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  • June 27, 2015 10:41 AM By autobarn - StreetRods For Sale
    1992 Chevy Wagon - $13,995.00 Looking for a classic car, muscle car, sports car, exotic car, or antique car? AutoBarn Classic Cars has your investment wheels. ... Read More...
     
  • June 27, 2015 02:57 AM By debbie - Articles
    Goolsby Edition by Lokar Aluminum Dash Insert The Goolsby Edition by Lokar Billet Aluminum Dash Insert is available in brushed and polished finishes. Made of sturdy billet aluminum construction. It accepts one 3-3/8” gauge and four 2-1/16” gauges. Th ... Read More...
     
  • June 27, 2015 02:53 AM By autowire - Articles
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  • June 27, 2015 02:07 AM By will547 - StreetRods For Sale
    1967 Chevy Corvette - $37,000.00 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster. Super solid Corvette with super nice blue paint, Blue interior, Small block Chevy 350 Crate motor, 4 Speed transmission, Convertible and also has the hard top, Dual exhaust, , A great running and driving Chevy. ... Read More...
     
  • June 27, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1967 Dodge Coronet - $24,995.00 This amazing 1967 Dodge Coronet 440 is exactly what collectors mean when they talk about good, clean survivor cars. Loaded with a matching numbers 318, factory air, and fully documented, this car has covered just 2100 miles per year since new. Think about that for a minute... That Medium Tan Metallic paint is the original color, and has a soft shine that modern paints just can't duplicate. There has never been any sheetmetal replacement, no rust, and never an accident in this car's history. The paint was completely wet sanded, buffed, and coated with a protective clearcoat in 1985, which is how the car is presented today. It has that soft shine that vintage paint shows, and remains completely presentable as-is; repainting this car could be considered a crime. In the same way, all the trim and chrome is original, showing restorers just what it looked like when it was new-nice, huh? All the glass save for the windshield is original, the lenses and name plates are factory-installed, and t ... Read More...
     
  • June 27, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1957 Chevrolet Bel Air - $69,995.00 Cars like this 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air convertible remain popular year after year, and it's easy to understand why. They're handsome, comfortable, reliable cruisers that pluck at a lot of people's heart strings. When most folks think of the '50s, this is the car they imagine. This fabulous '57 Bel Air has been faithfully restored in correct Matador Red and it looks simply stunning. The iconic bodywork is well executed with tight gaps and signs of a substantial investment in time and effort to get the panels straight and ripple-free. The paint is almost impossibly deep and shiny thanks to quality prep & execution and if attracting attention is what you want, few cars can do it better. All the chrome has been re-plated, and given the costs of such work these days, it probably accounts for half the restoration costs. All the stainless was straightened and polished, and if there are any reproduction trim pieces on the car, they're indistinguishable from original. The gold anodized Chevr ... Read More...
     
  • June 27, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1957 Chevrolet Bel Air - $105,995.00 Like you just did, the first time I saw this stunning 1957 Chevy Bel Air convertible, I said, Oh wow! Professionally built to the very highest standards, this is what you get when you hand a blank check to some of the most talented guys in the industry, and we can guarantee that you'll have no regrets when you're behind the wheel of this incredible ragtop. There's probably not enough room to adequately cover this car's many highlights, but I'm going to give it a try anyway. First and foremost, the paint: it's black, but the kind of black that looks like it might still be wet and makes other black cars around it look dusty and gray. Despite the slammed stance, the bodywork is almost entirely unaltered, sticking to the glorious original recipe and merely finishing it to show standards to make it stand out. Panel fit and finish are off-the-charts nice, and there's probably $30,000 in chrome work alone. All the badges, emblems, and stainless trim remain in place, although there are a few s ... Read More...
     
  • June 27, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1956 Chevrolet Bel Air - $76,995.00 As the middle child of the Tri-Five Chevys, we get fewer 1956 Bel Airs than '55s and '57s. Why this is, I can't say, but it does mean that when an ultra-nice '56 Bel Air convertible like this shows up, everyone takes notice. Tastefully upgraded with a rumbling small block and A/C, this stunning ragtop still looks and drives like America's favorite collector car. This car has not had a frame-off restoration, which will give you a very good idea of how nice it truly is. It wears new paint, of course, and it accurately duplicates the original India Ivory over Onyx Black paint scheme it wore on the showroom floor in 1956. The sheetmetal is straight enough to wear black paint easily, with fit and finish that are worthy of this car's high-profile look and A-rated collectable status. The doors open and close the way only a solid, original car's door can, and since this body has never been off the frame, there's a distinct feeling to it that no restoration can duplicate. All the trim is origin ... Read More...
     
