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  • September 30, 2014 12:17 PM By steelwarrior - StreetRods For Sale
    1939 Ford 2-dr Sedan Deluxe - $33,500.00 Beautiful 1939 Ford Sedan. Wonderful driver and a real crowd pleaser! ... Read More...
     
  • September 30, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1968 Chevrolet Camaro - $39,995.00 It's hard to go wrong with a coupe like this 1968 Chevrolet Camaro finished in sinister black and a sweet-running small block under the hood. The timeless shape will always look good, and these cars garner instant respect on the road and on the show field. The old adage that special cars will always be special most certainly applies to early F-bodies like this one. The bodywork on this tidy Camaro looks very good and is very straight with nice body gaps, so good that black is the only way to do it justice. The workmanship is professional-grade throughout, and an glossy shine that will draw a crowd at the next cruise night. All the other goodies on the car make it easy to love, including the chin spoiler, nice bright work, the cowl induction hood, and factory ducktail spoiler that always finishes the first generation Camaro so nicely. And without the usual SS stripes, it has a very sharp and clean appearance. You show up with this Camaro sporting SS badges, people are going to know you ... Read More...
     
  • September 29, 2014 12:28 PM By ARPY - StreetRods For Sale
    1965 Plymouth 2-dr  440 v8  wow! $30k obo - $29,990.00 65 Plymouth immaculate hot 440 v8 is liked new reduced $30k obo ... Read More...
     
  • September 29, 2014 12:00 AM By Haganstreetrods - StreetRods For Sale
    1933 Ford Roadster - $95,000.00 1933 Ford Roadster with an Electric hardtop, steel body engineered and custom built by Hagan Street Rods featured on the cover of StreetRodder Magazine February 2010 ... Read More...
     
  • September 27, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1968 Plymouth Roadrunner - $34,995.00 The Plymouth Roadrunner always offered inexpensive big block fun, and that remains true today with this 1968 Roadrunner hardtop. With all the advances in horsepower we've enjoyed over the past four decades, there's still nothing like the swell of torque from a well-tuned big block and in the lightweight, stripped-down, street fighter Roadrunner, the effect is thrilling every time you step on the gas. There's a bit of the original Chrysler Corporation broadcast sheet that comes with this car and it seems to suggest that the Mist Green it currently wears is its original hue. It's not flashy, but if you think back to the late 1960s, it must have been very much in fashion and today it's kind of a low-key look that helps stay out of sight when there's this much horsepower involved. The sheetmetal underneath is in good order, with decent gaps and lots of effort spent on getting those massive quarters straight without blunting the wonderful character line that sweeps across the surface. Mist ... Read More...
     
  • September 27, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1956 Ford Thunderbird - $49,995.00 Thunderbirds have been a staple of the car hobby, well, since they were new. Immensely stylish and fun to drive, this 1956 T-Bird offers great colors, a classic look, two tops, and a warm welcome everywhere you go. Just imagine yourself and your favorite someone special heading out for a trip in this lovely little convertible and you can see just how easy it is to fall in love with a car. Raven Black always looks good on 2-seat Thunderbirds, offering sophistication to go with its sporty demeanor. Two-seaters have distinct personalities each year, with the '56s getting a myriad of upgrades that were added after the '55s landed in consumer hands and complaints started coming in. As a result, the '56s received their most obvious change, a continental kit out back that not only improved trunk space but make this car pure 1950s cool. The finish is rather well done but its trophy-hunting days are behind it. That's perfectly OK with us, because driving this car is vastly more fun than sitting ... Read More...
     
  • September 27, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1965 Ford F-100 - $24,995.00 Glancing through our inventory, you'll find one very obvious fact: pickup trucks are the fastest growing segment of the old car hobby. Trucks like this 1965 Ford F-100 represent tremendous value and typically offer big horsepower and great vintage looks, all for a fraction of the price of their passenger car counterparts. And you could certainly do worse than this pretty bright red pickup. We have photos of the restoration that shows the truck in all its glory and details like the cab corners, fenders, and other important parts are completely unmolested original steel, indicative of an easy life someplace warm. It makes for the ideal foundation for the bright red paint and sharply-rendered bodywork, both of which make this truck a real eye-catcher. The only major modification during the build was the removal of the stainless side trim, but the clean body lines support it and subtlety is something that we always appreciate around here. The doors fit well and the painted grille and bumpe ... Read More...
     
  • September 27, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1969 AMC AMX - $24,995.00 American Motors was always the company that dared to be different. Even at the height of the muscle car era when 4-seaters were selling as quickly as Ford, GM, and Chrysler could make them, AMC decided the time was right for a 2-seat pony car. The result was the AMX. There were notably few 290 V8/4-speed AMXs built, just 619 found lucky new owners in 1969. This one, finished in its original Matador Red, is flashy and will likely inspire more than a few questions at gas stations and stop lights. Fortunately, it has been nicely restored so there will be no excuses needed. The unique sheetmetal is laser-straight, the Matador Red will make your eyeballs vibrate, and the two parallel white racing stripes are straight enough for engineering work. The AMX was all about form following function with a shortened Javelin platform and bespoke bodywork from the A-pillar back. The fastback looks like a coiled spring, and the wide rear end is unmistakable for anything else on the road (provided you k ... Read More...
     
