Pack of 20 copies Rolls & Pleats. BRAND NEW! Traditional 1950s Hot Rod magazine. Pick 20 issues of your choice from a list

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This listing is for a pack of 20 brand new copies of Rolls & Pleats magazine. You will find more information about this magazine at the end of this description.

Select the 20 copies you want from the list below. All the front covers are shown on the photos.

When you order, you have to let me know by private message which issues you would like to receive.

I have other listings for Rolls & Pleats here on Etsy:
- a pack of 10 copies,
- a single copy,
- a pack of a T-shirt plus 2 copies.

ISSUES AVAILABLE:

#39 : The Kyle Phillips 1949 Chevy coupe, The "Iron Orchid" 1934 Ford coupe, The "Chemical City Coupe" 1932 Ford coupe, The Jack Stewart 1941 Ford, Bill Jagenow's 1927 Model T roadster, Jon Centracchio's 1932 Ford pickup, Mooneyes Yokohama (Japan), Detroit Autorama, Grand National Roadster Show, TJR Revival in Baltimore, Jalopyrama, Hot Rod Revolution, The Silver City Shakedown, Riverside Car Show (Spain).

#38 : Mooneyes X-mas Party, Long Beach Motorama, Hunnert Car Pile-Up, Grand National Roadster Show (GNRS), Jalopyrama, Mooneyes Yokohama, Detroit Autorama, Throttlers Car Show.

#37 : Chris Casny's 1950 Ford custom, George Poteet's new '32 Ford 3-window coupe, Jimmy Hervatin's "Green Emerald" Model A truck, AJ Elias' 1929 Ford roadster survivor, Detroit Autorama, Lonestar Round-up, Vintage Torque Fest, Jalopyrama, LA Roadster Show, Ink-N-Iron, Mooneyes Xmas Party.

#36 : The Grand National Roadster Show, Customs Then & Now, Long Beach Motorama (including interview with organizer, Trace Edwards).

#35 : Jeff Norwell's "Diamond Deuce”, Bugs' '35 Ford (built by Hollywood Hot Rods), Erik Warner's Model A roadster survivor, Jalopy Showdown, L.A. Roadster Show, Santa Maria, Beatnik Blowout, Mooneyes indoor show in Yokohama, Japan, Mooneyes Show & Drag in Irwindale, CA, Billetproof Washington.

#34 : Chris Casny's black 1931 Model A coupe, The Lonestar Round-Up 2010, Detroit Autorama 2010, Grand National Roadster Show 2010, Jalopyrama, Billetproof Nor-Cal.

#33 : Kim Vranas'"Voodoo Doll" 1927 Ford, Richie Whalen's 1932 3-window coupe (built by the Rolling Bones), Chris Prokopow's 1951 Ford, Ron Carlsten's 227 Bullet Coupe, George Garza's "Brass Nuckle" 1951 Merc, Gary Schroeder's 1932 Ford roadster, Icons of Speed & Style, Hot Rod Revolution, Gene Winfield and Larry Watson show, Throttler's Picnic, Hot Rod Tsunami & Riverside (2 car shows in Spain), Primer Nationals, Billetproof Washington.

#32 : Jack Carroll's 1932 Ford 5-window coupe, Mark Ford's 1931 Model A coupe, Ron Kregoski's "Kookie" T clone, Voodoo Larry's 31 Ford "VooDoo Psychosis”, A visit to the Austin Speed Shop, L.A. Roadster Show, Lonestar Round-Up, Ink 'N' Iron Festival, Detroit Autorama, Motorama 1962 (Indianapolis W.O.W.), Jalopyrama.

#31 : Lonnie Gibertson's Runamucka, John Durfee's 31 Ford Truck, Brian Darwas' '32 Roadster, Richard Freng's '39 Ford Tudor, Steve Wilson's '56 F-100 Ford, Rudi Hillebrand's '31 Ford Coupe, A visit to the Old Crow Speed Shop, Bonneville Speed Week, Grand National Roadster Show 2009, Primer Nats, Mooneyes Xmas, Primer Nationals, Mooneyes Yokohama, Jalopy Jamboree, Billetproof California.

#30 : Dudley Owens' Brian-Bass-built Chevy Fleetline, Ink & Iron, Lonestar Round-Up, LA Roadsters' show, Billetproof North-West, Detroit Autorama, Santa Maria, Midnight Mass, Grand National Roadster Show.

