Lighted Zeppelin Fender Guides + Zeppelin Antenna Topper

by The Hot Rod Company Thursday, August 19, 2010 10:29 PM


Here's a pair of classic style fender guide lights for 1930's-1940's cars and trucks. Assembly is Chrome die cast with high quality construction and lighted with a LED that works with 6 volt or 12 volt systems. Clamps to the fender edge and is adjustable height from 11-1/2" to 18-3/4". Priced per pair.

Here's a neat retro antenna topper that includes mounting hardware and allen wrench. Super nice quality die cast and chrome plated. Size is 2-1/2" long, 3/4" wide, 1-1/2" high. Choose from the four colors.



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KUSTOMS Illustrated #26

by The Hot Rod Company Sunday, August 08, 2010 06:09 PM

The digest sized magazine for and about "Traditional Style" Lead Sleds! New issue!

KUSTOMS Illustrated #26


Stromberg Carburetor – The Choice For Remington Lakester Recreation

by The Hot Rod Company Thursday, July 22, 2010 09:15 PM

Stromberg is proud to announce their participation in the recent unveiling of the recreation of Phil Remington’s 1941 lakester. Unveiled at a special party honoring Phil, who will be 90 this year, at the NHRA Museum in Pomona during LA Roadster weekend, the blue roadster was an exact recreation by Burton, Michigan’s Dan Webb. Webb hosted the party for 400 of Phil’s closest friends, including Dan Gurney, Stu Hilborn, and more.

Built in 1941 and raced at the lakes from 1946-1948, the roadster consistently ran over 130 MPH running a 21 stud Ford flathead fed by two Stromberg 97 carburetors. As Dan Webb wanted this to be a perfect recreation of the beautiful lakester, he needed to look no further than our reissue of the winning Stromberg 97.

Though the new Stromberg 97 looks exactly like it did almost 70 years ago when Phil chose them on his ground-breaking race car, internal improvements have been made to eliminate leaking, warping of the body and other problems that racers and hot rodders faced. Now, it’s the perfect choice in more ways than one. Congratulations to Phil Remington and Dan Webb for creating and recreating one of the greats from hot rodding’s past.


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The NEW Genuine Stromberg Chrome 97 Carburetor

by The Hot Rod Company Sunday, May 23, 2010 06:22 PM

Check out the details of the NEW Genuine Stromberg Chrome 97 carburetors. These are real works of art, the finsh and details are top notch and are not matched anywhere. The chrome finish is the finest available and note how even the fuel inlet and choke plate are chrome plated.


More fine details: Here you can see how the idle adjusting screws are chrome plated and the fine detail chrome plating around the 97.



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Just in! Check out the New HOT ROD Deluxe - July 2010!

by The Hot Rod Company Saturday, May 15, 2010 04:30 PM

Check out the new HOT ROD Deluxe! There's a great story on the The Valve Burners club and the Cotton Chopper plus a very nice blood red AV8 Coupe.

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1946-1948 Ford Flathead Spark Plug Wiring

by The Hot Rod Company Friday, May 07, 2010 08:26 PM

Here's a handy graphic of the 1946-1948 Ford Flathead Spark Plug Wiring and firing order. Flatheads for ever!



Ford Flathead V8

Model A with Magnum 5" Drop I-Beam Axle

by The Hot Rod Company Wednesday, March 31, 2010 02:52 PM

Are you wondering what a Magnum 5" dropped I-Beam looks like on a Model A?  Well, here you go!  It's a drilled 5" Magnum Axle on a 1929 Model A Tudor.



Installing the Stromberg Throttle Return Bracket

by The Hot Rod Company Wednesday, March 17, 2010 09:52 PM

The Stromberg Throttle Return Bracket really helps with thottle return set ups.  The picture below shows how it's installed:


Rolls & Pleats #33, Traditional Rod & Kulture #21 and Garage #21

by The Hot Rod Company Friday, February 26, 2010 02:58 PM


New KUSTOMS Illustrated #24!

by The Hot Rod Company Friday, January 22, 2010 10:01 AM

Check out the new KUSTOMS Illustrated #24! There's a great "work in progress" feature of Glenn's '35 5-window coupe turning into a Westergard style custom. Plus a lot more.



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