Our 2017 Subscription Drive ends tonight at midnight. We have a few spots left—there’s still time to get your limited edition Keith Weesner T-shirt and a shot at a full feature in a future issue of The Rodder’s Journal.

With the window of opportunity ever-closing, the submissions continue to roll in like never before. Jon Centracchio of West Springfield, Massachusetts, is responsible for this chopped and channeled Deuce five-window with a dual-carbed Olds.

With the window of opportunity ever-closing, the submissions continue to roll in like never before. Jon Centracchio of West Springfield, Massachusetts, is responsible for this chopped and channeled Deuce five-window with a dual-carbed Olds.

Everyone who subscribes before Thursday, August 17th at 11:59 p.m. West Coast time will get:

1) A FREE TRJ T-shirt featuring artwork by Keith Weesner. This is a rare opportunity to own a Weesner original that’s only available to those participating in the subscription drive. A limited run has been printed—when they’re gone, they’re gone.

2) A once-in-a-lifetime shot at getting your rod or custom featured in TRJ. When you sign up, send a picture of your car to editorial@roddersjournal.com, include your name and mention the Subscription DriveThe Editorial Staff will choose the winner on August 18th. For more details, see the rules at the bottom of the email.

3) Four (one year) or eight (two years) 170-plus-page issues of TRJ filled with the best traditional hot rod and custom car journalism in print. Hot rods, customs, race cars, vintage photo collections, you name it—if it has to do with traditional hot rodding, it’s in The Rodder’s Journal

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Andy Osborne, Escondido, California - 1932 Ford Roadster, built in '50s show rod style in the United Kingdom and still residing there, hence the license plate

Andy Osborne, Escondido, California – 1932 Ford Roadster, built in ’50s show rod style in the United Kingdom and still residing there, hence the license plate

Steven Daily, Auckland, New Zealand - 1933 Ford Tudor, photographed while on the New Zealand Interislander Ferry between the North and South Island during a road (and water) trip

Steven Daily, Auckland, New Zealand – 1933 Ford Tudor, photographed while on the New Zealand Interislander Ferry between the North and South Island during a road (and water) trip

Tony House, Queenwood, New Zealand - 1929 Ford roadster powered by a 394cid Oldsmobile Rocket

Tony House, Queenwood, New Zealand – 1929 Ford roadster powered by a 394cid Oldsmobile Rocket

Simon and Jim Rose, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada - 1924 Ford Coupe, which maintains its stock sheetmetal but is built to drive

Simon and Jim Rose, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada – 1924 Ford Coupe, which maintains its stock sheetmetal but is built to drive

Steven Bernston, Goleta, California - 1932 Ford, "The Jack Stratton Roadster," originally built by Roy Brizio Street Rods and assembled on stage at the 1990 Oakland Roadster Show

Steven Bernston, Goleta, California – 1932 Ford, “The Jack Stratton Roadster,” originally built by Roy Brizio Street Rods and assembled on stage at the 1990 Oakland Roadster Show

Rules:

1) All submissions must be sent to editorial@roddersjournal.com and must include name of the person the submission is for

2) We encourage you to post on Instagram using #roddersjournal and #trjsubdrive2017 as well as Facebook. Number of likes will be taken into consideration but will not be the deciding factor. Winner will be chosen August 18th.

3) International customers will have to pay the shipping cost for the T-shirts.