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Issue #73Rodder's Journal Issue #73Rodder's Journal Issue #73

TRJ #73 is loaded with hot rods, customs and stories from coast-to-coast and beyond. In fact, we photographed cars everywhere from the Great Smoky Mountains of Tennessee to the Hawaiian island of Lanai. From a chopped…

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Every issue we work to push the proverbial envelope, and for TRJ #72, we took things to a whole new level. How so? For our newsstand cover, we set up a car-mounted camera to capture Don “The Snake” Prudhomme smoking the tires in his freshly restored…

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 Issue #71

Rodder’s Journal #71 takes a closer look at 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…

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Issue #70

TRJ #70 covers everything from historic and in-progress hot rods to the saga of a long-lost Barris custom. For the newsstand cover, we photographed Mickey Himsl’s freshly refurbished ’29 Model A pickup that he originally built when he was 15…

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 Issue #69

This 170-page issue is our largest in years, and it takes an
in-depth look at everything from homebuilt traditional hot
rods to the 1st Annual Bayou Round Up and the career of
acclaimed metalman Ron Covell. The newsstand cover…

 

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 Issue #68

TRJ #68 covers every aspect of the hot rodding spectrum from ’50s customs to nitro-burning front-engine dragsters. Subscribers are treated to a head-on shot of Keith Hill’s truck-nosed ’33 Ford, while the newsstand cover features Jack Chisenhall’s…

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 Issue #67

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…

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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 …

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Issue #65 Covers-BCovers-A

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 …

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Issue #64 

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, …

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Issue #63 

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 …

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Issue #62 Rodder's Journal Issue 62 Cover BRodder's Journal Issue 62 Cover A

There’s something for everyone in this issue, from Ardun and injected nailhead-powered hot rods to traditional taildraggers, ‘60s drag racing, and coverage of the 2nd Annual Rodder’s Journal Revival…

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Issue #61Rodder's Journal Issue 61 Cover BRodder's Journal Issue 61 Cover A

The fall 2013 issue 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…

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Issue #60Rodder's Journal Issue 60 Cover BRodder's Journal Issue 60 Cover A

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…

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Issue #59Rodder's Journal Issue 59 Cover BRodder's Journal Issue 59 Cover A

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…

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Issue #58Rodder's Journal Issue 58 Cover BRodder's Journal Issue 58 Cover A

This issue features two impeccable Deuce Tudors, each one spotlight-worthy in their own right. Additionally, we highlight the resurgence of an iconic, historically-important ’40 Ford coupe, a Bellflower-era Chevy custom cruiser and…

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Issue #57Rodder's Journal Issue 57 Cover BRodder's Journal Issue 57 Cover A

While we always strive to showcase a mix of historic and newly-constructed hot rods and customs, this issue we were lucky to be able to photograph two features that actually combine the two…

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Issue #56Rodder's Journal 56 Cover BRodder's Journal Issue 56 Cover A

The Rodder’s Journal #56 features the beautiful, gold 1950 Ford sedan of TRJ Senior Contributing Writer, Pat Ganahl on the subscriber cover. The newsstand cover is Dave Mehelich’s survivor ’34 Ford roadster…

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Issue #55Rodder's Journal Issue #55 Cover BRodder's Journal Issue #55 Cover A

The subscriber cover of The Rodder’s Journal issue #55 features Terry O’Herren’s menacing Gasser-style 1931 Ford Model A Victoria. And the newsstand cover features Gary Kessler’s re-creation of his era-defining Deuce highboy roadster…

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Issue #54Rodder's Journal Issue #54 Cover BRodder's Journal Issue #54 Cover A

The subscriber cover of The Rodder’s Journal issue #54 features the recent recreation of the So-Cal Streamliner built by Dan Webb of Burton, Michigan, which debuted at the 2011 SEMA show in Las Vegas, Nevada. The newsstand cover features a ’32 Ford five-window owned by Ronnie and Avis Beasley of Mobile, Alabama…

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Issue #53Rodder's Journal Issue #53 Cover BRodder's Journal Issue #53 Cover A

The subscriber cover of The Rodder’s Journal issue #53 features the Eddie Miller Lakester now owned by Don Ferguson. The newsstand cover features Tom Venezia’s bright orange ’41 Willys…

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Issue #52Rodder's Journal Issue #52 CoverRodder's Journal Issue #52 Cover A

The subscriber cover of The Rodder’s Journal issue #52 features Ryan Reed’s ’37 Ford Standard coupe. The newsstand cover of this issue features the “Takeout T,” a ’23 Ford Model T roadster built and owned by Russ Freund of Post Falls, Idaho…

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Issue #51Rodder's Journal Issue #51 Cover BRodder's Journal Issue #51 Cover A

The subscriber cover of The Rodder’s Journal issue #51 features George Poteet’s 1934 Ford pickup built by The Hot Rod Garage in Denton, Maryland. The “Moody Blue” is shown on the newsstand cover of issue #51 in its current state, after sitting for almost 40 years since it was parked in 1972…

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Issue #50Rodder's Journal Issue #50 Cover BRodder's Journal Issue #50 Cover A

The subscriber cover of The Rodder’s Journal issue #50 features Jim Farley’s ’34 Ford five-window coupe shot on location at Ford Motor Company’s River Rouge complex just outside their Dearborn, Michigan headquarters. The newsstand cover of issue #50 features the recently restored…

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