#29 : Scott Miller's 1931 Model A coupe, Hollywood Hot Rod's Open House, Jalopyrama, Mooneyes Christmas, Old Style Weekend (Sweden), Sled Scene East, Billetproof California, Rumble In The Country.

#28 : Bonneville Speed Week, Hot Rod Hayride (UK), Luau For The Lowdown, Primer Nats, Goodguys' Pleasanton, NHRA Museum & Twilight Cruise, LA Roadster Show.

#27 : Chris Casny's '27 Nash Boattail, Paso Robles 2007, S.I.N.S 2007 (Europe's biggest indoor show), Momo of The Crazy Cruisers' '39 Ford ragtop, Paul Beamish's Model A coupe (with matching bike & trailer), Jez Hoye's '32 Ford 5-window (built in 1957), Anton Pegels' '32 Plymouth roadster (built in the early '60s).

#26 : Grand National Roadster Show 2007, Detroit Autorama 2007, Brushes, Needles & Burnouts, Sam of the Scrapers car club's custom 1941 Buick.

#25 : The Norm Wallace roadster (owned by Larry Hook), Darryl Starbird Museum & Shop Tour, Mooneyes Xmas Show - Irwindale Speedway (California), Hunnert Car Pile-Up, The Alter Boys' Jalopy Jamboree, The Jokers' Car Show (Sweden), Bedrock (Denmark), The Lifters' King Of Clubs Show (San Diego), The Lucky Bastards' Minneapolis Messaround.

#24 : LA Roadster Show, Old Style Weekend (Sweden), UK Supernationals, Antique Nationals (California), Bottrop (Germany), The Poor Boys' Midnight Mass, Drag 'N Shop BBQ, So-Cal Open House, Hollywood Hot Rods Open House.

#23 : Lonestar Roundup, Rumble In The Country, Radikal Rodwagen, Viva Las Vegas, Rod 'N' Bobber Alley Show.

#22 : Decalcomania Part 2: Monte (2nd part of a great article on collecting 1950s decals), Mooneyes' Yokohama Show, Detroit Autorama, Grand National Roadster Show, Brushes, Needles & Burnouts, Bonneville Speed Week.

#21 : Decalcomania Part 1 (1st part of a great article on collecting 1950s decals), Mooneyes X-mas Party, Hunnert Car Pile-Up, Pirate Kustoms' Old Style Weekend, Billetproof Nor-Cal, The Pistons' Rumble, Jalopy Jamboree, Sled Scene East.

#20 : Jeff Motes' 1938 Austin, Ed Havin's Olds powered deuce roadster (built by Jimmy White), The Road Agents' Rumble 2005, The Blessing of the Cars 2005, Paso Robles 2005.

#19 : Hot Rod Supernats 2005, Viva Las Vegas 2005, March Meet 2005, Mooneyes' Yokohama Show, L.A. Roadsters' Show 2005, The Loud Mufflers' Paris Car Show 2005, Bottrop 2005, Thorney Island 2005, Connecticut Nostalgia Night.

#18 : Lonestar Roundup, Rumble In The Country, Radikal Rodwagen, Viva Las Vegas, Rod 'N' Bobber Alley Show.

ABOUT THE MAGAZINE:

Launched in 2000, Rolls & Pleats is a top quality magazine, A5 in size, with 60 full color pages, solely dedicated to traditional hot rods and customs. It has the highest quality photos, cleanest and most tasteful layout, most interesting cars and most informed text.

The cars featured have always been amongst the most influential of the moment. All the cars look “right” and are period-perfect. You won't find any bad taste, gimmicky “clown rods” in Rolls & Pleats! And there are also features on historical rods and customs from the '50s and early '60s - always exclusive articles that you won't see elsewhere.

All the major US shows are covered, including Grand National Roadster Show, LA Roadster Show, Lonestar Round-Up, Jalopyrama, Detroit Autorama and more, but also the best shows in Europe, Japan and the rest of the world, which makes this magazine the only one with a truly global approach.

Another thing that contributed to the strength and popularity of Rolls & Pleats is the detailed information that is given on every single car that appears in the magazine. Unlike many other mags, the editor didn’t just toss together photos from car shows, leaving you wondering where those taillights came from or who built the car! Each photo is fully captioned with the right info, given by the owner. If you see a car you like, all the questions you might have about it are answered in the detailed caption.
This listing is for a pack of 20 brand new copies of Rolls & Pleats magazine. You will find more information about this magazine at the end of this description.

