TRJ #66

Issue #66

The Rodder’s Journal #66 features historically significant Ford coupes on each cover. On the newsstand version is the recently completed Pierson Brothers’ ’36 Ford three-window, fresh from a complete nut-and-bolt restoration. The subscriber cover features the immaculate recreation of the famed Bill Breece Deuce three-window, with its well-dressed 2×4-fed 303 Olds. Inside you’ll find everything from 1960s’ Midwest indoor car show coverage to a lifted ’64 Impala custom, a pair of “Street Freak” tri-five Chevrolets, coverage from the third annual TRJ Revival and an interesting expose on our recently published Vintage Catalog Box Set.

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Tale of two Chevys

The Koenen Bros. & Dan Glover 

By Joe Kress

Full Circle

Lowrider meets mild custom

By Curt Iseli

Hidden in Plain Sight

Mid-America rod and custom scene

By Spencer Murray

Moonpics

A look through the Mooneyes Collection

By Pat Ganahl

Double Duty

Return of the Pierson Bros.’ ’36 Ford

By Gerry Burger

Trifecta at Pimilco

The Revival wins again

By Gerry Burger

Breece

The Breece Coupe II

Show-stopping Deuce recreated

By Pat Ganahl

The History of Speed

Vintage Catalog Box Collection set

By Curt Iseli

 

TRJ Videos

 

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.

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