Tuesday, August 01, 2017

Happy 75th issue to Rodder's Journal! 75 issues of any quarterly publication is an accomplishment worth celebrating.

This milestone issue is jam-packed cover to cover with the best cars and history from across the United States. On the newsstand cover we have Harry Luzader’s 1932 Ford Gasser—a five-window that we consider to be the quintessential Deuce drag car.

 For the subscribers, Dave Russell’s homebuilt 1931 Ford Victoria on location near Richmond, Virginia.

 Inside, TRJ #75 covers just about every facet of our hobby. From Ed “Big Daddy” Roth’s flamed F-100 shop truck to a rod and custom pair from Fabian Valdez at Vintage Hammer Garage, there’s no shortage of traditional content. In addition they've included a commemorative 75th anniversary three-page foldout.



  1. Been reading the Rodders Journal for years. I pass my copies on to a buddy when I finish - about four issues behind right now! If you are into rods and customs at all this is probably the best publication ever. They cover the whole gamut with a lot of concentration on the roots of hot rodding. Great pictures from the '50's and '60's in almost every issue.

  2. I have the first 40 issues, but #01 the glue failed on the spine so it's almost loose leaf.