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  • July 31, 2014 12:00 AM By Ronniej - StreetRods For Sale
    1933 Ford Sedan Delivery - $45,000.00 Downs MFG. 3" chop. Teal green metallic. Hand painted flames by Ohio Flames.355 ci Chevy motor. Air conditioning. Built 350 turbo 2300 stall. ... Read More...
     
  • July 29, 2014 08:50 AM By ARPY - StreetRods For Sale
    1955 Ford 1/2 ton p/u 292  v8 - $14,500.00 1955 ford f100 pickup immaculate reduced $14500.00 firm ... Read More...
     
  • July 29, 2014 08:11 AM By ARPY - StreetRods For Sale
    1931 Ford 4-door Deluxe with air conditioning - $17,990.00 1931 Forfd model a 4 dr pristine! air condition! reduced $18k firm ... Read More...
     
  • July 28, 2014 02:50 PM By ARPY - StreetRods For Sale
    1932 Ford 3-window coupe Pro built, Immaculate - $41,990.00 32 Ford 3 w coupe pro built brand new reduced! $42k firm ... Read More...
     
  • July 28, 2014 01:44 PM By classicalGasMotors - StreetRods For Sale
    2000 Other Trailer - $9,500.00 If you are in the market for a trailer you have run across a great opportunity. Not only is this 24ft enclosed haulmark trailer in great condition but it has been customized to satisfy every need you could have. Lets start with the basic specs. The trailer is coated in a white finish that has been kept entirely clean except for a "Haulmark Race Trailers" decal in the rear. It measures 24 ft with a door height of 74 in. The ceiling height is 77in and the width 8ft 1in. Being an extra 12 inches over the stock style height you can easily transport a lifted Jeep or something similar. It has 2 side windows and a 4ft wide side door. Both torsion 5000lbs axles are fitted with brakes and great looking aluminum wheels. The hitch system utilizes an equalizer EZ lift hitch, electric jack and a tuff tow system...read the full description or check out classicalgasmotors.com for additional information! ... Read More...
     
  • July 28, 2014 01:31 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1966 Dodge Coronet 500 - $26,995.00 We've had a few of these pretty mid-60s Mopars recently, and this 1966 Dodge Coronet 500 might be the nicest yet. The bright red paint shows off the angular body quite well and with a burly 440 under the hood, it more than lives up to the hype. Add in a few desirable factory options, a cool bucket set interior, and you end up with a Mopar that tops to the cool charts. This car was originally yellow, but given how non-committal the colors were back in 1966, the red works just fine. It's an attention-grabber, that's for sure, but the good news is that they seem to have gone the extra mile to make it tidy. You'll note that the detailing on the quarter panels is crisp, the crease along the top of the fender is sharp enough to give you a paper cut, and the smooth, flat areas are distortion-free. The only way to get all that is time and effort, and it shows. The paint shines up beautifully and the gloss is really impressive, and the red really sets off this car's more aggressive look that's ... Read More...
     
  • July 28, 2014 01:31 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1967 Dodge Coronet 440 - $29,995.00 Chrysler might have been late to the pony car party, but they practically invented personal muscle with cars like this 1967 Dodge Coronet 440 hardtop. In addition to the beautiful cantilevered roof styling, it offers big block power, great colors, and it's seldom-seen at local cruise nights, so you can bet on getting plenty of attention. The handsome straight lines of these cars have aged well. They capture the '60s almost perfectly, but with angular lines and wonderful detailing they wear it proudly. Aside from the top, which still wears its original white vinyl covering, by the way, the most dramatic feature must be those quarter panels which seem to be pointing forward into the future. The one part of the '60s we're glad it didn't bring with it was the original light green paint, which would be as stylish as an avocado-colored refrigerator today, and instead wears a medium blue that's a lot more attractive and probably won't go out of fashion anytime soon. The sheetmetal is straight ... Read More...
     
