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  • October 19, 2014 06:12 PM By bills35classic - StreetRods For Sale
    1935 Ford 5-window Coupe - $43,000.00 1935 Ford 5 Window Coupe Steel BodyProfessional Built Street Rod Flawless in every way. ... Read More...
     
  • October 18, 2014 08:15 PM By will547 - StreetRods For Sale
    1936 Chevy 2-dr Sedan Deluxe - $7,800.00 1936 Chevy 2 door sedan. The 36 has a 1955 Chevy Rear End. GM Camaro front clip with manual steering and disc brakes. New Wheels and Tires. PPG DP 90 Flat black. Stock radiator. GM tilt Column. Rare factory Bucket Seat Car. All steel car with a stock rear bench seat. Solid fenders and door bottoms. A great builder with the chassis work done. ... Read More...
     
  • October 18, 2014 12:00 AM By mgswheels - StreetRods For Sale
    1937 Chevy Pickup - $10,900.00 1937 chevy patina rat rod ... Read More...
     
  • October 17, 2014 03:33 PM By ARPY - StreetRods For Sale
    1952 Chevy 1/2 ton p/u  sbc  ac Reduced - $19,990.00 1952 Chevy pickup rod was $30k, now $20k obo so hurry ... Read More...
     
  • October 16, 2014 05:03 PM By autobarn - StreetRods For Sale
    1950 Buick Roadmaster - $18,995.00 Looking for a classic car, muscle car, sports car, exotic car, or antique car? AutoBarn Classic Cars has your investment wheels. ... Read More...
     
  • October 14, 2014 04:54 PM By classicalGasMotors - StreetRods For Sale
    1947 Chevy Pickup - $28,750.00 One of the best parts of owning a well documented classic is all of the unique history that comes with it. This classic truck has been in the current owners family since 1949, that's over 65 years! The truck was originally owned by the Falstaff Brewing Company and was used as a beer delivery truck for the first few years of its life. It was then purchased by the current owners grandfather in Wichita Falls, TX in 1949 from the brewing company. He turned it into a farm truck and used it to haul grain. He constructed the steel bed and side boards that you still see on the back today.... read the full description or check out classicalgasmotors.com for additional information! ... Read More...
     
  • October 14, 2014 04:50 PM By classicalGasMotors - StreetRods For Sale
    1968 Chevy Camaro - $57,500.00 The classic late 60's Camaro is arguably one of the most identifiable muscle cars out there and of this style of Camaro many would describe the 1968 model as their favorite. One look at the side profile and there is no question where the inspiration for the newer Camaros came from. These cars look extremely tough and will never lose their fan base. This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro was completely restored in Austin, TX and a complete documentation of the build comes with the car. It was a very high quality build and virtually every component except for the body and frame is brand new. To get a complete breakdown of everything used check out the full description or classicalgasmotors.com. ... Read More...
     
  • October 14, 2014 04:40 PM By classicalGasMotors - StreetRods For Sale
    1978 Pontiac Other - $15,000.00 This pontiac trans am is one of 57,035, l78-400 c. I., automatic cars built in 1978. It is solar gold with the camel velour cloth interior. The current mileage is 77,262 and is the original mileage. The current owner bought the car 12 years ago from a guy who told him that his mother was the original owner. It was repainted gold before the current owner bought it. The paint job has a few scratches in it and some fisheyes in several spots, but overall looks pretty good and the body is straight. The wheels are the original honeycomb aluminum 15x7 with the centercaps.....read the full description or check out classicalgasmotors.com for additional information! ... Read More...
     
  • October 14, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1961 Ford Falcon - $16,995.00 Fall in love at first sight, this Falcon will make you look twice with affordability, great looks and classic style. This 1961 Ford Falcon brings classic car fun, with 6 cylinder efficiency yet has a nice rumble thru the flowmaster dual exhaust. The compact body of this Falcon has been sprayed in a soft white finish. It's a simple color for a simple car that doesn't claim to be anything it's not. Walking around this car you realize that it's an older restoration, that's the appeal of this car's modest character. What it lacks in perfection, it more than makes up for in personality. It has all of the bits we love about classic cars: chrome, fun styling, badges that aren't made of plastic, and pressed sheet metal that reminds us of a time when cars were built to be tough. When it's all said and done, that sheet metal remains straight and the doors shut with confidence with fairly even gaps. A light blue, vinyl interior complements the white exterior well. The front buckets appear to be f ... Read More...
     
