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  • August 02, 2015 10:59 AM By will547 - StreetRods For Sale
    1939 Chevy 2-dr Coupe - $25,000.00 For Sale is my Beautiful Frame Off Restoration 1939 Chevrolet Coupe Street Rod. It offers the following: * All Steel Body except for the Running Boards * Paint is a 8 out of 10 Very Nice * Mustang II Front End * Rack & Pinion with Power Steering * Disc Brakes on Front / Drum on Rear * SBC 350 * T-400 Trans * Ford 8" Rear End * Chassis Engineering Rear Suspension * Stainless Fuel Tank * Nice Clean Interior with Power Drivers Seat * Dolphin Gauges and all work as they shoul ... Read More...
     
  • August 02, 2015 10:54 AM By will547 - StreetRods For Sale
    1938 Desoto Coupe - $16,000.00 Rare 1938 Desoto S5 coupe. Older restoration but is still a very good looking car. There are a few places starting to show. Very nice interior with working gauges and lights. It is powered by a Mopar 383 big block and 727 transmission. It has a nova sub-frame and has power steering. It is a great cruiser. Seller Phone Number: 6063398213 ... Read More...
     
  • August 02, 2015 10:50 AM By will547 - StreetRods For Sale
    1937 Plymouth 2-dr Sedan - $16,500.00 1937 Plymouth 2-door, 350 auto. 4-wheel disk brakes, super clean, all steel body, runs and drives great, $16,500 trades considered, 440-387-2352 ... Read More...
     
  • August 01, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1969 Dodge Charger - $44,995.00 If there's one muscle car we know will make the phone ring, it's this 1969 Dodge Charger. A perennial favorite among Mopar fans, this is arguably the best-looking powerhouse of the late-60s. Each of the three years has its proponents, so if you're a '69 fan, this one with its numbers-matching 383 and factory A/C probably warrants at least a phone call. It won't be here later, I can promise you that. Repainted in 2014, this super sharp Charger definitely has the look, from the hidden headlights up front to the razor-sharp fender lines, to the flying buttress C-pillars out back, and there's nothing else that looks like it. The Dark Green paint is the car's original color and we're always especially fond of Chargers with elegant and subtle paint jobs, simply because it lets the gorgeous body shape speak for itself. Aside from adding a black R/T "bumblebee" stripe around the tail, they restored it just the way it came out of the box, although Chrysler wasn't building anything this shiny in ... Read More...
     
  • August 01, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1968 Dodge Charger - $59,995.00 Before we go into too many details, I'm going to tell you right now that if you hesitate, you're going to miss this car. The 1968 Dodge Charger R/T is always one of the most popular vehicles we sell, and when it's equipped with a Hemi like this one is, finished in a cool color combination, and price so affordably, well, it's a safe bet that this one won't last. The color is from a late-model color palette but there's probably no color that makes a Charger look bad. If there's a better-looking muscle car than this, I don't know what it might be, from the hidden headlights to the jet exhaust taillights, it looks like nothing else from the muscle car era. The shine makes it look great from any angle, and while the finish is a few years old, good workmanship means that it still looks ready to head out for a night at your favorite cruise-in. White bumblebee stripes on the tail are a Mopar trademark that works especially well on the Charger's long quarter panels and no car has ever worn flyi ... Read More...
     
  • August 01, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1970 Dodge Super Bee - $79,995.00 In 1970, the Dodge Super Bee's look changed, but the mission stayed the same: high performance at a reasonable price. This beautifully restored trophy-winner continues that tradition with correct 440 Six Pack big block performance, a long list of options including the desirable A33 Trak Pak group, tons of documentation, and a great look that proves Mopars only get better with age. It is also only a two owner car with the current owner having it since 1978. Muscle cars were never about subtlety, so why not go all-out? This gorgeous Super-Bee wears a correct coat of Sub-Lime and a high-contrast bumblebee stripe to great effect. Borrowing some styling tips from big brother Charger, the new Super Bee was altogether more sophisticated in 1970, beginning with a twin-grille look that would become a Mopar hallmark for the better part of that decade. All the steel on this car has been finessed into shape, probably better than new given how Chrysler was bolting stuff together back then, and it l ... Read More...
     
