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  • July 28, 2015 06:07 AM By debbie - Articles
    Goolsby Edition by Lokar Goolsby Edition by Lokar 1932 Ford Roadster Door Sill Plates ... Read More...
     
  • July 28, 2015 06:04 AM By debbie - Articles
    Goolsby Edition by Lokar Goolsby Edition by Lokar Billet Aluminum Shift Lever The Goolsby Edition by Lokar Billet Aluminum Shift Lever is direct bolt on for the Tremec T5, T45, T56 and TKO Transmissions. The product is made of durable billet aluminum construction. The design ... Read More...
     
  • July 26, 2015 07:51 PM By carlheinrich2jhp - StreetRods For Sale
    1968 Chevy Nova $32000.00 Reduced 7/26 - $32,000.00 Beautiful 1968 Chevy II Nova $32000.00 ... Read More...
     
  • July 26, 2015 09:45 AM By lumbertakeoff - StreetRods For Sale
    1987 Chevy Camaro - $13,750.00 87 Iroc-Z "Yellow Gold" 350 Crate 475 HP+ Man Trans 5-Speed ... Read More...
     
  • July 26, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1957 Chevrolet Bel Air - $44,995.00 If you've been watching '57 Chevy prices for the past few years, you know they're only going one direction: up. If you've decided that now is the time to pick up that perfect Bel Air that you've always wanted, allow us to recommend this gorgeous Onyx Black hardtop. Nicely restored with a bunch of thoughtful upgrades that make it an effortless, comfortable cruiser, it's the kind of car that we all wish we could own at some point in our lives. Why not now? There's nothing like basic black on the '57 Chevy body, and I'll wager that if you ask anyone to picture a '57 Chevy in their imagination, it'll look something like this. Great looks simply never go out of style, especially when they're as well-executed as this one. We always talk about prep and alignment, but on this car it's almost redundant, because you can see how nice it is just be looking at the photos. That shine is no illusion, and the distortion-free reflections in the paint's surface are not trick photography. This car really ... Read More...
     
  • July 26, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1965 Plymouth Satellite - $26,995.00 Some of our favorite cars are those that that you never expect to love. This 1965 Plymouth Satellite is a pretty unassuming car, a cool hardtop in awesome '60s colors, but you'd never think that there was a predator lurking within. Not quite a pure sleeper, but it's a subtle factory hot rod that hits all the right notes with a 440 cubic inch big block and a 4-speed waiting inside. Chrysler marketers weren't that talented in the paint naming department, but the KK1 "Medium Turquoise" paint on this car is indeed its original color and it really works well. It's bright, clean, and unassuming, perfect for a car with serious blasting powder under the hood. The sleek lines of the '65 Satellite mean that you really need to nail the bodywork, and with straight panels and crisp details like that slashing character line down the sides, the guys who painted this one really got it right. There are definitely some signs of age and use, but the basics are excellent, and the overall patina helps with ... Read More...
     
  • July 26, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1953 Chevrolet Sedan - $27,995.00 If you're looking for something fun, different, and unique...how about this 1953 Chevrolet Sedan Deluxe? It features a great-sounding V8, with all of the niceties you would want for a long enjoyable weekend cruise. With the price we have listed on this one, we don't expect it to last long either. This 1953 Chevy is ready for the road and with its custom touches throughout you'll be sure to turn heads no matter where you go. Vibrant red, although obviously not the original color, is sure to grab everyone's attention. With beautiful chrome accents this car is dazzling. True Chevrolet fans will notice that liberties have been taken when it comes to the bodywork, however in this case the overall presence is stunning. This is a true example of how less can definitely be more. The build was done some years ago, so there's evidence of age in the finish, but from a few feet away it appears near perfect, and for a car that runs this well, it's easy to overlook minor paint issues. At the back of ... Read More...
     
