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  • September 18, 2014 08:38 AM By ARPY - StreetRods For Sale
    1932 Ford 2-dr all steel Vickey! - $41,990.00 32 Ford all steel Vicky attn. dealers (or anyone) Wholsale new low price! ... Read More...
     
  • September 17, 2014 06:19 PM By sweet32 - StreetRods For Sale
    1928 Ford A Roadster - $40,000.00 1929 Ford Henry steel Probably the Best on west coast ... Read More...
     
  • September 16, 2014 03:45 PM By classicalGasMotors - StreetRods For Sale
    1953 Mercury Monterrey - $24,725.00 This classic Mercury has been rebuilt multiple times in the past to make sure it is mechanically sound and always in good cruising condition. Prior to the rebuild the car was in dry storage so moisture and many other problems that occur when cars just sit was avoided. Once pulled out of storage the car was rebuilt and turned into the dream car it is today. It is freshly painted a combination of dark metallic green with pale green which work together perfectly. All of the chrome and exterior trim is not only in great shape but is all there. A small 3 inch piece of trim can tend to cause headaches when searching for parts, but have no fear because this classic has them all...read the full description or check out classicalgasmotors.com for additional information! ... Read More...
     
  • September 16, 2014 02:58 PM By classicalGasMotors - StreetRods For Sale
    1951 Chevy Custom - $41,400.00 This is very possibly the coolest, fastest, best built, pro street beauty to be offered for sale in a very, long time! From the top of the roof to the monster tires that keep it all on the ground, this one off professionally built machine is equally comfortable on the street, at a show, or on the strip, your choice. Where to start is probably the question, so lets begin by saying that every inch of the vehicle has been built by professional builder, Dennis Davis. The one off 4 link Davis Racing frame was custom built by Dennis himself and is easily compared with any Art Morrison or other exceptional frame available. Weld wheels sit under all four corners and tuck away beneath the fenders as you lower the fully computerized air bag system...read the full description or check out classicalgasmotors.com for additional information! ... Read More...
     
  • September 16, 2014 02:52 PM By classicalGasMotors - StreetRods For Sale
    1956 Chevy Bel Air - $44,950.00 Everyone has their favorite year for BelAir and if the 56 is yours then this car is a great candidate. Not only is the car in great condition, it was special ordered with all of the add ons you could possibly think of. From the tissue dispenser inside to the continental kit on the back this classic 1956 Chevrolet BelAir has it all. All of these little details are pretty rare finds and make the car really stand out when sitting next to other 1956's. The Black and Silver paint has a beautiful finish and graces the straight body nicely. Fender skirts are mounted to the rear just adding the the more streamline appearance these cars were meant to have. All of the stainless and chrome work is in immaculate shape and this car has much more then your standard BelAir. The continental kit utilizes a different style bumper in the rear and the front bumper is also the larger deluxe series as well...read the full description or check out classicalgasmotors.com for additional information! ... Read More...
     
  • September 16, 2014 12:12 PM By ARPY - StreetRods For Sale
    1931 Ford Vicky sedan; Body only! - $3,700.00 Rare 31 ford Vicky all steel body only reduced! now only $3,700.00 firm ... Read More...
     
  • September 15, 2014 05:58 PM By classicalGasMotors - StreetRods For Sale
    1957 Chevy Bel Air - $69,500.00 Easily one of the most recognizable American cars of all time is the 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air. Car shows and car collections alike just aren't complete without one. The 1957 two door hardtop you see here is an example of car restoration at a high level. The complete rotisserie body off, nut and bolt restoration brought this car back to its factory condition allowing every one a chance to see just how these cars looked over 50 years ago. The black/white two tone paint paired with vintage chrome is one of the finest looks ever achieved and this car pulls it off perfectly. The paint was put on super smooth and then color sanded/buffed to a very deep shine. And if you know anything about black paint, is that the body better be right, because black is a very unforgiving color when it comes to showing body work etc...read the full description or check out classicalgasmotors.com for additional information! ... Read More...
     
