene (Eric Geisert's converted warehouse), Steel Is Real (Steve's Auto Restorations' '33-34 Fords), Road Tour '98 (From Chicago to Kalamazoo), Harry Bradley (Attitude...That's what roadster pickups are), A Visit To The Hot Rod Garage (Dropping in on a pair of Okie rodders), Shop Tour (T.I.P. Tools), Reader's Art (Del Swanson pens a "hot" rod), Classic Images (Connie Kalitta's Bounty Hunter) Tech - Ford Y-Block (The '99 engine buildup series begins), California Spyder - Part XXVIII (Bodywork begins), Steel Body Restoration - Part I (What it takes to turn a rusty hulk into a street rod), Fixins For A Fat Firewall (Fat Jack's shows us from scratch), Panel Patching - Part II (Completing the '40 Chevy panels), Project Speedrodder - Part VI (Homemade horsepower), Tubester - Part VIIII (Tunneling the turn signal), Tech Tips (Leaf spring lessons) Events - NSRA Nats North (A trip back to the "ZOO"), 2nd Motor City Nats (Goodguys return to Michigan), Shades Of The Past (Pigeon Forge turns "Sweet 16") Feature Rods - O'Bannon Roadster Co. (Steve Grimes' modified '23 roadster), So-Cal Speed Shop Roadster (A Deuce brings history to the future), Highfill's Hobby (Rod Highfill's '36 Ford coupe), Ralph's Rod (Ralph Abplanalp's '33 Ford coupe), Looking Back (Paul Bos' '28 Ford roadster), Lil' Yellow Hauler (Lupe Anzar's '29 Ford roadster pickup), Back 'N' Black (Steve Davey's '37 Chevy coupe), Unconventional Cool (Charlie Mule's '40 Dodge), Lemon Ice (Ivan Whittaker's '33 Willys), Fit For A Prince (Prince Herzog's '41 Chevy), Four Pack (Fat-fendered frenzy) Departments - For Starters, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Window Shopper, Modeler's Corner, Under 30 And In Overdrive, Early Iron, Cop Shop, Shop Manual, SRMA Update, Professor Hammer, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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March
Features - Showcase (Jim Smith creates a Bonneville-inspired Deuce coupe), Grand National Roadster Show (Pics from the past), Test-Driving The Rodman (Taking a spin in Rod Palmer's '32), Road Tour '98 (Vermont fall foliage), Reader's Art (Joel Naprstek pens Terry Cook's "Scrape" a la roadster), Garage Scene (Chuck Mack's digs in North Carolina), Garage Scene (Chuck Mack's digs in North Carolina), More Than Muscle (Limited-edition horsepower from Chevrolet), Classic Images (A cool, custom Caddy) Tech - Lead Tech (Learning leading with So-Cal's Birdman Stewart), Presto-Change-O (Making a quick-change rear), Speedrodder - Part VII (Taillights and nerf bars), Ford Y-Block - Part II (Selecting and preparing a block), California Spyder - Part XXVIIII (Paint procedures), Fixins For A Fat Firewall - Part II (Fat Jack's wrap it up), Completing The Build (The Holley Deuce coupe), Steel Body Restoration - Part II (Rescuing rusty doors), Tubester - Part X (Building the rear wing) Events - Rhinebeck, Connecticut (Goodguys East Coast Nats), Lake Havasu, Arizona (Rods N Relics' Run to the Sun), Burlington, Vermont (NSRA Northeast Nats) Feature Rods - What Has...(Frank Currie's '32 Ford roadster), Guidry's Junkyard (Mike Guidry's '34 Chevy coupe), Rodded Rarity (Bruce Van Lenten's '39 Pontiac convertible), Hankinson's Humpback (Ralph Hankinson's '37 Fordoor), Profiling In Peach (Fred Stead's '48 Chevy sedan), Victory Speedway Special (Dennis Franciosi's '23 Track T), Red-Hot (Don Freedman's '35 Ford coupe), Workin' With Wood (Ken Schnieder's '32 Ford woodie), Four-Pack (The "A" list) Departments - For Starters, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Window Shopper, Tech Tips, Modeler's Corner, Under 30 And In Overdrive, Early Iron, Shop Manual, SRMA Update, Professor Hammer, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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April
