March 1957 Rod & Custom
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: Jerry Woodward’s Model A Thunder Rod feature; Chopping a convertible top; Air Suspension can be a breeze – part I; Tim Rochlitzer’s 1956 Custom Cadillac; Barris Meets the Truck – Part IV; Dale Hartong’s 1929 A drag roadster and Otis Smith’s 1927 T drag roadster features; Jim Berg’s 1949 Chevy Convertible feature; Norman Seymour and the world’s smallest V-8; Hopping up the Ford OHV’s – Part IV; Don Sherwin’s 1941 Ford convertible feature; Harry Muscio’s custom 1950 Ford convertible pickup feature; Roger Kilborn’s 1955 Chevy Reader’s Car of the Month feature; plus more great features, tech articles, and editorial.
This Rod & Custom mini-page magazine features all the stuff that made it one of the best.