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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by mcmopar, Mar 8, 2013.

  1. mcmopar
    Joined: Nov 12, 2012
    Posts: 1,733

    from Strum, wi

    I read Classic Trucks, and Rod and Custom. My Rod and Custom only has 2 months left, so I am looking for a new one to fill the void. I was not happy with it so no renewal. I was getting Street Rodder, but I would read a article in there, then next month it would be in Classic Trucks. So what magazines do you read that would be H.A.M.B. friendly.
  2. I only read the mags for me
  3. i look at street rodder,rod and custom , street scene, goodguys gazette, hotrod, car craft and a couple of for/mustang mags im subscrided to all of them but there is very little i actually readf in them

    like street rodder i allways read "fix ems" and car craft i usually only read krass and berney
  4. One subscription,,"Rodders Journal" HRP

  5. rod & custom-the rodders journal and hot rod deluxe
  6. 57Custom300
    Joined: Aug 21, 2009
    Posts: 1,397

    from Arizona

    YBlock Magazine, Rod & Custom. Used to get Street Rodder, good mag. May get it again.
  7. chico'72
    Joined: Sep 4, 2007
    Posts: 75

    from Belgium

    car kulture deluxe
    rod and kulture
    rolls and pleats

  8. jazzfidelity
    Joined: Sep 19, 2011
    Posts: 371


    Hemmings Motor News, Hemmings Classic Car, Kustoms Illustrated
  9. Traditional Rod and Custom
    Hot Rod Deluxe
    Rodders Journal
    Hot Rod

    I also get a monthly Mustang mag, Car Craft, and motorcycle mag (only because all of the subscriptions were less than $5 a year...)
  10. 73super
    Joined: Dec 14, 2007
    Posts: 778


    Everything from Car Culture Deluxe, Hemmings Classic Car to some of the Classic european car mags.. I love it all.
  11. edcodesign
    Joined: Mar 30, 2007
    Posts: 4,633


    Rod & kulture, rod & custom, good guys.
  12. Anderson
    Joined: Jan 27, 2003
    Posts: 7,150


    None. Almost everything in a magazine I see on the internet first, or it will be posted about online after its featured anyway.

    At an easy $5 a pop, I usually read through them once and then they become clutter. That's hot rod money.

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  13. cracker head
    Joined: Oct 7, 2007
    Posts: 968

    cracker head

  14. I use to subscribe to most of the hot rod oriented magazines,,many titles are a memory.

    With the advent of the internet and sites like the Hamb I see no need to spend my hard earned money on all the printed materials on the news stand.

    It's more than worth it to me to help support the Hamb with my Alliance Membership than to have even bigger stacks of magazines in the back bedroom that I never read. HRP
  15. jesse1980
    Joined: Aug 25, 2010
    Posts: 1,355


    Hemings motor news, vintage Motorsport, smoke signals, muscle car review, garage style magazine, and Hemings muscle machines, all are delivered to my home every month. Antique power too, but that's for antique tractors.
  16. 5window
    Joined: Jan 29, 2005
    Posts: 9,282


    Hemming's, TRJ, Streetrodder, Carcraft,Hotrod-the latter two are only $10 a yr come on!. I get these weird professional discount offers (I'm a vet) so I get Superstreet,Lowrider and some others for free?! There's always something interesting in a car mag-weird application,tech I am not into yet,etc. Our library gives away old mags so I pick up aviation and outdoor mags too for inspiration.

    Of course, there are 2 or 3 professional mags, Smithsonian, National Geographic, American Heritage, Central PA,Sports Illustrated and a few more-I like to read.
  17. I get a magazine or two that have been comming for years, they always send me a deal that says my subscription is up and I just ignore it. :eek:

    I usually read in the crapper so whatever is in there is what gets read. The rest of the time I have the HAMB. The wife says that she is going to get me an I-pad so my bathroom time doesn't get wasted. :D
  18. Any of the traditional type mags. like Hot Rod Delux, Rod Kulture, etc. and The Rodders Journal. I keep the Rodders Journals and sell the others for $2.00 to $3.00 a back issue at car parts meets and car shows. Sell every back issue I take for that price:D. That way the current mags only cost me about $3.00 a copy ;). This Sat. 03/09 is the first parts meet in MD (Howard Co Fairgrounds) and I have about 500 back issues ready to sell along with several hundred 1950's and 60's Car Craft, Rod & Custom and Hot Rods.
  19. Rodder's Journal
    Rod & Kulture
    Car Kulture Deluxe
    Ol' Skool Rodz
  20. Zombie Hot Rod
    Joined: Oct 22, 2006
    Posts: 2,453

    Zombie Hot Rod
    from New York

  21. 40fordtudor
    Joined: Jan 3, 2010
    Posts: 2,503


    Street Rodder and R&C---when R&C runs out it will be S/R only.
  22. Tin Can
    Joined: Nov 18, 2005
    Posts: 2,096

    Tin Can

    Traditional Rod and Kulture
    Kustoms Illustrated
  23. Rodders Journal and Kustoms Illustrated are my only subscriptions nowadays. I pick up Hot Rod Deluxe occasionally.

    Quit Street Rodder, Rod and Custom a few years back, not much useful content and they always offer new subscribers better rates than they do for renewals. In the sixties, Hot Rod was essential, with Car Craft often bought on the news stand. I liked custom Rodder and Street Rod Builder, but they died years ago.
  24. Nobey
    Joined: May 28, 2011
    Posts: 1,465


    Hot Rod & Hot Rod Deluxe....
  25. I've bought so many mags over the gets kind of silly.

    Now I annoy the counter jockeys and flip through all the mags...if there's something new or interesting...done deal. If its the more of the same...they sit on the shelf.

    But!!! you can never go wrong with Rodders Journal...always learn something new and interesting
  26. xhotrodder
    Joined: Jul 2, 2009
    Posts: 1,662


  27. saltflats
    Joined: Aug 14, 2007
    Posts: 12,150

    from Missouri

    Playboy except for the pages that are stuck together
  28. partsdawg
    Joined: Feb 12, 2006
    Posts: 3,402

    from Minnesota

    With nearly 5,000 magazines sitting around and nothing newer than 1971 I have options.
    Most are late 1940's through 1964.
    I prefer to read real world testing on new cars from say...1955 than rehashed articles from subsequent years.
    The featured hot rods in the magazines are a true example of what Joe Average drove.There are the immaculate high dollar rides for sure but also a number that wouldnt be discussed here due to build style and quality.
  29. 61 chevy
    Joined: Apr 11, 2007
    Posts: 891

    61 chevy

    how come their never any hot rod mags at doc office ????
  30. Jimbo17
    Joined: Aug 19, 2008
    Posts: 3,955


    I read Auto Art Magazine for inspiration and to read about some very very creative artists and pinstrippers.


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