  • September 15, 2014 01:31 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1968 Dodge Charger - $59,995.00 If I were a gambling man, I'd wager that this triple-black 1968 Dodge Charger R/T will sell faster than any other car we've ever offered. Is it the best looking muscle car of all time? Hard to argue against it, and with a 440 under the hood it's got the performance hardware to back up its awesome look. If you're even considering this car, you need to call us now. You can't do better than basic black on the Charger's angular shape, and it's one of the more intimidating machines to come out of the muscle car era. Someone spent a considerable amount of time and effort to get this one into its current spectacular condition, and yes, there's a lot of sheetmetal to straighten, smooth, and buff. None of the factory details were altered, so you get that cool hood with recessed ducts that don't need to be overt to be effective, and the grille/headlight combination varied each year, with '68 being a perennial favorite for Mopar fans. The finish is about a mile deep and while it's not quite perfe ... Read More...
     
  • September 15, 2014 01:31 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1955 Ford Thunderbird - $28,995.00 Affordable Thunderbirds are not so easy to find, and this 1955 T-Bird, while not perfect, represents a great way to get a 2-seater convertible for not a lot of cash. Owned for more than 30 years by the president of Holley Carburetors, it's got a cool history and a great look. Believe it or not, your base Thunderbird in 1955 didn't come with fender skirts, and it gives Ford's favorite ragtop a totally different look. Squint your eyes and you can see the European influences and the 1955s in particular have a sleek, clean look. If this car was restored, it was a long time ago, but it has a comfortable look that's different from all the glittering show cars and wears its bumps and bruises with pride. It's a car you can get in and drive without a second thought about the weather or bugs or where you'll park, and that's a surprisingly liberating feeling. Don't get me wrong, this is a nice-looking car and the paint has an honest shine, and most of the chrome appears to be original, so the car ... Read More...
     
  • September 15, 2014 01:31 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1959 Ford Thunderbird - $32,995.00 In 1958, Ford doubled the number of seats and double the number of sales with their all-new Thunderbird. For 1959, the year this handsome Colonial White T-bird was built, sales were even stronger, and it's quite likely that without this trailblazing car, the Thunderbird would not have survived. With 2-seat 'Bird prices stagnating, the 4-seaters are seeing some nice gains, suggesting that what worked then is working just as well today. Known as the "square Birds" due to their angular styling, these are extremely handsome cars. This one has been nicely restored, showing great attention to detail and a lot of effort spent on getting everything straight. Despite the nickname, the cars actually have a lot of intricate shapes that were surely a challenge to stamp properly when they were new and doubly challenging to restore properly. Note the peaked tailfins, the pointed side trim, and the graceful body line stretching from the headlights down through the door. Ford's obsession with the jet ... Read More...
     
  • September 15, 2014 01:31 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1965 Shelby Cobra - $48,995.00 For sheer thrills on the road, nothing beats a Shelby Cobra. Built to look like a traditional Cobra, this Factory Five replica delivers big V8 thrills with razor-sharp handling, wrapped in a package that's finished in a brilliant, modern paint job. Factory Five's fiberglass has become some of the best in the industry, and it's worth noting that this car is built from 100% new components, same for the engine and transmission, which are fully rebuilt. However, even the best fiberglass needs expert prep, so this one received hours and hours of sanding and smoothing before the radiant metallic red paint was applied. Fit and finish are far above average, and it's obvious that this was not just done by an amateur, but by professionally, and they really knew what they were doing. The doors fit well, the hood sits flush, it feels rock solid going down the road, and as you can see, the paint is beyond beautiful. Factory Five logos nod at this car's professional quality, while polished roll bars ... Read More...
     
