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  • October 29, 2014 02:43 AM By donpyle - StreetRods For Sale
    1941 Willys Pro-Street Coupe - $75,700.00 1941 Willys Pro Street Coupe. Professional, ground-up build by owner and finished in 2007. Current mileage 8,000, car shows and drives like new, constant award winner....and a great driver. Ride is as clean on top as underneath and always kept immaculate. ... Read More...
     
  • October 28, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1951 Ford Deluxe - $39,995.00 Not only does this 1951 Ford Deluxe business coupe have a cool retro look, but it offers a known ownership history back to day one and modern upgrades to make it a lot of fun to drive. A rather rare body style today, it embodies all that was great about the first all-new Fords following the war. You can see immediately why the business coupe is special, particularly in profile, where its sleek three-box design was fairly ground-breaking in 1951. The redesigned Fords that hit the market in1949 were a huge success, but it is this design that's the biggest hit with customizers. Fortunately, this one led an easy life and thanks to the pros at Miller Speedsports in Reno, Nevada, it got a pretty comprehensive makeover in 2008. That's when the bodywork was done, among other things, and today it still looks fantastic. Super clean sheetmetal shows clear reflections, critical when the body is relatively free of ornamentation like this one, and they wisely chose to keep all the original details i ... Read More...
     
  • October 28, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1972 Chevrolet C10 - $18,995.00 This incredibly clean 1972 Chevy C10 pickup beautifully combines the past and present in a seamless way, creating a trick truck that will undoubtedly get a ton of attention when it hits the streets. Add in a thumping 406 cubic inch engine, a gorgeous interior, and that sparkling blue paint job, and there might even be a trophy or two in it for the lucky new owner. Finished just about 1500 miles ago, this gorgeous truck stops people in their tracks. At first it's the paint, which is a brilliant blue, but not anything tricky like a metallic, but rather a bold, solid color that will definitely stand out among all the red and black trucks around it. Look a little closer and you'll notice the 1996 Chevy stepside pickup bed, which shockingly enough, seems to match up almost perfectly with the vintage truck cab's character lines. The result is an illusion that's extremely convincing and 100% factory, which is kind of a cool trick. And it's still practical, too, with all the hauling capabiliti ... Read More...
     
  • October 28, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1969 Ford Mustang - $28,995.00 Gorgeous is one word to sum up this 1969 Mustang convertible, thanks to its red over red color combination and a top that goes down. Fast is another word to describe it, with a potent 347 stroker motor under the hood and more than a few performance upgrades that give it the moves of one of its big block brothers without the weight. There's probably twice the asking price involved in the restoration of this pony and it shows. The bodywork is arrow-straight, with a good amount of effort invested in making sure everything was just right before any of the code T Candyapple Red paint was applied. This car comes with its original door tag and we can confirm that the color combination is correct, but no Mustang ever looked this good sitting in a 1969 showroom. Yes, the two-stage urethane paint is just too shiny and the panel gaps are probably better than any assembly line job, regardless of Ford's claims to the contrary. There are no fake badges, no Mach 1 or Shelby decals, just a clean, soli ... Read More...
     
  • October 28, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1968 Ford Torino - $16,995.00 Originality is important and collectors are finally realizing that every car doesn't need to be a trailer queen. Instead, cars like this 1968 Ford Torino hardtop are finding new homes and greater appreciation from guys who love seeing the way the factory did it and appreciate the feeling of a car that hasn't been torn down and rebuilt. For that reason, this Torino remains a special car. We suspect that the car had a repaint some years back, as a result you get a car that looks great but you aren't afraid to drive anywhere. But even as-is, it looks suitably vintage and contributes to this car's very appealing no-nonsense look, which is what original cars are all about. Survival rates on hardtop Torinos must be incredibly low, since you just don't see many of these at shows and cruise nights, but there's no denying that it's a handsome car. Compared to the fastbacks and convertibles, it has a somewhat formal look accentuated by restrained use of chrome. And there's just nothing like the ... Read More...
     
  • October 28, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1966 Ford Mustang - $35,995.00 Early Mustang fastbacks like this 1966 2+2 remain a bit of an anomaly, often pulling larger prices than their drop-top siblings. Is it the fantastic look? The practicality? The relative rarity? Whatever the reason, there are a lot of things to like about this dark blue fastback. What this Mustang offers is a classic high-performance look that doesn't go overboard, while maintaining that pony spirit that people have admired from day one. The dark blue paint is sophisticated and attractive and not too different from, say, Nightmist Blue. Finish quality is decent all around, making this a car you'll look forward to driving and one that will make you proud to pull into a favorite cruise night or car show. A small hood scoop and hood pins add a bit of competition styling that fits right on this quick little pony and it's refreshingly free of stripes and other decals. Instead, the clean shape speaks for itself. Bright chrome bumpers, a few well-placed emblems, and correct polished trim all g ... Read More...
     