Features - Showcase (Eric Brockmeyer pen 'n' inks a slick woodie wagon), Grand National Roadster Show - Part II (More classic pics from your past), Shop Tour (Wescott's Auto Restyling), Road Tour '98 (South to Tampa and on to the finish), Showcase (Eric Brockmeyer pen 'n' inks a slick woodie wagon), Garage Scene (Bill Carbo, Port Chester, New York), Reader's Art (Todd Back's vision of a Deuce coupe on Rt. 66), Classic Images (The hot rod as not-art) Tech - First Peek (Steve Moal builds a gem for Tim Allen), California Spyder - Part XXX (Fun with Fords), Ford Y-Block - Part III (Pistons and rod reconditioning), Quick Steering (Flaming River's new Vega box), Project Lakes Modified - Part V (Things that go around), Project Speedrodder - Part VII (Guidance, gauges and gear shifters), Gettin' Drafted (Inglese insight on Weber carburetor), Real-Steel Tech (Building a door with Bill Gathings), Tubester - Part XI (Where does the radiator go?), Beautiful Backlites (Compound-curve rear glass for Chevys), A Gift From The Gods (Dzus buttons!) Events - Charlotte, North Carolina (Goodguys Southeastern Nats), Tampa, Florida (NSRA Southeast Nats) Feature Rods - Extremeliner Unveiled (POSIES' "long-roof" masterpiece), Dipped In Salt (Jerry Kugel's '37 Ford coupe), Dark And Moody (Steve Moody's '41 Willys), Lively A (Tom Branch's resurrected '29 roadster), Stellar Hauler (Jess Jones' '48 Chevy truck), Midnight Moss (Jeff Corl's '32 Ford roadster), Holley's Hotty (A Deuce coupe with the heart and soul of performance), Package Deal (Bill Lahman's '40 Chevy coupe), Four-Pack (Fine 'n' fat), Same Difference (Claude Freund's dazzling Deuce) Departments - For Starters, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Window Shopper, Modeler's Corner, Under 30 And In Overdrive, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Cop Shop, Tech Tips, SRMA Update, Professor Hammer, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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May
Features - Showcase (Flamed, fenderless and fantastic, F.X. Kreiling's Model 40), Street Rod Of The Year (SRM has once again selected its choice from last year's Top 10 recipients), Street Rode University (Learning the A, B, C's of street rodding), The Moal-Allen RRR Special - Part II (A complex matter of simplicity), Shop Tour (Gibbons Fiberglass Reproductions), Garage Scene (Command Sgt. Major Randy Johnson balances "all that you can be" and building a '41 Ford pickup with distinguished honors), Garage Scene (Associate Editor Jim Rizzo is onto another project - truck style this time), Reader's Art (Roger Pina's fenderless '36 Tudor), Classic Images (The real deal: Bill Vinther's coupe), Road Tour Road Show (SRM continues the tradition in '99) Tech - A Bitchin Core Support (A more stable and adjustable radiator-support system for fat '40s), Hot Tip - Part VI (Making a custom exhaust for the Lakes Modified Project), Weekend Update (Project pickup gets suspended), California Spyder - Part XXXI (Brizio and SVO to the rescue), F-1 IFS (Installing Fat Man Fabrications' Stage II System in a fat-fendered Pickup), Project Speedrodder - Part IX (Hangin' headlights), Lil' Deuce Coupe (Harwood Street Rods unveils its latest glass addition), Y-Notta Y-Block - Part IV (Crank grinding and balancing), Rough Ride Rodders (Bilstein's new rod shocks), More Power Brakes (Installing a power brake system into your Mopar), The Tubester - Part XII (Tying up loose ends), A Helping Hand (Clothespins for metal) Events - Boston World Of Wheels (The New England show celebrates 25 years), Four Pack Of Events (We visit some of the favorite street rod events throughout the nation) Feature Rods - Big Red (If seeing is believing, then Doug Wayne's '48 Ford F-1 will make you a believer), Tennessee Truck (Steve Legen's'48 Chevy pickup is what a true fan is all about), Double Take (George King's '48 Chevy pickup passes with flying colors), Flamin' Forty (Dale West's hot hauler), Three-Alarm Three-Window (Don Made's "Hot" Deuce coupe), Double Vision (A dose of Deuce diversity), Tolson's Toy (Tim Tolson's awesome Anglia), Four Pack (Cool coupes) Departments - For Starters, Street Corner, Rodder Mail, Window Shopper, Tech Tips, Under 30 And In Overdrive, Modeler's Corner, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Cop Shop, SRMA Update, Professor Hammer, Happenings, Henry HiRise, 20 Years Ago
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July
