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  • November 25, 2014 10:45 AM By ARPY - StreetRods For Sale
    1929 Ford 2-dr Sedan, Has overdrive! - $10,990.00 29 Ford Mint condition 4 cyl has Overdrive! Reduced! $11k firm ... Read More...
     
  • November 25, 2014 12:00 AM By LoriGood - StreetRods For Sale
    1950 Ford F1 Custom Pick up Truck - $40,000.00 1950 Ford F-1 cab with top chopped 3 All body work and paint by Hall Of Fame member Dick Scully All parts powder coated black with silver or silver Suicide doors Bed cover opens and closes using air cylinders Frontend raises and lowers with air cylinders and electric actuators Stock 350 turbo transmission with oversized cast aluminum pan Chevy 350 014 block bored .030 oversize 4 bolt mains, with 461 double hump heads Originally built, balanced, andblueprinted by Shaver Specialties. ... Read More...
     
  • November 25, 2014 12:00 AM By negteo - StreetRods For Sale
    1964 Chevy Chevelle - $31,000.00 1964 Chevelle Wagon ... Read More...
     
  • November 24, 2014 03:50 PM By classicalGasMotors - StreetRods For Sale
    1969 Oldsmobile 442 - $19,900.00 There are many different makes and models of muscle cars out there but many would argue the king of them all is the classic 442. Standing for 4 barrel carb, 4 speed transmission, and dual exhaust this car was all muscle car and advertised that directly in its name. This 1969 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme is not an original 442 but has been fitted with the appropriate badging and rear spoiler. The car is however all numbers matching with the factory drivetrain still in place. It is also being offered up at a very affordable price so even the beginner classic car enthusiast can cruise around in this iconic muscle car. Possibly one of the biggest features the car has to offer is its reliability. The car has been road tested and is the type of classic you can hop in and go anywhere. It was entirely rebuilt about 15 years ago at which time the odometer was reset to 0. Since then it has racked up only 34,000 miles, 2200 of which were put on when the current owner drove it home. The ext ... Read More...
     
  • November 24, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1940 Ford Coupe - $32,995.00 I'm sure there are plenty of guys out there who will call this very cool 1940 Ford coupe a "rat rod," but that term does both the hobby and the car itself a great disservice. Despite the suede paint job, this cool coupe is highly polished and beautifully turned out, making it far more than a collection of used parts cobbled together just for effect. There's really no way to make a 1940 Ford look bad, and they wisely chose to keep most of the bodywork stock, including the roofline and much of the shiny trim. The satin black finish is popular right now, as it has been for decades, and gives the car the look of one built back in the '50s, right down to the wide whites. Tradition being what it is, that look also dictates a smoothed nose, a shaved front bumper, and 1939 Ford taillights, all traditional mods that will always look good. The paint doesn't hide much, despite its lack of a glossy surface, so the metalwork was well done before it was painted with doors that fit flush and a trunk ... Read More...
     
  • November 24, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1971 Plymouth Duster - $24,995.00 This 1971 Plymouth Duster is what you get when you take a mild-mannered A-body and give it a serious dose of horsepower. Finished in Sub-Lime Green metallic paint, this slick compact now carries a snarling 318-inch small block and a high-profile personality that refuses to be ignored. Originally, this car was just a bland commuter special, anonymous in its factory gold paint. But since it was straight and clean, someone saw the potential in it, so it was stripped down to the basics, the sheetmetal was expertly smoothed, and it was covered in a few coats of that outrageous bright green paint that looks like it might be radioactive. No longer a shrinking violet, this slick Duster was just getting started, so they added hood snorkels and a deck lid spoiler, to really set things off. Workmanship is impressive, with doors that close crisp and solid and a very impressive shine to the glossy urethane paint. Even up close, the finish is astoundingly deep and we really can't see how anyone coul ... Read More...
     