  • July 28, 2014 01:31 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1966 Dodge Coronet 440 - $24,995.00 From the "unsung muscle cars" comes this fairly awesome 1966 Dodge Coronet 440. It's got a matching numbers big block punch, a cool '60s color combination, and just the right mods to make it a real joy to drive today, all at a very appealing price. That's original sheetmetal and it's only been repainted once, suggesting that this car has led a pretty clean life. That's the original color, called Saddle Bronze, and unlike so many other truly '60s hues, it seems to have aged rather well. It's subtle and sophisticated, perfect for an unusual car like this Coronet, and seems to enhance the nicely tailored sheetmetal. Note the creases along the side and how they flare out on the quarters, making the car look like it's always in motion, and you already know how much we love the cantilevered roofline on these Mopars. Despite being a few years old, the paint is in excellent condition and shows only minor signs of use, even though the car has undoubtedly been a favorite driver. The chrome and s ... Read More...
     
  • July 28, 2014 01:31 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1957 Chevrolet Bel Air - $59,995.00 This '57 Bel Air is one shiny Chevy! Thanks to a full frame-off build that cost more than $85,000, this is undoubtedly one of the finest tri-five Chevys we've ever featured. It keeps its classic looks but augments them with an upgraded V8 powerplant, gorgeous interior, and driving manners that will make you want to take a road trip every weekend. There are plenty of red '57s out there, but not many that positively glow like this one. The finish is almost impossibly deep and glossy and you can see where a pretty big chunk of those build costs were spent. On a '57, getting the bodywork right is more critical than on many of its contemporaries simply because of that stainless trim, and you can see that this one lines up quite nicely. The paint is two-stage urethane, but they were wise to leave out the metallic, so it has a fantastic shine but a very correct look. All the Bel Air trim was buffed, polished, or replaced during the body's restoration, and they didn't feel the need to modify o ... Read More...
     
  • July 28, 2014 01:31 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1957 Chevrolet Bel Air - $94,995.00 They built a lot of 1957 Chevys, and despite that they continue to be highly-sought, first-rate collectables. And then there are cars like this particular Bel Air hardtop, which simply borders on art. Immaculate in every sense of the word, you can see the quality from 50 feet away, and from behind the wheel, you'll know this car was worth every penny. Sure, a Matador Red '57 Bel Air hardtop is a pretty popular car, but not many guys invest the time and money required to bring them up to this level. It's almost like this one was rebuilt from the molecular level to be better than the rest, with a show-quality finish that seems to glow from within. Looking down its flanks, you won't see a single ripple or wave, and even the edges of the panels are almost perfectly flat so the light moves effortlessly from one to the next. The red paint is so deep and rich it's almost like you could jump in and swim around in it. Nothing was modified, just restored to an impossibly high level, including ch ... Read More...
     
  • July 28, 2014 01:31 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1957 Chevrolet Bel Air - $42,995.00 The 1957 Chevy is as popular today as ever, and they won't be getting more affordable in the future, so if you've been looking, perhaps this gorgeous blue hardtop will appeal to you. With traditional mods and a great cool look that's a treat for the eyes, this original Fuelie has just the right blend of performance and pedigree to be a winner. Looking this bright blue hardtop over, it's hard to believe that the paint is 20 years old; it looks closer to two years old! You can scan through our inventory of 1957 Chevys and this blue car stands out simply because it's not red, but to be honest, that's really doing this car a disservice. The bodywork is in good shape and the paint shines up very nicely, erasing the years easily and making for a very attractive car from any angle. The choice of a single color and Bel Air trim makes it look sleek, and the 'Fuel Injection' badges on the front fenders aren't there simply because the builder thought they were pretty (we'll talk more about the en ... Read More...
     
