01 Chris Campbell of Precision Hot Rods and Fabrication

Precision Hot Rods Rust Repair On Door Shells

Restore Rusted-Out 1934 Ford Coupe Door Shells the Right Way By John Gilbert There are a lot of different projects a first-time DIY guy can do...
01 Our Brookville Roadster 3-window coupe body is now “chopped.”

Part 3: Finishing Chopping Your ’32 Ford Three-Window Coupe

Finishing Touches… It’s In the Details By Tony Thacker - Photography by the Author If you have stuck with us through parts 1 and 2 you will...
01 We were very pleased with the ’41 Chevrolet truck headlights modified to fit our ’36 Ford fenders

This Ford Phaeton Gets Some European Flair

Part II: Proper Sealed Beam Headlight Orientation on our ’36 Ford By Gerry Burger - Photography by the Author In our previous issue (Modern Rodding Jan. ’22)...
0 Wrapping Up The Custom Panel _ Lace Paint Job

Part 2: Wrapping Up The Custom Panel & Lace Paint Job

From the experts, how to do custom lace paint job By Brian Brennan - Photography by Tim Sutton https://vimeo.com/645427413 Last month we kicked off what it was going...
0 Finishing Chopping Your ’32 Ford Highboy 3-Window Coupe

Finishing Chopping Your ’32 Ford Highboy 3-Window Coupe

Part 2: Lowering the Lid By Tony Thacker - Photography by Author Cutting up a customer’s brand-new Brookville steel 3-window coupe Deuce body is always a daunting...
31 The stock Late- Model A coupe was brought to Old Anvil Speed Shop with the roof_s visor section already removed

How To Swap a 1932 Ford Top onto a Model A Ford

Part 2: A Perfect Blending of Two Eras By Eric Geisert - Photography by Author In the last issue of Modern Rodding we started the process of...
01 The ’36 Ford lends itself to early customizing trends and few things have a more dramatic effect than eliminating the stock headlights in favor of a pair of ’41 Chevy truck lights

How To Make Custom Headlights For Your Hot Rod

’40s Chevy Truck Headlights Provide Mood Lighting for the ’36 Ford Phaeton By Gerry Burger - Photography By the Author By the mid ’30s automotive styling was...
01 Tom Keyes doing some final tightening of the M_T valve covers on the early Chrysler 354 Hemi

Kandy Brandywine 1932 DeSoto 3-Window Coupe

Tom & Tina Keyes Have a “Deuce” But We are Guessing You Haven’t Seen Many Like This One! By Brian Brennan - Photography by Tom &...
01 Custom Panel Paint Job on a Wagon Roof

Custom Panel Lace Designs on a Wagon Roof

It’s a Fine Line https://vimeo.com/645427413 By Brian Brennan - Photography and Videography by Tim Sutton To get a better feel for what it takes to add your own...
01 The model A coupe has a center line running from front to back to assess squareness

How To Chop the Top On a ’32 Ford Three-Window Coupe – Getting Started

Part 1: Lowering the Lid on a 1932 Ford By Tony Thacker - Photography By the Author Guys typically don’t read instructions, right? Well, I would suggest...