  • September 15, 2014 01:31 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1967 Chevrolet Pickup - $22,995.00 This 1967 Chevrolet pickup is a great example of small things making a big difference. Perfect stance, cool satin paint, a cowl hood, and a subtle de-badging are the only notable changes, but the things just looks sinister, doesn't it? Of course it has the power to back up the look plus an attractive interior that continues the theme. Satin paint is red hot right now and we were very pleasantly surprised to see how well the satin purple finish on this truck works. Combined with the cowl-induction hood, it makes everyone do a double-take the moment they see it, and then they seem drawn in to see what else on the truck was upgraded. As it turns out, the original shape looks pretty darned good, even fifty years later, and the trick paint really highlights the details like the molding that runs around the fender lips and the crease down the center of the hood. Suede paint is extremely hard to get right, despite what you'd think, and the surface has an even gloss and good coverage so there' ... Read More...
     
  • September 15, 2014 01:31 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1957 Chevrolet 210 - $29,995.00 It's no secret that we love 1957 Chevys here at Streetside Classics, but the way they sell also proves that you love them too! 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 2-door post coupe. Black has always been, and will always be in style, and the mono-tone black finish looks great on the '57 sheetmetal. A close examination will reveal only minor signs of use here and there, but that only proves that the car is working as intended. You already know that chrome isn't cheap, and the '57 is literally covered in the stuff, so there's a small fortune wrapped up in the details on this car and the results speak for themselves. A black on chrome contrast like you get with this '57 has got to be the best and most appealing combo for automotive styling, and it doesn't disappoint here. Black and grey is the theme inside, with black vinyl and cloth inserts covering the front and rear b ... Read More...
     
  • September 15, 2014 01:31 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1965 Shelby Superformance Cobra - $56,995.00 If you want a Cobra that merely looks like the original and tools around town like a regular car, there are plenty of choices. But if you want one that would actually go out on the track and open a can of you know what on cars costing thousands more, then this 1965 Superformance Cobra is probably a better choice. With lightweight 392 power, a 5-speed gearbox, and smart upgrades that deliver on the original car's promise, this is the weapon of choice when you need it to show off cruising, or an unexpected stoplight race. Superformance is known for their attention to detail, and there's no doubt that the bodies on their Cobras look right. The proportions, the curves, and the detailing all remain faithful to the original. Finished in bright red with white racing stripes, this one has a sporty swagger about it that isn't too outlandish or wild. Fit and finish are excellent throughout, with great gaps that only come from a lot of handwork and fiberglass dust. Black side pipes add an industr ... Read More...
     
  • September 15, 2014 01:31 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1965 Shelby Cobra - $57,995.00 We know that Cobra replica quality can be all over the map, but we invite you to examine this Backdraft Racing Cobra up close and personal, because it's one of the finest we've ever featured. Better still, it's got some unusual features, including a lovely light blue paint job that really stands out, and with 427 cubic inches under the hood, it backs up the look with plenty of go power. It's Gulf Blue, a well-known and highly respected racing color from the period, and it looks pretty darned good on the Cobra. In truth, it's always nice to see non-traditional but period-correct colors on the replicas, suggesting that the guy who built it knew exactly what he was doing rather than just going with what he thought was pretty. If you know the Backdraft cars, you know that their workmanship is well-regarded in the Cobra industry and the fit and finish on this particular car is worthy of all the extra scrutiny it's likely to get at shows. White stripes are, of course, part of the package, bu ... Read More...
     
  • September 15, 2014 01:31 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1956 Ford Customline - $29,995.00 Ford guys, we have the antidote for all the shoebox Chevys you see at car shows, and it takes the form of this pretty 1956 Ford Customline, which has a strong emphasis on CUSTOM. Expertly built and very clean, it's an eye-catching alternative for Blue Oval fans that like their street rods a little bit traditional. Like all great customs, the trick is to make the modifications invisible, and you'll spend a long time looking at this gorgeous Ford without seeing everything that was done to it. The obvious things like shaved door handles and hood trim are easy, but if you're a '50s car expert, you'll also note that 1955 Pontiac side trim has been used to great effect and that grille is from a 1956 Plymouth. Frenched headlights, lots of shaved trim, and a recessed power antenna all help make this car look special. Of course, there's also the fantastic paint, a wonderful copper over cream combination that's elegant and eye-catching without the need for excessive flash. Very nice. It's highli ... Read More...
     