  • September 27, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1968 AMC AMX - $36,995.00 Although the AMX has never quite become as famous or as common as Camaros and Mustangs of the period, they are increasingly sought after. The good news is that this rare 1968 AMC AMX is available for a bargain price, bringing a 390 cubic inch V8, a slick 2-seater body, and plenty of performance. Maybe the world just wasn't quite ready for a 2-seat muscle car in 1968, but the AMX pulls it off. Obviously born with Javelin DNA in its veins, it is shorter, muscular, and definitely more aggressive-looking, and the proportions are exactly right. The long hood and fastback profile combined with the bright Matador Red paint and white stripes certainly gives the AMX a high-performance look that's more than just for show. It sports just over 80K original miles, but it's seen restoration, so it's sorted, and the vivid paint shows a showroom fresh gloss. It wears a stock hood with aggressive risers that were meant to allow for heat to escape from the headers. The simple horizontal grille with tiny ... Read More...
     
  • September 27, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1956 Pontiac Yeoman - $47,995.00 Station wagons have been hot for a few years now, so what's a guy to do now that everyone's seen it all? How about this ultra-rare 1956 Pontiac Yeoman wagon? You won't find another one at even the biggest shows and it has a 9/8 scale Nomad look that'll have everyone doing a double-take. A great cruiser and a practical hauler, this wagon definitely delivers! Painting it bright red means that there's going to be a lot of attention on you no matter where you go in this car. Everyone will probably mistake it for a Nomad, but if you park them side-by-side, you'll see that the Yeoman is just a bit bigger and when they catch on, they always smile just because it looks so right. Fit and finish are quite good and you know this was a labor of love because the pool of replacement parts is miniscule compared to its Chevrolet counterpart. Fortunately, all the trim remains intact, from the traditional Pontiac "silver streaks" along the hood to the simple trim that highlights the otherwise slab-sided ... Read More...
     
  • September 27, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1956 Chevrolet 150 - $29,995.00 Even though the tri-five Chevys are outrageously popular, we get fewer '56s than '55s and '57s, and that's a shame, because this 1956 Chevrolet 210 proves that they're great-looking cars. Simplicity always works best, so combining a great-running small block with a timeless look makes for a car that's easy to love. That medium blue looks quite good on the clean 210 sheetmetal, and if there's one word to define this car that would be it: clean. Note that a few things have been shaved, including the hood ornament and emblem, some of the side trim, and the trunk emblem, all of which ensure that the car is still instantly recognizable but just a little different from all the others. The paint itself has a nice shine and while it does show signs of use and age, there's nothing to worry about when you roll into the cruise night behind the wheel. Gaps are good and the workmanship on the modifications was professionally done, so it's hard to say where the stock stuff ends and the custom parts ... Read More...
     
  • September 27, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1969 Ford Mustang - $54,995.00 With the Boss 302, a lot of things came together just right to create one of the most desirable Mustangs of the period. Few will argue that the 1969 Mustang fastback isn't a stunning design, and with Larry Shinoda's graphics and that snarling small block under the hood, this is the Mustang that guys who love to drive need to own. Let's answer the important stuff first: yes, it's a real Boss, no it's not the original engine (more on that in a moment), and yes, it has been kept to its original specs. The Marti Report confirms that this is a Calypso Coral Boss, and if there's a better color on these cars, I can't imagine what it might be. It also has the rather rare and desirable rear window slats, as well as the Boss-standard chin and deck lid spoilers. They resisted the urge to add a Shaker hood, which I can only see as a good thing, and the graphics are reflective so it has a very cool look at night. The restoration is a few years old now, but it still shines up beautifully and the bla ... Read More...
     
  • September 27, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1968 Ford Mustang - $19,995.00 The smartest thing you can do when buying a fun hobby car is to buy someone else's finished project. This 1968 Mustang coupe is a great example of a passionate owner doing all the right things, yet still offering the car for a fraction of the investment require to restore it. Thoroughly updated to be safe, reliable, and fun, it offers great Mustang looks and comfort with V8 performance and a very affordable price tag. That vivid copper paint was borrowed from a late-model Ford Edge and it's remarkable how good it looks on the Mustang's 1960s shape. The car hails from Alabama, so major rust was a non-issue, and although not perfect, the brilliant copper paint shines well. The coupe is a bit more formal than the fastback or convertible, but it offers details like the blacked-out tail panel and Shelby-style hood with locking pins to up the aggression a few notches, and a subtle de-badging and removal of some of the trim makes it look sleek and modern. Nice chrome bumpers stand out against ... Read More...
     