  • July 26, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1923 Ford T-Bucket - $18,995.00 The T-bucket is one of the most enduring and endearing styles in all of hot rodding. Generally acknowledged to be the creation of Norm Grabowski in the 1950s, T-buckets are the essence of the hot rod: big engine, big tires, and a minimalist body to keep weight to a bare minimum. The idea has always been that the T-bucket was built from scavenged parts, but many of them, such as this 1923 Model T roadster, just look too well-finished to be junkyard dogs. The shape is archetypal T-bucket, with the tall, vertical windshield and stubby pickup truck bed out back. Nobody's really sure how that came to be, since Ford pickups never looked like this, but today it's the accepted style of the T-bucket and it just looks right. We don't know when this one was built, but it was a while ago, so it has a proper old-school look that you'll find appealing. The paint is an appealing raspberry red, which is a nice change from either the primer black that has recently come back into fashion, or the excessi ... Read More...
     
  • July 26, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1932 Ford Roadster - $44,995.00 This 1932 Ford highboy roadster has a traditional look but few rods of the good old days were finished to this level. A custom interior, a strong-running small block V8, and an unusual yet period-correct paint job make this a roadster that will stand out without trying too hard. This build was finished a few years ago but never saw much use, so it still looks fresh and with this look, it'll never go out of style. The body is fiberglass with a steel 3-piece hood, but until you rap your knuckles against it, you'd never know for sure. The yellow paint is high-impact and definitely makes this car look bold, but the tan two-tone for the top surfaces gives it a whole new look that's straight out of the '50s when such combinations were building the foundations of hot rodding. The paint looks quite good and aside from some minor signs of use, the finish is holding up beautifully. It's got that awesome minimalist look that strips the '32 down to the barest of minimums, with a pair of headlights ... Read More...
     
  • July 26, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1933 Chevrolet 5 Window Coupe - $49,995.00 Who would have thought a Chevrolet would be part of the dare to be different school of thought? But that's exactly what this gorgeous 1933 Chevy 5-window coupe is: a fresh take on a familiar theme. Given the relative rarity of a '33 Chevy, this one sure came together nicely. All the usual tricks are there, plus a few maybe you haven't seen before, and it's doubly cool simply because none of it was able to be ordered from a catalog like you can with a Ford. Billet grille insert? Make it yourself. Smooth hood? Hand fabricated. Shaved bumpers and smooth running boards? Figure it out. The bright yellow paint practically sizzles off the bodywork, and thanks to shaved handles and a monochromatic look, it'll never go out of style. The hand-painted pinstripes spell out 'Chevy' on the sides of the body, just to let onlookers know what they're seeing, but the overall look is sophisticated and very well integrated. Someone invested an awful lot of time making this car look this good, and they did ... Read More...
     
  • July 26, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1968 Cadillac Deville - $32,995.00 There's still something special about a long, sleek Cadillac convertible, and showing up in this gorgeous 1968 Cadillac DeVille convertible still draws a crowd. Legendary for their effortlessness, the 1968 Models are possibly the last of the truly opulent Cadillacs that were built up to a standard rather down to a price. The first thing you need to know about this car is that it's not nearly as pink as it looks in photos. Some paints, particularly those with a lot of metallic and pearls in them, just don't photograph properly, but believe us when we tell you that this is NOT a pink Cadillac. It's actually a deep, luscious metallic red that was used on some Cadillacs of the early 2000s and it works equally well on this late-60s luxury cruiser. The long, angular lines scream Cadillac and this is one of those rare cars that needs no introduction, even to non-car people; EVERYONE knows this is a Cadillac when they see it. Finish quality is quite good, with straight bodywork (critical on so ... Read More...
     