  • November 24, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1951 Chevrolet 3100 - $24,995.00 Trucks as solid as this 1951 Chevrolet 3100 aren't going to be this affordable for much longer, so take a good look, compare this one to the others on the market, and watch as an old farm truck turns into a smart investment. It costs just as much to restore a truck as it does a car, but very few get the full treatment like this lovely 3100 simply because the values don't justify it. It's obvious this one was done for love, because it's just over-the-top beautiful without the usual "upgrades" that take away from the vintage feel. The burgundy paint is just right, shiny but not flashy, practical and forever stylish, and just right for the conservative early '50s. The Advance Design trucks are some of the best-looking of all old pickups and this one gets everything right, from the wooden side stakes on the bed to the beautifully restored chrome bumpers to the big, white CHEVROLET on the tailgate. And speaking of the tailgate, drop it down and you'll find a beautifully refinished bed that' ... Read More...
     
  • November 24, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1969 Cadillac Coupe Deville - $24,995.00 If Las Vegas was a car, it would be this 1969 Cadillac DeVille convertible. Flashy, brash, and unashamed of being that way, this is a big-league cruiser with a ton of charisma that's available for the price of a used Honda. Arriving in this car is always an event, and if you've got the personality for it, there's no better way to arrive in style than this. Bright red wasn't on Cadillac's color chart in 1969, but it's a big improvement over the original code 47 Wisteria Metallic, which was a kind of purple-gray. After all, if you're going to cruise around in 19 feet of Cadillac ragtop, you may as well go all-in on the eyeball appeal. It was repainted a few years ago so while it may not be perfect, there's no denying that there's a lot of red paint here and it shines up beautifully. It does not appear that this car suffers from the usual issues that plague these cars: the fender skirts fit well, the doors open and close easily, and the side moldings show off a very straight body. For a b ... Read More...
     
  • November 24, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1957 Ford Custom 300 - $59,995.00 It's often hard to find the words to adequately describe cars as incredible as this 1957 Ford Custom 300. Outstanding in every way, it's a spectacular frame-off build finished to the very highest standards and ready to start collecting trophies at every show it attends. 1957 Fords naturally lend themselves to a two-tone paint job, so once the body was stripped, the issues were resolved, and the metalwork was finished, a spectacular and sophisticated combination of Ford Toreador Red and GM Light Pewter Metallic paints found their way onto the sheetmetal. It's instantly appealing and flashy, but also timeless so this isn't a car that will date itself easily and will look this good years from now. Panel fit is exemplary with even gaps and super straight alignment between the fenders and doors, a critical detail on these Fords due to the dramatic side trim. And speaking of side trim, it's original (and very rare) stainless with a trick insert that's been fully restored. All the chrome was ... Read More...
     
  • November 24, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1957 Ford Thunderbird - $44,995.00 The classic look of the 2-seater Thunderbird reached its peak in 1957, both literally and figuratively. With peaked tailfins, it looked right in the late 1950s, and in terms of today's collectors, the '57 definitely holds a special appeal. This Colonial White '57 is a two-top roadster with a high-quality restoration, and yes, it's every bit as heartbreakingly gorgeous as the pictures suggest. Using correct code E Colonial White, it was returned to original specifications in just about every measurable way, and, quite honestly, it's a lot nicer now than it was in 1957. It's obvious everywhere you look that a lot of effort went into the restoration, and even though white is pretty good at hiding flaws, we can't find any that are worth noting. The sheetmetal is so straight you can use those long quarter panels as mirrors, the gaps are even enough for the ball-bearing test you saw on that commercial, and the final finish can be buffed to a shine that puts other white cars to shame. The chr ... Read More...
     
  • November 24, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1967 GMC C10 - $24,995.00 Now that trucks have earned a spot in collector's hearts, you're going to find some pretty nice haulers on the market. Few will be as well-finished as this rather rare 1967 GMC C10, which offers a lot of fresh work, a great-running small block crate motor, and timeless good looks. The body was completely refinished not too long ago, although thanks to its excellent care over the past 36 years, it appears to have been a pretty easy job. The regular cab/long bed proportions are fantastic in the GMC guise but that also means it had to be straight to look its best. The paint is two-stage urethane, and the medium blue finish seems to glow in the sun. Panels fit together very nicely and every detail has been adjusted to make this one of the tightest trucks we've ever seen. Note the clean tailgate with its subtle red 'GMC' lettering, which gives it a very trick, custom look, and the fact that it's still wearing all its factory trim means that it will never go out of style. Fresh bumpers add a ... Read More...
     
