We are pleased to present this 1929 Mercedes Benz SSK Replica. Built in 1981 from a custom chassis and with a 1979 Ford 2.3L I4 engine paired with a 3 speed automatic transmission. It has been stored in a climate-controlled storage since it was built and looks like it. It was restored back to show quality in 2013 and driven very rarely to car shows while compiling an impressive 40 plus trophies in under 6 years. This is a one of a kind car. With custom features throughout from the removable MB logo on the nose to the ghost lights under the solid Mahogany running boards and the travel trunk mounted on the luggage rack and on the inside with custom switches, gauges, tilt wheel and kill switch. The interior seats and door panels are in great condition. It comes with side curtains, convertible top boot, and tonneau cover. We can arrange shipping to your location. If you have any questions, please call or text Savannah Classic Cars at 912-235-2347.
Frame Off Built Willys Coupe Blown Dual Quad 355 V8 550hp 700R4 A/C /// Featuring an impressive roster of components, a supple leather interior and an awesome 355 cubic inch, 550 horsepower V8, this brilliant Willys is poised to draw big attention and take home very big trophies! Beginning life as a high quality fiberglass tribute, this awesome custom has been dipped in custom PPG 2-stage and finished to a much higher standard than anything that rolled off a pre-war assembly line. The cars build was completed in 2008, but that vibrant yellow pigment, applied by the pros at our own RKM Performance Center, is fresh to 2018. And while its timeless shape is ultra-traditional, this coupe employs choice detailing that provides unique personality. Under the hood, a blown 355 cubic inch V8 belts out a healthy 550 horsepower. Behind that killer small block, a 2,800 RPM stall converter engages a rugged Turbo-Hydramatic 700R4 4-speed. Power from that proven transmission flows to a familiar Ford 9-inch, which spins big, 3.50 gears. That first class drivetrain is held off the ground by a Bad Boys Willys Mandrel-bent chassis, which rides a custom suspension. Turns come courtesy of power rack-and-pinion steering. Serious stops come courtesy of four power-assisted discs. Keeping all this muscle rolling down the road is a slick set of 15-inch Weld Racing Rodlites, which wear 165R15 Kumho radials in front of 29x18.50 Hoosier Pro Street radials. And, between the forward-opening doors, youll find one of the most beautifully finished cabins this side of a Rolls-Royce. If youre looking for a fully-sorted custom thats aesthetically exhilarating and blindingly fast, this Willys is your ticket to instant gratification! Call, click or visit www.RKMotors.com for more information.
Real Deal All Steel Ford 3-Window Coupe Hot Rod 350 V8 3 Speed Auto /// The kind of car thats been coveted by hot rodders since the 1950s, this impressive Ford features an appealing mix of retro style and proven performance. And if youre a hands-on rodder whos looking for a car with a little more substance than chrome and bright paint, its your one-way ticket to good times and great fun! During a professional restoration that was completed by Granite Bay, Californias Camilleris Auto Works, this coupes timeless Henry Ford steel was massaged into a striking custom thats smooth, solid and ready to roll. And naturally, that delightfully traditional profile made an excellent foundation for glossy Black 2-stage. Fold the hood and youll find a reliable, 350 cubic inch Chevrolet small block thats been polished, rebuilt and fitted with storied tri-power induction. Behind that hot small block, a dressed Turbo-Hydramatic 350 twists torque to a checkered driveshaft, which spins a 9-inch Ford axle. That detailed driveline surfs a quality Brizio chassis, which mixes boxed rails with tubular crossmembers. At the back of those bones, triangulated ladder bars employ adjustable QA-1 coil-overs. Opposite that clip, a polished front-half plants a thick drop axle behind polished Bilstein shocks. Stops come courtesy of polished calipers and vented discs. Turns are easy thanks to a Vega-style gearbox. And power meets the pavement through dressed Wheel Vintiques Gennies, which spin beefy Goodyear Eagle RS-As. Pop the doors and youll find a custom vinyl interior that was installed by Santa Clara, Californias Sid Chavers Co. At ground level, a sea of black carpet floats piped floor mats around a tall 8-Ball shifter. In front of that shifter, a pinstriped dash frames cool MQQN Equipment telemetry. Seating is provided by a broad bench. And in front of the driver, a polished, banjo-style steering wheel laps a big MQQN tachometer. Want to look good AND go fast? Call, click or visit www.RKMotors.com for your chance to land this awesome custom!
Ground Up Built Ford Roadster Streetrod Steel Body 351 V8 Automatic A/C /// With proven Ford power, a smooth 4-speed and modern air conditioning, this all-steel Ford was built to be driven! This top-notch Ford is constructed from a solid foundation of professionally shaped steel. Precision stamping resulted in a durable and authentic custom that, in addition to requiring minimal paint prep, retains all its original lines, functional parts and structural integrity. It seems only natural then, that this Roadsters stunning panels display smooth vertical planes and an arrow-straight profile that would give any high-dollar garage queen a serious run for its money. And, since a profile that nice deserves to be seen and celebrated, it wears deep black 2-stage thats somehow delightfully fresh while being decidedly vintage. Tilt the hood and youll find 351 cubic inches of proven Ford power that mixes great looks with solid performance. Behind that mill, a tough, Ford 4-speed automatically spins power to a requisite Ford 9-inch, which wraps an aluminum Currie center-section around 3.25 gears and a limited-slip differential. That drivetrain pushes a thoroughly modernized suspension thats shackled to a modern chassis. Tight Wilwood calipers cinch a quartet of drilled and slotted discs. And at the corners of the car, flashy Boyd Coddington blades spin Toyo Proxes radials. Check this Fords custom leather interior and the first thing youll notice is an adjustable TEAS Design seat. Below that seat, Bentley-style carpet floats piped floor mats around polished pedals, a polished emergency brake and a tall Lokar shifter. At the front of that carpet, a billet-faced dash pipes modern air conditioning around classy Auto Meter telemetry. And in front of the driver, a polished and leather-wrapped steering wheel laps a polished, tilting column thats paired with an Auto Meter Knee Knocker Tach. This fully sorted Ford is a wonderful classic to drive, enjoy and turn a few heads in! Call, click or visit www.RKMotors.com for more information.
