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  • July 06, 2015 02:12 PM By carlheinrich2jhp - StreetRods For Sale
    1968 Chevy Nova - $38,000.00 Beautiful 1968 Chevy II Nova ... Read More...
     
  • July 05, 2015 11:25 PM By brillzig42 - StreetRods For Sale
    1928 Ford 5-window Coupe - $28,900.00 1928 Ford Model "A" 5 Window Coupe( Original All Steel no plastic here) ... Read More...
     
  • July 05, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1957 Chevrolet Bel Air - $108,995.00 There are a lot of pretty '57 Chevys out there, so someone took this gorgeous Bel Air hardtop and turned it into one of the most stunning resto-mods we've ever seen. With subtle body mods, a C4 Corvette chassis underneath, and a stunning interior, there's nothing that this Chevy doesn't do well. Some cars are just so amazing, it's hard to know where to start. There's no denying that this is a '57 Bel Air in every way, the iconic shape and amazing details tell that story loud and clear. But upon closer inspection, you can see that it's been carefully tweaked and modified, including shaved door handles, a custom grille with the teeth from a '57 'Vette, and some scrupulously shaved trim bits. It's all bathed in vivid Matador Red paint that's show-quality beautiful. All the sheetmetal mods meant that it was critical to get the gaps exactly right, and you'll definitely be impressed by how well this Chevy fits together. The 'Fuel Injection' badges on the front fenders meant something big was ... Read More...
     
  • July 05, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1957 Chevrolet Bel Air - $86,995.00 On the list of the world's most desirable cars, more than a few of us have the 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air convertible. They made zillions of them, yet the good ones continue to bring big money, suggesting that rarity isn't a factor. After taking a good look at this wonderful Tropical Turquoise ragtop, I think the actual explanation is that people simply fall in love. Treated to a comprehensive restoration about five years ago, this '57 Chevy Bel Air is a shining example of '50s style all wrapped in a neat pastel wrapper that recalls poodle skirts and early rock-n-roll. Getting beyond the image, you'll find that this is a downright gorgeous car that was correctly restored. The finish is the right color without any metallics or pearls in the paint, so it looks right with a spectacular shine. The body was straightened and any rust issues were addressed while it was stripped to a bare shell, and the reassembly process was infinitely more careful than the assembly line, so it fits together quit ... Read More...
     
  • July 05, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1963 MG MGB - $21,995.00 Among the legions of MGBs out there, the most valuable have to be the early Mark I models that were introduced halfway through 1962. Coming from the MGA, the sleek 2-seater was a very big deal in the early '60s, and with a few smart upgrades, this pretty green roadster is one of those rare investment-grade Bs. Stripped to a bare tub and rebuilt from there, this incredibly straight and solid MGB has had more invested in it than most cars costing twice as much. Wherever new sheetmetal was required, entirely new panels were installed instead of patching the old ones, and the original welds and seams were re-welded to strengthen the body. That's correct British Racing Green, which is brighter and more yellow than most folks think, and it looks fantastic on the sleek MGB bodywork. Experts will note a myriad of small detail upgrades, including the bullet-style mirrors and trunk rack, but it still retains things like the original pull-style door handles which were only available on very early ... Read More...
     
  • July 05, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1940 Ford Coupe - $39,995.00 Is it old-fashioned to appreciate an unchopped hot rod? This beautiful 1940 Ford coupe packs a powerful 350 cubic inch V8, comfortable yet traditional interior, and a unique look that will make it stand out anywhere it goes. If you appreciate driving your cars, then this great rod will definitely appeal to you. The 1940 Ford is incredibly popular with restorers and rodders alike, thanks to its combination of timeless good looks and practical, big car comfort. There are no radical modifications on the body, no chopped roof, no shaved handles, and all the original Ford trim remains in place, albeit restored to new condition. This one was clearly built to drive, but like all hand-built cars, the attention to detail and level of quality is beyond what you'd get from some mass-produced transportation appliance. The custom-mixed medium blue paint is a refreshing change from red or black, and it has enough metallic in it to really glisten in the sun. Chrome and stainless trim has been fully r ... Read More...
     
  • July 05, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1971 Chevrolet Chevelle - $29,995.00 If you want a musclebound Chevelle, you can track down some old heap and restore it, making it just what you want. Or you can simply come in and buy this 1971 Chevelle that's already got all the good stuff and costs about half of what it would take to build it yourself. Big bad black Chevelles never go out of style, and while 1971 wasn't the peak for performance from the factory, today they can be fortified with the nastiest powerplants ever devised. Many fans also prefer the 1971's single headlight look, which seamlessly blends with the rounded A-body shape. Anyone who paints black will be the first to tell you it's hard to hide any issues, and for a driver-quality resto, this is one you can be proud of at the local cruise night. It's not perfect, but the shine is brilliant and believe me, nobody's going to argue with a car that looks like this, especially not with a big block under the hood. White stripes, a cowl-induction hood with pins, and SS badges are additional warning signs th ... Read More...
     