Features - Showcase (Mike Der Voet's futuristic high-tech sedan), Motoring On Tim Time (An interview with a car guy), Redneck's Remarkable Rod Run (Nineteen days, 10,396 miles, and a ton of memories), It's What's Up Front That Counts (Checking out Grille Art), Shop Tour (SRM visits Borgeson Universal Company), It Starts With A Beginning (The SRM/Holley Road Tour '99 begins at Arizona Street Rods), Garage Scene (Brad Holmes' of Centralia, Washington, awesome garage/shop), Reader's Art (Gerard Blommaert's old timey track-style roadster and flathead in pen and ink), Classic Images (What price glory?) Tech - The Hemi Revisited (Hot Head's new front drive for Chryslers), Project Lakes Modified - Part VII (Dress for success), Nifty Knobs (Casting parts with Kwik Poly), Rookie Rod - Part VII (An air ride suspension tames the savage sedan bounce), A 10-Minute Tool Trick (Build a swap meet measuring tool for determining wheel offsets), California Spyder - Part XXXIII (Upholstery wrap-up), Speed Rodder - Part VII (Gas pains), Flathead Jack-In-The-Box (Introducing Flathead Jack's new crate motor), New Crate Carburetor (Holley by Inglese debuts its ZZCC), Weekend Update (Project Pickup rises to new Heidts), Y-Notta Y-Block - Part VI (They don't make Y-blocks like they used to), Bodywork Boogie (Project Hi-Tech Hauler gets its fit and finish) Events - The Boise Roadster Show (The 27th Annual rolls into town), Tulsa '99 (Darryl Starbird's 35th Annual Rod & Custom Car Show) Feature Rods - More Than A Dream (Tim Allen's roadster is debuted), Chevy Vs. Ford (The '32 conflict continues), Third Time Charmer (Gary La Mont's '32 Ford Vicky), Bad Jack (Bill Andrae's '39 Ford 'vert), 4T4JIM (Jim Kilpatrick's '40 Ford), Timeless (Jeff Haggas' Lobeck-built '32 highboy coupe beauty), Four Pack (Four versions of a '32), Spare Parts (Kirk DuQuette whittles another woodie) Departments - For Starters, Street Corner, Rodder Mail, Window Shopper, Tech Tips, Under 30 And In Overdrive, Modeler's Corner, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Cop Shop, SRMA Update, Professor Hammer, Happenings, Henry HiRise, 20 Years Ago
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August
Features - Showcase (Gary Constable's nostalgic-futuristic concept woodie wagon), Legendary Fours And Eights (A hot lap through the historic engine section of the Smith Collection Museum), Garage Scene (Tom Ewing of Yountville, California shows us his digs plus his dare-to-be-different ride), Reader's Art (Seventeen-year-old Trevor David's version of the venerable Model 40), Handcrafted Hardware (SRM visits Rod Tech Hot Rod Products), Parts Bin (Freshen up your engine's internals) Tech - Dashboard Delight (Installing an EMS Smoothdash), Street Rod Clutch (Clutch basics from Centerforce), Lakes Modified - Part VIII (Gettin' buffed), SRM/Holley Road Tour '99 (The chassis takes shape), Weekend Update (Fittin' fat fenders), A Little Pinch Here, A Little Tuck There (Shaping a Deuce frame to a Model A contour), Project Speedrodder - Part XII (Installing a wood tack strip in a 'glass body), The Frankenshine Chop (Lowering the lid right on a '34 pickup), Back To The Future (Tuned port fuel injection for hot rods), Project Hi-Tech Hauler - Part III (More on steering and bodywork), Air Blowing Backward (Air conditioning from a different direction) Events - Salt Lake City Autorama (Celebrates its twenty-fifth year), Tom's Fun Run (Twenty-two years of fun with cars) Feature Rods - The California Spyder (Eric Geisert's '29 roadster), Lil' Yellow Roadster (Ed Meehan's traditional '32 roadster), Hot Rod Angie (Angie Johnson's silver SpeedStar), Understated (Wes King's '36 roadster), Jr.'s Highboy (Jr. Nelson's '29 Ford roadster is his highpoint), Painter's Pride (Richard Glymph's pride and joy '32 highboy), In Yer Dreams (Bobby Ezell's dreamy T-bucket), Seeing Red (Hartman's handcrafter hauler), Four Pack (Roadster Revelry), Basic Black (Ron Dehart's rudimentary Deuce roadster), Force Of Nature (Chris Staneck's potent Deuce highboy) Departments - For Starters, Street Corner, Rodder Mail, Window Shopper, Early Iron, Tech Tips, Modeler's Corner, Under 30 And In Overdrive, Shop Manual, Cop Shop, SRMA Update, Professor Hammer, Happenings, Henry HiRise, 20 Years Ago
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November