Jack Sheppard & Paul Atkins Built Vicky Speedstar 468ci V8 Auto Quick Change /// If youre looking for a head-turning classic thatll hold its own at any show in the country, youve found your next trophy queen! With a modified Speedstar body that Paul Shepard completely reworked around a traditional 32 Vicky grille, this is the kind of car that would turn heads in black primer; and what better way to ensure sore neck muscles than covering it with some of the brightest DuPont available? A slick combination of Honda Milano Red and Mercedes Silver was chosen for the job and performs its task remarkably well. And when the cars 13 layers of paint dried, finishing touches included green and pink pinstripes that flank a yellow and orange divider stripe. Pry this coupes snug fitting hood and youll find a fully detailed 468 cubic inch big block that was professionally assembled by David Cooper of Knoxville, Tennessee. Straight from the bench this killer package utilizes a forged crank, forged rods, 12.5 to 1 pistons and polished Edelbrock heads to create roughly 550 horsepower of unmatched throttle response. As with its tight build, this Fords custom chassis was supplied by Alloways Hot Rods in Knoxville, Tennessee. The 468s power flows in to a rugged B&M Turbo-Hydramatic 350 3-speed thats fitted with a 3,000 RPM stall converter. That proven transmission spins stout 4.11 gears with the help of a painted driveshaft and a polished Winters Quick Change rear end. All that mirror-like hardware rolls on a gorgeous set of custom Boyd Coddington wheels which spin 215/45R17 BF Goodrich radials in front of 275/55R20 BF Goodrich radials. And between the doors, youll find a tasteful custom interior that was installed by Paul Atkins of Hanceville, Alabama. Fully sorted and ready to turn your dreams into reality, this awesome Vicky carries exactly the kind of cool swagger every car builder dreams about. Call, click or visit www.RKMotors.com for more information!
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Frame Off Restored Hot Rod Coupe ZZ4 350 V8 355hp Automatic Leather A/C PS PB /// In the market for something thats a bit different than a run-of-the-mill street rod? This awesome Chevy is a fantastic choice! Benefiting from a frame-off restoration that eventually transitioned into a professional, $70K street rod build, this all-steel Chevy seals exceptionally aligned panels in a great looking coat of Milano Red 2-stage. Designed and assembled by the experts at General Motors own GM Performance Parts aftermarket entity, the coupes 350 cubic inch ZZ4 crate motor creates a stout 355 horsepower and 405 lb./ft. of dust swirling torque. Behind that mill, a cooled Turbo-Hydramatic 350 3-speed, built with both a shift kit and a 2,200 RPM stall, spins power to a stout Ford 9-inch thats stuffed with mild, 2.50 gears. Those gears push a fully powder-coated frame thats been seated on RideTech bags. At the front of those bones, a Fat Man Mustang II clip hangs easy twisting power rack-and-pinion steering between tubular control arms and 2-inch drop spindles. Quick stops are provided by a familiar combination of GM and Wilwood calipers. And power meets the pavement through sweet U.S. Mags U201s, which spin 215/65R15 BF Goodrich Radial T/As in front of 235/55R18 BF Goodrich Advantage T/As. Unlatch this awesome customs solid-closing doors and youll find a custom leather interior thats definitely one of the main highlights of the build. Plush GM seats feature power operation for the cars driver. An eggshell dash hides a remote-controlled Clarion CD player behind modern air conditioning, a small AccuAir adjuster and classy Classic Instruments telemetry. And in front of the driver, a tilting Ididit column makes the most of a leather-wrapped, Banjo-style steering wheel. Professionally built and fully sorted, this finely-tailored bowtie is just the piece to spice up your next outing! Call, click or visit www.RKMotors.com for more information.
Frame Up Built Roadster Streetrod 350 V8 Automatic TH350 A/C /// Mixing a hot rodded small block with substantial drivetrain upgrades and a comfortable custom interior, this well-built Ford is a heck of a lot of fun! The cars smooth and solid body began life as high quality fiberglass that was carefully sculpted into some of the coolest automotive curves to ever leave Dearborn, Michigan. And, during a detailed build, that rugged resin was married to steel running boards, and dressed in a striking exposition of custom pinstripes and vivid 2-stage. Fold the tidy hood and youll find a 350 cubic inch Chevrolet small block that, thanks in part to a .030 overbore, churns big horsepower into ample torque. A trusted Turbo-Hydramatic 350 3-speed utilizes a B&M Holeshot converter to spin a requisite Ford 9-inch. That smooth drivetrain pushes a triangulated 4-bar rear-clip, which follows tubular control arms with modern coil-over-shocks. Opposite that clip, an independent front-half frames two more modern coil-overs with polished Heidts control arms. Turns come courtesy of manual rack-and-pinion steering. Stops are provided by a predictable combination of discs and drums. And everything hangs in a fully boxed chassis, which rides body-matched and stainless-trimmed steelies that twist big n little BF Goodrich Momentums. Pop the doors and youll find a custom Saddle interior thats warm and welcoming. A pleated leather seat surfs rich carpet thats fashioned around a short Lokar shifter. In front of that seat, a body-matched dash frames Stewart Warner telemetry in a centralized, engine-turned instrument panel. The driver strolls the boulevard through a polished, banjo-style steering wheel, which spins a leather-wrapped rim around a polished, tilting column. And everyone stays cool thanks to modern air conditioning. Mixing a high-quality build with impressive power, custom upholstery and spectacular aesthetics, this coupe is the kind of car that recruits fans wherever it goes! Call, click or visit www.RKMotors.com for more information.
This is a really nice truck that's just about finished so you can finish customizing it like you want it! It's a 1953 chevy truck cab and front clip. It's been chopped a sectioned a lot of custom work. All door handles have been shaved, has electric door poppers. The bed is a 91 fleetside that's been narrowed with all the metal work done. Cadillac tail lights. Powered by a freshly built LS1 that's carburetorated. 700R4 transmission, 4 link rear end rack and pinon power steerin...g. truck is on airbags with 4 independent dump valves. Vintage air installed, hidden radio, custom cut oak boards for the bed that just needs finished. The entire cab is covered with dynamat. I have a lot of new parts to go with it. Tons of metal fabrication has been done. Interior is painted with black leather seats and panels... contact me with any other questions that you may have. I posted this ad for my friend Mike, that owns the truck. You can contact him directly at 334-208-6044, or contact me via email here and i'll let him know you're interested in it. Thank you!
