TRJ #71 Out Now!
We’re excited to announce TRJ #71 is now available, and it’s filled with rods and customs from across the spectrum, including a survivor 1932 Ford five-window that was painted in the late-’50s and a chopped and sectioned F-1 pickup in baremetal. Subscribers are treated to a studio shot of the aforementioned Titian Red Deuce, while Wayne Carini’s scratch built “Moal Speedway” is the centerpiece of the newsstand cover.In this issue, we also have the story of longtime Northern California rodder Dick Bertolucci, Riviera artwork by Steve Stanford, Super Bell Axle founder Jim Ewing’s wheelstanding T-bucket, hot rodding history from Canada’s westernmost province and much more.
The Many Lives of Dick Bertolucci
The Story of a Northern California Icon
By Dave Wallace
Wayne Carini’s Moal-built Speedster
By Ken Gross
The Best Survivor ’32 We’ve Ever Seen
By Pat Ganahl
Fresh Approaches to a Time-Honored Favorite
By Steve Stanford
Jim Ewing’s Wheelstanding Roadster
By Joe Kress
All Lit Up
A Missouri Metalman Builds a Radical F-1
By Curt Iseli
Greetings From Vancouver Island!
Western Canada’s Rodding Roots
By Joey Ukrop