Issue #74

$15.99

The freshly printed Rodder’s Journal #74 will be heading to subscribers in the next week or so. On the newsstand cover we have a studio shot of the Veazie brothers’ baremetal Model A, which the duo built at So-Cal Speed Shop with the guidance of the late Pete Chapouris. For the subscribers, we have a nostalgic black and white photo of Joe Conforth’s Beach Modified in action at the first annual Race of Gentlemen West in California. Inside, TRJ #74 is jam-packed with features from across the United States and beyond. From chopped and channeled early Fords to scratch built customs to an excerpt on the new Tom Medley book, there’s no shortage of exciting new content. Plus, we’ve filled the front and back of the magazine with more photos, stories and tons of extras that you won’t want to miss.
For the subscribers, we have a nostalgic black and white photo of Joe Conforth’s Beach Modified in action at the first annual Race of Gentlemen West in California. Inside, TRJ #74 is jam-packed with features from across the United States and beyond. From chopped and channeled early Fords to scratch built customs to an excerpt on the new Tom Medley book, there’s no shortage of exciting new content. Plus, we’ve filled the front and back of the magazine with more photos, stories and tons of extras that you won’t want to miss.
Conforth Beach Modified Race of Gentlemen TROG
The Goldtop | By Jordon Shultz Kevin Anderson’s 1963 Riviera is outrageously subtle as well as being subtly outrageous. Dubbed “Goldtop,” the slammed Buick is a full custom by definition, mild custom in spirit—and it’s one of our favorite Rivieras of all time. John Jackson shot the chopped and shaved Rivi near Kevin’s home in Indianapolis.
The 15oz. Coupe Peter Vincent Fuel Altered
Confluence of Influence | By Gerry Burger Justin Veazie’s 1930 Model A takes a fresh spin on the time-honored A-V8. He and his brother, Evin, are both employees at So-Cal Speed Shop and drew inspiration from a number of master craftsmen—including their father as well as the late Tommy Sparks and Pete Chapouris—while building the traditionally styled roadster. We shot the nailhead-powered highboy in baremetal in our studio.
TROG HAMB Race of Gentlemen Romo Motor Festival
Rick Dore Coachbuilt Customs
Stroker Tom Medley

Issue #74

$15.99

On the newsstand cover of the all-new TRJ #74 we have a studio shot of the Veazie brothers’ baremetal Model A, which the duo built at So-Cal Speed Shop with the guidance of the late Pete Chapouris. For the subscribers, we have a nostalgic black and white photo of Joe Conforth’s Beach Modified in action at the first annual Race of Gentlemen West in California.

Inside, TRJ #74 is jam-packed with features from across the United States and beyond. From chopped and channeled early Fords to scratch built customs to an excerpt on the new Tom Medley book, there’s no shortage of exciting new content. Plus, we’ve filled the front and back of the magazine with more photos, stories and tons of extras that you won’t want to miss.

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On the newsstand cover of the all-new TRJ #74 we have a studio shot of the Veazie brothers’ baremetal Model A, which the duo built at So-Cal Speed Shop with the guidance of the late Pete Chapouris. For the subscribers, we have a nostalgic black and white photo of Joe Conforth’s Beach Modified in action at the first annual Race of Gentlemen West in California.

Inside, TRJ #74 is jam-packed with features from across the United States and beyond. From chopped and channeled early Fords to scratch built customs to an excerpt on the new Tom Medley book, there’s no shortage of exciting new content. Plus, we’ve filled the front and back of the magazine with more photos, stories and tons of extras that you won’t want to miss.

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