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Hot Rod Deluxe September 2019

Hot Rod Deluxe is the magazine that brings you nothing but traditional hot rodding. In every issue, HOT ROD DELUXE delivers vintage photography from the Hot Rod magazine archives that you just can't get anywhere else.

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who gets to say when a hot rod is finished?

While walking through the car show area at Steve Gibbs’ Nitro Revival 3 (which we will cover next issue), I had an interesting conversation with Sean McDougall, who built the bare-metal, Hemi-powered Model A coupe we featured in Nov. 2016, both on our cover and in the story “Malarkey.” I didn’t see the car at the show. Sean said it was back at his shop, apart, the victim of a spun rod brought on by some “spirited driving.” Something about oil starvation during high-speed cornering. That’s not usually an issue for a buggy-sprung hot rod, but since the suspension under Sean’s coupe mixes traditional and race-car parts, he can pull higher g loads around a corner than most Model As. With the car apart, Sean was considering making some changes. “I’ve…

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hawaiian blast-off

Mike Snively’s Top Fuel Eliminator win at the fourth annual HOT ROD Magazine Championship Drags earned Roland Leong’s Hawaiian dragster a cover feature in the Aug. 1967 HRM. The “Leong-Black-Long-Snively big iron,” as the magazine’s John Thawley described the Hawaiian in his June 1967 race coverage, had set the low elapsed time and top speed of the meet, 7.07 and 218.44, before facing Glenn Brown in the Top Fuel final. “Mike Snively, in a car still being created, left on a full green and roared to another 7.07 e.t. and a top speed of 221.66 miles per hour,” Thawley wrote. “Leong and [Keith] Black looked like the Pepsodent twins on their way down the push-car road.” Petersen Publishing’s photography director, Bob D’Olivo, shot the tire-frying August cover, the photos for the feature…

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roddin’ @ random

CHALLENGER 2 JOINS CHALLENGER 1 IN DAYTONA MUSEUM It has been a busy time lately for the World’s Fastest Piston-Powered Man, Danny Thompson. He recently retrieved his 448-mph record-setting Challenger 2 from the Museum of Speed in Wilsonville, Oregon, and towed it to the Dry Lakes Racing Hall of Fame museum in Buellton, California (Mendenhall’s Museum of Gasoline Pumps & Petroliana), where he and the car were inducted into the 2019 class, along with Team Vesco’s 503-mph Turbinator II turbine car, and the Gyronaut X1 Triumph streamliner motorcycle. As soon as that ceremony was over, Thompson headed for the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America Museum, towing Challenger 2 on an open trailer 3,000 miles to the Daytona International Speedway complex in Daytona Beach. When he arrived he put the car on…

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scene at the 2019 lonestar round up

Austin, Texas, is known for many things: the Live Music Capital, South by Southwest, Austin City Limits, barbeque, and of course as the capital of the Lone Star State. One more thing to add to that list, at least for one weekend in April, is the epicenter of customs and traditional cars thanks to the Lonestar Round Up. For the past 18 years, the Round Up has pulled rodders from across the country, and even the world, to Austin for a weekend of hot rodding fun. The show, which was started and is still hosted by the Kontinentals Car Club, welcomes ’63 and older rods of all sorts and celebrates the hot rodding culture in Texas style. When the Kontinentals first gathered on a football field nearly two decades ago to spend…

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scene at the 2019 jalopyrama

Jalopyrama, a small but eagerly anticipated Southern Maryland one-day hot rod show, is now in its 15th year. Mike Szuba and the Rusty Nuts Hot Rod Group have made each year’s installment memorable, assisted by Jay Fitzhugh and a large cast of volunteers. From its beginnings at the Glen Burnie National Guard Armory, the show has had a few different Maryland locations. It has been held in small National Guard armories, then at the Carroll County Agricultural Center. It has found a new home at the Talbot County Community Center in Easton, on the Eastern Shore. The formula is simple. The Rusty Nuts rent a small building that holds 50 to 60 cars that are on hand “by invitation only,” and there’s usually a large parking lot where 200 or so…