Introduced in 1950 the Plymouth Suburban’s primary feature was its versatility. As clearly outlined in the Suburban’s brochure, Plymouth called it “The car with one hundred and one uses.”. No other utility car of the time offered such all-around transportation features. As you settle into the driver’s seat and peer over your shoulder you’re struck by the commodious interior space behind you. With the back seat up, the Suburban boasts 42 inches of cargo area from the tailgate forward. Lowering the back seat expands the available space to nearly six feet. The Plymouth may be upright and boxy with looks that are something of an acquired taste, but the visibility is excellent thanks to many large windows. Included with the Suburban is the original vehicle invoice…a piece of paper that is 78 years old! The invoice shows the selling price of $1,786 for the sporty wagon. Options were sparse in 1950 with this Suburban being upfitted only with a windshield wiper and bumper guards for a total cost of $10.55. Automatic transmissions, and even overdrive, were still a few years in the future when this Suburban was built, so like all 1950 Plymouths, this one has a three-speed manual transmission with column controls. Depress the floor-mounted clutch pedal, slip the gear selector into neutral and twist the ignition and the flathead six springs to life. There's no roar, bellow or cam bounce, but the little six-cylinder engine is quiet, smooth and eager to please. This exquisite Plymouth received a comprehensive restoration in the mid-nineties, although shows like a recent effort. The Suburban, finished in Brunswick Blue lacquer, looks and runs just like it did when it rolled off the assembly line well over a half century ago. Purchased from the original owner in 1987 the Suburban has been lovingly cared for by its second owner ever since and has spent its entire life in South Carolina. Don’t miss your chance to own the original sport utility vehicle produced by Plymouth. Stock Number: HC7626VIN: 18071539Miles: 19,243 Miles showing on the odometer (this vehicle will be sold as mileage EXEMPT)Engine: Period Correct 218 CI Inline 6 Cylinder with 97 Horsepower Transmission: 3-Speed Manual Equipment: Carter One-Barrel Carburetor, 6-Volt Electrical System, Single Exhaust, Column-Shifter Selective Manual Transmission, Hydraulic Four-Wheel Manual Drum Brakes, Independent Front Coil Springs, Telescoping Shock Absorbers, Front Anti-Roll Bar, Solid Rear Axle, Longitudinal Leaf Springs, Steel 15” Wheels, Goodyear Super Cushion Tires, Recirculating HeaterItems Included with the Car: Original Car Invoice, 1950 First Edition Plymouth Service Manual, Original 1950 Plymouth BrochuresCondition Code: (2) * (see condition code chart for explanation of category codes 1-5)Warranty: This vehicle is being sold AS-IS To learn more about condition codes, the term “numbers matching”, conditions of sale, and Hendrick Performance, please see the bottom of this page for details and clarification.
1951 Hudson Commodore 8AStraight 8 Cylinder, 128 HP. 3 speed on the tree. Garaged, restored to original complete condition. Original drop down chasis. Restorations fully documented with records pictures and documents. All restoration completed at an authorized Hudson restoration facility, Wildrick restoration LLC located in Shelbyville Indiana. Over 60K invested in this Commodore. Motor overhaul and rebuilt Runs smooth, transmission, rear end, and carburetor rebuilt. New drum brakes, radiator, gas tank, water pump, wet air filter, and battery. 12volt conversion, electronic ignition, new belts, hoses, new white wall tires. Original working dash. Fully restored interior. Beige and brown suede seats, carpet, door panels, headliner, and weather stripping. Original owners manual and service manual. Exterior paint may be original (unknown). Also has windshield awning which was added. All original trim, manual turning antenna. Roadworthy! All doors shut and seal, all lights work to include turn signals. Restorations still needed are the original radio which it has but not restored, and a wiper motor. Title in hand. Any reasonable offers will be considered.VIN 8A74718
Model 602 Touring Sedan. First year Pontiac joined GM. All original equipment except for 6V electric fuel pump and alternator. Fresh professionally rebuilt straight eight and tranny. Older restoration but solid rare survivor. All new chrome components. Very dependable driver, not a trailer queen. Runs rides and drives great! A fun vehicle to own.
CALL TODAY!704-230-1010MECHANICAL:-522CI Pro built with estimated 575 HP.-Automatic C6 transmission.-Tubbed with 4 link.-Front and rear disc brakes.-Painless wiring harness with blade fuses.-Flaming River steering column.INTERIOR:-Lokar push button shifter.-Leather bucket seats.-Power windows.-Dakota digital gauges.-Vintage Air heat and AC.-Tilt steering wheel.-Kenwood stereo. Back up camera option.-Fuel cell.-Rear roll bar.EXTERIOR:-Custom body and paint.-Custom wheels.-LED headlamps and backups.-Remote poppers for Doors. Trunk. and battery disconnect!! Comes with three remotes.DISCLOSURES:-Please see detailed pictures.CALL TODAY FOR QUESTIONS OR ADDITIONAL PICTURES! 