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  • October 31, 2014 06:39 PM By classicalGasMotors - StreetRods For Sale
    1996 Pontiac Firebird - $19,775.00 Opportunities like this don't come up very often. If you were ever jealous of the guy cruising around in the Firebird but couldn't afford it at the time or maybe you were too young, this is your chance. Pontiac stopped producing the Firebird in 2002 so they literally just aren't making any more of these. With only 4,500 miles, this car is as close to new as you are going to get. It is hard to believe that the car has made it 18 years with only 4,500 miles but that is indeed the case. It has been extremely well cared for and seeing how immaculate every feature is will assure you that those low miles are true....read the full description or check out classicalgasmotors.com for additional information! ... Read More...
     
  • October 31, 2014 06:33 PM By classicalGasMotors - StreetRods For Sale
    1972 Chevy Chevelle - $64,750.00 The level of restoration is extremely high quality and the originality was preserved throughout. This is the type of car that you look at as just as much an investment as it is a fun classic car. If you need a true SS for the collection then you definitely need to give this one a close look. It is all numbers matching and all parts are date coded correctly. It was sold new at Gates Chevrolet in South Bend Indiana and comes with a build sheet and list of all the parts purchased. It has belonged to the same owner and professional car builder for the past 26 years so you know it was well cared for....read the full description or check out classicalgasmotors.com for additional information! ... Read More...
     
  • October 31, 2014 01:47 PM By mgswheels - StreetRods For Sale
    1947 Ford Convertible - $26,000.00 1947 Ford Convertible street rod ... Read More...
     
  • October 31, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1957 Ford Thunderbird - $39,995.00 The first-generation Thunderbird lasted only three years, and each year is distinctly different. The '55 is the purest design, the '56 addressed functional shortcomings, and the '57 tied it all together perfectly. This '57 T-Bird, complete with porthole hardtop and a bunch of options, shows you why 1957 was a high-water mark for the entire industry, not just the Thunderbird. Restored several years ago, this rare code N Seaspray Green (added late in production) 'Bird looks like 1957 on wheels. Perfect pastel color, plenty of chrome, and just a bit of tailfin to make things interesting. The look is unmistakable, making it one of the most beloved cars of all time, and there's virtually nobody who doesn't love the Thunderbird. Some folks would consider a Thunderbird an investment, but this one is really better suited to driving and having fun, which is what the T-Bird lifestyle is all about. But when you see it, you won't be thinking about resale value, it'll be love at first sight. It's q ... Read More...
     
  • October 31, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1972 Chevrolet C10 - $19,995.00 Before we had compact pickups, we had cool rigs like this 1972 Chevrolet C10. The closest thing to a sports truck at the time, it packed muscle car horsepower and heavy duty utility into a compact, attractive body that offers great proportions, V8 power, and a great look that remains as popular today as it was when it was new. Finished in bright turquoise, this truck has a bright, cheerful disposition that doesn't come off as trying too hard. Short wheelbase with regular cab and a 6-foot bed is perhaps the most attractive combination on an early pickup, offering a manageable size, relatively light weight, and plenty of utility that makes this an easy purchase to justify. A few custom tricks like the smoothie tailgate, custom rear roll pan, and a few traditional-looking pinstripe details make this one stand out in a pretty crowded field. All the panels line up well, the doors fit properly, and the bed offers a durable spray-on bedliner that brings practicality as well as low-maintenance ... Read More...
     
  • October 31, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1956 Chevrolet Bel Air - $58,995.00 Why are there so few 1956 Chevys on the market compared to their 1955 and 1957 siblings? This 1956 Bel Air hardtop makes a compelling argument for the beauty of the middle child in the Tri-Five lineup, offering a wonderful period color scheme, V8 power, and a quality restoration that's only a few steps removed from the show field. The trim tag says this car was originally white over blue, but we much prefer the sophisticated India Ivory over taupe metallic finish on the car today. It's not directly from the Chevrolet color books, but it does have a proper 1950s look about it and the unusual combination will most certainly stand out at a show. Only the experts will know for sure, and I bet they'll love it, too! Finish quality is superb and the '56 Chevys in particular don't leave much room for misaligned panels or wavy bodywork, so they worked overtime to get everything super straight before it was painted. Modern paints offer a superior shine and durability but the overall look is very ... Read More...
     