  • September 15, 2014 01:31 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1966 Lincoln Continental - $24,995.00 The last of the 4-door Lincoln Continental convertibles are red-hot properties these days, showing up in music videos, movies, and TV shows, and prices are definitely on the march. All that makes this largely original 1966 Continental ragtop very appealing at this price. No, it's not perfect, but if you've always wanted one, this is pretty much the price of entry today. This bright blue convertible has a more playful look than most of its formal siblings and it works rather well on the giant 4-door convertible. Aside from a single repaint years ago, this car is almost entirely original. Given all that, it's in remarkably good condition with straight bodywork, four doors that open and close solidly, and impeccable styling that remains iconic. The finish was done some years ago, so it's not a show car, but you already knew that by looking at the price tag. On the other hand, the blemishes that you do see aren't all that major, so the car doesn't need any major cosmetic surgery to be enjo ... Read More...
     
  • September 15, 2014 01:31 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1966 Ford Galaxie - $24,995.00 Full-sized '60s luxury muscle is red hot in the market right now, and cars like this 1966 Ford Galaxie 500 hardtop are the reason why. Built with equal amounts of performance and comfort, full-sized cars like this can cruise cross-country effortlessly, and still dispatch lesser machines in the stop light grand prix. The door tag says this one came from the factory in two-tone Ivy Green over Sauterne Gold and today this car wears a beautiful coat of that correct color combination. Laying flat on the straight sheetmetal, those earthy tones highlight each other nicely and show crisp reflections. All of the correct trim and emblems are present, giving it an authentic look while chrome bumpers grace the front and rear of the long car. The doors, hood, and trunk fit very nicely and shut with the authority you would expect from a late model European luxury automobile. Classic Magnum 500 wheels provide some muscular appeal and are wrapped in fresh white wall tires. Inside, light ivy gold "Crin ... Read More...
     
  • September 15, 2014 01:31 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1964 Chevrolet Impala - $28,995.00 In the early '60s, if performance was your goal, the Impala was an excellent choice. Just the right size, beautifully styled without being over-wrought, and powered by a variety of engines, you could tailor it to just about any taste. That's just as true today as this 1964 Impala SS hardtop demonstrates: a potent small block, trick Air Ride suspension system, 4-wheel disc brakes, and plenty of class. Bright red is what most folks imagine when they think of the '64 Impala, but when you paint it Tuxedo Black it definitely takes on a sinister edge. It doesn't take much to make the Impala look racy, and this one looks just right. Bodywork is quite well done and shows of the crisply folded steel that makes the Imp so distinctive, and you can see in the photos that they put in the time to get it right. Gaps are good all around, the finish is nicely rendered in two-stage urethane, and it shows only a few signs of use since the work was completed. All the trim is in good condition, including t ... Read More...
     
  • September 15, 2014 01:31 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1963 Pontiac Le Mans - $94,995.00 Pure Pontiac through and through, this absolutely incredible 1963 Pontiac LeMans is a late-model GTO in disguise. An awesome example of Pontiac Pro-Touring muscle, it's got finesse, brutal horsepower, and incredible good looks, and with more than $157,000 in build receipts, you know it's off-the-charts amazing. It's kind of fitting that the basis of the first GTO was filled with the hardware from the last, and everything in-between is from the Excitement Division as well. The Le Mans bodywork never looked this good from the factory, and the slick little 2-door post coupe makes a fine foundation for a modern muscle car. The inky black sheetmetal almost looks shrink-wrapped over the mechanicals, and with the bumper tucked in close to the body, that hood scoop borrowed from a Super Duty Tempest, a 1970 GTO chin spoiler, and a ducktail spoiler from a '69 Firebird, there's plenty of Pontiac performance DNA to go around. Finish quality is quite good, with straight bodywork and a minimum of f ... Read More...
     
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