704 230 1010DEPOSITS:DEPOSITS TO PURCHASE VEHICLE/S IS $500, UPON PAYMENT OF THE $500 THE VEHICLE WILL BE HELD FOR 72 HOURS PENDING FINAL PAYMENT. DEPOSITS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE. INSPECTIONS AND OR PRE APPROVAL FOR FINANCING SHOULD BE PERFORMED PRIOR TO PUTTING A DEPOSIT DOWN ON A VEHICLE. INSPECTION OR DENIAL RESULTING IN NOT PURCHASING THE VEHICLE/S DOES NOT WARRANT REFUND OF DEPOSIT. A $299.00 DOCUMENT FEE WILL BE ADDED TO ALL SALES TO COVER COSTS OF CHARGES IMPOSED BY FEDERAL AND NORTH CAROLINA DMV. ALL SALES WILL HAVE A $299 ADMINISTRATION FEE.SHIPPING:VEHICLES HAVE 10 DAYS OF FREE STORAGE AFTER PAYMENT/DOCUMENTS ARE SUBMITTED. AFTER 10 DAYS A STORAGE FEE OF $100 PER DAY WILL BE IMPLEMENTED. WE ASSIST IN SHIPPING FOR ALL CLIENTS USING CENTRAL DISPATCH. IF MONEY OFFERED TO SHIP VEHICLE BY BUYER IS COMPARABLE TO GOING RATE SHIPPING WILL HAPPEN WITHIN THE 10 DAY ALLOTMENT.FINANCING:JJ BEST BANC. COLLECTOR CAR FINANCING800-872-1965$500 NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT DUE TO PURCHASE THE VEHICLE. PAYMENT IS DUE IN FULL WITHIN 72 HOURS OF MAKING DEPOSIT OR DEPOSIT IS FORFEIT. DOWN PAYMENT REQUIRED BY LENDING INSTITUTION WILL BE DUE WITHIN 72 HOURS OF DEPOSIT IN ADDITION TO DEPOSIT.INSPECTIONS:PLEASE EITHER COME AND INSPECT YOUR VEHICLE OR HAVE IT INSPECTED BY A THIRD PARTY INSPECTOR BEFORE DEPOSIT OR PURCHASE. BUYING A VEHICLE IS LIKE PURCHASING A HOME. BOTH PARTIES ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR INSPECTION AND DILIGENCE. WE ARE BROKERS ON THESE VEHICLES AND DO OUR BEST TO INSPECT BUT YOU THE BUYER HAVE RESPONSIBILITY TOO. WE SUGGEST THIRD PARTY INSPECTIONS OR IN PERSON.SHIPPING:WE CAN SET UP THE SHIPPING FOR YOU. WE USE CENTRAL DISPATCH AND THEY ENSURE ALL CARRIERS ARE LICENSED, INSURED AND BONDED.INTERNATIONAL BUYERS:WE ARE MORE THAN HAPPY TO WORK WITH INTERNATIONAL BUYERS. WE CAN GET THE VEHICLE TO THE PORT YOU REQUEST FOR SHIPPING TO YOUR COUNTRY. PLEASE KNOW WE CANNOT SHIP IT TO YOU/YOUR COUNTRY, AS YOU WILL BE IMPORTING THE VEHICLE YOU WILL HAVE TO HANDLE THE INTERNATIONAL PORTION. WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO ASSIST!THE INFORMATION GIVEN IN THE DESCRIPTION ABOVE IS EITHER OUR OPINION, THE OPINION OF THE FORMER OWNER, OR BASED OFF OF VISUAL AIDS AND SHOULD NOT BE TAKEN AS FACT. IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY AS THE BUYER TO CONFIRM OR DETERMINE SPECIFICS OF THE VEHICLE. PLEASE NOTE THAT WE DO NOT GUARANTEE ANY AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS, GAUGES, OR ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS. GIVEN THE NATURE OF THE VINTAGE VEHICLES WE SELL, THESE COMPONENTS CAN BE WORKING AT ONE MOMENT AND NOT WORKING AT ANOTHER MOMENT. IT IS COMMON THAT THESE COMPONENTS WILL NEED UPKEEP OR ATTENTION. IN ADDITION, MANY TIMES THESE VEHICLES SIT FOR LONG PERIODS OF TIME AND ONCE YOU BEGIN TO DRIVE THEM HARDENED SEAL AND GASKETS MAY BEGIN TO LEAK! CLASSIC CARS LEAK. PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU ARE COMFORTABLE WITH THIS BEFORE BUYING A VINTAGE AUTOMOBILETHE VEHICLE IS BEING SOLD AS IS WITH NO WARRANTIES OR REFUNDS AVAILABLE. THIS IS A USED VEHICLE BEING SOLD AS IS.
This 1939 Ford Deluxe 5-window coupe is a sought-after classic. Not just an iconic design wrapped in modern metallic paint, it has a more modern suspension, upgraded A/C interior, and a fuel-injected V8 heart. If you were thinking about running moonshine in this one, think again. The extended trunks of these cars were a favorite of liquor-running outlaws, but in this case, the once inconspicuous styling is now long gone. Modern Dark Green Metallic paint has plenty of clearcoat to make sure it shines brightly on this super straight body. Plus, the chrome bumpers, sweeping side trim and the standout Halibrand wheels are the kind of feature that never slip away unnoticed. By 1941, Fords would carry a softer design language with a more rounded front end and less pronounced fenders. So, this aggressively sharp-nosed coupe has always been the perfect one to get the hot rod treatment. In fact, the demand is so high for these coupes that there are now fiberglass re-creations out there. That makes us happy to say this an original, steel bodied, 1939 that received a thorough restoration and all the right upgrades. Inside it feels like no expense was spared to give this businessmans coupe plenty of real modern conveniences. The single bench seat up front was upgraded to two modern leather buckets, but those who need a kind of drive-in closeness to the passenger could utilize rear bench (a rarity in business coupes.) The driver gets a highly stylized chrome and wood steering wheel with the Ford V8 logo prominently in the center. Beyond that, a full set of SW gauges have been expertly added to the dash so youll think a tach was in there from day one. Instead of a modern radio being added in to ruin the classic feel of the dash, theres a hookup in the trunk for your modern music players that will directly connect to the amplified stereo system. Even the air conditioning controls have a vintage appearance, and it runs modern R134a to blow ice cold. Under the hood, the original Ford flathead V8 was swapped out for something with substantially more power and turn key reliability. Youre looking at a fuel-injected GM Performance Ram Jet 350. This crate motor is known for offering plenty of power, and modern reliability... and thats exactly how you should view this custom coupe. Another upgrage example is the 700R4 four-speed transmission. Its stout enough to handle all the extra power, and the overdrive gear makes it an easy highway cruiser. Add in an upgrad to an independent front suspension with tubular A-arms, front disc brakes, and power steering and you have the ultimate driver. Now you can see how this is a great power package thats also easy enough to drive on the morning commute. This is a coupe that could have been a moonshiner back in the day, but survived to be a creature-comfort hot rod. Your own legend begins here, but you should act fast. We know these cars of this quality dont stay under our showroom lights long. Call now!!