  • July 28, 2014 01:31 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1956 Chevrolet 210 - $74,995.00 Around here, we don't use the words "perfect" or "flawless" to describe cars, because, well, there aren't many that qualify. But when this 1956 Chevrolet 210 showed up, there were few other words to describe the incredible quality and attention to detail that are evident throughout the car. If it's not perfect, it still gets closer than almost any other car we've featured. Crisp, clean, and super straight, the bodywork on this car is impressive even in light colors, which have a very 1956 look. Restored by Billy Coltrane, every inch of sheetmetal was smoothed and sanded, every panel was installed, fitted, adjusted, removed, paitned, and reinstalled so carefully that the gaps can be measured with a ruler. The finish is deep and shiny, and even though white and light blue aren't in-your-face bright, they look simply spectacular on this incredible 210. Nothing was shaved or deleted, but using the cleaner, less ornate 210 model certainly gives it a sleeker look, doesn't it? All of the chro ... Read More...
     
  • July 28, 2014 01:31 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1932 Ford Coupe - $34,995.00 The 1932 Ford 3-window coupe is THE hot rod. There are others, but most hot rods today can trace their histories back to the '32 Ford 3-window coupe, and they're as popular today as they ever were. This striking white Ford has the right stance, the right profile, and the right hardware to make it look traditional, but all the creature comforts to which we've become accustomed, so it's also easy to enjoy. It's a Kilbourne fiberglass body and in a lot of ways, fiberglass is the way to go. One, it doesn't rust or get dented, so no worries in the future if you drive it. Two, it finishes beautifully and the results show everywhere you look on this car. And three, it's brand new, so you don't have to deal with a creaky old Ford body and instead enjoy a rod that's tight and quiet on the inside. White is a cool choice simply because you don't see it very often, and the icy paint looks great without the need for graphics or pinstripes. It has a minimalist vibe that's perfect for the '32 3-windo ... Read More...
     
  • July 28, 2014 01:31 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1955 Ford Thunderbird - $39,995.00 Early Thunderbirds like this 1955 example remain some of the most collectable '50s cars and it's easy to understand why. With strong-performing V8s under the hood, a dash of luxury, and style that still makes people smile even more than fifty years later, these are ideal cars for the collector who enjoys putting his machinery on the road. The bodywork was done to a good standard just a few years ago, and all the trouble-prone areas including around the rear wheel openings, under the seats, and in the trunk show quite well thanks to long-term ownership in a warm, dry climate. Code A Raven Black paint covers every square inch of the body to great effect; this one will stop traffic! The top stashes behind the seat, giving it a clean, unbroken line front to rear that's uninterrupted by a top stack. Fit and finish are good, with doors that feel substantial and a trunk lid that fits so well that the gas filler is neatly centered in its opening. Interestingly, fender skirts were optional on e ... Read More...
     
  • July 28, 2014 01:31 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1932 Ford Roadster - $44,995.00 There are a lot of '32 Fords out there, but full-fendered cars that are as much about luxury as they are about performance are rather rare. Finished in glittering PPG paint and featuring a tan leather interior, this gorgeous roadster looks vintage but drives like a modern car. In the sunlight, the PPG Cinnamon Metallic paint is spectacular and highlights the many curves and intricate details of the '32 Ford body. Underneath, it's a Kilborne fiberglass reproduction that accurately duplicates the original Ford shape, albeit with shaved door handles and hinges. The 3-piece hood is steel and tilts open for access and can be completely removed to change the car's look. Finish quality is impressive, with super smooth bodywork, great gaps, and paint that looks a mile deep. The '32 look is complemented by the chrome windshield with wind wings, and for a traditional hot rod vibe, there are King Bee headlights on a dropped bar, along with chrome spreader bars front and rear. LED taillights that ... Read More...
     
  • July 28, 2014 01:31 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1959 Ford Thunderbird - $19,995.00 Some cars bounce from place to place, never seeming to find the right home. Other cars, however, come from stable ownership and are looking for their next caretaker. With the past 20 years spent with its restorer, this cool 1959 Thunderbird is on the hunt for another great home! These second gen 'Birds are a lot larger and a lot more luxurious than their Spartan 2-seat predecessors. With seating for two more came a lot more room and convenience items along with a much better ride. The styling went over like gangbusters in '58 with a 76 percent jump in sales, and those numbers only got higher for '59. Up front, you've got an excellent chrome bumper with a wide opening for the slatted grille. The single headlamps gave way to duals, tucked under fender brows. Continue back past the enlarged hood scoop and on the square, raked roofline, well-accented here in crisp Colonial White. The Indian Turquoise paint is a classic and it's wearing well, though there are some expected chips and marks f ... Read More...
     