Features - SRM Interview (Blackie Gejeian, the Emperor), Garage Scene (The Johnson family's street rod projects), Back? The Kid Never Left Town (Rembering the California Kid), Classic Images (Another East Coast classic rodder) Tech - Basics Of Sheetmetal - Part II (Theory and practice of hammer and dolly), Bumpsteer Stoppers (Baer Racing has the fix for funky fronts), Box Art (Prepping and painting Hi-Tech Hauler's new bed), Bulkheading The 9-Inch Ford (Heavy duty you say!), Not Quite A 9-Inch (An 8.8-inch Lincoln and air suspension for '47-54 GM trucks), Y-Notta Y-Block - Part IX (Block, cylinder heads and cooling), Body And Paint Basics - Part II (A beginner's guide to refinishing), Weekend Update (Project Pickup becomes Holley equipped) Events - It's Back To The '50s (The MSRA holds its annual fling), Street Rodder/Holley Road Tour '99 (The road show rolls to the Rockies), MUROC '99 (A return to our roots), Rocky Mt. Nats (NSRA's mountain top get together turns 15), L.A. Roadsters Father's Day Meet (How many old men help many less fortunate), Street Rodder/Holley Road Tour '99 (A huge show at TiP and a quick trip to York), Goin' Fast Down Under (The Dry Lakes Racers Australia meet on Lake Gairdner for the tenth year) Feature Rods - Hey, Hoss! (It's Blackie's Shish-Kebob special), Job One (Dave Crook's Harry Bradley-designed fabulous '47 Ford convertible), Don's Washington Wonder (Don Wilbur's '29 Ford roadster), A Shaved And Smooth Chevy (Father and son team up to build one great '35 Chevy), Lemon Twist (A cool Dodge coupe from the right coast), Stealthy '37 (Steve Billing's '37 Ford hardtop), In The Wind (Jeff Hargas gets hooked on open-air cruisin'), Eye Candy (Mark Andersen's '36 Ford roadster, "Elusion"), Four-Pack (Phat fenders) Departments - For Starters, Showcase, Street Corner, Rodder Mail, Window Shopper, Reader's Art, Early Iron, Modeler's Corner, Tech Tips, Under 30 And In Overdrive, Shop Manual, Cop Shop, SRMA Update, Professor Hammer, Happenings, Henry HiRise, 20 Years Ago
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December
Features - Shop Tour (Texas-based Harwood Industries), Street Rodder/Holley Road Tour (Onward to Oklahoma with a killer of a roadshow at Stillwater Designs), NSRA Southwest Nats (Rodding country style), Classic Images (Smoke and flames), Hemis: Then And Now (A good thing just got better) Tech - Smarter Than Metal - Part III (Contouring and finishing welds), Another Re-Voltin' Development (Checkin' out Holley's new Annihilator Ignition System), Something Old, Something Borrowed, And Something Fuel Injected (Or, how to have nostalgia and technology, too), Top Secret: Code L31 (GM Performance Parts unleashes the latest in a line of successful crate engines with its Ram Jet 350), Weekend Update (Panning for old), Y-Notta Y-Block (Wrapping it up), Strut Your Stuff (Installing Full Tilt Street Rod's Strut Rod Eliminators), Evolution Of A Street Rod (From sheetmetal to finished rod, and finally to performance), Project Streetrodder - Part XII (Frame finale), Project Hi-Tech Hauler (The truck gets color sanded and buffed), State-Of-The-Art Is A State Of Mind (Hooking up to the latest in fuel injection), Body And Paint Basics - Part III (A beginner's guide to refinishing) Events - Thirty Something (NSRA Nationals turns 30 in Louisville, Kentucky), Swedish Street Rod Nationals (Swedish clubs some together in Rattvik for one grand event), The Great Pacific North"Wet" Nationals (Goodguys heads to Puyalllup, Washington), The 2nd Goodguys PPG Nationals (Is second time a charm for the show in Columbus, Ohio), The 9th Annual New England Nationals (Extreme heat didn't stop these rodders), English Supernats (An American's insight on British street rodding at it's best) Feature Rods - On Track T (Tom Walton tries something different with a '27 Ford roadster), Fire In The Hole (Chuck de Heras shows us his flamed, Hemi-powered '40 Ford Deluxe coupe), Spellbound (Doug Edward's haulin' Hemi '32 coupe), Jersey Jewel (Walt Cartwright moves forward into the past with his '32 Ford roadster), Thunder And Frightenin' (Bill Yorker's wild Willys), N.O.S. Coupe (A former '50s show car is restored), Hemi Under 'Glass (The Goodguys super-hot giveaway Hemi), Southern Dazzler (Johnny Freund's SpeedStar roadster), No Fear? (Roy Fjastad's '32 coupe really grabs your attention) Departments - For Starters, Showcase, Street Corner, Rodder Mail, Window Shopper, Reader's Art, Early Iron, Tech Tips, Modeler's Corner, Under 30 And In Overdrive, Shop Manual, Cop Shop, SRMA Update, Professor Hammer, Happenings, Henry HiRise, 20 Years Ago
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