Theres just something about the handsome lines of a pre-war business coupe that make great custom cars. Somewhere between the flowing fenders and a moonshiner history lies an attraction that we cant help but make all our own. So there is an undeniable magnetism to this 1939 Chevrolet 5-window street rod that comes ready today with everything from a hot V8 under the hood, to a custom A/C interior. Streamlined and sleek, the wraparound grille and rounded fenders give this 39 Chevy a substantial, important look. Its an Art Deco masterpiece, so were happy to see the curvaceous sheet metal showing exceptional care. But you also instantly know this is far from a factory 30s machine. Its a full custom restoration that utilizes bold metallic magenta paint to make a lasting impression. But the reason why you really love this one is in the details. Youll take time pouring over all the right elements, like the custom etched side glass, blue dot taillights, shaved bumpers , custom airbrushing on the trunklid, and so much more. The business coupe already had a forward-leaning feel to the design, and it only get amplified even further with the iconic American Racing Torq Thrust wheels in a staggered size for extra aggression. It all comes together in a total package that all lets you know someone carefully crafted this vehicles image to be unique and sporting. The magenta tweed is a great way to get a comfortable interior while also nicely coordinating with the exterior color. In true craftsman fashion, this material covers the door panels, carpeting, headliner, and is even in the trunk. We know you love all of the custom graphic designs that are integrated into the paneling. Of course the tweed also covers the seats, allowing these more comfortable later model buckets to seamlessly blend with the rest of the interior. From the moment you slip behind the Billet Specialties steering wheel you know this is a vehicle meant to be your favorite cruiser. There are great comfortable features like the AM/FM stereo mounted in the headliner and modern R134a air conditioning keeping you cool. Plus, the full set of VDO gauges, large AutoMeter tach, and Lokar shifter all let you know theres something special under the hood. A car like this is meant to show off all the details, and the engine bay is absolutely included. The built V8 has been nicely dressed with checkered flag emblems on the valve covers and air topper. These shiny components go nicely with the other polished pieces such as the alternator, brackets, master cylinder, and much more to create a custom and premium appearance. So just like the exterior and the interior, the engine bay focuses on the details to really grab attention. And beneath the style is quite a bit of substance, too. We all love Chevys 350 cubic-inch small block for power, and it only gets better with enhancements like a Holley four-barrel carburetor, MSD ignition, and rumbling dual exhaust. Its a very nice power package that really moves this classic quickly with some muscle. Plus, you have the comfort of a Mustang II style independent front suspension, automatic transmission, front disc brakes, and power steering. So now youre starting to get the picture on how versatile this custom Chevy really is. Complete with title documentation, this is a distinctive coupe thats ready for everything from your local car show to the power tour. Its versatile, comfortable, powerful, fast, and one-of-a-kind, so hurry before its gone. Call now!!
This is the kind of truck that knows the difference between just showing up and being the kind of vehicle everyone remembers. Detailed paintwork, coordinating interior, and supercharged big block power come together in this 1940 Ford pickup to make one terrific unforgettable total package. In 1940, Ford created one of the most stunning pickup designs for the ages. This one celebrates that style by utilizing the full custom build to highlight all the best features on this icon. It starts up front where the bumper has been removed so you can get the full view of that awesome pointed break that was shared with the classic car line. Plus, the red has the kind of candy-coated lusted to really bring out the smooth lines in the hood and cab. The black in this two-tone is just as important. It emphasizes the round fenders up front, where it really draws attention to the teardrop headlights. Everyone loves this Ford for the artfully long rear fenders and these now flow uninterrupted because the taillights are now integrated into the custom roll pan. But the best part here is the element of fire. You see it in the custom red pin striping and the design of the 18-inch Progressive alloy wheels. That monster hood scoop boldly leading the way, you almost expect flames to shoot out of the dual exhaust. Inside, the custom black and red theme continues on the cool striped bench seat and door panels. So you know people are going to marvel at the interior. And when they do, theyll also love items like the billet handles and bright dash. Additionally, everyone will marvel as you use the air ride controls to lower this one in the parking lots. But more than just a looker, you can tell this was meant to be driven. Thats why you have a three-spoke sports steering wheel, Lokar shifter, and a full set of AutoMeter gauges. In fact, have you spotted the large tach with shift light and the blower readout? Oh yeah, this is one serious machine. You know two things the moment you pop the hood. First, you can see there was plenty spent on a bright and clean presentation. Second, you know they couldnt possibly put any more muscle in the engine bay thats why the big butterfly scoop has to raise out of the hood. For most people a 454 cubic-inch big block V8 is plenty of power, but not something as wild as this one. Thats why there are dual Edelbrock four-barrel carbs sitting on top of that big B&M blower. Youll love the intoxicating mix of thunderous big block rumble combined with the whoosh of the blower force-feeding that V8. This is a serious street machine, and thats why you have a stout TH400 three-speed automatic and a custom frame to handle all the extra power and torque from this monster motor. Plus, the front suspension was upgraded to a robust Mustang II-style setup and front disc brakes. In the rear, you have a strong set of ladder bars keeping the rubber on the road. We know youve been totaling up what it would take to get the paint, interior, and big power motor like this one here. You know the asking price is far less than you could have it built from scratch. Best of all, this is a dream machine thats turnkey ready today for the first person to grab it. Call now!
The 1940 Ford Deluxe Sedan is a true pre-WWII icon. With flathead V8 power and a sleek style, they are a true treat. So as you look over all the details on this quite correct example, you soon realize how much nostalgia it packs for quite an obtainable price. There was an investment in the burgundy paint, and it suites this two-door sedan perfectly. Its a sophisticated hue for a dignified classic. Plus, the high level of gloss lets the shine roll evenly off of some of our favorite elements, like the large fenders, tall roof, and aerodynamic rear. This had some absolutely terrific bright work with the pointed grille, artful headlight surrounds, and the rounded bumpers with intricate detail work. Plus, the way the side trim runs from head to tail like an unbroken line tell you about the quality of the body. And we especially love the correct two-piece Ford Deluxe wheel covers with details like the color-matched steel wheels and whitewall tires. Inside there was an investment while retaining the original style. The exterior burgundy returns on the metal parts, and no its joined by a comfortable tan on the seats, door panels, and carpeting. We like the classic texture of the cloth seat, and you can feel the investment simply because something that was nearly 80 years-old could never be this comfortable. This is a true vintage experience with the correct Deluxe-style gauges, art deco dash, and even the clock was correctly repaired. The dual spoke steering wheel retains the groves of its lifetime, so you can feel the generations of drivers that came before you. Theres just something great about the appearance of Fords Flathead V8. The parallel radiator piping gives this motor a very powerful presentation. It has been serviced correctly - including a new water pump, electrical work, belt, solenoid, and much more in 2017 (call for all the details.) And yes, this has been converted to 12 volts and an alternator for easy driving in modern times. While we know you wont be using this Ford as a hot rod, the glasspack-style dual exhaust and column-shifted three-speed manual really let you understand the full power behind this V8. This classic 40 Ford makes every day behind the wheel feel like Sunday. So dont miss out on a great classic. Call today!
