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Chevrolet's lovable C10 is one of those timeless designs that looks good no matter how it's built. Stock... Resto-modded... Lifted... Street rodded... Whatever... The clean lines and balanced stance on these cherished classics create an all-American swagger that's universally admired. That means, if you're looking to ride in style, you really can't go wrong with 'Lasting Chevy Value'. Fully res...
STK 2982 1936 Dodge Street Rod When this Dodge rolled off the assembly line it had a function and fulfilled it very well. However, this is not '36 and this MOPAR has received a complete street rod restoration with a broad range of mechanical enhancements. The body is all steel except for fiberglass rear fenders/running boards and the professional base/clear Red finish gives this classic Dodge a...
What do you get when you combine the smooth aesthetics of a timeless classic with the spry spirit of a Street Stock race car? This incredible Chevy C10! With the universal appeal of all-American eye candy, and the all-out performance of a weekend track champ, this slick pickup is a unique, well-built hot rod that provides its owner the best of both worlds. And what's better: you can have your s...
If you're in the market for something fun that's guaranteed to hold its appeal for a very long time, it's hard to go wrong with a custom truck! Thanks to decades of excellence and appeal, America's workhorses have built a devout following. And with great pieces like this slammed C10 mixing Midwest moxie with SoCal style, it's not hard to see why. A perfect blend of classic virtues and the kind ...
So, you've undoubtedly browsed the photos of this chin-checking Dodge Coronet. And you've probably formed a few thoughts and opinions. Indeed, the car is a righteously retro custom that was built to turn heads. And yes, the car IS capable of hitting the drag strip and knocking down some impressive times. However, this mighty MoPar isn't just some whipped dragster that's been wrapped in nostalgi...
After a decade of selling the most desirable classic and collector cars on the planet, we're happy to still be celebrating firsts. As diehard car enthusiasts, we enjoy stocking our showroom with pretty much anything that's in demand, historic or just plain cool. That's how we got our hands on this boss Chevy 3600! No, it's not the first rat rod we've ever offered. That honor goes to the NASCAR-...
This 1924 Ford T-bucket is for lovers of true old-school hot rodding. Because as you dive into the details, you'll see a shining presentation that proves this is far more than just a lightweight street machine with a powerful V8 up front. This one knows how to make a proper first impression. The fiberglass body makes for a great place to lay down the smooth black paint. Even the top of the gril...
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1930 Ford Tudor

This 1930 Ford 2 door sedan Streetrod has the slammed look of an outlaw car, and the quality finish of a build with only about 1,400 miles on it. So when you want to be bold, distinct, and complete, it's time to take a look at this custom. The quality impression starts with the slick paint. The blue has a deep and modern gloss that instantly makes an impression. So the sunlight loves to let thi...
Shining V8 power, growling side pipes, and an overall very slick look highlight this 1923 Ford T-Bucket. So the affordable price is just the cherry on top. While people enjoy looking at the motor that's on display (more on that in a moment) a proper T-Bucket like this also has plenty of extra flair all around. The Burnt Orange paint on the fiberglass body has a bold tone for a street machine. I...
This 1963 Dodge Polara has been built into one of the most authentic 426 Max Wedge tributes around. It takes an awesomely long list of NOS components and loads it onto such a vintage package that even the AM radio is still cranking out tunes. And of course, what you really love is a thundering dual-quad 426 powerhouse showcased under the hood. So you have all the right pieces to both steal the ...
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