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Since the beginning of our hobby, there have been divisions amongst the ranks. Roadster guys vs. coupes and sedans. Pre-’48 street rodders vs. everyone else. Muscle cars vs. hot rods. We’re all into something different. And the magazines have reflected that. There’s always been a rag that features one more than the other. Well, there’s a new magazine on the shelves that aims to give everyone what they want.

Moddern Rodding is committed to showing what’s happening in our hobby and will not concern itself with labels. You’ll see pro touring muscle cars next to traditional hot rods. High tech LS swaps next to flathead how to’s. And it’s being brought to you by many familiar names that have been creating the magazines that we love for decades. Check out the September/October issue here.

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