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How to Build a 1932 Ford Street RodHP1478 [Jay Storer, Editors of Street Rodder Mag.] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The only thing better than building these awesome street rods is driving them! Step-by-step guides provide all the information needed to build show-winning '32 Ford street rods from the ground up
How to Build A 1935-1940 Ford Street Rod HP1493 [The Edt. of Street Rodder Mag.] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Build a show-winning street rod from the ground up. A step-by-step guide to building Ford street rods from 1935-1940 although much of the material can be applied to any street rod project. Chapters include chassis
“Kid”, I started my email with to STREET RODDER’s website producer is the first thing you do is get Vintage Air’s first day of 2018 Road Tour posted!
Man, oh, man…I have been blessed to make some fantastic friends over the years. I can remember seeing stories about MidWest area street rods in various magazines by Dennis Parks, and to think that he and I have become good friends over the last few years kinda still blows my mind.
For the first time ever, Marineland Street Rods’ annual rod run on Saturday May 5, 2018 (the day before the swap meet and car display) is full.
With the very best in hot rod and custom photography, writing, and history, The Rodder's Journal is unmatched amongst automotive publications.
There is still a vibrant hot rod culture worldwide, especially in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia and Sweden.  The hot rod community has now been subdivided into two main groups: street rodders and hot rodders.Lifestyle
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Roy Brizio Street Rods in South San Francisco is celebrating their 37th year in business. The Rodder's Journal staff spent the day at the annual open house.