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  • 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...
     
  • October 24, 2014 12:00 AM By smit133 - StreetRods For Sale
    1939 Chevy 2-dr Sedan - $28,000.00 1939 chevy 2 door sedan. 350 cu.in v-8 auto . ... Read More...
     
  • October 22, 2014 01:58 PM By autobarn - StreetRods For Sale
    2013 Ford Mustang - $52,995.00 Looking for a classic car, muscle car, sports car, exotic car, or antique car? AutoBarn Classic Cars has your investment wheels. ... Read More...
     
  • October 22, 2014 05:48 AM By tlm1102 - StreetRods For Sale
    1957 Ford Ranchero - $17,500.00 Complete mild custom that runs strong, has many new engine parts with fresh paint, solid floor pans and a nice interior. ... Read More...
     
  • October 22, 2014 12:00 AM By sppbob - StreetRods For Sale
    1933 Ford Roadster - $39,500.00 FACTORY FIVE 33 ROADSTER, JUST COMPLETED, ONLY 154 MILES! ... Read More...
     
  • October 22, 2014 12:00 AM By rogy0 - StreetRods For Sale
    1940 Chevy 2-dr Sedan - $27,800.00 1940 FAT Forty Street Rod. VERY VERY NICE CAR ... Read More...
     
  • October 21, 2014 03:15 PM By autobarn - StreetRods For Sale
    2007 Ford Mustang Convertible - $56,995.00 Looking for a classic car, muscle car, sports car, exotic car, or antique car? AutoBarn Classic Cars has your investment wheels. ... Read More...
     
  • October 21, 2014 02:27 PM By ARPY - StreetRods For Sale
    1955 Chevy Nomad $200k build Reduced! - $109,990.00 55 Chevy Nomad Rod, Nicest in the USA! ... Read More...
     
  • October 20, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1956 Chevrolet Bel Air - $36,995.00 Style never goes out of fashion, which might explain why the 1955-56-57 Chevrolets remain as popular today as they were when they were new-perhaps more so. Next to the convertibles, the car to own is the Bel Air hardtop, and this lovely 1956 Bel Air presents in its Onyx Black over Crocus Yellow color combination. Striking is one word for it, and it's a very refreshing change from the more familiar red, black, and turquoise Chevys you see at all the shows. Starting with a car that was already painted code 695 Crocus Yellow made the transition to this two-tone stunner pretty easy. It's a combination offered by the factory and is one of the more dramatic choices available that year. The restoration is a few years old, so it's not a show car anymore, and there's evidence of both age and touch-ups, but none of that detracts from the eyeball-magnet styling. And thanks to the striking Bel Air trim which outlines the paint break, the black paint really pops against the Crocus Yellow. And if yo ... Read More...
     
  • October 20, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1929 Ford Model A - $19,995.00 No old car collection is complete without a Model A Ford and this 1929 Model A four-door sedan (or "fordor" in Ford-speak) is a solid survivor that evokes a bygone era. Not perfect, not a show car, but rather exactly the way it might have been in the late 1940s when it was still being used as daily transportation. Ford used two body companies, Briggs and Murray, to build their closed bodies and they are identifiable by the shape of the exterior window frames. The squared-off windows with straight upper frames identifies this '29 as a Briggs body, although the argument is completely academic, since values are identical. Dressed in Henry's favorite basic black, it has a no-nonsense look that suits it just fine. The paint is either an ancient repaint or even original, so it's not shiny and perfect, but if you like old cars that actually look like old cars, well, this one gets it exactly right. You won't mind little kids rubbing their hands on the fenders and if it gets rained on or bugs s ... Read More...
     
  • October 20, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1964 Ford Mustang - $32,995.00 The first Mustang off the assembly line was a car very much like this 1964.5 Mustang convertible, and since then the very earliest Mustangs have been a favorite among collectors. Timeless good looks combined with all the unique features of the early cars, this is a great Mustang you can enjoy every day. Wimbledon White was on the first Mustang and for good reason: it looks fantastic on the first pony car. With a comprehensive restoration a few years ago, it still looks spectacular and offers near show level paint (especially when the right light hits the pearl) and bodywork to complement its July production date. You need good gaps and panel alignment on a light-colored car, too, so they took their time and got the doors to fit well and even the trunk lid, which is often challenging, sits right. A glance at the door tag will reveal that this one used to be code F Guardsman Blue, but given how this one looks today, it's easy to see why the decision was made to change the color. You'll a ... Read More...
     
