Last of the Lifetime Subscriptions Available Wednesday!
Due to the overwhelming interest in our Lifetime Subscriptions, we are releasing one more batch Wednesday, September 30th at 9 a.m. West Coast time. During our past two offerings, the demand simply outpaced the supply. We have heard your feedback at car shows, online and over the phone; we hope this will satisfy the demand while also giving more readers a chance to get involved in this exclusive program. From a business perspective, the only way we can responsibly do this is to raise the price to $300 (plus $10 shipping) in the United States and $400 (plus $10 shipping) for international readers. Although this is a significant price increase, we feel that this is still a bargain for a lifetime worth of Rodder’s Journal and a Lifetime Membership package. This last batch of Lifetime Memberships is limited to 500 people.
In our attempt to keep this fair for everyone, we’re announcing this promotion a day in advance. The membership package is the same as our initial offer and it includes:
- Every future issue of The Rodder’s Journal
- Brass dry lakes-style timing tag with the Lifetime Member logo, stamped with your personalized membership number
- Custom Lifetime Member t-shirt
- Lifetime Member windshield decals that identify you as a diehard TRJ supporter
- Lifetime Membership Certificate of Authenticity signed and numbered by TRJ publisher Steve Coonan
- Vintage car club-style TRJ Lifetime Member courtesy card
We will start taking calls and web orders at 9 a.m. West Coast time. To receive your Lifetime Subscription, you must speak with a sales associate or receive an online confirmation number. You will not get a Lifetime Subscription if you leave a message, send an email or contact us via social media. When ordering by phone or online, please limit yourself to one device to help keep the website and phone lines open and running smoothly.
*Membership is non-refundable and non-transferable.
TRJ #67 Now Available!
The Rodder’s Journal #67 is filled with everything from historic drag cars to a freshly built custom. The subscriber cover features TRJ’s own Deuce roadster. Although it was originally built in the 1990s, it has all the hallmarks of a mid- to late- ’60s Deuce highboy. On the newsstand cover is Beau Boeckmann’s clone of the famed “Grasshopper” Model T roadster, built by Galpin Auto Sports. Complete with a fully chromed blown Olds engine and candy green paint, it’s a fully functional recreation of Geraghty and Crawford’s old hot rod from the ’50s.
Also in this issue are a quartet of chopped Model A coupes, a full custom ’51 Chevy, the late Jerry Magnuson’s last hot rod project in baremetal and much more.
While shooting feature cars and assembling each story, we compiled some video in our travels that captures some of the excitement you’ll find in this issue. Turn up the volume and check it out below!
Issue #66 is hot off the press and being shipped across the globe this spring. We’ve assembled a trailer filled with rare footage and behind-the-scenes action. Check it out below.
Make sure to head over to our store for a closer look at two of our box sets: The Rex Burnett print collection and the Vintage Catalog collection. We shot these short videos to give you an idea of what it’s like to see, hold and experience the products firsthand. We hope to bring you more product videos in the near future.
Learn more about the Vintage Catalog box set here.
Learn more about the Rex Burnett box set here.
Browse Our Previous Issues
The Rodder’s Journal #66 features historically significant Ford coupes on each cover. On the newsstand version is the recently completed Pierson Brothers’ ’36 and the subscribers get an exclusive glimpse at the Bill Breece ’32…
On the cover of this issue, subscribers are treated to Kevan Sledge’s beautiful 1940 Mercury taildragger, while those of you who pick it up on the news stand get a glimpse at Steve Centracchio’s Missouri-based Stovebolt …
The covers feature a classic rod and custom pair that consists of the Valley Custom-built Ron Dunn shoebox Ford and a classic yet contemporary traditional Deuce highboy roadster. The Ron Dunn Ford graces the subscriber cover in baremetal, which is being restored by Steve Frisbie and his crew at Steve’s Auto…
The Rodder’s Journal #63 cover features Lee Pratt’s recently restored Watson-style ’55 Chevy Nomad, which was a show winner and magazine feature car when Lee first completed it in the late-’60s. On the newsstand cover is Bill Grant’s late-’50s/early-’60s-style full-fendered Deuce roadster…
There’s something for everyone in Rodder’s Journal issue #62, from Ardun and injected nailhead-powered hot rods to traditional taildraggers, ‘60s drag racing, and coverage of the 2nd Annual Rodder’s Journal Revival…
The fall 2013 issue of The Rodder’s Journal features two historically important ’32 Fords, one on each cover. The subscriber cover showcases the return of the Eastwood-Barakat Deuce Tudor, and the newsstand cover evokes pure nostalgia with the Doane Spencer Roadster…
The 2013 summer issue features two impressive 1934 Ford coupes, one on each cover. Although both are nostalgic hot rods powered by vintage V8 engines, they couldn’t be more different. On the newsstand cover is the Randy Bianchi-built orange ’34…
The spring issue features two highly anticipated, beautifully crafted roadsters. One is the Brizio-built, AMBR-winning Track T roadster owned by John Mumford. The other is the Indy inspired, Dave Simard-built deuce highboy owned by Jim Farley…
We have literally thousands and thousands of images that we have never published in The Rodder’s Journal. Some are outtakes from features, some are from before TRJ was founded back in 1994, and some are historic photos that we have collected over the years. Our intention is to post as many as we can here along with short bits of copy and captions to give some basic information and context. We plan to post these photos in groups in between our normal magazine and book publishing chores. Check back often, as we plan to update this portion of our website frequently.