Street Rod Life

Video Playlist – Spring 2017


Video Playlist consists of interesting videos we came across on the internet. Whether historical, funny, dramatic or technical, we thought they might be of interest to our street rod community. 


This episode features Lonnie Johnson of CPC Customs, who has found his niche building one-off customs and hot rods while overcoming the challenges of owning a fabrication shop in a small rural Mississippi town. If Johnson can’t find a replacement part, he uses the minimal tools at his disposal and the teachings of his mentors to make it, in the process creating rolling works of art.

In the 1950s hot rods were becoming a menace and the movie studios started to crank out hot rod themed films such as this one. This sappy story has loads of great shots of period roadsters!

Boost is a lifestyle with the cars here form Blown Mafia! Brad Grey’s collection showcases some of the most badass and outside of the box you’ve seen.

From the 2016 NSRA Street Rod Nationals the 1955 Chevrolet Nomad Wagon “Gone Mad 55″ was built by Classic Car Studio.


My Classic Car TV heads to the world famous hot rod farm in Montville, New Jersey to hang with the Dead Man’s Curve Hot Rod Club.

This Wild Peterbilt Hot Rod Semi Truck is one of the more unique builds we have come across on YouTube!

Some of the coolest rides in the Midwest on display at the 2016 Vintage Torque Fest in Dubuque, Iowa.

Learn how the Ford V8 engine came to be in this great documentary.


From Print Volume 3, Issue 1