  • November 24, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1949 Ford F-1 - $29,995.00 On the surface, building a truck as amazing as this 1949 Ford F-1 may seem easy, but when you look at the details that make it so seamless, you realize that a lot of talent and a big pile of money were required. You could probably build one like this yourself, but since it would take years and cost a big pile of cash, why not just take this one home instead? That bright red paint is a great look on a vintage pickup truck and while it was done in 2002, it still looks great thanks to the many virtues of two-stage paint. On the curvaceous Ford sheetmetal, it looks fantastic and seems to emphasize every little detail. Note the subtle eyebrows over the wheel openings, the shoulder that extends the hood line all the way around the cab, and the embossed lettering on the tailgate, all details that often get overlooked with ordinary paint. The steel appears to be all factory-issue, with no modifications, and aside from a few of the usual signs of use, it still looks fantastic. The running board ... Read More...
     
  • November 24, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1965 Ford Mustang - $28,995.00 A little bit of road race, a little bit of luxury, and a touch of Shelby make this 1965 Mustang coupe stand out in a big way. There are some serious upgrades under the skin to make it ride and drive like a more modern car and there's no denying the sinister look that transforms the friendly Mustang into a hardcore piece of iron. We know Shelby didn't build coupes for public consumption, but the ones they took to the track might have looked a bit like this slick little coupe. Of course, Shelby was about speed, so nothing they were building looked this pretty, with miles-deep midnight blue paint and contrasting silver stripes to really make it pop. The blacked-out look works exceptionally well here, with most of the trim dipped in the same inky blue paint and the front bumper removed in favor of a GT350-R type front valence with integral fog lamps. The cowl induction hood makes the simple Mustang look aggressive and with the ducktail spoiler out back, this sucker looks predatory just sit ... Read More...
     
  • November 24, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1964 Mercury Comet Caliente - $14,995.00 The Ford Falcon's more sophisticated cousin was the Mercury Comet, and this 1964 2-door hardtop offers a neat alternative to the blue oval machines that were so popular in the early '60s. With a subtle color combination, an appealing black interior, and a strong V8 drivetrain, it's a hobby car you can enjoy without guilt. The idea of the small car isn't a new one, and even upscale Mercury was getting in on the act with the Comet. It offers styling cues taken from the full-sized machines sitting next to it in the showroom, but thanks to compact proportions, it was easy to drive and remarkably quick when equipped with a V8 engine. This one shows good straight bodywork thanks to a lifetime in the south, and while the color is subtle, this one gets all its attention simply by being unusual. Dramatically carved sheetmetal topped by tiny fins that were the '50s last gasp give it a lot of visual interest, and are actually helped by the subtle paint. Chrome and trim are quite good, and even on ... Read More...
     
  • November 24, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1955 Chevrolet 3100 - $48,995.00 This 1955 Chevrolet 3100 pickup is one of the most impressive vehicles we've seen in a long time. Not just an impressive truck, but an impressive ANYTHING. With LS1 power, show-quality paint, and all the luxuries of a modern machine, it's the ultimate mid-50s hauler that really can do it all. Out in the sun, this dark blue pickup shimmers and glows form within and our photo studio just can't quite capture the impressive quality of the paint. The things you can see, however, are the ultra-straight bodywork, the awesome gaps, and the deep shine, all of which are only possible with fairly large chunks of cash and a lot of time. The 1955 Chevy trucks were arguably as revolutionary as the cars, with modern looks that were stylish as well as practical, and this one doesn't remove one bit of the awesomeness that was built into every one. All the factory trim remains, including the egg crate grille, both bumpers, and the cool side emblems on the fenders, and all of it has been polished and ref ... Read More...
     
