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  • December 16, 2014 11:08 AM By ARPY - StreetRods For Sale
    1931 Ford hiboy Reduced! Vette v8 FI - $21,500.00 31 ford all steel tudor rod veete v8 and rear end ... Read More...
     
  • December 14, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1968 Dodge Charger - $49,995.00 Brute force meets elegance in this incredible 1968 Dodge Charger resto-mod. You can't get past the brutal look which quietly screams horsepower, and inside you'll find 440 cubes of Mopar's finest to back up the image. It's subtle in a not-so-subtle way, a car that gets a lot of attention without having to scream about it. The color is called Pewter, and it's borrowed from the GM color pallet, and it works exceptionally well on a performance car; after all, it debuted on the C5 Corvette. It's so fresh you can almost smell the wet paint and if there's a better looking canvas than a '68 Charger, I can't imagine what it might be. The sharp edges are highlighted by the glowing paint and the combination of the soft hue and black accents makes for a very intimidating package. Fit and finish are excellent, far better than most Mopars of the era, and most of the exterior trim, including the bumpers, mirrors, door handles, and even the bezels around the cool little round side marker lights were ... Read More...
     
  • December 14, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1966 Plymouth Valiant - $19,995.00 Lightweight sleepers aren't anything new, but in a sea of Novas and Falcons, this 1966 Plymouth Valiant stands out. It nails the low-key look you need for a sleeper and backs it with a 360 cubic inch V8 that makes this unassuming 2-door more than a match for much more potent machinery. Repainted less than two years ago, this 2-door Valiant has seemingly led a good life. Survival rates on these cars is quite low, and while they were popular back in the day, not many achieved collector status and as a result they were used up and thrown away. Somehow this one survived and got rejuvenated in a big way, because the black paint looks extremely good. There are a few scratches and nicks here and there, which are unavoidable with black paint, but the clean bodywork shines throughout. It's got a few custom tricks that make it look even more sinister, starting with some painted trim, a general d-chroming, and an industrial-strength look that's usually reserved for this car's bigger brothers. Fit ... Read More...
     
  • December 14, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1957 Chevrolet Bel Air - $99,995.00 Some of the best custom cars are those that don't mess with the original styling. This 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air hardtop looks pretty stock at first glance. Sure, it's lowered and has some flashy wheels, but it's only after you look under the skin that the extent of the modifications become apparent, and wow, are they impressive! How about a fuel injected big block, a leather-lined interior, and all the modern conveniences. The best of both worlds? You bet! When you imagine a '57 Chevy, something very similar to this Matador Red Bel Air hardtop probably springs to mind. And that's for a very good reason, because it's perhaps the #1 most popular hobby car of the '50s, and surely one of the top five of all time. It's got just the right combination of elegance, flash, and practicality that makes these Bel Airs popular year after year. At any rate, this one is beautifully finished, which is relatively easy when you start with a west coast car that spent its life in the desert. It's all origin ... Read More...
     
  • December 14, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1957 Chevrolet 210 - $27,995.00 It's no secret that we love 1957 Chevys here at Streetside Classics, but the way they sell also proves that there are plenty of fans out there for these classics as well! With timeless looks and the ability to become just about anything you can imagine, there are few better choices for your next car than this lovely 1957 210 4-door post sedan. Covered in a correct coat of its original Surf Green, today it absolutely stands out due to the Epoxy Primer with Imron paint. Simply put, this pastel queen knows how to combine style and class like royalty. Thanks to the great color green and contrasting white, the chrome comes to life accenting the lines of the car and giving this four door sedan the wow factor. You already know that chrome isn't cheap, and the '57 is literally covered in it, amazingly this includes the original bumpers that have been re-chromed. So there's a small fortune wrapped up in the details on this car and the results speak for themselves. From the front grille to the b ... Read More...
     
  • December 14, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1966 Shelby Cobra - $47,995.00 For sheer thrills on the road, nothing beats a Cobra. Built to look traditional, this gorgeous blue Shelby replica delivers big V8 thrills with razor-sharp handling, all wrapped in a package that looks like it could have rolled out of the Shelby American factory forty-five years ago. Classic Motor Carriages has been building Shelby Cobras longer than just about anyone but Shelby American, but even the best fiberglass needs expert prep, so this one received hours and hours of sanding and smoothing before the Guardsman Blue paint was applied. And since Cobras always look naked without them, a set of slick Titanium Silver stripes were added in the correct proportions, then trimmed with burnt orange pinstripes, giving this roadster the look of having come right off the show field, not just the racing grid. Fit and finish are well above average, and it obvious this build was not done in someone's home garage, but by the pros at York Sports Cars in Ashland, Virginia. The doors fit well, the ... Read More...
     
