The New Year is here, and we’re celebrating with a 25% off flash sale to commemorate our 25th anniversary. From now until Tuesday at 11:59 p.m., use the code TAKE25 online or over the phone to take 25% off your entire order. This sale applies to all in-stock merchandise—including TRJ subscriptions!
During the holidays, we sold out of a number of TRJ favorites. Since then, we’ve replenished our inventory, so make sure to check our website for items you may have missed last month. From Hot Rod Empireand Churchto 25th anniversary T-shirts and back issues, there’s never been a better time to pick up something new from The Rodder’s Journal.
To place an order, click the box above or give us a call at (800) 750-9550 in the United States, (877) 479-2627 in Canada or (650) 246-8920 internationally.
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25th Anniversary Favorites
Hot Rod Empire
Hot Rod Empire takes an inside look at Robert E. Petersen’s life as well as the growth of his highly successful publishing company, which was responsible for Hot Rod, Rod & Custom, Car Craft and others during our hobby’s Golden Age. This 208-page hardcover follows his path from a U.S. Army Air Corps photographer to a media mogul, and it’s loaded with 250 rare and tons of never-before-seen photos from the Petersen archives.
Yes! The sale applies to our special edition TRJ calendars. Originally $19.95 apiece, they’re now $7.50. Only 2,500 have been printed, and each has been signed and numbered by the publisher. These are almost sold out—get yours while supplies last!
In 1948, Fred “Bill” Fisher opened California Bill Speed Equipment & Publications, and it wasn’t long before he started producing manuals to help hot rodders get the most out of their engines. More than 60 years later, these books have stood the test of time, and we’re excited to offer them—exactly as they were originally printed—in our TRJ Library.
We have: The Ford Speed Manual, 1952 Edition; How to Hop Up Ford & Mercury V8 Engines; Chevy, GMC & Buick Speed Manual; and How to Hop Up Chevrolet & GMC Engines.We recently purchased the last remaining stock from the publisher, so when they’re gone, they’re gone.