  • July 05, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1969 Chevrolet Camaro - $37,995.00 This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro makes a pretty convincing argument for the rebirth of pro-street. With a blown big block, giant tires, and a wicked stance, it screams race car, but the cloth interior full of creature comforts begs to differ. Brutally fast yet docile enough for your sister to drive, this might be the nastiest street-legal car we've featured yet. When you build a car that looks this brutal, you can pretty much forego all the usual high-performance warning signals. That means skipping the SS stripes and letting the car speak for itself. And speak it does! You'll note that the monochromatic look is enhanced by shaved door handles and custom side mirrors blended with factory details like the ducktail spoiler out back. The bright blue metallic paint seems to glow in the sunlight and the sheetmetal underneath is almost entirely new, so making it laser-straight was easy. A lift-off fiberglass hood was seriously modified to clear the towering blower assembly and snaps into place wit ... Read More...
     
  • July 05, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1970 Ford Mustang - $39,995.00 This 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1 is just plain nasty. Professionally built and packing more than 600 horsepower, it's the car most guys dream of owning but never quite get around to it. If you like having the biggest, fastest, meanest car on the streets, there aren't many that can measure up to this one! There's no avoiding this Mustang and its mostly authentic look. It's like the 1970 Mach 1 went to the gym and lost its baby fat. Hunkered down over a modified suspension, the sportsroof bodywork looks better than ever in bright silver with black accent stripes. A few tasteful body mods give it that musclebound look, starting with the Shelby-esque bulge in the quarters, slightly taller rear wing, and a deeper chin spoiler. But other features like the hood scoop, blacked-out tail panel, and hood pins are pure 1970s cool. Fit and finish are exemplary, as you'd expect for a pro build, and the silver paint is shiny and smooth enough to look like the whole car was hewn from a single chunk of al ... Read More...
     
  • July 04, 2015 02:32 PM By will547 - StreetRods For Sale
    1949 Chevy Fleetline - $17,500.00 I'm selling my 49 fleetline 2 door coupe, It's a great custom that is a head turner for sure, it is bagged all the way around, new chrome smoothie wheels and white walls, redone suspension, rebuilt motor(finned oil filter and valve cover, those alone around $600-$700) custom frenched headlights and taillights, custom interior, new carpet, custom finned bumpers, custom grille (total of 9 teeth, very hard to even find a couple of them), just a real clean looking ride, it's a 2 door fastback fleetl ... Read More...
     
  • July 04, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1955 Chevrolet Bel Air - $64,995.00 One of the advantages of the Tri-Five Chevys like this '55 Bel Air is that the engine bay is big enough to handle anything you can imagine. This one, for example, carries a hulking fuel-injected 502 Ram Jet big block, which is also backed by a 5-speed manual and 4-wheel discs, making it more of a modern muscle car than a '50s cruiser. But before we get into the big block, let's talk about the gorgeous red and white paint job. Finished in 2007, it was refinished to be an attention-grabber and they've succeeded brilliantly. The colors are period-correct and use modern urethane paint but there are no metallic in the finish, so it looks quite appropriate on the vintage sheetmetal. Great gaps, sharp panel alignment, and a professional buff gives it a vivid shine, and it's hard to argue with the final result. There's considerable chrome and trim on any '50s car, including this Chevy, and it has all been professionally restored or refinished by exact replacements, so it looks showroom fresh e ... Read More...
     
  • July 04, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1925 Ford T-Bucket - $23,995.00 So you say you love the wild and wonderful T-Bucket, but need to take a few buddies with you to the cruise night? Then check out this trick 4-seater T-Bucket that has all the familiar styling cues with room for four to hit the road. This car is registered as a 1996 ASPT kit car in Florida, so that will give you a few clues as to where it came from and who built it. Unlike so many modified cars (and a 4-seater T-Bucket qualifies as deviating from the usual recipe), this one has great proportions that might even look better than the usual 2-seater. The styling cues are all there, from the open engine bay to the upright windshield, and towering convertible top, and it's obvious that someone spent a ton of time putting this one together. Painting it eyeball-burning bright yellow with a black stripe was probably unnecessary to grab everyone's attention, but it sure looks good on the outrageous little roadster, particularly with the contrasting black upholstery work. A shiny Model T grille s ... Read More...
     