  • October 28, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1957 Cadillac Coupe DeVille - $37,995.00 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. Dressed in basic black, this is a Cadillac that gets attention. At some point, the car was repainted using the original color as a guide and with that much sheetmetal to deal with, it's a good thing it was in great shape. The formal color 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 southe ... Read More...
     
  • October 28, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1951 Mercury Sedan - $129,995.00 The Mercury lead-sled is probably the coolest of the cool in terms of classic cruisers, and this fantastically-built 1951 Merc gets everything right. But what's even more remarkable is that this beautiful chopped show-stopper is a 4-door sedan! Yep, a lead sled that's also practical, how cool is that? It's easy to miss those extra doors in the back because the profile is so right. The five-inch top chop was expertly done and blends so seamlessly with the bodywork that you'd need a stock car next to it to see where all the surgery was performed. The classic low, wide look is 100% intact, regardless of how many doors you get, and they seem to have gone the extra mile to camouflage the rear doors as simply quarter windows. Very cool! Of course finish quality is exemplary, with ultra-smooth bodywork that probably took hundreds of hours to get to this condition and two-stage purple urethane paint that simply glows in the sunlight. The more notable mods include the aforementioned top chop pl ... Read More...
     
  • October 28, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1960 Buick LeSabre - $58,995.00 We didn't think it was possible to make the 1960 Buick LeSabre convertible more dramatic, but the guy who built this incredible ragtop has risen to the challenge. With big block power, the perfect stance, and sizzling red paint, this car is all about being noticed. Buick nailed the look in 1960, offering all the things that made the 1950s so awesome, only in a more sophisticated package. Never have there been more edges on a car, and with some of them stretching nearly eighteen feet long, this car simple demands attention. Fortunately, it stands up to the close scrutiny as the bodywork is absolutely spectacular in every way, from the mile-deep finish, to the minor custom touches that involve shaved door handles and some minor trim being deleted. Two-stage urethane paint with a high-quality buff job makes this car dazzling in the sunlight and if you're a trophy collector, this car will certainly help you win. The trim that wasn't shaved remains in place and restored to show condition, r ... Read More...
     
  • October 28, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1959 Chevrolet 3100 - $23,995.00 Mixing old and new isn't a recent phenomenon, but rarely have we seen them blended so seamlessly as on this 1959 Chevrolet pickup. Aside from the chrome wheels, it looks pretty much like your uncle's farm truck, but underneath it's a later chassis with a big block and a bunch of modern amenities. Bright red is always the right choice on a vintage pickup, but this one isn't faded and dusty like those you remember from your childhood. Instead, it's been given the once-over to bring it up to modern standards, and the results are certainly eye-catching. The bodywork is straight and clean with good gaps all around and a pleasing forward-looking design that gives the truck a sense of motion. The red paint is a few years old now and may be showing its age, but even from ten feet away it shines up beautifully and looks very appealing. A lot of the chrome trim was shaved, modern mirrors were affixed to the doors, while the original grille was painted to match the body just to clean things up a ... Read More...
     
  • October 28, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1968 Pontiac Firebird - $32,995.00 Cars like this 1968 Pontiac Firebird convertible make you realize just how perfectly designed the original F-bodies really were. I mean, this is one gorgeous car with great proportions and a powerful look, all tucked into a right-sized footprint that's easy to maneuver yet can easily handle a lot of horsepower. Add in a top that goes down and you get a car that will make the driver smile more than the onlookers. Compared to their Chevy cousins, Firebirds are rather rare, um, birds. This handsome convertible doesn't take many liberties with the original design aside from the silver paint, which wasn't on the original color wheel. At this point, it doesn't really matter because the car looks awesome, showing off clean flanks, good panel alignment, and a great shine that only comes after a lot of time-intensive hand labor. There are no fake scoops, no wings, no spoilers to interrupt the clean Firebird lines and the shiny wrap-around bumper/grille assembly was ground-breaking in its day an ... Read More...
     
