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Pack of 10 copies Continental Restyling. 1950s Rockabilly magazine. Pick 10 issues of your choice from a list

Pack of 10 copies Continental Restyling. 1950s Rockabilly magazine. Pick 10 issues of your choice from a list

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This listing is for a pack of 10 copies (new old stock) of CONTINENTAL RESTYLING magazine. Pick up the 10 issues 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 Continental Restyling here on Etsy:
- a listing for single copies (you can order one copy, or several);
- a pack of 20 copies.

Published in London, CONTINENTAL RESTYLING was by far the best rockabilly lifestyle magazine of the 1990s. A total of 45 issues were produced from 1993 until 2000. Each issue typically features coverage (with loads of cool photos, in b&w) of large rockabilly events (in Europe and the USA), smaller gig reports, articles on 1950s clothes/ hot rods/ tattoos etc., interviews with DJs/ event organizers/ band members, plus record reviews, etc.


ISSUES AVAILABLE:

#9: SOLD OUT.

#10 (1995): Fairmount rockabilly weekend 1995, interview with DJ Mouse, Hipsters’ Dictionary Pt.4 (ABC of 1950s jive talk), etc.

#12 (1995): Mac Curtis in Belgium, the Swedish custom car scene, Slick 50 Barbershop, etc.

#13: SOLD OUT.

#14 (1996): Lone Wolf Tattoo (New York), Slick Flicks (review of great 1950s Rock’n’Roll/ JD movies such as The Narcotic Story, Carnival Rock, The Spider etc.), kustom 1949-51 Fords, etc.

#15 (1996): Where to go out every day of the week in London, interview with Cosmic Keith, kustom 1949-51 Mercs, etc.

#17 (1996): The UK’s 1st Swing Jive Weekender, interview with DJ Go from Tokyo, Who played the guitar on most of the classic 1956 Johnny Burnette Trio recordings: Paul Burlison or Grady Martin?, review of other rockabilly magazines, Mick’s 1959 Impala, etc.+

#18 (1996): Coverage of Hemsby 16 (14 pages, including a big feature on the rods and customs), etc.

#19 (1996): Twelve page article on collecting 1950s JD paperbacks, tattoos by Markin Clark, Paso Robles 1995, etc.

#20 (1996): Denver’s 1st Rockabilly weekend, interview with Kurt Ohlen, etc.

#21 (1996): London’s First All-Night Rockabilly Rave, the rockabilly scene in Texas, the Shifters hot rod club, interview with Wildfire Willie, etc.

#22 (1996): SOLD OUT.

#23 (1996): Hemsby 17, We Wanna Boogie 1996 (New York), interview with Patrick Ouchene (Runnin’ Wild), etc.

#24 (1997): The 1st Rockabilly Rave, collecting 1970s/‘80s/‘90s repro 45s (by Cosmic Keith), the rockabilly scene in Amsterdam, interview with Joanne Van Vranken, etc.

#25 (1997): Twelve page article on collecting 1950s hot rod and custom car magazines, Fairmount Weekender, How to stroll, Hepcat style + which songs are jivers, boppers, strollers, interview with London’s Robin and Colette (who organize the Rhythm Riot), etc.

#26 (1997): History of the Rock'n'Roll scene (Part 1: the fifties), Nine-page guide to vintage denim (Levi's, Lee, Wrangler. All you need to know is there!), Eastern customs vs. Western customs - the great debate of the '50s (12 pages, loads of original '50s photos), Interview with Texas Rockabilly trio High Noon (8 pages), etc.

#27 (1997): History of the Rock'n'Roll scene (Part 2: the sixties), Spotlight on California tattoo artist Eric Maaske (6 pages), Interview with London DJ Jerry Chatabox, Round-up of re-styled grilles Part 1: The classic grille swaps of the '50s (with vintage photos, 7 pages), etc.

