Issue #54

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Issue #54

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Features include the replicated So-Cal Streamliner built by Dan Webb, a pair of heavily raked ’32 Ford coupes from Johnson’s Hot Rod Shop in Gadsden, Alabama, Keith Charvonia’s chopped and customized ’51 Kaiser coupe, which started as a four-door sedan, and Pat Ganahl’s history of the “Berdoo ’32.”

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Features include the replicated So-Cal Streamliner built by Dan Webb, a pair of heavily raked ’32 Ford coupes from Johnson’s Hot Rod Shop in Gadsden, Alabama, Keith Charvonia’s chopped and customized ’51 Kaiser coupe, which started as a four-door sedan, and Pat Ganahl’s history of the “Berdoo ’32.”

RJ Times

  • Tom Medley’s ’40 Ford coupe after the fire
  • Wooden replica of a baremetal Model A coupe
  • Jim Farley’s Indy-inspired Deuce highboy under construction at Dave Simard’s shop
  • The Quarter Mile Foundation: “Hand Grenade” Harry Hibler and friends document drag racing history

Features

  • Scott Roberts’ low and lean, bronze ’41 Ford pickup
  • The “Berdoo ’32”: history of a classic street, lakes and drag racing roadster from San Bernardino, California
  • Keith Charvonia’s Winfield-painted, chopped ’51 Kaiser custom
  • Dan Webb’s recreation of the Alex Xydias/Dean Batchelor So-Cal Streamliner
  • Deuce Duo: Ronnie and Avis Beasley’s ’32 five-window and Rodney Harris’ ’32 three-window, built by Johnson’s Hot Rod Shop
  • Excerpt of Eric Zausner’s book Spindizzies: Gas Powered Model Racers documenting the history of miniature automotive racing
  • Texas drag racing and hot rodding history with lifelong rodder Eddie Baumann
  • History of the iconic Vertex magneto

Additional information

Weight2 lbs
Dimensions11 × 13 × .5 in
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