Select the 20 copies you want from the list below. All the front covers are shown on the photos.

When you order, you have to let me know by private message which issues you would like to receive.

I have other listings for Rolls & Pleats here on Etsy:
- a pack of 10 copies,
- a single copy,
- a pack of a T-shirt plus 2 copies.

ISSUES AVAILABLE:

#39 : The Kyle Phillips 1949 Chevy coupe, The "Iron Orchid" 1934 Ford coupe, The "Chemical City Coupe" 1932 Ford coupe, The Jack Stewart 1941 Ford, Bill Jagenow's 1927 Model T roadster, Jon Centracchio's 1932 Ford pickup, Mooneyes Yokohama (Japan), Detroit Autorama, Grand National Roadster Show, TJR Revival in Baltimore, Jalopyrama, Hot Rod Revolution, The Silver City Shakedown, Riverside Car Show (Spain).

#38 : Mooneyes X-mas Party, Long Beach Motorama, Hunnert Car Pile-Up, Grand National Roadster Show (GNRS), Jalopyrama, Mooneyes Yokohama, Detroit Autorama, Throttlers Car Show.

#37 : Chris Casny's 1950 Ford custom, George Poteet's new '32 Ford 3-window coupe, Jimmy Hervatin's "Green Emerald" Model A truck, AJ Elias' 1929 Ford roadster survivor, Detroit Autorama, Lonestar Round-up, Vintage Torque Fest, Jalopyrama, LA Roadster Show, Ink-N-Iron, Mooneyes Xmas Party.

#36 : The Grand National Roadster Show, Customs Then & Now, Long Beach Motorama (including interview with organizer, Trace Edwards).

#35 : Jeff Norwell's "Diamond Deuce”, Bugs' '35 Ford (built by Hollywood Hot Rods), Erik Warner's Model A roadster survivor, Jalopy Showdown, L.A. Roadster Show, Santa Maria, Beatnik Blowout, Mooneyes indoor show in Yokohama, Japan, Mooneyes Show & Drag in Irwindale, CA, Billetproof Washington.

#34 : Chris Casny's black 1931 Model A coupe, The Lonestar Round-Up 2010, Detroit Autorama 2010, Grand National Roadster Show 2010, Jalopyrama, Billetproof Nor-Cal.

#33 : Kim Vranas'"Voodoo Doll" 1927 Ford, Richie Whalen's 1932 3-window coupe (built by the Rolling Bones), Chris Prokopow's 1951 Ford, Ron Carlsten's 227 Bullet Coupe, George Garza's "Brass Nuckle" 1951 Merc, Gary Schroeder's 1932 Ford roadster, Icons of Speed & Style, Hot Rod Revolution, Gene Winfield and Larry Watson show, Throttler's Picnic, Hot Rod Tsunami & Riverside (2 car shows in Spain), Primer Nationals, Billetproof Washington.

#32 : Jack Carroll's 1932 Ford 5-window coupe, Mark Ford's 1931 Model A coupe, Ron Kregoski's "Kookie" T clone, Voodoo Larry's 31 Ford "VooDoo Psychosis”, A visit to the Austin Speed Shop, L.A. Roadster Show, Lonestar Round-Up, Ink 'N' Iron Festival, Detroit Autorama, Motorama 1962 (Indianapolis W.O.W.), Jalopyrama.

#31 : Lonnie Gibertson's Runamucka, John Durfee's 31 Ford Truck, Brian Darwas' '32 Roadster, Richard Freng's '39 Ford Tudor, Steve Wilson's '56 F-100 Ford, Rudi Hillebrand's '31 Ford Coupe, A visit to the Old Crow Speed Shop, Bonneville Speed Week, Grand National Roadster Show 2009, Primer Nats, Mooneyes Xmas, Primer Nationals, Mooneyes Yokohama, Jalopy Jamboree, Billetproof California.

#30 : Dudley Owens' Brian-Bass-built Chevy Fleetline, Ink & Iron, Lonestar Round-Up, LA Roadsters' show, Billetproof North-West, Detroit Autorama, Santa Maria, Midnight Mass, Grand National Roadster Show.

