Rodder’s Journal #83 is filled with a diverse mix of hot rods, customs and racecars from coast to coast and beyond. Best of all, it’s printed with pride right here in the United States. Every issue of TRJ is a labor of love, and this one is no exception. This time around, we photographed a Deuce coupe survivor and explored the saga of “The Uncertain-T.”
We road-tripped across Missouri in a ’39 Ford sedan, shared the tale of customizing pioneer Jimmy Summers, and took a closer look at a sliced and diced Model A coupe inspired by the Chrisman Brothers’ record setter. On top of that, we have nostalgia drag racing, an axle-dropping tutorial and a gallery of customs from our friends at Deadend.
We’re happy with how it turned out, and we hope that you feel the same.