Issue #1

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Issue #1

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Our premier issue from the spring of 1994 clearly established the editorial focus of The Rodder’s Journal. Features range from early Ford coupes and roadsters (including Mike O’Neill’s Deuce coupe shot in baremetal in our studio—an industry first) to Tony Feil’s “Moonglow II” chopped Chevy custom and Jeff Cryan’s ’41 Willys Gasser. Historical profiles cover everything from Von Dutch and Darrell Mayabb to a cross-country road trip with Pete Chapouris and Jim Jacobs.

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Our premier issue from the spring of 1994 clearly established the editorial focus of The Rodder’s Journal. Features range from early Ford coupes and roadsters (including Mike O’Neill’s Deuce coupe shot in baremetal in our studio—an industry first) to Tony Feil’s “Moonglow II” chopped Chevy custom and Jeff Cryan’s ’41 Willys Gasser. Historical profiles cover everything from Von Dutch and Darrell Mayabb to a cross-country road trip with Pete Chapouris and Jim Jacobs.

Features

  • 1970s cross-country road trip with Jim Jacobs and Pete Chapouris in “Jake’s Coupe” and “The California Kid”
  • Baremetal Feature: Mike O’Neill’s Dave Simard-built ’32 Ford three-window
  • NSRA Street Rod Nationals scrapbook
  • Tony Feil’s “Chop Top Charlie” Brewer-built ’54 Chevy custom—a tribute to Duane Steck’s “Moonglow”
  • Excerpt from Pat Ganahl’s book Von Dutch: The Art, the Myth, The Legend
  • Peter Evans’ chopped ’36 Ford three-window
  • Jim Stroupe’s ’27 T highboy roadster
  • Ray Bartlett’s chopped, full-fendered ’34 Ford three-window
  • Artist Profile: Darrell Mayabb
  • The first NHRA Hot Rod Reunion at Bakersfield
  • Road testing the Deuce highboys of Butch Martin, Richard Glymph and Lenny Smith
  • Jeff and Linda Cryan’s ex-C/Gas ’40 Willys
  • History of hot rod publishing, including Hot Rod Magazine, Rod & Custom, Throttle and others

Additional information

Weight2 lbs
Dimensions11 × 13 × .5 in
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