#28 (1997): Rock'n'Roll shirts of the '50s (a 6-page article featuring some of the coolest, most collectable shirts of the era), Round-up of re-styled grilles Part 2: After the classic grille swaps (CR No.27), we show you the unusual swaps of the '50s (original '50s photos). Interview with Red Peters, etc.

#29 (1997): The 1997 Denver weekender (12 pages), the May '97 Hemsby, Interview with Ralf Sommer (frontman of Germany's Spo-Dee-O-Dee), etc.

#30 (1997): History of the Rock'n'Roll scene, pt. 3: the big rockabilly revival of the seventies (10 pages), the latest work of London tattooist Martin Clark, Paso Robles '97, Spotlight on Ike & The Capers, etc.

#31 (1998): Coverage of 4 big weekenders: October '97 Hemsby, We Wanna Boogie '97, Rockabilly Rave '97, Australia's Wintersun Festival '97. Repro clothes by Geronimo, Spotlight on Al Willis & The Swingsters, Interview with British DJ Skinny Jim, Hep To The Words (lyrics of '50s Rockabilly songs - note that every single issue from #31 onwards features this section), etc.

#32: (1998): The Beatniks car club (loads of great kustoms - 8 pages), Spotlight on The Blue Star Boys, A great feature on Japanese repros of '50s jeans, etc.

#33 (1998): The Rhythm Riot '97, New Year Eve's party at the Cruise Inn, 6 pages of selected ads for rod/ custom equipment (1950/53), Interview with Laurent Cuchi of France's Rockatones, etc.

#34 (1998): “Rock'n'Roll” circle skirts of the '50s, The 1st Viva Las Vegas Weekender (15 pages, including 6 dedicated to the Shifters car show), etc.

#35 (1998): Spotlight on Jack Baymoore & The Bandits, May '98 Hemsby, D-Day '98 at Amsterdam's Cruise Inn, Paso Robles '98 (9 pages), etc.

#36 (1998): Seats & sofas of the '50s, pt.1 (10-page article showing you some of the coolest and wildest furniture made in the '50s!), Spotlight on Canada's Ronnie Hayward, etc.

#37 (1998): Seats & sofas of the '50s Part 2, Hawaiian shirts of the '40s & '50s (all you need to know, with some great photos, Spotlight on Boston's Racketeers, etc.

#38 (1999): Big 10-page feature on '50s fridges: the coolest models, how to buy and maintain one, etc. The 1998 Rockabilly Rave, the October '98 Hemsby, the Rhythm & Blues divas of the '50s Part 1, etc.

#39 (1999): Ten-page article on modern living rooms in the '50s (vintage photos showing some of the most futuristic furniture produced at the time… great decoration ideas!), Rhythm Riot '97, Interview with Kim Lenz from Dallas, The Rhythm & Blues divas of the '50s Part 2, etc.

#40 (1999): Big coverage of Viva Las Vegas 1999 (including a 12-page feature on the Shifters' car show), Cool lamps of the '50s Part 1, Readers' home: Fred & Catherine's fabulous '50s style apartement, How to dance the original '50s style bop Part 1, etc.

#41 (1999): May '99 Hemsby, The early '60s Doo Wop revival, Cool lamps of the '50s Part 2, Spotlight on Screamin' Jay Hawkins & Stomp Gordon, Paso Robles '99 & Pleasanton '99, How to dance the '50s style bop Part 2, etc.

#42 (1999): The Amsterdam Tattoo Museum, Amsterdam's D-Day '99, The Road Agents' Hot Rod & Rockabilly Rumbl, Cool lamps of the '50s Part 3 (ceiling lamps), Spotlight on sax heroes Big Jay McNeely, Joe Houston and Hal Singer (6 pages), How to dance the bop Part 3, etc.

#43 (2000): Special issues about the Hepcat scene in the '90s (year by year, using exclusively previously unpublished photos).