  • October 20, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1950 Chevrolet 3100 - $24,995.00 You already know that the Advance Design pickups are some of the best-looking haulers ever built, and when they're as smooth, sleek, and downright gorgeous as this 1950 Chevrolet 3100 5-window, it's easy to fall in love. This one also offers all the modern amenities, of course, yet keeps its ability to work for a living, making it the ultimate way to have your cake and eat it, too. We're so used to seeing these trucks in Hunter Green or bright red that the deep metallic purple seen here looks downright amazing. That's not by accident, either, because there are a ton of hours tied up in the bodywork. At first, all you notice is the color, which is deep and luxurious-looking, but when you get up close, you'll notice that there's a lot more going on. Notice the louvers on the hood, which came from an '80s Camaro IROC-Z. Some, but not all, of the original trim has been shaved, particularly the nose emblem, and the stuff that remains has been restored and shines up beautifully. There's a cu ... Read More...
     
  • October 20, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1964 Ford Fairlane - $54,995.00 There was a lot of hardcore race hardware coming out of OEM factories in the 1960s, and few are as famous as the Ford Thunderbolt. Based on the 1964 Fairlane, this lightweight track monster packed Ford's nastiest engine, a featherweight shell, and minimal frills to create a car that can still bring a crowd to its feet today. That's probably why they're scary expensive, and rarely available for purchase on the open market. So this 1964 Ford Fairlane does a pretty good impersonation for a fraction of the cost and with a few more street-friendly features. OK, we know, Thunderbolts were Wimbledon White, but there's no reason why an enterprising team wouldn't paint theirs black and we have to say it looks downright predatory. They started with the right car, a '64 Fairlane 2-door sedan, and added the right pieces, including the reverse teardrop hood, gaping air intakes in place of the high-beams, and painted front bumper, all of which give it a race-ready look. A few emblems advertising the ... Read More...
     
  • October 20, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass - $26,995.00 If you're kind of looking for a Chevelle or GTO but not finding any within your budget, perhaps you should start thinking differently. Take this 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme, for example. The same tidy A-body footprint, a uniquely aggressive Oldsmobile look, and a fantastic combination of power and luxury that the junior brands can't quite match. Check it out. The code V Antique Pewter paint gives this big Olds a mature but somewhat sinister look, like it's all dressed up for a night out, complete with black leather gloves and an attitude. The paint is about five years old and shows pretty well, but a cut and buff would work wonders on it, taking it up a few levels without a big investment. The clean flanks are free of messy body cladding or trim, and the guys who did the work were careful to maintain that crisp line that frames the wheel wells and tracks along the rocker panels. Nice! The wide grille with quad headlights was a distinctive Oldsmobile look for more than a decade, and ... Read More...
     
  • October 20, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1950 Packard Coupe - $16,995.00 Say the name "Packard" among car guys and you'll get two likely responses: smiles from the guys who know the name, and looks of bewilderment from the guys who don't. If you're a Packard fan, then you already realize that cars like this 1950 Packard are very special machines that drive superbly and offer a level of quality few other automakers could match. And if you don't know the name Packard, well, maybe this car will fill in the details for you. The fastback coupe, or club coupe, body style on this 23rd Series Packard, is the perfect antidote to the frumpy styling of the immediate post-war era. Smooth, sleek, and very streamlined, it offers a glimpse into the future with a handsome period twist. Accentuating the car's aerodynamic profile with two-tone white and blue paint is a smart idea and the colors are period-correct so there's nothing to distract you from the clean shape. It's not a show car, but the paint and good panel fit mean that you'll never shy away from a cruise-in with ... Read More...
     