  • July 26, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1972 Chevrolet C10 - $28,995.00 Things of quality have no fear of time, and this 1972 Chevrolet C10 pickup is a fine example. Powerful, handsome, and ready to work and play, it's proof that the market for clean classic pickups remains strong. Finished in bright Hugger Orange (always a favorite on any Chevrolet), this C10 offers a traditional muscle car color combination that looks awesome anywhere it goes. This is the kind of color that will never go out of style on the right cars; you can't paint a modern pickup Hugger Orange, but on this square-jawed 1972 C10 it works exceedingly well. Bodywork is excellent, and it's obvious that this truck did not need any major surgery prior to paint, especially hailing from the warm, dry southern US. It also appears that this truck never worked for a living, with a bed that's in incredible condition with no abuse evident and dressed up with a set of chrome bed rails. There's plenty of trim to make it sparkle, from the squared-off grille to the chrome bumpers and that woodgrained ... Read More...
     
  • July 26, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1966 Ford Mustang - $20,995.00 Take one classic early Mustang, in this case a 1966 coupe, add vivid red paint and a beautiful black interior, plus one 289 cubic inch V8, and you get the world's most beloved pony car. And despite their soaring popularity, Mustangs like this one remain extremely affordable ways to own A-list rides. Red is the archetypal Mustang color, and on a coupe like this, nothing looks better. The red bright paint has a nice shine to it. It's a respectable build that you would be proud of at any classic car meet, but you can also be confident the doors and hood shut with ease and precision. This car is a very nice driver that will catch a lot of eyes while driving around town. This Mustang keeps it clean inside, too, where a freshly restored black bucket seat interior remains almost entirely stock, just like the exterior. With an aftermarket center console, it's a handsome, sporting place and it's easy to see why the Mustang was so popular with millions of buyers in its first few years. The gauge ... Read More...
     
  • July 26, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1966 Ford Mustang - $17,995.00 With all the resto-mods and custom cars running around, sometimes it's refreshing to see a clean and honest early Mustang. This lovely 1966 Ford Mustang coupe features a wonderful color combination, a sweet-running 289, and an extra-large dose of charm. Code Y Silver Blue was the factory color for this pony car, but it's been replaced with a more desirable coat of vivid red paint. It's a captivating look that will certainly age well with the Mustang's lines. Bodywork is fair, making this car the perfect driver that you don't need to worry about ruining a concours quality finish, staying true to the Mustang's roots as an affordable, fun car. It's also nicely detailed just as it would have been in 1966, with chrome bumpers, cool inserts in the quarter panels, and those iconic 289 badges on the front fenders. Chrome Crager wheels measure in at 14'' and complete the classic look we've all come to love with older Mustangs. The interior makes for a great color combination, finished in clean ... Read More...
     
  • July 26, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1963 Chevrolet Nova - $29,995.00 The Chevrolet II practically defines the hot-rodding lifestyle of the 1960s. Sure, manufacturers were putting asphalt warriors in the showroom such as the Buick GSX, big block Chevelles, and 426 equipped Mopars. But the enthusiast on a budget reached for the compact cars like this 1963 Chevrolet II Nova Tribute, and swapped in a larger 8 cylinder engine to gain big power in a small package. Painted in red and flashing a liquid gloss, this is a classic car body that you'll appreciate seeing cleaned up every time you treat it with a detail. It's a simple design from GM that is accented well with sharp bright work, chrome bumpers, SS badging, aftermarket headlights, and a vertical grill. The body is solid, panels appear smooth, gaps are consistent, and the doors, trunk, and hood shut with confidence. The windows are framed by clean trim, and 15'' Rally wheels with faux knock offs are wrapped in BF Goodrich rubber for a classic muscle car appearance. Open the doors and you're welcomed by a ... Read More...
     
  • July 26, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1965 Pontiac GTO - $34,995.00 If there's one car that has an eager built-in audience, it's the GTO. Few car guys will dispute that any GTO is cool or not, but when they're as nicely done as this 1965 GTO 2-door, well, it's easy to understand why they never last long around here. Tri-Power and a 4-speed make this the Goat for guys who want to experience the fun first-hand instead of sitting on an investment. Who cares if the cowl tag says this one was originally Turquoise Metallic, the brilliant red hue looks like a million bucks on the early GTO sheetmetal. Applied to some very, very straight sheetmetal, the two-stage urethane consists of three coats of color and three coats of clear, so there was plenty there to handle a professional cut and buff session that left it looking like a million bucks. Deep, shiny, and reflective like a piece of glass, this deep red Goat is almost too pretty to be this nasty. Chrome and stainless serves to accent the rich and handsome paint in wonderful fashion, and there are rumors tha ... Read More...
     
