August 1963 Popular Hot Rodding Magazine

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August 1963 Popular Hot Rodding

Magazines are complete and range from F to NM condition.

Grading is as follows:

NM – little to no cover wear or creasing with spine showing little to no use wear

EX+ - very subtle cover wear and very minor creasing with spine showing only subtle use wear.

EX -very subtle cover wear and creasing with spine showing very subtle wear

VG – some subtle cover wear and creasing with spine showing some minor use wear

Good – some noticeable cover wear and creasing with spine showing some average use wear.

Fair – noticeable cover wear and obvious creasing with spine showing above average use wear and possibly loose to the staples.

All magazines we sell include magazine pages in excellent, readable condition with most older magazines showing some level of yellowing mostly around the edges due to age.

This Issue Includes: Simple Speed Projects you can do; Larry Hughes’ custom T bucket roadster feature; 1964 Turbine Engines – Tomorrow’s Power for Hot Rods; Pick-Up Rods – Richard Walters’ 1931 A, Paul Buckingham’s 1927 T, Jim Street’s 1925 T, Herm Rost’s 1929, Walter Pasternak’s 1928, Carls’ Body Shop 1932, Alexander Brothers’ “Grasshopper,” and Rick Keatinge’s 1929; Instant Hot Rod; Ed Fredette’s 1918 T bucket roadster feature; H.G. Schaller’s Quarter Cam; Tridents Car Club show from the Los Angeles Sports Arena; Carburetors for Rodding; Gallery of Great Cars – Ade Knyff’s C/Modified Coupe, Jim Travis’ 1929 Ford Roadster, Roger Ryan’s Custom 1957 Chevy, Don Gallant’s 1955 Chevy, Dick Ikanda, Bob Joy, and P. Dunkly’s drag coupe, Walt Rucker’s Model A Coupe, and Bill Martin’s Chevy-powered dragster; Pop Rod Debate: Roadsters – Classic vs. Custom; Following Don Moody’s new dragster build; plus more great vintage photos, features, and editorials.

Just a fantastic Popular Hot Rodding issue from the early days of hot rodding