  • August 01, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1957 Chevrolet Bel Air - $105,995.00 Like you just did, the first time I saw this stunning 1957 Chevy Bel Air convertible, I said, Oh wow! Professionally built to the very highest standards, this is what you get when you hand a blank check to some of the most talented guys in the industry, and we can guarantee that you'll have no regrets when you're behind the wheel of this incredible ragtop. There's probably not enough room to adequately cover this car's many highlights, but I'm going to give it a try anyway. First and foremost, the paint: it's black, but the kind of black that looks like it might still be wet and makes other black cars around it look dusty and gray. Despite the slammed stance, the bodywork is almost entirely unaltered, sticking to the glorious original recipe and merely finishing it to show standards to make it stand out. Panel fit and finish are off-the-charts nice, and there's probably $30,000 in chrome work alone. All the badges, emblems, and stainless trim remain in place, although there are a few s ... Read More...
     
  • August 01, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1955 Chevrolet Bel Air - $39,995.00 This 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air captures everything that's great about the classic hobby car. These cars are stunning, practical, and they have endless possibilities that can be done to make them one of a kind. This particular Bel Air has been well taken care of and is more pure than you usually find. Cars like this haven't lasted long in our inventory lately. This car is one you enjoy for what it is, a beautiful, desirable tri-five! When this '55 hits the road it stands out thanks to a nice glossy finish of bright Gypsy Red paint. In person, it simply glows and combined with the Shoreline Beige roof and tail section, it has a very period look about it without blending in with the crowd. That vivid paint looks excellent and covers extremely smooth fenders. The bright work is in excellent shape and accents the two tone paint very nicely. The chrome appears to be original including the bumper guards and they absolutely sparkle in the sunlight, giving this car just the right amount of jewelry ... Read More...
     
  • August 01, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1955 Chevrolet Bel Air - $34,995.00 It has been said before that the true measure of a great design is whether it ages well. 60 years later, and the tri-five Chevrolets have proven themselves to be one of the greatest automotive designs of all time. Need proof? Take a close look at this stunning 1955 Bel Air. You'll notice right away that this Bel Air is covered in a classic red that brings to mind diners, poodle skirts, and a simpler time of life. The glossy red shows off all the bright work and doesn't hide the fact that this body is straight and features very good panel alignment. From the front grille to the rear bumper, this car shows exactly why the Bel Air became the epitome of classic cars. The beautiful lines are accented with the chrome work, and not in an overpowering way, but just enough so that you see the subtle dips and curves of a car that is a beauty to behold. This is one car that you will be proud to take on the road and show off! Quite often when we see a car with a red exterior, we see a red interior ... Read More...
     
  • August 01, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1956 Chevrolet 210 - $24,995.00 It's hard not to instantly fall in love with the timeless look of a Tri-five Chevy, and the Del Ray option really helped bridge the gap from the 210 and the Bel Air. They are eye catching in every way, from the two tone paint, to the classic stance. This '56 210 Del Ray is no exception and is everything you would want out of a 50's classic. This two-toned beauty really shows off why nearly over 60 years later this era Chevy's are still spectacular. This Del Ray has the classic paint scheme of light over dark with a dark top. The Pinecrest Green top and lower panels are accented with a light green that runs from the front and wraps around the rear. The period-perfect, simple clean lines of the '56 Chevy are beautifully accented with bright chrome work and the rear wheel cover adds some interest by following the lines of the chrome. The front and rear bumpers sparkle, and the front of the hood has the famous Screaming Eagle bringing the whole look together. This is one car that will stan ... Read More...
     
  • August 01, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1956 Chevrolet 210 - $36,995.00 Wagons remain red-hot in the marketplace, and what could be cooler than hauling your gear around in this sweet 1956 Chevrolet 210 station wagon? Classic looks and modern amenities make it easy to love, and a station wagon with a 4-speed manual gearbox is just too cool. Traditional '50s colors work just as well on a station wagon as they do on a flashy Bel Air convertible, and the Tahoe Turquoise and India Ivory combination here gives the wagon a bright look that disguises the modern upgrades underneath. The good news is that all the sheetmetal is in excellent shape with factory-grade gaps and that solid feeling only old cars seem to offer. The bad news is... well, there is no bad news other than to say this car works so well it's been driven a bit since it was finished, so it's not a show car anymore. Nevertheless, the chrome and stainless trim is very good, particularly the pieces that separate the two colors on the quarter panels, and it's been fitted with new headlights and tailligh ... Read More...
     