#44 (2000): Guide to the Rockabilly scene in Paris, Rhythm Riot '99 (6 pages), October '99 Hemsby, New York's Lucky 7 Tattoo, etc.
This listing is for a pack of 10 copies (new old stock) of CONTINENTAL RESTYLING magazine. Pick up the 10 issues 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 Continental Restyling here on Etsy:
- a listing for single copies (you can order one copy, or several);
- a pack of 20 copies.

Published in London, CONTINENTAL RESTYLING was by far the best rockabilly lifestyle magazine of the 1990s. A total of 45 issues were produced from 1993 until 2000. Each issue typically features coverage (with loads of cool photos, in b&w) of large rockabilly events (in Europe and the USA), smaller gig reports, articles on 1950s clothes/ hot rods/ tattoos etc., interviews with DJs/ event organizers/ band members, plus record reviews, etc.


ISSUES AVAILABLE:

#9: SOLD OUT.

#10 (1995): Fairmount rockabilly weekend 1995, interview with DJ Mouse, Hipsters’ Dictionary Pt.4 (ABC of 1950s jive talk), etc.

#12 (1995): Mac Curtis in Belgium, the Swedish custom car scene, Slick 50 Barbershop, etc.

#13: SOLD OUT.

#14 (1996): Lone Wolf Tattoo (New York), Slick Flicks (review of great 1950s Rock’n’Roll/ JD movies such as The Narcotic Story, Carnival Rock, The Spider etc.), kustom 1949-51 Fords, etc.

#15 (1996): Where to go out every day of the week in London, interview with Cosmic Keith, kustom 1949-51 Mercs, etc.

#17 (1996): The UK’s 1st Swing Jive Weekender, interview with DJ Go from Tokyo, Who played the guitar on most of the classic 1956 Johnny Burnette Trio recordings: Paul Burlison or Grady Martin?, review of other rockabilly magazines, Mick’s 1959 Impala, etc.+

#18 (1996): Coverage of Hemsby 16 (14 pages, including a big feature on the rods and customs), etc.

#19 (1996): Twelve page article on collecting 1950s JD paperbacks, tattoos by Markin Clark, Paso Robles 1995, etc.

#20 (1996): Denver’s 1st Rockabilly weekend, interview with Kurt Ohlen, etc.

#21 (1996): London’s First All-Night Rockabilly Rave, the rockabilly scene in Texas, the Shifters hot rod club, interview with Wildfire Willie, etc.

#22 (1996): SOLD OUT.

#23 (1996): Hemsby 17, We Wanna Boogie 1996 (New York), interview with Patrick Ouchene (Runnin’ Wild), etc.

#24 (1997): The 1st Rockabilly Rave, collecting 1970s/‘80s/‘90s repro 45s (by Cosmic Keith), the rockabilly scene in Amsterdam, interview with Joanne Van Vranken, etc.

#25 (1997): Twelve page article on collecting 1950s hot rod and custom car magazines, Fairmount Weekender, How to stroll, Hepcat style + which songs are jivers, boppers, strollers, interview with London’s Robin and Colette (who organize the Rhythm Riot), etc.

#26 (1997): History of the Rock'n'Roll scene (Part 1: the fifties), Nine-page guide to vintage denim (Levi's, Lee, Wrangler. All you need to know is there!), Eastern customs vs. Western customs - the great debate of the '50s (12 pages, loads of original '50s photos), Interview with Texas Rockabilly trio High Noon (8 pages), etc.

#27 (1997): History of the Rock'n'Roll scene (Part 2: the sixties), Spotlight on California tattoo artist Eric Maaske (6 pages), Interview with London DJ Jerry Chatabox, Round-up of re-styled grilles Part 1: The classic grille swaps of the '50s (with vintage photos, 7 pages), etc.

#28 (1997): Rock'n'Roll shirts of the '50s (a 6-page article featuring some of the coolest, most collectable shirts of the era), Round-up of re-styled grilles Part 2: After the classic grille swaps (CR No.27), we show you the unusual swaps of the '50s (original '50s photos). Interview with Red Peters, etc.