  • December 14, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1965 Plymouth Fury III - $13,995.00 Cars like this 1965 Plymouth Fury III were muscle cars before we knew to call them muscle cars. Pared-down mid-size hardtops stuffed with big block engines were a Mopar specialty, and this Fury doesn't disappoint. In fact, this might be one of the best deals we have in our showroom right now. If you are looking for a classic that packs big block power under the hood that you can unleash on the open streets without feeling guilty about it, then this is the classic for you. Visually the body lines of the Fury are still as desirable today, as they were the day it rolled out of the factory. Still covered in a correct coat of Ice Blue, the cantilevered roof line was a Chrysler trademark throughout the '60s, and it works especially well here, imparting a sleek look to the otherwise conservative Fury. At the front, you'll find the unmistakable stacked headlights that flank the famous red, white and blue Plymouth emblem. The chrome and trim throughout the body is in really good shape, especial ... Read More...
     
  • December 14, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1957 Chevrolet 3100 - $29,995.00 This Chevy Task Force era truck will bring some blue skies to a cloudy day. With a bold personality mixed with the charm and style that came with the fabulous fifties, this truck is made to turn heads on the road. With plenty of power stemming from a fresh 350 to get around, there should be no stopping you! This Tropic Turquoise beauty brings brightness to a world filled with the same old same old painted autos. During its extensive restoration, the truck was lowered just a bit, giving it a nice sturdy stance, while not dropping it so much that it renders the truck useless. The open grille and hood lines distinguish this truck as the '57 it is, and having a contrasting tan color in the grille has made the front end really stand out. The emblems have been shaved to give the exterior a clean look that doesn't distract from the lines of the shapely fenders. The oak planks of the truck bed have been replaced and look fantastic providing a nice contrast against the Turquoise. This American ... Read More...
     
  • December 14, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1970 Dodge Challenger - $39,995.00 Chrysler's E-body twins, the Cuda and the Challenger, remain A-list muscle and this 1970 Dodge Challenger offers all the explanation you'll need. In-your-face aggressive, it backs up its awesome look with a 440 cubic inch big block and Six Pack induction, suggesting that if you have the proverbial big stick, walking softly is purely optional. OK, we'll deal with the obvious stuff first: the blacked-out nose. If it's not for you, that's OK, but if you like your muscle to look a little sinister, then please stick around because this one gets everything right. The graphite colored hood treatment that extends to the fenders is actually quite nicely done, with crisp masking and a cool satin finish that looks slick. It follows the contours of the fenders, leading you to a set of Road Runner style stripes that finish the look. Underneath, there's Hemi Orange paint that's in excellent condition, the perfect foundation for a fast car that's used to getting attention. Panel alignment is quite go ... Read More...
     
  • December 14, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1965 Austin Healey 3000 Mark III - $66,995.00 The last of the big Healeys, this 1965 BJ8 Mark 3 is a wonderfully maintained 3-owner car that also happens to be the most desirable of the bunch. Finished in a traditional color combination that sparkles, as well as a gorgeous interior, it offers more than $7500 worth of recent work and a known history dating back to day one. There's no more appropriate color on a big Healey than Healey Blue, although this one was originally British Racing Green, which might be a close second. Repainted about ten years ago, this big roadster still looks great with only minor signs of use, which it wears like badges of honor. A long life down in Atlanta means that the usual rust demons were kept at bay with this one and it's one of those rare cars that has been properly maintained all its life and therefore never needed a full frame-off restoration. Clean bodywork has factory-style gaps and great panel alignment so it looks properly assembled and the way it feels is unique to cars that have never been ... Read More...
     
