Fawcett Book 156 How to Build Hot Rods
Contents and Featured Cars
Fred Larsen's 1928 Ford Model A Roadster
Thomas E. Foster's 1932 Ford
Bill DeVore's 1932 Ford 3-Window
Vincent E. Gardner's 1947 Studebaker
Vincent E. Gardner's Vega
Jim DuBont's 1936 Ford Coupe
Jim DuBont's Beast No 2
Tom Beatty's Belly Tank
Jim Woods' 1932 Austin
Bob Arner's Streamliner - The Freak
Guy Wilson's 1925 Ford Model T Sedan
Jim Woods' 1922 Ford Model T Roadster
Eddie Miller's Lakester
Jim DuBont's Beast
How Many Horses? - By Louis Senter, Ansen Automotive
Porting and Relieving
Cams - By Ed Almquist, Jr., Almquist Engineering & Manufacturing Company
High Compression Heads
Poor Man's Hop-Up - By Louis Senter, Ansen Automotive
Full-Race for Records - By Alex Xydias, So-Cal Speedshop
Looking for Trouble - By Lou Baney, Ansen Automotive
Gearing for Speed and Power
Conversion Table R.P.M to M.P.H.
The Steering Story
Shocks and Springs
Dropping 'em Down - By Neil Emory]] and Clayton Jensen, Valley Custom Shop
Create Your Own Custom Body - By Vincent E. Gardner
Chop the Top - By Bill Thompson, Studio Process Bodies Co
And Now - Fiberglass Bodies - By John A. Wills, Wilro Co.
How to Buy a Used Hot Rod - By Jim DuBont, DuBont Motors
Pet Speed Secrets
Tools of the Trade
Don't Be Half-Safe - By Louis Hochman
More Dash for the Rambler Nash - By Fran Newman
-A Class Coupe
-B Class Coupe
-C Class Coupe
-D Class Coupe
-A Class Sedan
-B Class Sedan
-A Class Roadster
-B Class Roadster
-C Class Roadster
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