  • July 26, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1962 Chevrolet Corvair - $11,995.00 Who says there are no more affordable collector cars that you'd actually want? No, you don't have to settle for a 1973 Maverick with a rod knock, you can get this neat little 1962 Chevrolet Corvair Monza convertible, which comes complete with a manual gearbox and an energetic attitude that makes it a lot of fun to drive. There's been nothing else like the Corvair before or since, unless you count the Porsche 911, which is some pretty heady company. Now, we're not saying the Corvair is a 911 alternative, but we are saying that if you're a fan of the unusual, the funky, and the off-beat, the Corvair should appeal to you. And even if you're a bit more mainstream, the Corvair is now an icon, and like when it was new, it offers style, practicality, and economy in equal measure. The Ermine White finish looks great on the trim convertible bodywork and it has a great 1960s look that remains appealing today. We don't know when it was restored, but it was clearly freshened at some point and toda ... Read More...
     
  • July 26, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1955 Chevrolet Bel Air - $73,995.00 The backbone of the old car hobby is nostalgia, and the driving force behind this gorgeous 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air convertible is a man re-creating his first new car. It's something we've all longed to do, and the result is a very attractive and very road-worthy ragtop that hits all the right buttons. The car's original colors were changed to Gypsy Red and India Ivory because that's how the restorer's first car was clothed. It was purchased specifically for this build and fully restored in 2001 using parts from a donor car to make sure that as many parts as possible were OEM. Finish quality is extremely good, probably better than new, and thanks to hours and hours spent blocking, sanding, and aligning the sheetmetal, it looks ready to show. This was definitely not some home restoration project, but rather an expensive undertaking using professional shops, and it shows in the brilliant final finish. The surface is glossy and smooth, and despite being almost 15 years old, the car looks am ... Read More...
     
  • July 26, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1941 Chevrolet Convertible - $54,995.00 The best rods are those that are finished and fully engineered. Built as a project car buy the guys at "Rod Action" magazine, it's completely functional and full of traditional styling tricks. As a real 1941 Chevy convertible, there's a full folding top, a powerful LT1 engine, and a comfortable ultra-leather interior with all the creature comforts. Why settle for less? There's still plenty of Chevy DNA visible in this amazing ragtop, but the list of body mods is extensive. Starting with a clean '41 Chevy, they started by deleting all the trim, including the bumpers and door handles, for an ultra-smooth look. The hood was sectioned and pancaked, the rear fenders were molded into the body, the headlights were frenched, and, well, you get the idea. It's still a '41 Chevy, but the details are pretty spectacular. I'm sure they created more than a few articles in the magazine about doing bodywork, and they nailed it because the steel is super straight, the gaps are excellent, and the final f ... Read More...
     
  • July 26, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1928 Chevrolet Coupe - $22,995.00 As popular as the Ford Model A is today, it's easy to forget that in 1928, Chevrolet was still #1 in sales. Wearing a handsome older restoration, this trim 1928 Chevy business coupe has big car styling at a very reasonable price, making it as attractive today as it was when it was new. With the paint charts being as ancient as they are, it's hard to say whether this car is painted its exact original colors, but it sure looks right and the books show a color called "Paul Revere Green" that's pretty close to what it's wearing today, so we'll go with it. In truth, this neat little coupe could probably wear just about any color and look equally handsome and it has the archetypal "old-fashioned car" look that we all drew as little kids. The bodywork was nicely restored and for a wood-framed car, it fits together rather well, with doors that feel substantial when you close them. The paint shines up nicely and is probably lacquer or perhaps an early enamel, so it looks authentic for 1928. Bla ... Read More...
     
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