  • December 14, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1950 Ford Coupe - $42,995.00 This minty green 1950 Ford coupe is one of the slickest semi-customs we've ever seen. Built four years ago, it was obviously a labor of love and retains the beautiful original lines and gives them a traditional custom makeover to create something truly special. The 1949 Fords were groundbreaking cars, and this coupe is arguably the most attractive model. The shape is delightfully modern and retro at the same time and the clean look is tough for customizers to improve. So when this one was built, they focused on making what was already there as nice as possible and then cleaned it up a bit, and the results are amazing. The hood badge was shaved, the windows were tinted, and the deck emblem was removed, but beyond that, it looks almost the way Ford designers envisioned. The gorgeous green paint is extremely well done and captures the perfect '50s pastel look that works quite well. The doors open and close with the precision that only comes from a lot of tedious hand-fitting and adjusting ... Read More...
     
  • December 14, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1972 Ford F-100 - $19,995.00 Ford fans, never fear, we have great old pickups for you as well. Perhaps they worked harder than their Chevy counterparts, or perhaps fewer were built, but it seems that there are not nearly as many early-70s Fords. Fortunately, we have found this one, which is an extremely clean '72 F100 Ranger XLT that's clearly had a lot of care over the last 43 years. I don't know about you, but that light blue paint job has the right look for the period and it works really well on the truck's neatly creased sheetmetal. Still showing some of the '60s detailing but a forward look that would stay with Ford for a generation, this '72 is a neat example of the evolution of the pickup truck. It's been repainted at least once but the combination of Wimbledon White over Wind blue is correct according to the door tag. It's got a great shine that's not quite show quality but definitely garners attention out on the street. Also note the embossed spear that runs from nose to tail on each side, the molded-in f ... Read More...
     
  • December 14, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1956 Ford F-100 - $73,995.00 There are quite a few nice Ford F-100s in our inventory, but if you're want show quality that you can drive, there's only one: this 1956 Ford F-100 custom cab. Built by John Dunn and the recipient of awards like a Top Ten award at the 2014 F-100 nationals (700 trucks), Ford Truck Pick at the 2014 Goodguys Spring Nationals, and the winner of the Semi-Custom Truck class at the 2014 Dallas Auto-Rama. Yeah, it's fresh and it's ready to start collecting some trophies for you! It's GM Torch Red, but don't fret, Ford guys, this one still has that traditional F-100 look and it's simply dazzling. Show-quality trucks don't grow on trees and once you've seen this truck next to what most folks consider "nice trucks," you'll never look at pickups the same again. The finish is impossibly deep and shiny, and while we never use the word "perfect" around here, we're having trouble coming up with proper descriptors for this one. Fit and finish are superb, there are hundreds of hours tied up in the final ... Read More...
     
  • December 14, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1968 AMC AMX - $29,995.00 The AMC AMX is overdue for a big bounce-back in the market, and if there's a car that's going to lead the charge, it's this period-correct 1968 AMX. Great colors are a big help, but it also includes goodies like a Z-code 343 Typhoon V8, factory A/C, and an expensive restoration. And although we don't have an original dealer invoice, all physical evidence checks out to this baby being a vaunted "Go-Package" AMX. Unlike most of the other pony cars, AMC's entry was strictly a 2-seater, making the AMX somewhat of an anomaly. For that reason alone it should be highly collectable, but for reasons we don't really understand, these great cars remain in the shadows of the other players. That's really a shame, because after you see this one up close, you'll discover why these are really cool cars. The bodywork was restored a few years ago, and with bright red paint and white stripes, the chunky AMX looks fast and lean. There are signs of professional work everywhere you look, including a final w ... Read More...
     
  • December 14, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1968 Ford Torino - $26,995.00 Who would've thought that a Torino would make such an awesome resto-mod? Take a relatively rare 1968 Torino GT hardtop (not a fastback!), add a splash of Cobra red paint, a great-running 289, and a lowered suspension and you get a full-sized party on wheels. Ford fans, this is the car you've been waiting for. This Torino originally wore a coat of 1960s Lime Gold, which was OK if you don't mind blending in, but when it was rebuilt and thoroughly updated a few years ago, it was drenched in spectacular Laser Red, which was the color used on the 2000 Cobra R models. The incredible finish shows off the long, clean flanks of the Torino, which turns out to be a great-looking car in bright red. Note the crisp crease running from nose to tail, the blacked-out hood with scoop, and the impressive attention to detail that keeps all the bright trim looking great and you have a car that's sure to attract a lot of attention. With that vivid red finish, you really can't hide bad bodywork, so the gaps ... Read More...
     