This is the 1929 Ford Model A Roadster that does everything nicely. Slick red paint on a detailed body, a comfy custom interior, and plenty of V8 power come together in a well-priced total package. While all Model As are iconic, this instantly tells you they spent some time sweating the details to get it to a higher level. Glossy red paint on a slick fiberglass body, full painted chassis, and plenty of terrific custom pinstriping give it that well-built look youll love to show off. Plus, it has great classic elements like the chromed front drop axle, blue dot taillights, racing gas cap, and an intimidating forward leaning stance. But what really makes this one memorable are the well-integrated modern upgrades like the 17-inch Vision wheels with modern tires that have their aggressive directional tread on display for everyone to see. The pinstripe thats highlighting the curves of the exterior also coordinates with the interior color exactly the kind of detail you want on a hot rod thats open to the world. When people peek inside, theyll find a custom setup where the door panels have a cool wave pattern that flows right into the two individual bucket seats. Theres plenty more style where the custom steering wheel and Lokar shifter have a good shine that coordinates with the metal dash. Plus, this houses great feature like the full classic-style VDO gauge panel and the AM/FM/CD stereo. They knew this engine would be on display for the world to see, and so they made sure it was clean and mean. Youve got a nice shine from the polished elements like the alternator, fuel pump, etched valve covers, and matching air topper. Plus, this brightness is doubled thanks to the polished firewall. When you look beyond the style, youll find the substance of a 350 cubic-inch V8 thats been enhanced with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and shorty headers that connect to the rumbling dual exhaust. As a thorough build, youll love looking at the undercarriage photos and seeing all the bright red and polished elements that come from making the right investments. Plus, while youre checking this out, dont forget to notice great features like the front disc brakes, TH350 three-speed automatic transmission, and an adjustable coil over rear. Clean, powerful, and nicely-finished, this is the all-around build youre going to love. So dont miss this deal. Call now!
With GTO V8 power, a Corvette rear end, and full custom a/c interior, this 1940 Ford Business Coupe is an amazing slick custom classic that will captivate everyone with all its amazing details. Heres your favorite moonshiner. The extended trunks of these cars were a favorite of liquor-running outlaws. And in this case, the modern Black Cherry gives it a slick and dark presentation thats perfect for slipping through the midnight air. But more than just the cool moonshiner legacy, you want this one because it was the last year for this generation of Ford coupes. By 1941, they would carry a softer design language with a more rounded front end and less pronounced fenders. So this one celebrates its iconic design with expertly deleted bumpers so you can get a terrific full view of the sharp protruding grille and beautiful rear fenders that extend the full design. The elimination of more bright work also gives this classic a modern flair. Shaved door handles, sport mirrors, integrated brake lights, and much more really make this one a standout. But a classic like this needs some bright work. Its now reserved to highlight some of the best features of old and new like the classic teardrop headlight housings and modern Billet Specialties wheels. When you pop the remote door openers, the interior instantly shows you plenty of reminders that this custom build has comfort and quality in mind. It starts with the tan leather seating that has an armrest and individual bolstering for long-haul comfort. The headliner, carpeting, trunk, and custom door panels match this and look exceptionally fresh. The dash is equal parts comfort and performance as the wood-style inlay contains the air conditioning controls, AM/FM/CD stereo, power window controls, and a full set of classic-style VDO gauges. The shine from the banjo-style steering wheel and Lokar shifter are equal parts performance and flair. When you look under the hood, youre once again reminded of how thorough this custom build is. After all, they took the time to paint the valve covers, intake, and block the same black cherry to match the exterior. More than just stylish, youre looking at a 389 cubic-inch V8. So while most of the custom 1940 Fords retain blue oval power or get a Chevy upgrade, this one has Pontiac GTO-style muscle. Not just extra distinction, this was a powerful displacement thats upgraded further by a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and a rumbling dual exhaust. To go with this extra power is a serious upgrade in handling. Thats thanks to a Mustang II-style independent front suspension with tubular A-arms and adjustable coilovers. In the rear youve been upgraded to a Corvette-style independent setup. Plus, you can take advantage of this superior suspension with four-wheel disc brakes and grippy Nexen performance tires. Being a performance build, youll easily cruise the streets with power steering and a TH400 three-speed automatic transmission. Plus, the aluminum radiator with electric fan means this one stays cool no matter if youre performance driving or just idling in traffic with the A/C pumping. This has the distinction, stance, features, and power you want. So you know a total package like this 40 Ford wont be available for long. Dont miss out, call today!
This 1929 Ford Model A Roadster is out to command your attention in its slick red appearance. But when you look at all the alluring details from the steel body, to the powerful 350 V8, to the fully independent suspension you soon realize that this total street machine is more than just about its bold first impression. If youre going to build a custom machine, you may as well make it attention-grabbing. The red is a deep and glossy shine, and that luster is no accident considering there is less than 2,200 miles on the whole build. This hot rod respects its history with original styling cues such as the dual bumpers, headlight setup, and the design of the folding roof. But then you also instantly notice the sporty upgrades of the sleek fit and finish of the body, frenched taillights, and beautiful Artillery-style wheels with Ford V8 logo polished covers. The aggressively staggered tire size gives this the kind of stance that made these Model As icons all over again in the hot rod era. The full custom interior offers plenty of comfort while still remembering its lineage. It starts with a bench seat finished in comfortable red leather. They took their time with the dash, carpeting, shift boot, and custom door panels to make sure that all of this coordinated quite nicely in shades of aggressive red. The three-spoke leather-wrapped steering wheel feels great in your hands, especially on the chrome tile column. Although, we also bet your right hand wont be able to resist the Lokar shifter. The full set of VDO gauges dominates the dash to keep you fully informed. Even the trunk is fully finished with custom panels and an artfully-mounted spare. There was a ton invested in the engine bay with all the polished components, including the valve covers, alternator, air topper, and much more. Plus, we love the detail work, like how the plug wires match the smooth red firewall. More than just look great, this is a powerful 350 cubic-inch small block thats been upgraded with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, performance intake, and headers feeding the rumbling dual exhaust. But while youll be proud to show off this engine bay, theyre going to have to get you off the road first. Thats because this is a true drivers classics. There is a Mustang II-style front end and a Corvette-style rear giving you a fully independent suspension. Thats an attractive rarity even on these modified Fords. Plus, you have rack & pinion power steering, a three-speed automatic transmission, and four-wheel disc brakes. So this street machine is truly built to take you everywhere. Nicely finished with all the right driver upgrades, this steel-body Model A is an all-around stunner. So if you like driving your classics as much as you enjoy showing them off, dont miss this total package. Call now!