  • October 13, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1956 Ford Thunderbird - $34,995.00 Two-seater Thunderbirds have been a staple of the hobby since, well, the very beginning. The appeal of cars like this '56 Thunderbird is easy to understand: V8 power, a carefree attitude, a top that goes down, and lots of style. This is a great driver that shows well, offering a great Thunderbird experience at the right price. Admittedly, Thunderbirds are popular cars and there are a lot of them for sale at any given moment, but if you've looked at them, you already know that good ones are sometimes tough to find. This one has been in the same family for decades and was given a pretty comprehensive cosmetic freshening a few years ago in its original code E Colonial White. For many, the '56s are a favorite with numerous upgrades over the '55s, a continental kit, and a purer look than the '57s, and there's nobody who doesn't smile when they see this little convertible coming. The paint shines up well and while there are a few touch-ups here and there, that only means that it has been pro ... Read More...
     
  • October 13, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1956 Ford Fairlane - $42,995.00 The very best cars you can buy are those that were restored for love rather than profit. This 1956 Ford Fairlane Club Sedan, for instance, probably cost two or three times the asking price to restore, and the labor of love behind the effort didn't care one bit about the staggering cost. The result is an exquisite restoration of an unusual car that's just off-the-charts amazing. The two-tone color combination on this lovely Fairlane is Buckskin Tan and Colonial White, an unusual and perfectly charming 1950s look. Fit and finish are show-quality and the investment in time and labor is obvious everywhere you look. The doors fit flush, the fenders and quarters are smooth and free of distortions, and the paint has a soft glow that looks exactly right on the 1950s Ford. Dramatic side trim was a Ford look in the mid-50s and it gives this car a very upscale look and also provides the perfect breaking point for the two-tone paint, and I've always particularly enjoyed the way the headlight rings ... Read More...
     
  • October 13, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1955 Chevrolet 3100 - $25,995.00 Chevy seems to have figured it out first: make an attractive pickup that feels more like a car, and people will buy it. Simple, right? This 1955 Chevrolet 3100 pickup was probably the earliest example of that, and with all the upgrades, it definitely looks, feels, and acts more like a muscle car than some farm truck, and that's perfectly OK with us! It's hard to make one of these trucks look bad, but the guys who built this one nailed the little stuff that makes it stand out in a crowd. To start, they shaved most of the chrome trim, including the door handles and hood ornament, which makes it look slick without diluting the '50s shape. Then they punched some louvers in the hood, a time-honored hot rod modification that's also functional because it lets heat out from under the hood. Out back, there are more louvers (lots more) in the tailgate which is finished with a custom roll pan with Corvette taillights built right in. It's all drenched in silky black paint that shows quite well des ... Read More...
     
  • October 13, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1951 Ford F-100 - $24,995.00 When you go old school, you need to do it right, and it's more than just starting with the right vehicle. This 1951 Ford F100 pickup absolutely nails the mid-60s custom look with a perfect stance, awesome flathead power, and a great color scheme that seems crazy on paper but really works in person. You'd think that powder blue would be a mistake on a V8 truck with an attitude, but it turns out that it's exactly right. Of course, it helps if the truck in question is one of the best-looking pickups ever designed, the Ford F100, but if you hadn't seen this one in person, you'd probably never believe how right it looks. A big part of that is the clean bodywork underneath, which only enhances the shine and gives you something to look at beyond the subtle paint. Nothing on the body has been chopped, shaved, or deleted, although the use of white paint on some of the trim works extremely well in this case. The finish is shiny and bright, a perfect 1950s hue that seems right at home on the vint ... Read More...
     
  • October 13, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1970 Chevrolet C10 - $23,995.00 You want fresh? You've got it with this 1970 Chevy C10 pickup. With a paint job that still smells wet and a neatly finished interior, they don't come much cleaner than this. High-visibility V8 fun is still within reach, even as these trucks skyrocket in popularity. Hugger Orange looks great on anything wearing a Chevy bowtie emblem, especially something during the height of the muscle car era such as this C10 pickup. The investment in the sheetmetal has to be considerable given how well the results are, and the dedication that put this truck together certainly shows in the finish. And thanks to the miracle of modern paints, it'll probably look this good for decades with just a modicum of effort on your part. The vivid Hugger Orange paint is so attention-grabbing that you almost miss the cowl-induction hood, which should probably be standard equipment on every vintage Chevy. Add in a bunch of brightly polished stainless steel trim, and a beautifully finished bed that looks too nice to e ... Read More...
     
  • October 13, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1963 Chevrolet Corvette - $66,995.00 As with many vintage Corvettes, provenance is critical. Fortunately, this 1963 Corvette convertible has plenty of it: matching-numbers, 4-speed transmission, original color combination, and even A/C, which was offered for the very first time in 1963. Imagine it's 1963 and this Corvette has just hit the market. Owning one well and truly made you The Man, and save for perhaps the E-Type Jag, there was simply no other car on the road that could upstage the all-new Sting Ray. Painting it Riverside Red, named after the race course, only heightens this car's appeal, and thanks to a comprehensive restoration a few years ago, it looks fantastic. It fits together the way a properly restored vintage 'Vette should and the fiberglass is in very good condition, befitting a car that's probably led a very good life. The details are right, from the crease that surrounds the perimeter of the body and which remains crisp and sharp, to the more subtle things like the fit of the headlight doors and the sh ... Read More...
     