  • August 01, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1972 Ford Bronco - $23,995.00 Having sold more of these early Broncos than just about any other dealer, we have a pretty good handle on what makes them so special. This 1972 Ford Bronco offers V8 power, an awesome color combination, and just the right patina to make it OK to take it into the dirt when you want to play. The best Broncos stick to the factory recipe instead of going too hardcore. Modifications are a matter of taste, but just about everyone can agree that this little red 4x4 is a great-looking truck. You can't go wrong with red paint on something like this, since it's going to be high-visibility no matter what you do, and while the work is a few years old, you won't mind the attention it generates today. Good panel fit and a great shine to the paint don't seem to be hiding any nasty secrets underneath, although it's impossible to guarantee a truck like this hasn't had its share of fun off road. White fender flares permit the use of oversized rubber and they match the bumpers and grille, giving the Bron ... Read More...
     
  • August 01, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1971 Ford Bronco - $44,995.00 We can't hide it, we love these early Broncos. Having sold more of these than just about any other dealer, we have a pretty good handle on what makes them so special. This 1971 Ford Bronco carries an incredible look, and you'll have no reservations going just about anywhere with its over-sized tires, lift kit and rock rails, and 5.0L HO Fuel Injected engine!! Let's take a closer look! It's hard to go wrong with the look of an early Bronco. The body design just about lends it to whatever color you choose to go with. This is covered in an extremely slick coat of 2010 Camaro Synergy Green paint that is absolutely stunning when rolled out into the sun. The frame and bumpers have been powder coated, and to help on the trails its been equipped with an Mile Marker 8,000lb winch. Down the sides you'll find solid rock rails, sliders and side steps. Before you ask, it has been lifted with a Skyjacker lift kit to give it that incredible stance. Fender flares permit the use of oversized rubber to ... Read More...
     
  • August 01, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1960 Chevrolet Corvette - $64,995.00 When car guys think of a Corvette, the C1 is typically what comes to mind as the ideal representation of the model. With iconic styling, a beautiful color combination, and a boosted performance delivered by a crate 350 V8, this Corvette is ready to be driven and enjoyed, or shown and admired. Yes, that's factory-correct, 1960 vintage code 509 Sateen Silver, and it's absolutely gorgeous. Even the Ermine White side cove is the same stuff applied at the St. Louis factory in 1960. Together, they make for one of the most subtle and elegant of the Corvette color combinations. Parked among its peers, this car will stand out in a way that a lot of folks won't quite be able to grasp until they get up close and see that yes, there are a few blemishes here and there, but there's simply no beating that color choice. Obviously this car has always been babied over the decades and all the stainless and chrome trim is in terrific shape. There's a light dusting of pitting on some of the cast pieces, bu ... Read More...
     
  • August 01, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1944 Willys Military Jeep - $24,995.00 This 1944 Willys Jeep is how America won World War II. Go anywhere, do anything, the versatile and tough little Jeep was so good at its job that its descendants are still on sale today. Thanks to a conscientious restoration, sliding behind the wheel of this tough little soldier is like taking a trip through time to one of the most trying periods in our history. Repainted in the past few months, this sturdy Willys Jeep definitely has the military look. It was restored without any deviations from the original specs, so don't bother trying to make the olive drab paint shiny. Not many of these survived for obvious reasons, but this one manages to look both crisp and fresh as well as battle-tested. The bodywork is straight (probably better than new, given how rapidly these were churned out) and the white stenciled numbers and star on the hood give it an authentic battlefield look. It's festooned with accessories, including shovels, pickaxes, and jerry cans, not to mention the .30 caliber ma ... Read More...
     