  • July 04, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1970 Pontiac GTO - $69,995.00 Legends are earned the hard way, and not every car with a big engine from the muscle car era qualifies. But one special car that can do it â?" and do it all day long - carries the intimidating name of 'The Judge'. Pontiac's top GTO, The Judge was everything that was great about muscle cars, all rolled up into the most outrageous wrapper you can imagine. So when you see this Canadian-built 1970 GTO Judge, complete with its numbers-matching powertrain and a top-flight restoration, remember that you're in the presence of greatness. Were there any differences between Canadian and US-built Judges? Well, not really. Same great shape, complete with the Endura front bumper splitting the grilles, same outrageous colors and graphics, and the same dedication to performance. So the main difference in owning a Canadian built model like this one is that you're owning something even that much more rare. The exhaustive and thorough restoration was completed just a few years ago, but don't be surprised ... Read More...
     
  • July 04, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1951 Ford Custom - $41,995.00 Purists might cringe at the mixed DNA on this radical 1951 Ford custom convertible, but this is truly the way they did it in the old school: if it was cool, there was a place for it on the car. As a result, it neatly blends shapes, trim, and designs from other makes and models, creating an extremely attractive custom that will attract attention simply because someone knew how to do it right. The list of modifications is extensive, but underneath there's a really clean, solid 1951 Ford ragtop. Of course, it's been sectioned to sit low like that, the hood and door handles have been shaved, the headlights frenched, and all the other custom tricks that have been popular for decades. The side trim is from a 1959 Pontiac, the fender portholes are Buick, and the front bumper is a '55 Chevy piece. Once the layout was confirmed, they tore it down and spent months getting the sheetmetal into shape, then covering it with custom powder blue pearl paint that was just redone about three years ago an ... Read More...
     
  • July 04, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1966 Chevrolet Corvette - $74,995.00 Even at a glance you can tell this 1966 Corvette is no ordinary resto-mod. Taking one straight, clean, matching-numbers car and adding fuel injection, big brakes, and a spectacular $10,000 stereo and the result is a car that's more than the sum of its parts. The way this car fits together, there isn't much doubt that it has always been a well-maintained car. The doors fit well and don't need a heavy slam to close, the fiberglass shows no stress cracks or major repairs, and that black paint looks better on the mid-year Corvettes than just about any other color. Most of the 'glass is stock Chevrolet, although the hood has been tastefully modified with a vented "stinger" in the center, and the result is aggressive, functional, and sure to generate a ton of conversation at the next show. All the original styling cues are still in place, ranging from the folding headlights to the ribbed rocker panel trim to the split rear bumpers that have been brightly rechromed. Original badges and emblem ... Read More...
     
  • July 04, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1969 Chevrolet Camaro - $34,995.00 More proof that the Camaro is the most versatile muscle car of all time is this beautifully built 1969 hardtop. The look and the hardware underneath say "drag race only" but the fully finished interior suggests that maybe this one was meant to be a street predator instead. The stance and the look, especially with that towering cowl induction hood, is that of a full-race piece. You see cars like this coming off trailers with cackling 13:1 compression motors and you know nobody's driving them to the office on Monday. But then you look again and see how well finished it is and realize that no race car ever received the love that this one has. The bodywork is amazingly straight and clean, beautifully rendered in Lemans Blue with black stripes buried under the clear. What's nice is that it hasn't been dressed up in fake SS gear or with RS headlights, it's just a clean Camaro coupe that's been finished to a very high standard. Sure, there's a ducktail spoiler out back, but it's probably more ... Read More...
     
  • July 03, 2015 05:21 PM By classicalGasMotors - StreetRods For Sale
    1968 Chevy Camaro - $52,500.00 The classic late 60's Camaro is arguably one of the most identifiable muscle cars out there and of this style of Camaro many would describe the 1968 model as their favorite. One look at the side profile and there is no question where the inspiration for the newer Camaros came from. These cars look extremely tough and will never lose their fanbase. This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro was completely restored in Austin, TX and a complete documentation of the build comes with the car. It was a very high quality build and virtually every component except for the body and frame is brand new. In fact, the entire drivetrain of the car was just gone through AGAIN to insure everything is solid and reliable. This is a car you can have the confidence in to drive you anywhere!...read the full description or check out classicalgasmotors.com for additional information! ... Read More...
     
  • July 03, 2015 03:20 PM By Butchs_Cool_Stuff - Builders Corner
    49-51 Mercury Tube Grill 49-51 Mercury Tube Grill ... Read More...
     
  • July 03, 2015 03:06 PM By autobarn - StreetRods For Sale
    2005 Chevy Corvette - $26,995.00 Looking for a classic car, muscle car, sports car, exotic car, or antique car? AutoBarn Classic Cars has your investment wheels. ... Read More...
     
  • July 03, 2015 01:27 PM By classicalGasMotors - StreetRods For Sale
    1981 Pontiac Firebird - $24,000.00 Classical Gas Motors specializing in the sale and purchase of Classic Cars, Muscle Cars, Streetrod and Special Interest Cars, The most comprehensive Classic Car & Collector Classic Car resources available to hobbyist and enthusiasts. ... Read More...
     
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