OVERVIEW
StreetScene is the official publication of the National Street Rod Association (NSRA). The NSRA is located in Memphis, Tennessee, but the magazine's editorial offices were in California from the beginning. The first editorial office was at 21822 Sherman Way, Canoga Park, California.

It started as a four page newsletter with the first issue in November-December 1971. After four issues, the title went to a bi-monthly format, and the magazine evolved with more content, page increases, and sponsorship to help cover printing costs.

StreetScene became the "official" newspaper of the organization in late 1972, and in doing so became more professional with a named editor and a masthead page. In June, 1973, it was self-funded by membership and didn't need help from Mac's Automotive Products and Weiand Automotive Industries who covered early printing costs.

As the staff and content grew, NSRA abandoned the newspaper style format in February, 1974. Staff now included an Editor, Assistant Editor, Staff Photographer, and Production Assistant. The new full-fledged magazine had 46 pages of news, pictures and editorial matter. Volume and issue numbers were added more consistently in July 1973. And then to end the '73 year, the magazine added four-color printing to the cover. First 4-color editorial content inside did not occur until 1978.

Early editors included Dick Wells (1971-1973), Jeff Kroon (1973-1974), Eric Pierce (1974-1975), Cec Draney (1975-1976), Gary Medley (1976-1978) and finally Joe Mayall who stayed in the role for over 30 years. More on Mr. Mayall can be found HERE.

Content has consistently covered regional and national events, classified ads, coming events and industry products along with advertising. The early magazines included advertising for many of the forerunners in the manufacturing, performance and reproduction parts realm for hot rods and street rods.

PUBLICATION DATA
The publisher did not provide net paid circulation data to N.W. Ayer or Gale Research.

CONTENT COMPLETENESS:
Magazine cover images are included from 1974 (when the newspaper style ended) through 2000. Missing images: 6/74, 7/94 and 10/94. This title is still published as of 2020.

Mar 1974
Mar 1974
Apr 1974
Apr 1974
May 1974
May 1974
June 1974
Jul 1974
July 1974 Vol 3 No 7
Aug 1974
Aug 1974 Vol 3 No 8
Sept 1974
Sept 1974 Vol 3 No 9
Oct 1974
Oct 1974 Vol 3 No 10
Nov 1974
Nov 1974 Vol 3 No 11
Dec 1974
Dec 1974 Vol 3 No 12
Jan 1975
Jan 1975 Vol 4 No 1
Feb 1975
Feb 1975 Vol 4 No 2
Mar 1975
Mar 1975 Vol 4 No 3
Apr 1975
Apr 1975 Vol 4 No 4
May 1975
May 1975 Vol 4 No 5
June 1975
June 1975 Vol 4 No 6
Jul 1975
July 1975 Vol 4 No 7
Aug 1975
Aug 1975 Vol 4 No 8
Sept 1975
Sept 1975 Vol 4 No 9
Oct 1975
Oct 1975 Vol 4 No 10
Nov 1975
Nov 1975 Vol 4 No 11
Dec 1975
Dec 1975 Vol 4 No 12
Jan 1976
Jan 1976 Vol 5 No 1
Feb 1976
Feb 1976 Vol 5 No 2
Mar 1976
Mar 1976 Vol 5 No 3
Apr 1976
Apr 1976 Vol 5 No 4
May 1976
May 1976 Vol 5 No 5
June 1976
June 1976 Vol 5 No 6
Jul 1976
July 1976 Vol 5 No 7
Aug 1976
Aug 1976 Vol 5 No 8
Sept 1976
Sept 1976 Vol 5 No 9
Oct 1976
Oct 1976 Vol 5 No 10
Nov 1976
Nov 1976 Vol 5 No 11
Dec 1976
Dec 1976 Vol 5 No 12
Jan 1977
Jan 1977 Vol 6 No 1
Feb 1977
Feb 1977 Vol 6 No 2
Mar 1977
Mar 1977 Vol 6 No 3
Apr 1977
Apr 1977 Vol 6 No 4
May 1977
May 1977 Vol 6 No 5
June 1977
June 1977 Vol 6 No 6
Jul 1977
July 1977 Vol 6 No 7
Aug 1977
Aug 1977 Vol 6 No 8
Sept 1977
Sept 1977 Vol 6 No 9
Oct 1977
Oct 1977 Vol 6 No 10
Nov 1977
Nov 1977 Vol 6 No 11
Dec 1977
Dec 1977 Vol 6 No 12
Jan 1978
Jan 1978 Vol 7 No 1
Feb 1978
Feb 1978 Vol 7 No 2
Mar 1978
Mar 1978 Vol 7 No 3
Apr 1978
Apr 1978 Vol 7 No 4
May 1978
May 1978 Vol 7 No 5
June 1978
June 1978 Vol 7 No 6
Jul 1978
July 1978 Vol 7 No 7
Aug 1978
Aug 1978 Vol 7 No 8
Sept 1978
Sept 1978 Vol 7 No 9
Oct 1978
Oct 1978 Vol 7 No 10
Nov 1978
Nov 1978 Vol 7 No 11
Dec 1978
Dec 1978 Vol 7 No 12
1979 to 1985