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This 1931 Ford Model A Street Rod is a quality build with thoughtful details everywhere from the color theme to the sporty stance. And when the desirable steel body is all wrapped around a triple deuce V8 powerhouse, you know this makes for a great car for show and go. Although the trunk already tells you this coupe's nickname, you might want to call this The Purple People Eater. After all, the...
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1948 FORD COUPE, SUPER DELUXE, Hot Rod 350 C.I. SBC, 700R4 Transmission, Ice cold A/C and heat, Power Mustang II rack andamp; pinion steering, Power Hydro boost front disc brakes, drum rear, 9 Inch Ford rear 3:70 gears, Tilt steering wheel, Power windows, American torc- thrust wheels with new BF Goodrich tires. This is a southern California car all it's life " NO RUST EVER " The interior is all...
This 1930 Ford 5-Window Coupe is a steel-bodied street machine with a ton of cool hot rod details. And a small block V8 with blower on top and dual-quad carb setup means this true classic is also truly powerful. The shade of pumpkin orange is an ideal color for a street machine. There's a boldness that's bolder than red, and this has a modern clearcoat finish so it loves the sunshine. It does a...
$44,500

1940 Buick 40

This classic Buick is located in Chattanooga, TN and offered by a classic car dealer. Well, Talk About A Nice Build! Take A Look At all the Pictures of this Rare 1940 Buick Special 2 Door Coupe Street Rod. Look At Just How Much Time and Money Was Spent on this Vehicle. The First Time this Street Rod was Built, the Builder Had over $110K invested into it. It was Built Right. Look at the pictures...
WOW, Talk About Sharp! Take A Look At What Just Came in! How About A 1961 SS Impala Bubble Top, Blown Pro Street? That's Right... I Love the 61 Bubble Top's, and I have never seen a Meaner One than This One. This is A Super Solid Impala, that Spent Most of it's Life Going Down a Drag Strip. It was Purchased, and Restored to be a Fun Street Car. The Engine is From Big Al's Toy Store, and has Bro...
This 1930 Ford 5-Window Coupe is a steel-bodied street machine with a ton of cool hot rod details. And a small block V8 with blower on top and dual-quad carb setup means this true classic is also truly powerful. The shade of pumpkin orange is an ideal color for a street machine. There's a boldness that's bolder than red, and this has a modern clearcoat finish so it loves the sunshine. It does a...
There is a wow factor in this 1929 Ford Model A Rumble seat coupe that we will try to adequately describe in only one page. It's a steel bodied coupe that has upgrades like a strong V8 and a leather-lined A/C interior. And of course, there's just something irresistible to family and friends who will want to hop into the rumble seat and go for a ride. There's a lot to love about this custom buil...
$92,500

1953 Ford F100

Just a neat old pickup? Guess again! Someone pulled out all the stops on this 1953 Ford F-100 Pro-Touring, giving it a killer custom look with plenty of modern horsepower compliments of a Roush 427 V8, 4R70W automatic transmission, and plenty of creature comforts that make the driving experience in this truck an absolute blast. If you appreciate performance hidden inside a mean-looking old-scho...
The first impression of this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro may just be that iconic classic look you love. But those big rear wheels also signal something more. And as you dig just a little deeper, you'll discover a fully built restomod with a 625+ hp big block, five-speed, four-wheel disc brakes, a custom A/C interior, and so much more. The silver with black color theme is a great classic Camaro look. ...
A great vintage presentation mixed with subtle upgrades makes this 1950 Ford Custom Deluxe sedan instantly attractive. So when you can get a proper flathead V8 classic for such a nice price, it's worth paying attention. Ford took extra time developing its post-war design, and the result was a line of cars that became icons. There is a great sense of classic style with the full-length trim, expo...
$20,995

1985 Ford F150

While a proper classic pickup can haul a ton of stuff, this 1985 Ford F-150 is also a ton of fun. Because beneath the sleeper-style vibe are upgrades like a well-built 351 V8 and a four-on-the-floor. This pickup is almost purely incognito. You have the creamy tan paint that was almost standard issue for a work truck back in the day. The same goes for the dog dish hubcaps. And the full liner in ...
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