Seeing a 1933 Plymouth 5-Window Coupe is already going to attract attention just because of how few of these there are on the scene. But as you dig deeper on this steel-bodied custom, youll discover nice upgrades like the polished suspension and rumble seat. So you soon realize this is far more unique than just its nameplate. The all steel body is in fantastic condition, with the kind of fitting that can take home the trophies. As mentioned before, the Plymouth name alone will attract attention in the pre-war crowds, but you can also appreciate some great styling touches it brings. For example, when the fiberglass hood is in place, there is a great style line that starts near the headlights and runs all the way down the body until it flows into the rear. Theres bright work in all the right places, including the tall waterfall grille, headlight surrounds, vented windshield frame, door handles, and the tubular rear bumper. Its all finished in an aggressive red. Its the kind of paintwork that looks like this car is meant to be driven, and the American Racing Torq Thrust wheels with an aggressive 15/17 front/rear stagger back up this impression. Inside is a great custom cruiser attitude. The black vinyl has some terrific patterns as it flows over the dash, door panels, and low-back bucket seats. While most hot rod coupes are built for two, this one retains the extra cool rumble-seats. So this one is great for everything from parades to a night at the driver-in. No matter how many people are along for the ride, youll appreciate features like the AM/FM/CD stereo, Stewart Warner gauge package, and a tilt steering column built for even tall drivers. The engine bay is out for people to see, and thats for a very good reason. The shine from the valve covers, air topper, alternator, upgraded pulleys, and more makes this worth showing off. Beyond the flash, theres the substance of a Chevy 350 cubic-inch small block V8 that has been upgraded with pieces like a mild cam, Holley four-barrel carburetor, shorty headers, and rumbling dual exhaust. Theres even an aluminum radiator w/electric fan to help keep this package running cool even in traffic. As you look at the undercarriage photos youll see some nice upgrades with polished components in the drop axle front, driveshaft, and rear suspension. Plus, theres also a three-speed automatic transmission and front disc brakes, so you can enjoy this street machine with ease. If youre a Mopar fan or just a fan of being a little different, this awesome Plymouth is a head-turner with plenty of premium features. So hurry up on this distinct and irresistible hot rod. Call now!
Daring to be different is great, especially if the different is as bold as this 1935 Chrysler Airstream. With an aerodynamic look, plenty of custom details, overdrive transmission, and upgraded V8 power, this is the perfect way to fit in with the hot rod crowd while still remaining very distinctive. We dont see too many Airstreams on the custom car scene, so this one is already going to attract attention. Plus, youre looking at a very classic machine done with plenty of upgrade flair. The pointed nose with torpedo-like floating headlights makes an attractive first impression, and the squared-off trunk makes it instantly recognizable from behind as a Chrysler product. The bumper has been expertly removed from the front so you can see the full length of the tall waterfall grille. The shaved door handles and fun taxi flags not only bring some modern flair to the profile, but also its a fun nod to the bright yellow paintwork. In the back, there are a ton of custom details like the frenched antenna and license plate, flush-mounted taillights, and bright dual exhaust tips that look like they belong on a supercar. And this total package is finished off with an artful and bright set of 15-inch Weld polished wheels. Pop the remote door openers to reveal more custom work. This is a tasteful mix of brown and tweed interwoven throughout the interior. The best place to see this is on the seats. Up front there are modern buckets with enough bolstering to be all-day comfortable. The rear seats even get nice sculpting for individual comfort. And speaking of the rear, theres so much legroom back there that this is the custom where everyone will want to go for a ride (another good reason for the taxi-themed exterior!) But the driver is the one who will always remain king. You get a cool steering wheel that coordinates nicely with the exterior alloys. And the dash is completely filled with VDO gauges, including a large speedo and tach. Plus, you have great features right in front of you everything from a tilt steering column to power window switches. That butterfly hood is a great attention-getter, and youll especially love the upgrades within. This one has Chevy small block V8 power, which we all know is reliable and infinitely upgradeable. In fact, just like the good hot rod it is, this one already has performance parts such as a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Weiand Street Warrior intake manifold, and headers that feed the sweet-sounding dual exhaust. This one goes down the road nicely with a four-speed automatic transmission w/highway-friendly overdrive. Theres also an upgrade to a Mustang II-style independent front suspension that includes disc brakes, and youve also got rack & pinion steering. So this is the unique custom machine thats great to go near or far. If you like to look distinct and remain in comfort, you know how special this Chrysler Airstream is. So dont let this unique custom slip away. Call now!
When youre a professional building one for yourself, this is the level of excellence you get. This 1937 Ford Slantback is an awesome two-tone street machine with a custom A/C interior, V8 power, and an overall level of quality youll love. The two-tone silver and burgundy are the perfect night and day contrast that unite through a modern clear coat to give them an even shine as the sunlight rolls over both colors. Plus, the red pinstripe that separates the two really heightens the aggressive streak. The grilles are painted to match the body; sport side mirrors were added; and the Ford V8 badge is painted on. So the whole car has a super smooth attitude that really makes this classic look great in modern times. But like any good classic American theres plenty of room for some nice bright work on places like the bumpers and 15-inch polished alloys. As mentioned earlier, this is a professional build that was under the care of a shop owner for a dozen years. Thats why it has a well-executed feeling in everything from the brighter LED taillights to the way the doors close with authority. And speaking of those doors, they are done in a very cool way with remote poppers, or they will also pop open with just touch of the door handle. Inside youll find a tasteful custom interior that combines two tones of gray to nicely coordinate with the exterior silver. Its all part of a custom setup that includes the seats, door panels, dash, carpeting, and even the trunk. Theres plenty of room for everyone in the comfortable gray leather upholstery. Youll especially enjoy it up front where there are well-bolstered bucket seats that include large headrests. This classic also has plenty of modern conveniences such as power windows, an AM/FM/CD stereo, tilt wheel, and ice-cold air conditioning. The Lecarra steering wheel feels great in your hands, and it gives you a clear view to the full upgraded gauge package. The engine bay is exactly what you want in a car that was built to show off. The smooth burgundy firewall is a great backdrop for plenty of polished components like the valve covers, air topper, compressor, and much more. Underneath all the shiny elements is the stability of a small-block 350 cubic-inch V8. We dont mind a Ford running Chevy power when its this legendary unit thats known for reliability, power, and a huge list of performance upgrades. In fact, this one already has a four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and headers to add an extra wallop of power. You can hear the power of this motor every time you fire it up and let the Flowmaster dual exhaust produce its fierce rumble. But this one is built for far more than brute force. Its mated to a three-speed automatic transmission and a rear end that is built to be good on the highway. Plus, you have an upgraded independent front suspension, power steering, and front disc brakes. Youre looking at a striking total package with less than 3,600 miles on the whole build. You really cant ask for a more impressive custom car, especially when done by a professional. Call now!