  • October 28, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1972 Chevrolet Monte Carlo - $18,995.00 Is Chevy's first-generation personal-luxury coupe finally getting the respect it deserves? Judging by the quality of the restoration on this 1972 Monte Carlo, someone thought it was worthy of spending a big pile of money to bring it back to top condition and who are we to argue with that kind of dedication? Dipping into the factory color pallet, this lovely Monte Carlo exchanged its original code 53 Placer Gold for a much more appealing shade of Midnight Bronze. The result is a car that looks period-correct yet quite up-to-date today and a lot of folks will probably stop you and ask about the beautiful paint. It certainly helps that the Monte Carlo is among the best-looking cars to come out of the early 1970s, and with straight sheetmetal and a classic long hood/short deck profile, it looks muscular. Panel gaps and fit are quite good, with doors that are well-aligned and a giant hood that sits flush with the fenders. There isn't a lot of chrome or bright trim on the Monte Carlo, which ... Read More...
     
  • October 28, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1969 Chevrolet Camaro - $59,995.00 A real X77 code, Camaro Z/28 has always been a favorite among bowtie faithful, but today they're also an A-list collectable that has shown big numbers in the market. This is almost the holy grail of the Camaro world, at a very good price. Matching-numbers examples like this Cortez Silver 1969 Z are already seeing strong gains in the market, and that totally overlooks the fact that they are quite likely the best-driving first generation F-bodies of all. This one offers a nice restoration of a quality car, with few liberties taken along the way. They were obviously well aware of the Z/28's rapid appreciation rate, so they focused on quality, getting the body straight and smooth before applying correct code 69 Cortez Silver with black SS stripes, which is this car's original color. The results are impressive because the car stands out without being an extrovert, a hard thing to do in the bright Streetside Classics showroom. It shows good gaps all around which are pretty close to the way i ... Read More...
     
  • October 28, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1969 Chevrolet Nova - $21,995.00 For some guys, going too far is what it's all about. Don Yenko was such a guy, and in 1969, he started stuffing 427s into the compact Nova and created the Deuce-a car that really should be kept in a cage. Since there are only seven or so known to exist today, you can imagine how expensive and highly sought they are. So what's a guy to do? Well, you build your own. This neat little 1969 Nova gets the look just right: one part low-buck grocery-getter, three parts street brawler, and one part polished debutante. The result is more than just a dressed-up Nova SS, but a car that will get attention just for looking good. A lot of the credit must go to the icy blue paint, which was apparently a favorite of Yenko's but seldom seen on muscle cars of the era. Combined with the white stripes, it has a very polished, upscale look that works rather well here. Bodywork is good and the paint, while older, still has a nice shine. Sure, there are a few imperfections here and there, but couple that cool ... Read More...
     
  • October 28, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1971 Chevrolet Nova - $28,995.00 You can always tell when a car has been loved. It definitely shows on this 1971 Chevrolet Nova, which is a step above the usual clean muscle, and has become something special. Great paint, a rumbling small block, and a nicely updated interior all give it the impression that this was someone's 4-wheeled dream. Perhaps it's yours, too. Getting a car to sparkle like this isn't easy or cheap, so finding good base stock is always important. This was obviously a pretty clean Nova from someplace warm, but to get it to look so good required major work. Every panel was massaged and smoothed, the doors, fenders, and trunk were fitted with vastly more care than the factory could manage or afford, and the two-stage urethane paint has an inner glow that dances on the Nova's handsome shape. There's no cowl-induction hood, because that would interrupt the smooth look, but it does have shaved emblems and door handles, which give it a street rod look that's unusual among Novas. White SS stripes are alw ... Read More...
     
  • October 27, 2014 02:02 AM By rdbudd - StreetRods For Sale
    1930 Ford 2-dr Sedan - $15,900.00 1930 ford tudor sedan rat rod/ hot rod turn key not ratty rare ( all ford all steel 4 speed ) ... Read More...
     
  • October 26, 2014 11:06 AM By jerrykrob - StreetRods For Sale
    1938 Chevy 2-dr Coupe - $67,900.00 38 chevy coupe all steal body LS-1 Power ... Read More...
     
  • October 25, 2014 11:16 AM By autobarn - StreetRods For Sale
    1939 Pontiac 2-dr Sedan - $34,995.00 Looking for a classic car, muscle car, sports car, exotic car, or antique car? AutoBarn Classic Cars has your investment wheels. ... Read More...
     
  • October 25, 2014 09:15 AM By ARPY - StreetRods For Sale
    1931 Ford 2-dr Sedan, all steel Vette v8 F>I> - $21,990.00 31 Ford tudor rod all steel Reduced was $30k now $22k Firm ... Read More...
     
  • October 24, 2014 10:31 AM By mgswheels - StreetRods For Sale
    1939 LaSalle 4-dr Sedan - $19,500.00 1939 Lasalle all steel street rod with air conditioning ... Read More...
     
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