Very Nice sweet red 1958 Chevrolet Impala convertible.
Very Nice sweet red 1958 Chevrolet Impala convertible.
Full Fender 1932 Ford, I might change out a few things but all in all I dig it. Holy crap look at that banger engine what a work of art !!
COVER OF “HOT ROD” MAGAZINE IN JUNE 1957 WOW WIN . I dont see a lot of these around for sale a 1957 PONTIAC CHIEFTAIN 347 ci Factory Tri-Power. The underside pictures on ebay are crazy you could eat off the belly of this car it is that clean.
Really nice traditional 1930 Model A Ford hot rod. I like this full fendered look, kinda different than the standard Ford High boy.
KIller little 911 race car, Have to say that I have an 85 race car that is a blast to drive. This one looks sweet !
Cool old Barris Custom Freshened up and ready to roll.
Find the Barris Custom FOR SALE HERE
This stunning 1955 Bel Air 2 door hardtop was built by the king of kustoms himself, George Barris. As you can see the body has been highly customized with 55 Pontiac bumpers, 55 corvette grill, 54 chevy wrap around park lights, 55 packard frenched tail lights, louvered hood, and much more. The body is arrow straight with an excellent fit and finish. All seams and body alignments are true, car is very tight all over. The paint is very slick with a high gloss finish and with consistent depth throughout the paint. All chrome, glass, and weatherstripping are in excellent condition. The drive train consist of a small block chevy 350 with tri-power, offenhauser aluminum intake, chrome water pump and generator and is backed by a muncie 4 speed transmission. The rear axle is the original with a 3.36 gear ratio. Other features include disc brakes, air conditioning, power antenna, remote trunk release, undercarriage lights, lake pipes, flame thrower tail pipes, custom fender skirts, and wire wheels with new white wall radial tires. The interior has been completely finished in a rolled and pleated custom design with the dash also being covered. All new carpet, headliner, polished dash inserts, AM-FM cassette, and 60 Impala steering wheel. This is an extremely solid car on the road with an excellent ride. The car does not have power steering but will amaze you how easy it is to turn. I drove the car for two days and thought it had power steering until I looked closely under the hood and I could not believe it. You can easily turn the wheel with one hand sitting still. The transmission shifts like butter with absolutely no slop or grinding and the clutch is easy on the leg. You won’t find a better driving led sled than this one. She is ready to go and show.
Nice Roadster with all the bases covered. I am a sucker like a Banjo Wheel and some pinstripes.
Find this 32 Ford FOR SALE on Ebay.
You can have this killer steel car for what a fiberglass piece of crap one will cost. Please get clearance from your wife, priest, dog, bartender or whoever else you need to before bidding! This is an awesome all steel 1932 Ford roadster that is ready to have fun with today! It is a Brookville steel body that is in excellent condition. Recently hand pinstriped by the legendary Bo Huff’s son, Junior. Junior Huff, an accomplished striper, was mentored by both his father and Stella, and has been striping cars since the age of 5. In 2007, at the age of 16, he was the youngest co-presenter of The Von Dutch Stripers Award in the history of The Grand National Roadster Show. You can find a fiberglass 32 on every corner. When was the last chance you had to buy a steel one instead of a glass one for a decent price? This is no Rat Rod! It is a traditional style California look hot rod that is just cool. The car is registered as a 1932 Ford Roadster and has a clean, clear California title in hand. The car is painted in Semi-gloss black and the paint is nice but not perfect. It has a large journal 327 c.i. small block Chevy, Corvette finned aluminum valve covers, tri-power intake, etc. It is a TCI Turbo 350 automatic transmission. Four inch drop and drilled thick beam axle. Finned aluminum Buick drum brakes. Very trick (and expensive) Halibrand QuickChange rearend. Griffin aluminum radiator. Deluxe Banjo steering wheel. New steelies and caps with 16 inch big and little tires. The roadster runs and drives very well. I would not hesitate to fly in and drive it anywhere today. It has around 10,000 trouble free miles since it was completed and can be driven anywhere. I am not a 1932 Ford expert and neither are most people that tell me they are. This is a great opportunity to get your dream car that would make Henry proud. I am only selling because I already have a 1934 coupe and I just bought a 1936 cabriolet traditional hot rod.
Cool Aluminum Custom 1931 ford Hand built
We are selling a hand fabricated, so complete custom Aluminum Model A roadster. It sits (channeled about 11 inches) on a complete Pete and Jakes model A rolling chassis (so all bolt on parts to the frame, and hardware are Pete and Jakes as well) with: a new crate 350 Engine (currently only about 270 miles on it) with tri power, turbo 350 transmition, chopped Walker radiator,and deuce grill shell. Also it has a dropped I beam, disk breaks, Ford 9 inch narrowed rear end, and new Coker classic tires — so the whole car was made with all new parts. The interior pannels are aluminum with some louvers (which matches the louvered trunk lid nicely), and the seats are black Leather. It has a black wooden floor. It has a door that opens on the drivers side only. It has basic wiring, and a switch and push-button ignition (no key).
The aluminum is a real eye catcher. It has the potential to be sanded, buffed, & polished to look like a mirror, if you want to put the work in and like that look. You could paint it, or leave it raw as it is. It is CRAZY to see the attention you get, when you drive around in this hot rod. The aluminum look is so different, people are caught off guard when they see it. That is part of the fun of driving a complete custom