Cruise-ins were made for this 1930 Ford Pickup. It has the right custom look on the outside, a comfortable leather A/C interior, and a nice small block under the hood that makes a sweet rumble without losing friends. Its a fresh turn-key smile machine just waiting for you. This truck has a mean stance that combines the original hot rod spirit with a bit more modern touches. After all, this is the iconic shape of the Model A pickup, but its a professional build with tighter body gaps thanks to a modern fiberglass cab. And the modern metallic orange paint radiates the sunlight so that it really highlights every one of the classic Ford curves. This same expert mix of vintage and modern is seen throughout the truck. So you have great classic details like the front bumper, headlight bar, waterfall grille, and windshield overhang. They blend nicely with upgrades like the custom rear bumper, dual exhaust tips, and polished American Racing Torq Thrust wheels with an aggressive 15/17 inch front/rear stance. You better believe people will remember this truck even time they see the tonneau cover electronically raise from its flush-fitted mounting. Inside, this 1930s-style machine has been customized to be the most comfortable cruiser you will find anywhere. It starts with a custom bench seat that has terrific bolstering and finished in supple leather. This quality presentation continues on the side panels, headliner, and even the carpet piping for a full uniform look. You get a Billet Specialties steering wheel on a polished tilt column. And beyond that is a bright dash panel with a full set of Classic Instruments gauges. You get all the right extras, including cold R134a air conditioning and an AM/FM/CD stereo with Bluetooth thats mounted in a custom headliner console. And theres power windows for not only the sides, but also the rear glass, too so you can really let the breezes run through the cab. With the engine on display to the world, you want it to be as shiny as this one. The air topper, valve covers, alternator, compressor, tubing, pulleys, intake, and so much more are drawing attention, so you might win awards for the polished pieces alone. But look closely, and youll also see nice performance substance behind the shine. This is a 350 cubic-inch crate motor thats been enhanced with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock EPS intake, twin Holley air intake, and shorty headers. More than just the motor, its worth looking at the undercarriage photos for all the upgrades under the skin. Up front is an independent suspension with tubular A-arms. In back is a four-link with adjustable coilovers as well as a stout Ford 9-inch rear. We know you spotted the glasspacks on the dual exhaust - they give this truck a muscular soundtrack. But more than just powerful, this one was built to be a true cruiser. Thats why you have a four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive. The aluminum radiator with electric fan is there to make sure this V8 runs cool even if youre in traffic with the A/C pumping. Add in power steering, four-wheel disc brakes, and the modern grip of Michelin tires, and you have a terrific total driving package. With barely 4,000 miles on this truck since it was built, you can tell this has been a cherished custom we even have the build receipts to prove it! So if youre ready to enjoy a cut-above classic, call today!
Somewhere between the ultimate sleeper and a very unique custom lies this 1939 Ford Deluxe Sedan. With a stroker V8, A/C interior, overdrive transmission, and a slick (but understated) paint, this is a carefully crafted custom classic. A pre-war Ford is the kind of car that will always grab attention, but this one does it a bit better. The fastback body is sleek without losing any of its back-seat practicality. The body has been painstakingly worked on and great modern clearcoat paint has been added so that the curvaceous steel now has an awesome reflection in the sunlight. But this dark green is understated enough that it really drives home a sleeper personality. Theres no wild flames down the side. Instead, you get a tasteful tan pinstripe that coordinates with the wheels. Items like the LED taillights, dual exhaust tips, and a hint of forward-leaning stance are the few subtle hints at the more modern upgrades within. But really you love this one because it has the bright chrome and straight body that makes it look like a terrific pre-war cruiser. Another great reason to go with the sedan for the custom build is the set of classic suicide doors. No matter if people peek into the front or rear, they will see a tastefully modified machine. The tan cloth on the button-top seats looks like it could be period-correct, but its freshness tells you this was a much more recent investment. Brown carpeting, brown seat piping, and dark brown wood come together to create an awesome package that tells you someone took their time coordinating this interior. This large sedan has plenty of legroom, and it can keep everyone happy thanks to features like the AM/FM/cassette stereo and modern R134a air conditioning. And more than just comfy, this custom build was made for driving. The grippy banjo-style steering wheel is mounted on a tilt column, and beyond that are a great set of VDO gauges. When you lift the hood, youll instantly recognize the upgrade. The Flathead motors from this era are quite nice, but when youre trying to fit maximum power in a small space, nothing beats a small block stroker V8. Topped with a four-barrel carburetor, this powerful 383 cubic-inch motor makes a throaty rumble from the glasspack-style dual exhaust. So you might not be able to hide this Fords true sleeper nature. The front end has been upgraded to a drop axle setup with thick front sway bar. Plus, there are other great driving additions like the power steering, front disc brakes, and four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive. So youre looking at the perfect mix of vintage style with all the right power and comfort upgrades. This is a beautiful and unique custom, so it wont stay available for long. Call now!
This 1941 Ford Coupe is distinct from every angle, so you already know its a terrific custom machine and the performance-built V8 backs this up! But as you dig deeper into the comfortable upgrades like the custom A/C interior you soon see an all-around great build. Classics from 1941 always have a story to tell. After all, it was the last full production year before WWII, and so it feels like a history lesson just in your driveway. But this one also tells its own distinct story. It has a great modern look with so many pieces expertly deleted, such as the bumpers, side trim, and even the door handles. But this doesnt miss out on chrome thanks to the very bright smile of this years unique grille deign. Plus, there are performance-minded upgrades like the polished 15-inch wheels and dual exhaust tips. Theres even a neon kit for extra glow at night! Youll love the details like the sport mirrors, custom-formed license plate holder, and the frenched taillights & antenna. And its all wrapped in Strawberry Metallic to really give it the full custom look. The remote door poppers reveal an inside with a full custom setup. it takes the red theme of the exterior and adds a bright white. The two-tone attitude is on the door panels, dash, and custom center console. Not only is the full seating red and white, but those front buckets have plenty of bolstering to be all-day comfortable. So this is not only good looking, but also quite thoughtful, too. Thats also why you have great upgrades to keep a whole carload happy, like the AM/FM/CD stereo and ice-cold R134a air conditioning. But the best treats are reserved just for you. Theres a performance shifter, Grant sports steering wheel, and beyond that is a set of classic-style VDO gauges. Under the hood, the shining valve covers, air topper, alternator, and much more give this a great presentation. And beyond the style is a ton of substance. This is a 383 cubic-inch stroker V8. It has been given the right upgrades like an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, electric fan, upgraded pulleys, and a set of headers that add power while also contributing to the rumble of the dual exhaust. Plus, there are other great additions like the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, and a Nova independent front suspension. Truly unique for both its history and full custom build, this is a distinct classic offered for quite an obtainable price. Dont miss your chance, call today!