  • September 27, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1966 Ford Mustang - $26,995.00 Early Mustangs just don't last very long around here, and this nicely done 1966 Ford Mustang coupe hits all the right notes. A glossy paint job, rumbling small block, and killer stance creates a desirable pony car package that is sure to get the heads turning. Starting with that vivid red paint job, this pony is pretty hard to miss. It's not in-your-face bright, but you can definitely tell someone spent a ton of time and effort making it look this good. The resto-mod theme always works well on vintage Mustangs with the modern hue enhancing the old sheetmetal in a very pronounced way. The light in our studio glows off the surfaces,so imagine what it would look like out in the sun! All the usual Mustang goodies are there, from the corral on the front grille, the 289 badges, and the 3-element taillights that have been a design statement for fifty years now. A touch of GT can be found in the rear valence. A proper stance, sitting on polished 17'' American Racing 5-spoke wheels, make this t ... Read More...
     
  • September 27, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1963 Ford Falcon - $24,995.00 It shouldn't be a surprise that the Ford Falcon makes a pretty decent performance car. But take a closer look at this 1963 Ford Falcon Futura, which combines a bright yellow look with a throaty 260 cubic inch small block to create a Mustang-beater with a classic look. Bright yellow looks just as awesome on the Falcon as it does on the Mustang, or any other muscle car, giving it a sporty look that belies its racing history. The Falcon Futura was the top-of-the-line and it shows, with added trim and a great upscale look that was more Galaxie than grocery-getter. Paint and bodywork look great, suggesting that someone was really enjoying the idea of a high-end Falcon that could run with the ponies. Gaps are even, the panels line up right, and the sharply creased sheetmetal is crisply rendered. The side insert makes the compact Falcon look longer and leaner with a sense of motion, and has a timeless touch even after 50 years. It also wears '260' badges on its fenders, a subtle warning to fo ... Read More...
     
  • September 27, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1969 Chevrolet Chevelle - $38,995.00 Year-in and year-out, few cars are as popular as the Chevy Chevelle. Cars like this 1969 SS396 are consistently in demand by collectors and guys who just like speed, and with a stout big block under the hood, this car definitely delivers. The code 69 Cortez Silver paint is this car's original color, now rendered in stunning two-stage urethane that looks miles deep. The paint job is only a few months old, so there's nary a flaw to be found, and no worries about what might be lurking underneath, because this is a car that has spent its life someplace warm and dry and one glance at the undercarriage will convince you that this car isn't from the snow belt. Good gaps, lots of extra effort on the block sanding, and contrasting black stripes that were buried under the clear all make this car look incredible when you see it in the flesh. All the right SS equipment is in place, too, including the black grille, SS emblems all around, and twin oval exhaust tips under the bumper, just in case the ... Read More...
     
  • September 27, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1967 Chevrolet Camaro - $37,995.00 This is the Camaro you don't want to meet at the next red light. Fortified with a thundering 454 cubic inch big block, this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS is built for speed. This beast has the right stance and is the poster child for what a big block Camaro should look like. The bright yellow paint is the same paint that was sprayed on '79 Corvettes, but it sure looks great on the Camaro bodywork. All the right aesthetic ingredients are there, from black SS stripes, to the cowl induction hood, to the RS badges and front fascia, it replicates a muscular look that will have wannabe contenders trembling in place. It also includes a correct Camaro-spec ducktail spoiler on the trunk lid and '454' badges on the hood, so all the pieces are there to show like one of the most potent machines of the period. A pair of chrome bumpers sparkle against the bright yellow paint, and all the stainless is in good shape. The stance looks great on the Weld Racing Drag Lite wheels, and there's no way to keep you ... Read More...
     
  • September 27, 2014 01:30 AM By streetsidecc - StreetRods For Sale
    1938 Packard Eight Convertible - $68,995.00 In the 1930s, just about anybody who was anyone owned a Packard. Their magical blend of luxury, engineering, and performance are still legendary, and cars like this 1938 Packard Eight convertible are near the top of every pre-war era collector's wish list. There's no arguing that this is a spectacular looking car. And when you factor in the handsome burgundy paint with red pin stripping that lays flat on the fenders, the appeal becomes quite astounding. It's a truly massive and rakish piece of art, with a stunning top-down profile that belongs in a parade. Finish work is up to the standards that you'd expect from a senior Packard, with four doors that fit well and glossy paint that will look great on the show field or on tour. Dual sidemounts make it look that much more impressive, along with a rear-mounted trunk that adds valuable storage capacity. Correct chrome bumpers, amber fog lights, and thermostatically-controlled radiator shutters add to the visual eye-candy. The interior offe ... Read More...
     
  • September 26, 2014 12:00 AM By azchildress - StreetRods For Sale
    1950 Ford 2-dr Sedan - $11,000.00 1950 Ford Sedan ... Read More...
     
  • September 25, 2014 05:00 PM 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...
     
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