Issue #7

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Issue #7

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Among the features are a Larry Braga-built ’29 Ford roadster, history of the Artie Johnson/Rich Chaco Deuce roadster, Doug Vaughn’s Bellflower-style ’52 Chevy, Connie Kalitta’s restored “Bounty Hunter” dragster from the ’60s, and the inside story on Cadillac’s first overhead V8.

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Among the features are a Larry Braga-built ’29 Ford roadster, history of the Artie Johnson/Rich Chaco Deuce roadster, Doug Vaughn’s Bellflower-style ’52 Chevy, Connie Kalitta’s restored “Bounty Hunter” dragster from the ’60s, and the inside story on Cadillac’s first overhead V8.

RJ Times

  • The Tom Morris roadster
  • Larry Braga-built wooden circle track racers
  • Dick “Magoo” Megugorac’s chopped Merc custom project

Features

  • Road trip scrapbook featuring Richard Hill’s Track T, Tony Brown’s chopped ’48 Chevy pickup, the River City Reliability Run, gratuitous burnouts and Woodies on the Wharf
  • Connie Kalitta’s Logghe-chassied, blown Hemi-powered Bounty Hunter Top Fueler
  • Wally Parks, Jerry Kugel and Al Teague on the Bonneville Experience
  • Dan Zank’s Larry Braga-built ’29 Ford roadster
  • History of Cadillac’s 1949 OHV V8
  • Doug Vaughn’s mild custom ’52 Chevy, written and illustrated by Steve Stanford
  • Kinmont brakes history
  • Tom Medley’s history, artwork, and his ’40 Ford coupe
  • Hot rods and customs at the Oakland Museum of California, including the Rod & Custom “Dream Truck,” John D’Agostino’s “Stardust,” Competition Coupes and belly tanks, and the California Kid ’34 Ford, among others
  • Artie Johnson/Rich Chaco Deuce roadster history

Features

  • Ken Gross and Pat Ganahl on the first ever Hot Rod class at Pebble Beach
  • Restoration of the Hirohata Merc, owned by Jim McNiel
  • Baremetal Feature: Brookville Roadster’s new Deuce three-window body
  • Tommy Thickstun history
  • Throwback hot rods at England’s Rock’N’Roll Weekend
  • Bill Vinther’s chopped ’34 Ford coupe
  • Artist Profile: Ken Dallison
  • Ray Bartlett and Meade Baldwin Jr.’s early Chevy hot rods
  • Pete Chapouris, Alex Xydias and the rebirth of So-Cal Speed Shop
  • Follow-up on Mike O’Neill’s chopped Deuce three-window (featured in baremetal in issue #1)

Additional information

Weight2 lbs
Dimensions11 × 13 × .5 in
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