Modern Rodding Issue 2


1932 Ford Highboy Sedan; 1955 Chevy; America's most beautiful roadster; 1968 Mustang; 1936 Ford Coupe; Achieving the perfect shine; Installing heat, cool and defrost in your street rod; CPP Control Arm Assemblies; Adding details to your metalworking; Alloway's Hot Rod shop; 1932 Ford Highboy roadster



Sangster the Gangster: 1932 Ford Highboy Sedan doubles the fun

Prepare for Departure: 1955 Chevy becomes more than expected

AMBR: Four letters that tell a story... America's most beautiful roadster

Ford for all time: This 1968 Mustang ranks high on the growing list of iconic blue ovals

Twist of Fate: This 1936 Ford coupe is all about a special vibe


Achieving the perfect shine: A lot of knowledge followed by a lot of effort

It's as simple as hot and cold: Installing heat, cool and defrost in your street rod

Control Freak: CPP Control arm assemblies will simplify your 1964 Chevelle suspension rebuild

Embossing Metal Panels: Adding details to your metalworking


Alloway's Hot Rod Shop: A peek at what's coming


Ken Thurm's 1932 Ford Highboy Roadster

Sept/Oct 2020