  • December 14, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1950 Oldsmobile 88 - $39,995.00 This 1950 Oldsmobile 88 has a lot going on and offers something that will appeal to almost everyone. It was the second year for the revolutionary OHV "Rocket" V8 and the last year for the fastback body style, which makes for a great combination of speed and sleek design. But beyond that, the car has been used as a canvas by a very talented pinstripe artist to showcase his craft, and if you like mild '50s customs, this Olds has a lot to offer. From the information gathered by the current owner, this handsome Olds was restored in 1994 and has held up rather well since then. A lot of that was due to being a California car, so the sheetmetal was in excellent condition and needed very little reconstructive surgery and none of it is visible today. The color is period appropriate, with just a hint of the metallic that was starting to become fashionable in the auto industry at the dawn of the 1950s. The doors open and close well, the sleek fastback trunk sits flush, and period accessories like ... Read More...
     
  • December 14, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1950 Chevrolet Bel Air - $21,995.00 If you like the simple, clean look of the pre-V8 Chevrolets but need a little more go power than the old Stovebolt six could provide, well, perhaps this 1950 Chevrolet Bel Air hardtop is the solution. An older build that combines the smooth curves of the early '50s with later V8 power that makes a big difference in how the car drives, this Bel Air is a lot of inexpensive fun. The '50s were a time of pretty radical changes at GM, but if you're a traditionalist who likes an old car that looks old, the early cars definitely hold some appeal. Bright white wasn't on the original color palette, but it works rather well in this car's case. The build was done some years ago, so there's evidence of age in the finish, but from a few feet away it looks good and for a car that runs this well, it's easy to overlook some defects in the paint. When it was built, fit and finish were quite good, with doors that align right and a hood that sits flush, and the bodywork underneath is in good condition. Be ... Read More...
     
  • December 14, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1965 Ford Mustang - $21,995.00 There's no denying it, early Ford Mustangs are one iconic automobile. And with all the resto-mods and custom cars running around, sometimes it's refreshing to see a clean and honest early Mustang. This lovely 1965 Ford Mustang coupe features a slick look and a sweet-running 289, which is paired to a 4-speed manual... It doesn't get much better than that. While red, yellow, and even green can catch the eyes of other drivers due to their boldness, this Gunmetal Gray will catch everyone's eye due to its sleek, timeless look. The fresh paint also features black painted stripes that only add to the overall look of the car. This coupe doesn't need scoops or wings to stand out. Instead this car embodies what the famous Mustang looks like and what brought it to its iconic status. The quarters are straight and clean, the doors fit well, and details stand out against the shiny paint. Check out the sharp crease that frames the side cove, the chrome insert, and the beautifully finished chrome bump ... Read More...
     
  • December 14, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1965 Ford Mustang - $26,995.00 Sometimes you just want a nice Mustang that drives well and doesn't give you headaches. This 1965 coupe is like that, offering a sweet-running 289, ice cold factory A/C, and a paint job that might help keep you out of trouble, it's exactly the right car for someone who likes to drive their vintage hardware. This is an early 1965 Mustang and it doesn't get much more traditional in the Mustang world than Wimbledon White. Thanks to a fairly comprehensive restoration not too long ago, it's very clean and the creamy Wimbledon White paint is exactly the right shade. Look how it defines the side coves, which are also highlighted by shiny trim inserts. You'll also note that the bodywork was nicely done and the car appears to be very solid and clean inside and underneath. The paint was sprayed only about five years ago, and it's two-stage urethane, so it should look this good forever with just a modicum of care and the gaps are better than most early Mustangs that have led hard lives. The trim ... Read More...
     
  • December 14, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1969 Pontiac GTO - $32,995.00 So what do you do when you have a clean 1969 GTO with a missing engine? You find a replacement, use as many original components as possible, then put it all back together and go hunt Mustangs to destroy. Fast and fun, this Goat isn't saddled with a weighty pedigree and instead offers an affordable bottom line and all the fun you'd expect from Pontiac's best performer. Repainted a few years ago to get rid of the dull original code 65 Antique Gold paint, this freshened Matador Red GTO nails the high-performance look. At this price, it's not perfect, but thanks to a professional touch-up a few months ago, it looks better than most of the cars you'll see at the local cruise night. Fit and finish are pretty good and the two-stage paint gives it a depth and luster that remains appealing all these years later. There are no stripes or fake Judge decals, but it does include a pair of hood scoops and a hood tach, both very important parts of the GTO look. The urethane front bumper fits extremely ... Read More...
     
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