  • November 24, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1972 Chevrolet Nomad - $27,995.00 This 1972 Chevrolet Nomad station wagon is a remarkable artifact that has been preserved as it was originally rather than modified. Heck, it's still got a six-cylinder engine under the hood! A super clean California car with a fantastic recent paint job, it's a high-quality car that could be shown at any level with pride. You just don't see station wagons like this anymore. Sure, they once roamed the countryside like buffalo, but like those buffalo, they have seen rapidly diminishing numbers over the years. Nobody thought they'd be collectors' items, right? Fortunately, out in California, sheetmetal seems to last forever and this immaculate Nomad was discovered and treated to a quality restoration to stock specs in 2009. Heck, the paint job alone coast $12,000! It accurately re-creates the original Sunburst Yellow that gives it a very sunny disposition (no pun intended). The bodywork is shockingly good, with four doors that fit well, a big hood that sits flush, and the tailgate opens a ... Read More...
     
  • November 24, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1971 Chevrolet Corvette - $37,995.00 This 1971 Corvette hits all the high notes: a matching-numbers LS5 big block, gorgeous Mille Miglia red paint, and a very attractive price tag. While the early Stingrays with 427s get all the attention, if you're looking for a great-running 'Vette with a ton of power that doesn't foul its plugs in traffic, an LS5 is the hot ticket. The body on this Stingray was refinished quite recently and looks impressive even from five feet away. There are few cars that will attract more attention than a C3 with bright red paint, and definitely none that are more widely recognized. Roll up in this fantastic plastic and EVERYBODY notices. Of course, it doesn't hurt that the fiberglass is super straight, with excellent prep over well-preserved original fiberglass that has never been damaged. Corvette fans are sticklers when it comes to doing it as the factory would have, so it's not too perfect, although the shine is worlds better than original 1971 enamel would have been. Gaps are about as good as yo ... Read More...
     
  • November 24, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1948 Plymouth Deluxe - $19,995.00 A friend of mine, who is 93 years old, has owned all the greatest cars of the world: Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost, Mercedes SSK, Alfa-Romeo, Packard, and even a Duesenberg. I recently asked him which was his favorite; he thought for a moment and said, "That 1932 Alfa-Romeo 2600 roadster was a good car... but you know, the post war Plymouths are pretty darned good, too!" No he wasn't joking and he is 100% right. This 1948 Plymouth Deluxe business coupe is just the right kind of entry-level hobby car for the guy who likes to drive more than he likes to tinker. These cars are bulletproof, easy to fix, and parts are cheap. They're also handsome, with clean, rounded lines that are the perfect 1940s look. This particular car is especially clean, with a bit of patina and a bit of restoration, all working together to make a car that presents well but needs no special care. It doesn't look to have been pieced together or resurrected from a rusty heap, and the doors, hood, and fenders all fit well. ... Read More...
     
  • November 24, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1971 Chevrolet Camaro - $28,995.00 Second generation Camaros continue to be strong sellers, and if past performance is any indication, this 1971 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 tribute probably won't last very long. Built to drive, it's got all the right hardware to be fun on the street and still looks fantastic when you park it. In a world of black, orange, and red Camaros, this sophisticated dark blue Z is going to get some attention. From the wicked stance to the cowl induction hood to the painted stripes, it's definitely got some attitude. The paint job was finished a few years ago, and while it's not a show car, you won't mind pulling it into the driveway for a Saturday morning polish before hitting the road. The silver stripes really accentuate the dark blue finish and I like the use of the earlier low-rise rear spoiler that doesn't interrupt the smooth, clean lines of the second-generation F-body. Z/28 badges were added and the nose was converted to the more desirable RS setup, so it's definitely got a look that appeals to ... Read More...
     
  • November 24, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1967 Chevrolet Camaro - $37,995.00 This is a very special 1967 Camaro. Not only is it a real RS/SS, it's got an awesome color combination that's subtle yet striking, a long list of options and a strong-running small block V8. Not enough? Then take a good, long look at the quality that went into the restoration and then double-check the price. This one is a keeper! The cowl tag says this one was originally code T Capri Cream, but the swap to Granada Gold during the restoration was a very wise choice. It not only permitted the use of the original interior and vinyl top colors, but it gives the car an upscale look that won't be seen at every show. The bodywork is beautifully done with crisp, sharp detailing and a lot of effort invested in getting the sheetmetal to look its best. A fully functional cowl induction hood gives this subtle F-body a slightly aggressive look and the RS hidden headlights combined with front and rear spoilers give it a performance look that doesn't scream at you. A correct code 6 Light Fawn (off-wh ... Read More...
     
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