#29 (1997): The 1997 Denver weekender (12 pages), the May '97 Hemsby, Interview with Ralf Sommer (frontman of Germany's Spo-Dee-O-Dee), etc.

#30 (1997): History of the Rock'n'Roll scene, pt. 3: the big rockabilly revival of the seventies (10 pages), the latest work of London tattooist Martin Clark, Paso Robles '97, Spotlight on Ike & The Capers, etc.

#31 (1998): Coverage of 4 big weekenders: October '97 Hemsby, We Wanna Boogie '97, Rockabilly Rave '97, Australia's Wintersun Festival '97. Repro clothes by Geronimo, Spotlight on Al Willis & The Swingsters, Interview with British DJ Skinny Jim, Hep To The Words (lyrics of '50s Rockabilly songs - note that every single issue from #31 onwards features this section), etc.

#32: (1998): The Beatniks car club (loads of great kustoms - 8 pages), Spotlight on The Blue Star Boys, A great feature on Japanese repros of '50s jeans, etc.

#33 (1998): The Rhythm Riot '97, New Year Eve's party at the Cruise Inn, 6 pages of selected ads for rod/ custom equipment (1950/53), Interview with Laurent Cuchi of France's Rockatones, etc.

#34 (1998): “Rock'n'Roll” circle skirts of the '50s, The 1st Viva Las Vegas Weekender (15 pages, including 6 dedicated to the Shifters car show), etc.

#35 (1998): Spotlight on Jack Baymoore & The Bandits, May '98 Hemsby, D-Day '98 at Amsterdam's Cruise Inn, Paso Robles '98 (9 pages), etc.

#36 (1998): Seats & sofas of the '50s, pt.1 (10-page article showing you some of the coolest and wildest furniture made in the '50s!), Spotlight on Canada's Ronnie Hayward, etc.

#37 (1998): Seats & sofas of the '50s Part 2, Hawaiian shirts of the '40s & '50s (all you need to know, with some great photos, Spotlight on Boston's Racketeers, etc.

#38 (1999): Big 10-page feature on '50s fridges: the coolest models, how to buy and maintain one, etc. The 1998 Rockabilly Rave, the October '98 Hemsby, the Rhythm & Blues divas of the '50s Part 1, etc.

#39 (1999): Ten-page article on modern living rooms in the '50s (vintage photos showing some of the most futuristic furniture produced at the time… great decoration ideas!), Rhythm Riot '97, Interview with Kim Lenz from Dallas, The Rhythm & Blues divas of the '50s Part 2, etc.

#40 (1999): Big coverage of Viva Las Vegas 1999 (including a 12-page feature on the Shifters' car show), Cool lamps of the '50s Part 1, Readers' home: Fred & Catherine's fabulous '50s style apartement, How to dance the original '50s style bop Part 1, etc.

#41 (1999): May '99 Hemsby, The early '60s Doo Wop revival, Cool lamps of the '50s Part 2, Spotlight on Screamin' Jay Hawkins & Stomp Gordon, Paso Robles '99 & Pleasanton '99, How to dance the '50s style bop Part 2, etc.

#42 (1999): The Amsterdam Tattoo Museum, Amsterdam's D-Day '99, The Road Agents' Hot Rod & Rockabilly Rumbl, Cool lamps of the '50s Part 3 (ceiling lamps), Spotlight on sax heroes Big Jay McNeely, Joe Houston and Hal Singer (6 pages), How to dance the bop Part 3, etc.

#43 (2000): Special issues about the Hepcat scene in the '90s (year by year, using exclusively previously unpublished photos).

#44 (2000): Guide to the Rockabilly scene in Paris, Rhythm Riot '99 (6 pages), October '99 Hemsby, New York's Lucky 7 Tattoo, etc.

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