Avoid the malls this holiday season and get the rodder on your list exactly what they want-a subscription to hot rodding's premier publication the Rodder's Journal, $48 (United States), $72 (outside United States). We'll include a complimentary gift card with your personalized message. Call today or visit us online to see our full catalog for all of your gift-giving needs.

The Rodder's Journal
(800) 750-9550

780-TL SKAT Blast Cabinet
Big work area, small price! Cleans your parts fast. Simply add air and abrasive and start blasting-trigger power gun (included) removes rust and paint fast! Handles most underhood parts easily. Abrasive recycles, 34-inch-wide, 22-inch-deep, 201/2-inch-high work area with a 54-inch-high, 22-gauge steel body, 14-gauge legs, and plastic funnel. Requires 10- to 15-cfm air at 80 psi, vacuum, and abrasive. Made in United States, $399, free shipping (UPS) in most areas east of Mississippi.

TP Tools & Equipment
(800) 321-9260

Because girls dig a little FLAIR ...


Lakes-style wheel and roadster
column combo: $400
(various leather colors available)

Steering wheel only: $160
GM or Ford column adapter: $30
Chrome horn button: $7.50
Aluminum horn cover: $39.95

lobeck's hot rod parts
(440) 232-0210

Ever need a tilt trailer? The Tilt-A-Hitch solves the problem, making almost any trailer tilt using just your jack. Lane Smith, inventor/hot rodder figured out a way to build a tilting mechanism into a hitch, and it works so well it won a new product award at SEMA. It mounts to any 2-inch receiver and has an 8,000-pound rating. For more information visit our website.

(618) 616-1790

Pig Form-A-Funnel Flexible Draining Tool is $24.99. Get every last drop, every single time. Divert oil around obstacles for no-mess oil changes! Creates a leak-proof seal around filters so you don't waste time cleaning. Great for cars, ATVs, you name it. This tool lasts a lifetime. Give one and they'll thank you every oil change! Buy it at NAPA.

"I've never been able to remove my oil filter without a mess, until now."
-Robert Kellner, Waukesha, WI

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