  • October 31, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1957 Chevrolet 210 - $59,995.00 All '57 Chevys are alike, right? Wrong! Take a good, long look at this amazing 1957 Chevrolet 210 2-door and you'll find a lot of time, effort, and money went into the build, with the result being a big-block show car that can hammer down the highway better than almost anything else on four wheels. Yeah, it's pretty cool. The color is somewhere between silver, gold, and tan, a wonderful, soft, sophisticated hue that gives the 210 a very expensive look. The investment in quality bodywork is evident everywhere you look and the simple 210 trim doesn't leave any areas for shoddy workmanship to hide. The deep, glossy finish not only makes heads turn with its unusual look, but it's surprisingly easy on the eyes, hiding dirt and blemishes quite well, so you don't need to be afraid to drive it. A few liberties were taken, including shaving the nose emblem and punching some louvers in the hood, both time-honored custom tricks that seem to pay especially big dividends on the '57 Chevys. Spectacu ... Read More...
     
  • October 31, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1970 AMC Javelin - $13,995.00 Nobody has been able to explain why the very rare and unique AMC Javelin has not kept pace with its Big Three counterparts. This cool SST version of the off-brand pony car offers a lot of originality for the guy who dares to be different. A little late to the pony car game, AMC finally jumped in with the Javelin, which offered their unique take on the long nose/short deck look with 2+2 seating. We're guessing that it's been refinished at some point simply because it looks great. No, it's not perfect, but with a deep cleaning and a fresh coat of wax, we bet you'll get more than your share of complements on this out-of-the-ordinary car. The color is pure 1970s funky and with a vinyl half roof and unique stripes that hug the Javelin's curves, it won't be mistaken for anything else. I've always found the Javelin's front end to be particularly attractive, aggressive without resorting to scoops and spoilers, and this one includes nice chrome, cool hood inserts, and the full-width taillight o ... Read More...
     
  • October 31, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1937 Chevrolet GC - $29,995.00 In the 1930s pickup trucks were often simply passenger cars with a bed, and that's not necessarily a bad thing. Offering the same smooth inline-six powerplant that drove all Chevy vehicles in 1937, this handsome ½ ton black pickup has an honest look that's both stylish and utilitarian, not to mention reliable. Basic black looks great on the working-class hauler and while beauty wasn't Chevy's top priority in the truck field, nobody can say this is an unattractive machine. Classic curves, an instantly recognizable grille, and an upright look that instantly takes us back to the old days are all included. By 1937, Chevy designers had knocked the sharp edges off their pickup trucks, so the rounded fenders and handsome cab work well together and even with the square bed out back. Functionally, the truck offers a nicely finished bed with an oak floor with just the right amount of patina, and while the black paint shines up nicely, it, too, has signs of a life well-lived in the field. If you ... Read More...
     
  • October 31, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1965 Ford Mustang - $34,995.00 If you've been wanting an early Mustang convertible, we're going to urge you to buy one soon. Prices are most definitely on the move and after years of being affordable cars, Mustangs like this 1965 ragtop are steadily pushing northwards in the price department. This one offers all the right equipment, including a 289 cubic inch V8 and a great color combination, and we really don't expect it'll last very long on the showroom floor. Originally Rangoon Red, this one was restored in classic Wimbledon White and for an early Mustang, it's always a fantastic choice. It seems to accentuate the car's honest good looks and with just a hint of cream in the mix, it looks warm and inviting, not sterile and appliance-like. Good bodywork is always critical on a Mustang, whose unibody construction relies on strong bones underneath. Decent gaps and panel alignment make the car show well at local cruise nights and casual shows, and the chrome bumpers sparkle against the white paint. Other external deta ... Read More...
     
  • October 31, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1964 Buick LeSabre - $13,995.00 The '60s were pretty conservative and few automakers were as conservative as Buick. This clean, elegant, and very original 1964 Buick LeSabre sedan is a great example of the no-nonsense styling of the period, and to be honest, it has an undeniable appeal that still works today. Make no mistake, this is a big car, but the clean, purposeful styling masks its sheer size. Buicks were expensive machines and part of that was a lot of sheetmetal to demonstrate that you'd well and truly made it. The handsome LeSabre styling offers an upright greenhouse on a slender body, like a 9/8 scale Impala sedan, a look that really works well. The color is pretty close to Coral Mist, a factory offering in 1964, and just about the only part of this car that's a little extroverted. In a field of staid blue, gray, and green Buicks, this one will truly stand out and it really is quite handsome. It has likely been repainted at some point in its life and the finish still has a great shine that could easily be b ... Read More...
     