  • October 20, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1967 Chevrolet Impala - $26,995.00 The 1967 Chevrolet Impala might have been the sleekest car on the road that year, offering dramatic fastback styling and slick fender skirts. This handsome full-sized SS delivers on its good looks, too, with a strong-running small block V8 and a luxurious interior that lives up to the Impala's "top of the line" position. The paint is likely an older respray that's pretty close to the original code GG Granada Gold. It's got a decent shine and a bit of patina that seems to suit this car just fine. It's been touched up here and there and there are signs of age in the finish, but it's not crying out for a repaint. The bodywork underneath is nicely preserved, offering straight panels that reflect nicely and those dramatic creases in the fenders that give it the illusion of speed even when sitting still. Those might just be the biggest quarter panels ever created, yet they're crisp and straight and not rotted, which is a fate that befell many of this car's siblings. Plenty of shiny chrome is ... Read More...
     
  • October 20, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1966 Chevrolet Chevelle - $40,995.00 Stunning. Show-stopping. Jaw-dropping. Amazing. Gorgeous. Wicked. Real 138!! These are just some of the words we've heard people use to describe this fantastic bright red 1966 Chevelle SS. And they're all appropriate, because this is a seriously nice car. The bodywork alone probably cost as much as a new Impala, and the results speak for themselves: exacting gaps, laser-straight panels, and an incredible 2-stage urethane finish that will blow you away when you see it in person. There are no modifications, the effect you see is simply due to taking the factory equipment to the next level and making sure everything is as nice as it can possibly be. From the correct SS grille to the blacked-out tail panel, this car only wears what the GM stylists gave it, no more and no less. Not many cars achieve this level, and the time and effort it required must have been measured in years, not months. OK, sure, the chrome and trim might be showing a bit of original age, but it's quite minor and that' ... Read More...
     
  • October 20, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1966 Chevrolet El Camino - $24,995.00 Wow, this 1966 El Camino definitely hits all the right buttons! Bright red, big block, bucket seats and restoration receipts, what more do you need? I could probably stop right there and the phone would still start ringing immediately, because this is obviously a super nice Elky. Just looking down the bright, shiny flanks of this El Camino, you can see that the money was spent wisely, because the sheetmetal is straight and the paint looks right on the 50-year-old truck/car. These can be challenging vehicles to restore if they've been used hard and put away wet, but this one sure looks like it lived the good life someplace warm. Panel fit and body gaps are about what you would have gotten when it was new back in 1966, and it's always nice to see a Chevrolet muscle car that hasn't been dressed up in fake SS badges or stripes. In back, it's still ready to help out around the homestead with a spray-in bedliner floor that has been painted to match the bodywork, as well as a protective panel ... Read More...
     
  • October 20, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1969 Chevrolet Camaro - $31,995.00 Some cars are special for what they are, but others are special for the stories they tell. This 1969 Camaro falls into the latter category, a one-owner car that's led a very good life and recently had a fairly comprehensive restoration to stock specs. If you like history, this is the Camaro you should be buying. Yes, that's right, this is a one-owner car and the original owner has provided an extensive paper trail dating back to day one. It was recently restored by the guys at Texas Street Machines to factory specs, including the original Hugger Orange color. The 45-year-old bodywork was freshened as needed, including straightening some parking lot dings, but the exterior of the car didn't need any major surgery. The paint is obviously worlds better than the factory stuff, especially after a cut and buff that shines up beautifully. A white stripe around the nose works with matching pinstripes highlighting the fender arches and it includes factory-installed upgrades like the chin and de ... Read More...
     
  • October 20, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1969 Chevrolet Camaro - $89,995.00 This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS is one of the most well-executed pro-touring cars we've ever seen. Not only does it look gorgeous, but it offers fuel injected horsepower, a grippy suspension, and massive 4-wheel disc brakes, all combined with a bunch of comfort and convenience upgrades to create a car that only looks like a vintage F-body. There's no argument that the 1969 Camaro is one of the best-looking performance cars of the era, and in RS trim it's particularly appealing. This one wears a coat of modern PPG Daytona Sunset Orange paint, which actually looks like it could have been on the options list in 1969 and is definitely a proper Camaro color. The sheetmetal is beautifully restored, laser-straight, and that paint really is spectacular. They added a cowl-induction hood, which always looks right, and both the front and rear spoilers are factory-spec, so they fit like they should. The RS-spec hidden headlights are now actuated by electric motors for reliability and proper badges h ... Read More...
     
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