NSRA StreetScene© Magazine

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Among the many benefits of being a member of the National Street Rod Association® (NSRA) is the free subscription to StreetScene® Magazine, the NSRA's members only, full color monthly publication. The magazine is mailed direct to the members each month, and is not available on newsstands.

StreetScene Magazine, now well into its third decade of continuous publication, has long been considered one of the best information sources in the hobby. With shorter lead times than other publications of its quality, the news, coming events listings and cars and parts for sale sections are as up-to-the-minute as is possible. Because of the timeliness of publication, all of the various departments are extremely popular and therefore the best in the hobby. StreetScene's cars and parts for sale, trade or wanted sections are unrivaled, and the members are able to use the service for two free ads (there is a minimal fee for photos) in each monthly issue. The coming events section lists every automotive type activity imaginable from local swap meets, car shows and cruise nights to the NSRA Nationals and other large events across the country.

In addition to the direct member service monthly departments, there are editorials, letters to the editor and a safety column, news of the NSRA National events and the street rod industry, a place for members to show their vehicles, and coverage of more than 100 activities from around the world each year. StreetScene has monthly full color features of members' vehicles. This new addition is receiving acclaim from the readers, and is a "regular feature" status. The magazine has display advertising from the leaders in specialty parts and accessories, and according to a recent reader survey, StreetScene Magazine is among the most thoroughly read publications in most enthusiasts' homes. NSRA members feel StreetScene Magazine itself is more than worth the annual membership fee.


StreetScene Articles

30+ Award-Winning Cars & Counting

When someone mentions an award-winning rod, custom or classic, you might automatically assume it came from one of the large, big-name shops, but that would be a grand assumption. D&D Specialty Cars in Van Buren, Arkansas, may fly below the radar, but the shop has had its share of national awards for its builds — 31 at last count.

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30Plus Award-Winning Cars & Counting

When someone mentions an award-winning rod, custom or classic, you might automatically assume it came from one of the large, big-name shops, but that would be a grand assumption. D&D Specialty Cars in Van Buren, Arkansas, may fly below the radar, but the shop has had its share of national awards for its builds — 31 at last count.

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Airborne Auburn

One of the things we miss about yesteryear is the way we fly on a plane. Flying today is horrible. It used to be one of the great parts of any adventure. The airlines made every attempt to make their passengers feel like something special. Gary and Janice Williams from Granite Bay, California, had a few criteria for their next rod; they wanted a ride that was classy, elegant and not your run of the mill ’32 Ford or the like.

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Deuces Wild

The beauty of a street rod is that like the wild card in poker, you can make them into anything you want. We first ran into Bob Anderson a few years ago, when he couldn’t fit all the stuff he had with him in his roadster, so he gave us a case of water.

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Helping Enthusiasts Buy and Sell the Classic Cars of Their Dreams

While there are many classic car classified resources on the Internet, ClassicCars.com has taken a different approach than most.

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Star Light Star Bright

You can tell a lot about a guy if you know the story behind his car.

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Y-Not

It’s an old story; we all have a special place in our hearts for our first car. We stared at it a million times just thinking about all the ways we could make it even cooler.

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More Info

For more information on StreetScene Magazine and membership in the National Street Rod Association, contact:

NSRA, 4030 Park Ave., Memphis, TN 38111, or phone 901-452-4030.


  • The National Street Rod Association
  • 4030 Park Avenue
  • Memphis, TN 38111
  • Phone: 901.452.4030