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Street Rodder

August 2019

STREET RODDER is the #1 authoritative source for how to and technical information, event coverage, the latest features and emerging trends all devoted to the world of street rodding.

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on the road

Our street rod hobby is celebrating in August. The 50th NSRA Street Rod Nationals is going to be the event of the year, talked about for years to come. The ARP/STREET RODDER Road Tour will be there and our Speedway Motors Road Tour from Lincoln, Nebraska, to Louisville is shaping up to be the biggest Tour of the summer. It begins on Friday, July 26, in Lincoln as we head east to Omaha to visit Andy and Diane Anderson at Gas Pump Heaven. They are the source for gas pump restoration parts, globes, and signage. From there it’s a short drive to CAL Automotive Creations to spend time with Andy Leach and his team who built the 2013 Ridler Award winner and many other beautiful vehicles. We will start Saturday at one…

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for starters

In the world of hot rodding, and especially the world of magazines, there is probably no more a famous project vehicle than Project X, the iconic yellow '57 Chevy. It came to life in the early ’60s at Popular Hot Rodding magazine. (Under the watchful eye of Bill Elliott, Lee Kelly, and Lenny Emanuelson. Of course, many of the photos were taken by Steve Reyes, a legendary drag race photographer.) It was used to experiment with all manner of aftermarket accessories but it was truly known for performance to attack the quarter-mile in chase of the ever-quicker e.t.’s and faster trap time. For starters, Project X has led a historic life as a magazine project vehicle. So, in terms of length of service, there is no other magazine project vehicle that…

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street rodder

EDITORIAL Network Content Director Douglas Glad Network Director, Street Rod and Super Chevy Groups/Editor Brian Brennan, brian_brennan@motortrend.com Senior Managing Editor Sarah Gonzales Feature Editor Tim Bernsau tim_bernsau@motortrend.com Tech Editor John Gilbert john_gilbert@motortrend.com Tech Editor Rob Fortier rob_fortier@motortrend.com Contributing Tech Writer Ron Ceridono Contributing Writer, East Coast Chuck Vranas Contributors Rodney Bauman, Tommy Lee Byrd, Gerry Burger, Ron Covell, Jerry Dixey, Eric Geisert, Ken Gross, Barry Kluczyk Robert McGaffin, Josh Mishler, Dale Moreau, Greg Sharp, Chris Shelton, Jeff Smith, Tim Sutton Contributing Artists Bob Hovorka, Jeff Norwell, George Trosley Web Content Editor Jordon Scott DESIGN Design Director Markas Platt mplatt@enthusiastnetwork.com ADVERTISING Associate General Manager Yasmin Fajatin Eastern Sales Director Michael Essex, (863) 860-6023 Western Sales Director Scott Timberlake, (310) 531-5969 Advertising Operations Manager Monica Hernandez Advertising Operations Coordinator Patricia Ludi TEN: PUBLISHING MEDIA, LLC Chairman Greg Mays President Kevin Mullan SVP, Editorial & Advertising Operations Amy Diamond General Manager, Aftermarket Automotive Network Tim Foss General Manager, In-Market…

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window shopper

Wanna Drag? Mickey Thompson Tires & Wheels says drivers of customized street and high-horsepower strip applications can have true drag race look and performance with the expanded Sportsman S/R front radial tire line. Four new “skinnies” have been added to the Sportsman’s S/R line to complement the popular 26- and 28-inch options: 27x6.00R15LT, 27x8.00R15LT, 27x6.00R17LT, and 27x8.00R17LT. Featuring a unique flamed tread pattern, custom sizing, long life, and a smooth ride, the Sportsman S/R radial is a must-have for street rodders and drag racers alike. Mickey Thompson Tires & Wheels (330) 928-9092 mickeythompsontires.com Gas on a Wire Clayton Machine Works’ billet drive-by-wire pedal assembly is pre-programmed at the factory for specific OEM and aftermarket EFI applications, including crate engines. Included with each D-B-W pedal assembly is an application-specific wiring harness that works in conjunction with the…

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street corner

The Roadster Show’s Non-Roadster Award Al and Mary Slonaker founded the Grand National Roadster Show in 1949. In 1974 the Al Slonaker Memorial Award was created to recognize the best non-roadster at the show. Previously, any non-roadsters have been eligible to compete, regardless of when they were built. For 2020, eligibility will be limited to vehicles being unveiled in finished form at the GNRS. Vehicles must be capable of full movement under their own power. No photos or video of the finished vehicle may be published prior to its unveiling. Judges will select the winner based on originality, style, design, craftsmanship, engineering, and functionality. The winner will receive a prize of $12,500 and a trophy from Automotive Racing Products, the presenting sponsor. RodShows.com, owner of the Grand National Roadster Show, recently…

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Her name is Debbie Walls and she has contributed to the upgrade of thousands of street rods over the past three decades. Maybe yours. Debbie and her husband, Skip, are the founders of Lokar Performance Parts as well as hard-core hot rod enthusiasts. It’s always interesting to find out what the people who create performance and dress-up products for our hobby, people like Skip and Debbie, have in their personal corral. In their case, the list has been long and includes race cars and muscle cars in addition to street rods. One of Debbie’s favorites is this burgundy ’40 Ford convertible named “Lucille.” It made its public debut in 2017, but Debbie has owned it since the day she first saw it in 1990. “I spotted the ’40 Ford convertible at…