Street Rodder - 2005

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March
Feature Rods - Orange Crush (How Brent and Stephanie Schieder saved a '39 Deluxe from death); Stunning! (This Mercury-series Chevy might be smaller, but she'll give her bigger sibllings a serious run for their money); The Discovery Deuce (Bill Lindig's '32 Ford Roadster); Chevy 'Glass (Jeff Moore's '35 SpeedStar dressed in formal wear); An Effective Calling Car-d (Metropolis Speed and Custom builds a winner) General Features - Milestones: Candyman (The many faces of Andy's Instant T); Road Tour 2004 (An Iron Man run to the finish) Events - The Golden State Nationals (A California cruise-in); The Southeast Nationals (NSRA's season finale); Goodguys Southeast Nats (Show 'n' shine in the South takes on a whole new meaning); 2nd Annual Eastern States Nationals (The Right Coast Association obviously did its homework when the group went into the planning stages to develop its latest event) Tech - Setting Things Straight (Align your street rods frontend at home); Steering A Straight Course (Sometimes moving forward requires a few steps back...or how to make a street rod a little more hot rod); Two Ways To Tilt (The newest and coolest way to get under your car's hood); Roll Out! (What you need to know about tire selection) Departments - For Starters; Showcase; Street Corner; Rodder Mail; Window Shopper; Four Pack; Early Iron; Shop Manual; Under 30; Professor Hammer; Hall Of Fame; Henry Hirise; 20 Years Ago
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April
General Features - Roll To The Left, Roll To The Right...(It's about antiroll); Racer Rodders (SRM visits Jack Howerton and John Capels); Shopin' Around (Hot rods and restorations) Feature Rods - Shot Through The Heart (Neil Brislawn's adventure-laden '36 that was worth all the trouble); The Tale Of Two Willys (Al Brockly and Bill Baron's Detroit Autorama show stealers); Bloodshot (It's what happens when you build one of the finest street rods in just 14 months); Wild Sedan (If you ever needed a reason to have children, read this); Hey Porter! (Greg Porter's low-pro '34 Ply-Mo) Events - Scottsdale's Lucky Seven (Goodguy's 7th Southwest Nationals); The Alter Boys (3rd Annual Jalopy Jamboree); 32nd Ty-Rods Club Old Timers' Reunion Tech - Twice As Nice (Fat Man's Vintage IFS); Insta-Lakes (An obvious addition to any nostalgia roadster); Top Chop Part I (When in doubt, slice, slice, slice); The Magnificient Seven (A few of the coolest products seen at SEMA); Oh Nuts (Making sure they're right) Departments - For Starters; Web Table Of Contents; Showcase; Street Corner; Rodder Mail; Window Shopper; Four Pack; Early Iron; Shop Manual; Professor Hammer; Hall Of Fame; Henry Hirise; 20 Years Ago
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June
Feature Rods - A "T" To Toast (Ken Littell's '24 Ford Roadster); The Little Deuce Coupe (It's here, the reproduction steel Deuce coupe from Hot Rods & Horsepower); Back Roads Pick 'Em Up (Don Pagano's '33 Ford Pickup); Channeled, Chopped & Over The Top (Brian Frick's '29 Ford Lowboy Sedan); Resto-Rod Perfection (J.C. Sparkman's '34 Ford Sedan); From Rust To Rod (Tom Drew's '36 Olds Coupe); Wolf In Sheep's Clothing (Jerry Eckholdt's '39 Ford Coupe); Show Spotlight (Royce Glader's '29 Ford Roadster Pickup); From Concept To Reality (Jeremy Bach's '34 Dodge Pickup); Big Island Beauty (Tony Rodriguez's '39 Ford Coupe); Sensational Stovebolt (Steve Rohrbaugh's '30 Chevy Sedan) General Features - 50 Years Of The Chevy Small-Block (Love 'em or hate 'em, there's no denying its popularity); Swap Meet Car Builds, Turlock Revisited (Comparing prices and availability, one year apart); Manufacturer's Showcase (Looking for a catalog, here's a great place to start) Events - The 56th Grand National Roadster Show (No questions you will see more than one of America's Most Beautiful Roadsters); The 31st Salt Lake City Autorama (Here's how they do the indoor season in Utah); The 31st Annual World Of Wheels (It's the East Coast and it's the dead of winter so it must be Boston) Tech - A Crate It Ain't (Ford Racing Performance unleashes power to the street); Small It Isn't (Chevrolet's most powerful and largest small-block is the new LS7); Heat Sponge (An entirely new way at looking at welding metal); Go With The Flow (Keeping your cool with lots of flow); Chop-Top: Part 3 (Smoothing out the rough edges on our top chop); Road Tour '05 (It's time to roll our body onto a rolling chassis); Easy Heat (This brings new meaning to "a bun in the oven") Departments - For Starters; Showcase; Street Corner; Rodder Mail; Window Shopper; Four Pack; Early Iron; Shop Manual; Professor Hammer; Hall Of Fame; Henry Hirise; 20 Years Ago
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