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How To Lower a Car's Headlights (and Raise It's Status)
We tend to regard the headlight as a functional necessity but it played a pretty critical styling... more
Bear Jaw Door Latches for Street Rods
A common safety enhancement to early cars is the installation of modern rotary, or bear jaw door... more
Bolt-on Lowering the 1957 Ford Ranch Wagon
It all began with a simple check of my 1957 Ford Ranch Wagon. The car had been seeing very little... more
Professor Hammer - July 2014
Ron Covell answers readers' questions about types of solders and how to deal with plastic body... more

Street Rod Blogs

Ron Cizek's 1940 Ford Coupe
That’s Andy Leach, the builder of this year’s Don Ridler Memorial Award winner... more
Powermaster Performance to offer free tech inspect at NSRA Street Rod Nationals
For five years in a row, Powermaster Performance has offered its services at the NSRA Street Rod... more
Miller Electric Is Saving You Money This Month
"Passion. Pride. Craftsmanship." You're darn right! ... more
The Eagle One Golden Rule Award Has Been Announced!
 Many of you know Eagle One is a company known for its automotive appearance products. Heck, I even... more
eBay Built Gasser Van
The editors of Hot Rod are in the process now of building this '68 Chevy Van for the 2012 SEMA Show... more

Street Rod Forums

'23 T street shaker
Saw the article from last year about the '23 T Street shaker......can anyone tell me what tires are... more
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What brilliant person or persons decided that custom truck AND custom classic trucks was not worth... more
Fuel tank neck spillage
I have a 1930 Model A with two 8 gal fuel tanks and electronic cutover switch. The necks to the... more
8 Gal fuel tank spillage
I have a 1930 Model A with two 8 gal fuel tanks and electronic cutover switch. The necks to the... more
8 Gal fuel tank spillage
I have a 1930 Model A with two 8 gal fuel tanks and electronic cutover switch. The necks to the... more
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