  • June 27, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1956 International Truck - $22,995.00 Stand out in a sea of garden-variety trucks with this searing yellow 1956 International. Known for rugged do-it-all reliability, the International also has a unique look and thanks to updated Ford mechanicals underneath, it's a turn-key pickup that definitely makes a statement. All '50s pickups have kind of the same, appealing look with rounded corners and stepside beds that recall the good old days, but this International puts its own spin on things. You should probably get ready for all the "What is that?" questions you're going to get, but there are plenty of design cues that make it easy to spot. The hood with its built-in vent at the leading edge was an International look for many years, and the body-colored grille blends seamlessly with the 1955 Chevy parking lights for a very clean, yet interesting, look. The front fenders were smoothed and molded into the surrounding bodywork, the bumpers were shaved, and pretty much everything was covered in bright yellow paint just in case yo ... Read More...
     
  • June 27, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1959 Ford Thunderbird - $21,995.00 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 red T-bird was built, sales were even stronger, and it's quite likely that without this trailblazing car, the Thunderbird would not have survived. Known as the square Birds due to their angular styling, these are extremely handsome cars. This one has been nicely restored to a very high standard, 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 age continued, and this Thunderbird features four round taillights that give the 'Bird a very distinctive look. All the chrome is be ... Read More...
     
  • June 27, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1957 Ford Thunderbird - $54,995.00 Except for perhaps the 1959 Cadillac, there's no better representative of the flashy '50s than the 1957 Ford Thunderbird. Since pastel colors look best on cars with fins, this one got a fresh coat of Dusk Rose during the recent restoration, and the result is nothing short of jaw-dropping. The ultimate '50s icon? I'll let you decide. The door tag says this one was originally plain old black, so during the frame-off restoration when the car was disassembled to a bare shell, the decision was made to create this spectacular Dusk Rose 'Bird. Finding one of these that were originally that color can be a challenge, but since there's no point deduction in competition for changing the color, I think it was a very smart choice that makes this one stand out in a big way. The bodywork is certainly worthy of the high-visibility hue, with exceptional gaps and tight fits throughout, and zero evidence that this was anything but a clean, southern Thunderbird. There's probably $20,000 worth of chrome on ... Read More...
     
  • June 27, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1956 Chevrolet Bel Air - $104,995.00 Wow, has this car has got the look. Immaculate doesn't begin to describe this pro-touring 1956 Chevy Bel Air show car which recently completed a high-level frame-off restoration. Without question, this is one of the nicest 56 Chevy's available in North Carolina, and quite possibly the entire U.S. The current owner bought the car in 1968 after returning home from a tour of duty in Vietnam. In the early years of ownership this car had a Corvette 327 with a four speed but then work, kids, and life in general took over. The car was stored away in garages until 2007 when the owner decided to go all out on the car of his youth. A painstaking restoration ensued and the result is the amazing machine you see here. Since the complete rotisserie restoration, only 2,300 break-in miles have been put on this car to date. Being a rust-free southern car to start with, this car was able to retain all its original body panels and floor pans during the restoration. The metal in this car is all-Amercian, ... Read More...
     
  • June 27, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1968 Plymouth Barracuda - $49,995.00 While the later 'Cudas seem to get all the press, true Mopar enthusiasts haven't forgotten the early Barracudas, and most notably, the Formula S models with their 383 cubic inch big blocks, upgraded suspension, and bigger tires. This particular 1968 Barracuda Formula S is dressed in the unusual notchback body style and boasts a numbers matching drivetrain. No question about it, this is a very special car. Beautifully restored just a few years ago, this car presents today in absolute stock condition and looks like it may have just hours after the proud new owner drove it home. The work is show quality throughout, and the original body panels are proof that this car has been a cherished toy from new, and not someone's beater or track star. Finished in correct Monotone White paint, the car is unassuming and blends into the background, which is what I presume the original owner intended. The Formula S badge up front on the fender might hint at what's under the hood. Not only is she a true ... Read More...
     
  • June 27, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1969 Ford Mustang - $74,995.00 What makes a muscle car valuable? Use this 1969 Shelby GT350 as your guide. Matching numbers, a manual gearbox, lots of options, plus a known, interesting history from new, complete with documentation. You want provenance? This amazing Shelby practically defines the word. Only a handful of cars were built in Grabber Yellow, and I think I like it even more on the sleek, elongated Shelby than I do on the Boss 302, but then again I'm a sucker for yellow cars. The revised nose erases almost all traces of Mustang, which is only really apparent in profile where you get arguably the best-looking fastback ever created. The tail got its own makeover as well, and thanks to the wonders of fiberglass, they could create the new look without a major investment. The restoration is a few years old, but it was done to a very high standard and quite honestly, the fiberglass hood and trunk lid fit a lot better than they did originally. As a lifetime California car (including the first owner who kept it u ... Read More...
     
  • June 27, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1957 Cadillac Series 62 - $37,595.00 There's absolutely nobody who doesn't think 1950s Cadillacs are cool. Even if you know nothing about cars, you know a 1950s Cadillac when you see it. This lovely 1957 Series 62 hardtop is one of those gorgeous designs that make people nostalgic, and as it turns out, they're also fantastic cars to drive. The color is called Leghorn Cream, and the car has been recently repainted using the original color as a guide. The soft, pastel yellow is ideal for a showboat like this, allowing the shape and the details to do the talking and creating a wonderfully period perfect background for all that chrome. Bodywork is excellent, and since there are no replacement panels for these cars, you know it's 100% OEM steel. The rear quarter panels are perhaps the largest ever stamped, and they're laser straight with no visible signs of patching, and we believe that this has always been a rust-free southern car. The chrome and trim is a combination of original and refinished pieces, and as you can imagine, ... Read More...
     