  • October 13, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1963 Chevrolet Corvette - $55,995.00 Just the highlights on this neat little 1963 Corvette: matching-numbers 327, 4-speed manual transmission, and it's red. If you've been looking for a usable mid-year Corvette, but not one of those six-figure machines that crush bank accounts, this might be the smart choice. Red is a passionate color, and there aren't many guys more passionate about their hardware than Corvette owners. It's fitting that this car's Riverside Red finish is correct, because nothing looks as good as a mid-year roadster in sizzling bright red. You want attention, you'll get it in this roadster, but you'll be too busy grinning like an escaped convict to notice. Fit and finish were quite well done several years ago and now showing a bit of age, which only means that you'll drive this Corvette instead of hiding it in your garage and thanks to a 4-stage buff, the shine is pretty impressive. However, even up close, you'll notice that all the little stuff is right: the headlights fit flush, the door gaps are even, ... Read More...
     
  • October 13, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1969 Pontiac Firebird - $24,995.00 Like its corporate cousin the Camaro, the first-generation Firebird hit a high note in 1969, where an ideal blend of styling, power, and comfort created one of the best muscle cars of all time. This slick Carousel Red hardtop offers a very aggressive look, a sweet-running 400 cubic inch V8, and no excuses on the street. The tidy proportions of the early F-bodies are why they were so successful, but it's the detailing that gives them their street cred. The Firebird offers Pontiac's twin-nostril front end, ringed in chrome on this model, and sharp fender creases that make the car look fast just sitting still. The bright red paint isn't this car's original color (that would be code 59 Limelight green), but it is the perfect muscle car hue, especially when rendered in modern two-stage urethane. Even though it's not a trailer queen, this one looks fantastic sitting still, or hammering down the road. Gaps are decent, all the panels line up well, and it's the kind of car that people look at w ... Read More...
     
  • October 13, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1972 Chevrolet Chevelle - $59,995.00 When is a Chevelle not a Chevelle? When it's a Heavy Chevy. And what, you may ask, what is a Heavy Chevy? It was Chevrolet's way of getting around the insurance companies who placed huge premiums on their performance models, and you'll note that nowhere on this incredible 1972 Heavy Chevy does the word "Chevelle" appear. Cool, right? Of course, Chevrolet wasn't building anything like this spectacular A-body back in 1972. Code 56 Cream Yellow is this Chevy's original color, but I can guarantee it didn't look this good even when it was new, and with two stage urethane paint, it'll look this good for years to come. Fit and finish are excellent all around, so nice that it's easy to forget that it's a factory color. Great gaps and super straight sheetmetal certainly help with that brand spanking new look, and true to form, there's not a Chevelle badge in sight. There are, however, black stripes running along the flanks that offer a cool '70s fade that really looks good, as well as the requi ... Read More...
     
  • October 13, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1970 Chevrolet Corvette - $52,995.00 Drop the hammer in this bright red 1970 Corvette convertible and things start to happen in a real big hurry. With a frame off restoration, a heart transplant that includes a ZZ454 crate motor, this rejuvenated Stingray packs a lot of fast fun into its sleek 2-seat body. With just 3000 miles on the restoration, this Corvette is still very, very fresh and very, very nicely done. You can't do better than bright red, so it got a fresh urethane paint job in its original code 974 Monza Red, a color that never looked better than it does here. And while it got a big upgrade under the hood, the bodywork remains pretty much as it was in the summer of 1970 when this was the hottest car on the street. The vented hood, the "Coke-bottle" fenders, and the little ducktail spoiler out back all look fantastic, making this the car that dreams are made of. Fit and finish is quite good, but nobody's going to look too carefully after they hear this car's exhaust note and see how it moves. What they will not ... Read More...
     
  • October 13, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1934 Ford Pickup - $45,995.00 Some of our favorite vehicles are the "could have beens," that is, cars that could have been built back in the day, but the factory never quite got around to it. Of course, Ford was building pickup trucks in 1934, but they didn't look nearly as gorgeous as this one with its passenger-car front end and they definitely weren't doing roadster pickups, making this one doubly cool. Few will argue that the '34 Ford wasn't a triumph of design, but the pickup trucks that year weren't so lucky as to get the gorgeous front-end sheetmetal of their civilian siblings. So some enterprising soul took it upon himself to create what might just be the best-looking '30s pickup we've ever seen. It's a Paul's fiberglass body with a steel grill and hood, but the look is instantly recognizable and has all the style that you see on the 3-window coupes. Flowing fenders, suicide doors, and that deeply Vee'd grille all remain iconic pieces of rodding history. Finish quality is decent all around with a few signs ... Read More...
     
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