New/Renewal Subscription – United States

$59.95$99.95

New/Renewal Subscription – United States

$59.95$99.95

Since our “Kookie Kar” cover sold out in record time, we will be starting subscriptions with our “B” cover. It features Barry Lobeck’s flamed ’40 Ford on the front and the Kookie Kar on the back.

The award-winning Rodder’s Journal has been showing hot rods and customs the respect they deserve for more than two decades. With 160+ pages, colorful photography and in-depth stories, it’s more of a book than a magazine.

In each issue you will find a carefully crafted blend of traditional hot rods, classic customs, early drag racing, and the personalities behind one of the world’s most unique and passionate pursuits. From the photography to the writing to the historic content, The Rodder’s Journal is unmatched among automotive publications. It’s the quarterly magazine of record for diehard hot rod and custom car enthusiasts.

Printed with pride in the U.S.A.

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Since our “Kookie Kar” cover sold out in record time, we will be starting subscriptions with our “B” cover. It features Barry Lobeck’s flamed ’40 Ford on the front and the Kookie Kar on the back. 

The award-winning Rodder’s Journal has been showing hot rods and customs the respect they deserve for more than two decades. With 160+ pages, colorful photography and in-depth stories, it’s more of a book than a magazine.

In each issue you will find a carefully crafted blend of traditional hot rods, classic customs, early drag racing, and the personalities behind one of the world’s most unique and passionate pursuits. From the photography to the writing to the historic content, The Rodder’s Journal is unmatched among automotive publications. It’s the quarterly magazine of record for diehard hot rod and custom car enthusiasts.

Printed with pride in the U.S.A.

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