  • June 27, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1951 Mercury Eight - $36,995.00 This 1951 Mercury sedan will easily catch every sleeping at the next stop light grand prix. Without a chopped top, it merely looks like a clean old Merc, but under the hood is a thundering 429 cubic inch big block Ford, and for that reason, sleeper fans should be cheering. Finished several years ago and thoroughly enjoyed ever since, this is a refreshing change from all the chopped and channeled lead sleds out there. One glance through any car magazine and you'll find that chopped Mercurys are a dime a dozen, but finding a relatively stock-looking sedan is no easy feat. The design is handsome, no arguing there, and with a very nice black paint job, this one stands out for what it isn't, rather than for what it is. All the original trim, including the iconic Mercury grille, has not only been retained, but restored so it looks dazzling against the black paint. Traditional '50s mods include the fender skirts, dummy teardrop spotlights, and chrome headlight covers. But other details such a ... Read More...
     
  • June 27, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1964 Chevrolet Corvair - $9,995.00 The Corvair always marched to its own drummer, and today it's probably the most underrated collector car of them all. With great performance, stylish good looks, and impressive economy, it's a great hobby car for our times. This '64 Corvair convertible in brilliant red makes for a wonderful summertime cruiser that is just unusual enough to generate a ton of attention. It really is hard to go wrong with a bright red ragtop, and the humble Corvair delivers a funky 1960s look that always attracts attention. You can see shades of the Bel Air in the rear 3/4 view, there's a hint of the upcoming Camaro in the profile, for an inexpensive car, the stylists seem to have put in a few late nights making it look right. The restoration continued that legacy, giving it a better than average finish, and the bright red paint shines better than anything they were spraying in the '60s. That crease that wraps around the body runs in an unbroken line across every panel on the car, and they all line up nea ... Read More...
     
  • June 27, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1939 Chevrolet Master - $34,995.00 Already a multiple award winner, this slick 1939 Chevrolet Master Deluxe 2-door is just the right custom rod if you're the family type. Room for four, a smooth 327 under the hood, and a timeless look mean that it's ready to go anywhere this summer and will look great doing it. That wrap-around grille was the definitive look for 1939 GM products and had a custom look right out of the showroom. However, this Chevy has extensive body modifications that invisibly blend with the original look to create something truly special. Most obvious is the chopped top that gives it a sleek profile without killing headroom, and it works well with the Vee'd windshield. Other tweaks include shaved door handles and bumpers, smoothie fiberglass running boards (the 'glass front fenders are also from Fat Man), flush-fitting gas tank door, and a frenched license plate frame. The turquoise paint looks great on the fat fendered Chevy but doesn't go overboard with graphics, instead letting the ultra-smooth body ... Read More...
     
  • June 27, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1972 Chevrolet Chevelle - $27,995.00 At first glance, you may simply think this is a nice driver-grade Chevelle. And yes, you'd be right except for the weapons-grade firepower hiding under its bright blue hide. A beefy big block, quick-shifting automatic, and a 9-inch rear suggest that this 1972 Chevelle was built for more than just looking good. This is one vivid car, and it does tend to stand out in a crowd of Cranberry Red Chevelles. I like the ultra-clean look that they used, skipping the usual fake SS badges and stripes and instead focusing on getting the basics right. That means straight sheetmetal, good gaps, and doors that open and close like they should. The paint was done a few years ago, yet still shines up nicely and actually highlights the many interesting shapes on the Chevelle, from the steel cowl-induction hood to the bulging fenders that often go overlooked with other colors. A correct grille is simple and elegant, and bright chrome bumpers look great against the blue paint. It's been mostly de-badged, al ... Read More...
     
  • June 27, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1965 Chevrolet Corvette - $68,995.00 Once in a while, a spectacular car lands in our showroom and everyone sits up and takes notice. This gorgeous 1965 Corvette carries its original, numbers matching L75 327/300 engine, a 4-speed, and an unusual 3.08 gearset out back. Fresh off a frame-up restoration, this Ermine White roadster is the mid-year Corvette to own if you appreciate the virtues of a lightweight small-block's handling. Corvette restorers know that getting a mid-year Corvette to look right is a balancing act. They have to be nice to compete at high levels, but they can't be too perfect, so they are among the most challenging cars to restore properly. This one has super straight fiberglass, great panel gaps, and superb fit and finish, but it's more like it's brand new rather than over-restored (you Corvette guys know exactly what I'm talking about). The Ermine White is a pleasant change from all the Rally Red and Nassau Blue cars out there, timeless and elegant without being too flashy-it lets the incredible Sting ... Read More...
     
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