In every issue of The Rodder’s Journal, we take a closer look at the components and processes that bring hot rods and custom cars to life. Through the years we’ve written about everything from quickchanges to chrome plating, as well as the people that make it all happen.
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TRJ #69: Let It Ride: Marrying Stance and Performance with Art Morrison Enterprises
TRJ #68: Evolution of Power: Building a Potent Street Performer a Little at a Time
TRJ #66: Beyond Nuts and Bolts: ARP and the Art of the Fastener
TRJ #65: Rubber Revival: Coker’s Dirt Trackers and Bias-Look Radials Have You Period Correct From the 40s Through the 70s
TRJ #63: Top of the Line: Sid Chavers’ Removable Roadster Tops
TRJ #62: Waterborne Identity: PPG and the Evolution of Automotive Finishes
TRJ #61: Period Perfect: Modern Offerings for ’50s and ’60s-Era Rods and Customs
TRJ #60: Speed Shop: So-Cal Sacramento & SF Flatheads Ultimate Hot Rod Emporium
TRJ #59: Johnson’s Kinmonts: A New Take on Vintage Styling for Modern Brakers
TRJ #58: Rocket Racings and E-T Wheels: Where Nostalgia is King
TRJ #57: Self-Made Speed: The History of Cragar and Bell Auto Parts
TRJ #54: Powermaster: Masters of Disguise
TRJ #53: Dynamat: A Sound Foundation
TRJ #52: Vintage Air