  • July 28, 2014 01:31 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1954 Chevrolet 3100 - $24,995.00 This 1954 Chevrolet 3100 is ready for show or go. Willing to put in long hours, carry heavy loads, and look good doing it, it can still be used as a truck but is also nice enough to show. On the other hand, with a nice restoration, this is also a great-driving vehicle with a comfortable ride and reasonable power in addition to those timeless good looks. Capture the best of both worlds with a hobby vehicle that you can use as Chevrolet intended without worry, and still drive it to the local cruise night where it'll draw a crowd. Bright red is always a great choice on a vintage pickup truck, and thanks to the wonders of modern paint finishes, this one looks like it just rolled out of the showroom. The Advance Design pickups are a favorite among truck enthusiasts, and they were one of the first trucks to take into account that just maybe all those farmers and carpenters wanted something that was stylish and comfortable as well as durable and versatile. Fit and finish are quite good and un ... Read More...
     
  • July 28, 2014 01:31 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1953 Chevrolet 3100 - $49,995.00 We see a lot of pretty cool pickups, but this 1953 Chevy 3100 might be the most elegant we've ever featured. And it's more than just pretty, because there's an LS1 powerplant underneath, a leather-lined interior, and a well-designed chassis that's built for the road. This truck has already earned its share of kudos and shows just 63 miles on the build, with most of those probably coming while it was driving on and off the trailer. This show-worthy hauler started as a 5-window pickup and was stripped bare and fully rebuilt using old-fashioned hot-rodding tricks and exceptional craftsmanship. Most notable is, of course, the paint job, which offers a black-and-tan combination separated by a red pinstripe to make this blue-collar pickup look at home on Rodeo Drive. The door handles and some of the trim was shaved, but they kept the trademark grille and cool emblem on the nose, while the bed got a full makeover that includes a fresh wood floor, a custom tailgate, and faired-in taillights th ... Read More...
     
  • July 28, 2014 01:31 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1955 Chevrolet 3100 - $48,995.00 This 1955 Chevrolet 3100 pickup is one of those builds where you can see the attention to detail in every single component. Not merely assembled, but rather built with an eye towards making even the little stuff look right, it's gorgeous to look at and wonderful to drive. Combined with a great color and interior choice, it makes for a slick hauler that can take home trophies or cruise cross-country equally well. This truck goes way beyond simple hauler, and even back in the '50s, Chevy revolutionized the industry with the crazy idea that workmen wanted attractive vehicles, too. So while a lot of them got worked right into the ground, this handsome pickup received a no-holds-barred rejuvenation that includes a few skillfully shaved bits and a lot of hand work to make it smooth and shiny. Fit and finish are quite good overall, and the turquoise paint was done in 2013 and is perfect for the 1950s vibe. A 1957 grille was fitted up front, and who can argue with how cool it looks? The window ... Read More...
     
  • July 28, 2014 01:31 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1948 Studebaker Champion - $16,995.00 Following the war, all the automakers were scrambling to get new hardware out the door, but Studebaker was one of the first to offer a truly new design with the 1947 Champion and Commander. With its distinctive and striking wrap-around rear window, this 1948 Champion coupe offers ground-breaking styling that still looks great today combined with durable, thrifty performance that made them a very popular choice back in the day. The neat little Champion was the right car at the right time and maybe that time has come again. The size and proportions are just about perfect and it has a slick 1940s look that makes folks smile everywhere it goes. The green paint wasn't available on coupes, only convertibles, but it obviously looks right on the Stude's sleek bodywork. Restored quite some time ago, the paint is showing some signs of age, but then again, it has an honest appeal and I don't know that I'd worry about the little scratches and nicks that are only visible up close. The doors fit wel ... Read More...
     
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