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America's street rodding authority, Street Rodder covers the sport from the inside out. The cars are the focus, and reader get the inside scoop on the hottest new models, engineering developments, and a special section devoted to the future of the sport. Plus, details on past and future worldwide street rod events.
This magazine is the ultimate authority in vintage rides. The content of Street Rodder is written and put together by actual enthusiasts of the topic, which really validates the information for me. The articles are really technical - not just some fluff that really has no value at all. There is always great coverage of national Street Rod shows, which is probably my favorite feature of the magazine. I definitely recommend a subscription to Street Rodder to anyone out there who shares this same hobby.
I can always count on Street Rodder to give me the hottest classic automobiles in each issue. No other magazine beats this one in its dedication to cars built prior to '49. Whether you're interested in building, modifying or collecting, you'll find Street Rodder both interesting and informative. Every issue gives me a fix of my favorite hobby, and really fuels my interest to keep learning more about all types of street rods and nostalgia cars. This magazine boasts a great reputation for its awesome photographs, car profiles and coverage of street rod shows and events. I've also found the product reviews to be really useful in my modifying work, and I appreciate that a single publication keeps me up to date on so many aspects of the automobile industry.
I love streetrods. I like '58 Chevys. I used to buy Streetrodder for Streetrods, now I get 60's Fords and 50's Chevys mixed in. Is there a conspiracy? What is the date you use to qualify to be a Street Rod? Pre-49? Please don't tell me '72! That leaves out the '49 Ford and the 58 Chevy in the March issue. The February issue has a nice '51 Chevy and a smooth '60 Ford Starliner. Leave out non streetrods and if you need to fill the pages put in the girlie on the cover of the February issue. (I know she's post 48!) Thanks loads! Rodman