#29 : Scott Miller's 1931 Model A coupe, Hollywood Hot Rod's Open House, Jalopyrama, Mooneyes Christmas, Old Style Weekend (Sweden), Sled Scene East, Billetproof California, Rumble In The Country.

#28 : Bonneville Speed Week, Hot Rod Hayride (UK), Luau For The Lowdown, Primer Nats, Goodguys' Pleasanton, NHRA Museum & Twilight Cruise, LA Roadster Show.

#27 : Chris Casny's '27 Nash Boattail, Paso Robles 2007, S.I.N.S 2007 (Europe's biggest indoor show), Momo of The Crazy Cruisers' '39 Ford ragtop, Paul Beamish's Model A coupe (with matching bike & trailer), Jez Hoye's '32 Ford 5-window (built in 1957), Anton Pegels' '32 Plymouth roadster (built in the early '60s).

#26 : Grand National Roadster Show 2007, Detroit Autorama 2007, Brushes, Needles & Burnouts, Sam of the Scrapers car club's custom 1941 Buick.

#25 : The Norm Wallace roadster (owned by Larry Hook), Darryl Starbird Museum & Shop Tour, Mooneyes Xmas Show - Irwindale Speedway (California), Hunnert Car Pile-Up, The Alter Boys' Jalopy Jamboree, The Jokers' Car Show (Sweden), Bedrock (Denmark), The Lifters' King Of Clubs Show (San Diego), The Lucky Bastards' Minneapolis Messaround.

#24 : LA Roadster Show, Old Style Weekend (Sweden), UK Supernationals, Antique Nationals (California), Bottrop (Germany), The Poor Boys' Midnight Mass, Drag 'N Shop BBQ, So-Cal Open House, Hollywood Hot Rods Open House.

#23 : Lonestar Roundup, Rumble In The Country, Radikal Rodwagen, Viva Las Vegas, Rod 'N' Bobber Alley Show.

#22 : Decalcomania Part 2: Monte (2nd part of a great article on collecting 1950s decals), Mooneyes' Yokohama Show, Detroit Autorama, Grand National Roadster Show, Brushes, Needles & Burnouts, Bonneville Speed Week.

#21 : Decalcomania Part 1 (1st part of a great article on collecting 1950s decals), Mooneyes X-mas Party, Hunnert Car Pile-Up, Pirate Kustoms' Old Style Weekend, Billetproof Nor-Cal, The Pistons' Rumble, Jalopy Jamboree, Sled Scene East.

#20 : Jeff Motes' 1938 Austin, Ed Havin's Olds powered deuce roadster (built by Jimmy White), The Road Agents' Rumble 2005, The Blessing of the Cars 2005, Paso Robles 2005.

#19 : Hot Rod Supernats 2005, Viva Las Vegas 2005, March Meet 2005, Mooneyes' Yokohama Show, L.A. Roadsters' Show 2005, The Loud Mufflers' Paris Car Show 2005, Bottrop 2005, Thorney Island 2005, Connecticut Nostalgia Night.

#18 : Lonestar Roundup, Rumble In The Country, Radikal Rodwagen, Viva Las Vegas, Rod 'N' Bobber Alley Show.

ABOUT THE MAGAZINE:

Launched in 2000, Rolls & Pleats is a top quality magazine, A5 in size, with 60 full color pages, solely dedicated to traditional hot rods and customs. It has the highest quality photos, cleanest and most tasteful layout, most interesting cars and most informed text.

The cars featured have always been amongst the most influential of the moment. All the cars look “right” and are period-perfect. You won't find any bad taste, gimmicky “clown rods” in Rolls & Pleats! And there are also features on historical rods and customs from the '50s and early '60s - always exclusive articles that you won't see elsewhere.

All the major US shows are covered, including Grand National Roadster Show, LA Roadster Show, Lonestar Round-Up, Jalopyrama, Detroit Autorama and more, but also the best shows in Europe, Japan and the rest of the world, which makes this magazine the only one with a truly global approach.

Another thing that contributed to the strength and popularity of Rolls & Pleats is the detailed information that is given on every single car that appears in the magazine. Unlike many other mags, the editor didn’t just toss together photos from car shows, leaving you wondering where those taillights came from or who built the car! Each photo is fully captioned with the right info, given by the owner. If you see a car you like, all the questions you might have about it are answered in the detailed caption.

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