  • October 31, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass - $35,995.00 If you can stop looking at the bright chrome wheels you'll find a wonderfully straight and well-loved 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme convertible. With just three owners from new, a single repaint, and a lot of character, this is a very appealing alternative to the usual late-60s cruisers. The current owner bought this car from his brother, who, in turn, bought it from a neighbor nearly two decades ago, so the chain of ownership actually means something in this car's case. Always treated as something special, these guys seemed to know that taking care of the Olds was more important than flashy graphics and body modifications. As a result, it wears just a single repaint in the original code D Crystal Blue, and despite being applied in 2002, this beauty has been garage kept so it still looks fantastic today. Super straight bodywork no doubt contributes to the overall high-quality look, and the sharp Oldsmobile fender arches and peaked fenders look particularly crisp in the sparkling blue ... Read More...
     
  • October 31, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1971 Pontiac Firebird - $63,995.00 This was the car everyone was afraid to see in their rear-view mirror in 1971. The Trans Am graduated to big block horsepower in 1971, and this one sports its original, numbers-matching 455 HO motor along with that classic Trans Am paint scheme to create one of the most intimidating cars of the era. Restored in the early 2000s and in long-term ownership dating back more than 20 years, this car has an awesome pedigree. Cameo White made a return as the Trans Am's standard color, topped by a single blue stripe with a shadow effect that actually looks really cool. Only 2116 Trans Ams were built in 1971, so seeing one then or today isn't exactly a common occurrence, but there's no mistaking it when you see it. The paint, which is now a decade old, still shines up well with only a few minor signs of use and the proper decals were all reinstalled as needed to give it a factory-correct look. The deep chin spoiler, Endura front bumper, and ducktail spoiler on the trunk lid all make this car loo ... Read More...
     
  • October 31, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1937 Chevrolet Master - $39,995.00 Hard to believe that this polished-looking little coupe is a Chevy instead of a much more expensive model. With classic Art-Deco styling, even the affordable 1937 Chevrolets look expensive and this handsome coupe's restoration suggests a lot of time and money invested in the result. Wearing its original code 215 Gazelle Brown, this tidy little coupe has an understated elegant look that surely was a hit in 1937. The styling was rounded and smooth, taking advantage of new advances in aerodynamics without losing the basic identity. The car's most distinctive feature is the slashing reveal coming off the front fenders, a line unique to the 1937 Chevrolets and not seen anywhere else. Fit and finish are quite good, with a great period-correct gloss that does without metallic or a hard shine to create a warmth you don't see on today's cars. The rear-mounted spare adds length and makes the car look sporty and running boards were still very much a part of the design, with these wearing replacem ... Read More...
     
  • October 31, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1966 Chevrolet Corvette - $54,995.00 Once in a while, a favorite car lands in our showroom and everyone sits up and takes notice. This gorgeous 1966 Corvette carries its original, numbers-matching 327/300 engine, an awesome color combination, and the undeniable appeal of a car that has been loved all its life. If you're looking for one to drive, this bright red roadster is the mid-year Corvette to own thanks the virtues of the lightweight small-block's handling. Mid-year Corvettes are exploding in value, so finding one that's both affordable and well-sorted isn't all that easy. So many guys think that they need to have concours-quality 'Vettes to be happy are overlooking the true joy of a car with character like this one. Is it perfect? Heck no! But the Rally Red paint shows well, offering just the right shade and a few appropriate signs of use, but that only means that it's been enjoyed as intended, right? The fiberglass is in great shape overall, with good gaps and no evidence of major damage or issues aside from the us ... Read More...
     