  • August 01, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1971 Plymouth Road Runner - $37,995.00 The '70s were a wacky, wonderful time for high-performance cars, and nobody did high-impact muscle better than Chrysler. So if it's attention you're craving, check out this 1971 Plymouth Road Runner, complete with Sublime paint, a Go-Wing, and a ton of horsepower inside. The "fuselage" styling has aged pretty well, still looking futuristic and rounded with aggressively flared fenders. Of course, painting anything Sublime green is simply asking for attention, but it's fortunate that this car looks as good as it does if all those folks are going to be staring at it. As a result, the flanks are smooth, the doors fit well, and there are no major issues in the usual spots. The paint looks great rendered in modern materials that give it a shine that was impossible 40 years ago, and a professional buff should make it bright enough burn retinas. The big block hood is dressed up with cool '440' inserts and a black strobe stripe kit that's a big part of the look, plus that satin black wing out b ... Read More...
     
  • August 01, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1971 Plymouth Road Runner - $32,995.00 We have seen that the fuselage styling on this 1971 Plymouth Road Runner is becoming as popular as the first-generation cars, and there's no denying that any piece of Mopar muscle in Plum Crazy, and one packing a big block under the hood, is going to be a party on four wheels. This California-bred 'Beeper has been restored as needed over the past four decades, making it a car you can drive without worries and still get the flavor of the original. That vivid Plum Crazy Purple paint is only a few months old and they not only captured just the right hue, but it has a soft gloss like the original enamel, so it looks very authentic. Obviously this was a very straight, clean car before the paint job and aside from a few very minor signs of use, it looks great in person. A correct set of black vinyl decals were added to give it the right muscle car look and they match the Go-Wing out back, which is practically mandatory on these cars. Proper Road Runner decals were also installed on the deck ... Read More...
     
  • August 01, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1969 Plymouth Road Runner - $32,995.00 For Mopar faithful, it doesn't get much better than a 440 six pack '69 Road Runner. However, today you are more likely to see the legit examples just sitting in an expensive collection rather than cruising to a local car show. However, this '69 Road Runner high quality recreation is something that can be driven and enjoyed on the streets without feeling guilty. And with a period correct 440 six pack under the hood, its a ride that you won't soon forget. Today this beautiful 1969 Plymouth Road Runner is covered in a bold red, with black stripes that cover its aggressive lines. The bodywork remains straight and clean, with sharply rendered creases on the quarters and decent panel alignment. It has a purposeful look that is ready to rumble, and presents well running down the road. The minimal chrome and trim remain very nice, and all the proper Road Runner decals are in place. Originally leaving the factory as a satellite, this is a car that has been built well enough that just about anyo ... Read More...
     
  • August 01, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1966 Plymouth Fury - $19,995.00 Few cars scream horsepower better than the mid-60s Mopars. Taking a full-sized hardtop like this 1966 Plymouth Fury III and dropping a big block V8 under the hood makes for entertaining performance, and the industrial-strength look and two-tone paint leave no question that this is a car built for speed. Bronze was a popular color in the '60s and the full-sized cars like this Fury hardtop seem to wear it best. Of course, the blacked-out hood and matching vinyl top give it a two-tone look that's very effective, and even for a car that's meant to go fast, this one has a very polished look. The paint is in good shape, showing a deep shine that comes from modern materials, and if you're used to seeing dusty-looking vintage enamel on these cars, this one will come as a very pleasant surprise. The Fury was in the middle of the lineup, and wears the cool cantilevered roof line that defined Chrysler styling in the '60s, so it has a familial resemblance but stands out in a crowd. Tidy panel gaps ... Read More...
     
  • August 01, 2015 02:05 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1939 Ford Cabriolet - $41,995.00 This 1939 Ford Cabriolet Convertible is a perfect example why the classic look will always be in demand. However, this Cabriolet stands out thanks to many of modern the amenities that we've come to know and love. So, if you are in the market for a vehicle that has a historic look but still want plenty of power at your right foot, modern upgrades, air ride, and tons of eye catching excitement, then your search is over! The body is a P&J, and true fans of the 39' Cabriolet will notice that the fenders have actually been widened by 2 inches. The lift-off burgundy top has been chopped 2.5 inches, and before you start to wonder why a burgundy top on an Electron Blue car, notice the Harlequin Ghost flames start at the front fenders and travel back to the rear wheel fenders to bring the whole look together. Timeless teardrop headlights and that deep V'd grille gives it a traditional look that connects it to the past, but the Hagan flush mount package, taillights, and paint all pull this c ... Read More...
     
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