  • October 31, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1966 Chevrolet Biscayne - $34,995.00 Sleepers are a kind of perverse pleasure, a car whose appearance and performance are inversely related. Take this 1966 Chevy Biscayne 2-door sedan for example. Plain, simple, even subdued... but deadly. Behind that unassuming exterior there's a thumping 427 cubic inch V8 and all the hardware to plant the power, making this the kind of car that crushes egos with impunity. OK, the sleeper look is anything but these days, but there's so much to love about the industrial-strength looks of this vicious Biscayne. Plain old white certainly helps, but underneath there's incredibly straight bodywork that either cost a fortune or came from someplace warm where it was only driven by a little old lady going to church. This sucker is CLEAN! There's a bit of orange peel here and there and it's not show quality, but it totally nails the inconspicuous look that makes sleepers so successful. The two-door sedan body style offers the strength that's necessary to stand up to the rigors of street racing wi ... Read More...
     
  • October 31, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1966 Chevrolet Chevelle - $77,995.00 We get so hung up on matching numbers and factory specs that it's often difficult to imagine a Chevelle that isn't just like all the others. Well, this incredible 1966 Chevelle convertible was built by a guy who didn't mind coloring a bit outside the lines, and once you see it, you'll forget all about pedigrees and factory-correct and instead just embrace the fact that cool is in. This bright turquoise green ragtop makes a big statement wherever it goes, so it's a good thing that it has the street cred to back it up. Since the goal was to attract attention, they made sure the bodywork would withstand some pretty close scrutiny and that it does, with good gaps, super-straight quarters, and no mods (not even a cowl induction hood!). By focusing on the basics, the car doesn't look like it's trying too hard and you're suddenly struck by the fact that these A-bodies are incredibly good-looking cars. The beautiful finish went down after the bodywork was just right and the deep shine comes fr ... Read More...
     
  • October 31, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1967 Chevrolet Camaro - $49,995.00 When you set out to build your dream car, you don't cut corners and only the best will do. That's how this beautiful 1967 Chevrolet Camaro came to be, the culmination of decades of dreaming by a dedicated guy who decided that he was only going to do it once, so he may as well do it right, and the results speak for themselves. This sizzling red Camaro simply glows with quality workmanship. You can always tell the cars where the guys were sweating the little stuff, and this one looks bright, crisp, and beautifully finished in every way. The sizzling red paint is hard to ignore but if you look too hard, it might damage your retinas, and the work underneath stands up to the kind of scrutiny that a car like this is sure to get. It's been driven, so it's no longer absolutely perfect, but overall it's really impressive. A cowl-induction hood was added for clearance (more on that in a moment) and it wears a single black stripe down the center, a unique take on the standard SS stripes that look ... Read More...
     
  • October 31, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1970 Chevrolet Nova - $25,995.00 Everyone knows that taking weight out is the same as putting horsepower in, so starting with a compact car like the Nova makes a lot of sense when you're trying to build a hot street car. This 1970 Nova SS tribute offers a great-running 350 cubic inch V8, rare bucket seats, and a subtle look that perfectly captures the dual nature of Chevy's right-sized Nova. This car was originally code 50 Gobi Beige, so you shouldn't wonder why it was covered in that gorgeous Sherwin Williams burgundy urethane, and the job was so thorough that you'll be hard-pressed to find any trace of beige on the car today. This car shows nice gaps and panel alignment, which is typical of these sturdy little cars, and the doors close without a big slam. Chevy clearly intended to keep the latest Nova SS low-profile, as the only giveaways are the usual blacked-out SS grille, '350' badges on the front fenders and a matching black SS panel between the taillights. Everything else, from the chrome bumpers to the stainle ... Read More...
     
  • October 31, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1969 Chevrolet Nova - $23,995.00 Chevy's all-new Nova hit the streets in 1968 and despite its mission as a modestly-sized, affordable car, the engineers at GM made sure that a big block would fit comfortably under the hood. Because of this, cars like this 1969 Nova make for some very impressive street machines, with this one offering a thumping 427 in that lightweight 2-door sedan body shell. And as you can imagine, performance is entertaining to say the least. But before we get ahead of ourselves, let's have a look at this handsome burgundy coupe. The finish is a few years old and gives the car a grown-up look. No stripes, no spoilers, not even any fake SS badges, just a cowl induction hood that seems perfectly appropriate. The whole car fits together rather well with doors that close easily, a hood that fits flush, and just a bit of rake to accentuate the Nova's semi-fastback profile. Up close, you'll note that the badges on the front fenders read '427' which surely causes some consternation in other cars at red lig ... Read More...
     
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