More Info:  My Bow Tie Beauties

Here are our Three Bow Tie Beauties.  Check out our Impala, El Camino, and Truck


More Images: 1968 Chevy Camaro

This is my monster 68 Camaro---- so sick and so fun to drive…Alan Detwiler


1971 Chevy

 406 small block, 89 model sport side bed, painted frame, vintage air unit, gray interior, And lots of torque. This is a Oklahoma truck that I built myself over the last 5 years. She also has a fluid damper, 2200 stall converter, roller rockers, 490 lift cam, 10 to1 forged pistons, 64cc 202 heads.


1946 Chevy Pickup

Chevy pickup the way should have been.  Truck was built and painted at home in my garage. It has 12” added to cab, 3” chop top, S-10 clip, 500 inch Cadillac with 200R trans.    Bob Billings


For More Images: 1937 Ford Street Rod

I attended the 2005 NSRA Golden meet in Sacramento, CA. I won the Outstanding Ford in a Ford award. 1937 Ford coupe. 4.6L motor out of a 1996 Lincoln Mark VIII, DOHC, 32 valves, MPFI, AODE Ford trans, Mustang II front, 8” For rear, PW, PB, PS, AC, one piece windshield, bucket seats. All steel body. Paint "Red night mist effect, Chroma base. Lots of fun to drive and cruise with my friends. Brant Davidson, Browns Valley, CA.


For More Images: 1972 FJ40 Land Cruiser

I though some of you gear heads might get a kick out of this. We wanted to build something so very different, that when people first see it their jaw will drop and the words that come out of their mouths is "what the heck" every time. 1972 FJ40 Land Cruiser, built Chevy 350, 4 speed, Posi front & rear, suspension lowered 2", 4"chop top body shave minus door handles. Plus so many tricks and changes to list.


For More Images: ‘27 Ford Roadster

Its a . Candy apple red. Has a 383 blown and injected small block Chevy. 2 speed Powerglide trans with a trans brake and electric shift. 5500 stall converter. 9” Ford rear with 456 gears. 15x33 Mickey Thompson’s tires on back. The body is fiberglass rep. Its got a 32 Ford grill in it. And its all most finished.. All but interior.  Tinker Gladden & Sandy Baldwin


1933 Ford

454 Chevrolet Engine. 9" Ford rear end w/ 3.90 gears. GM700R4 Transmission w/ 2400 Stall Converter. Color: Harley Davidson Orange. Owner: Wayne Torrance


1970 Oldsmobile 442 Convertable

The purple 70 Oldsmobile 442 convertable is my older brothers, John Chavez’, car. It has a big block 455 with an 871 blower  sitting on top. It's fully tubed with a roll cage.  the color is Passion Purple with Silver Pearl flames. It's one hell of a ride!


1980 Chevy Pickup 1/2 Ton Step Side

The truck is one of my toy's. It's an 80 Chevy pickup 1/2 ton steep side. it's mini tubed with 4.10 gears, turbo 350 with a shift kit, 3000 stall converter. The motor is a 383 stroker. the color is Jet Black with chamilion flames. It's a fun toy! Pete Chavez


More Images: 1932, 1934 and 1939 Ford

Paul & Debbie Calderone from Toronto, Ont. Canada.  At present we own these 3 Street Rods.  1932 Ford 5W Coupe, 1934 Ford Roadster, 1939 Ford Coupe.  All small block chevy powered.  All STEEL.  I have been in the hobby since 1959.  Wish I could have kept every car I ever owned & more.  My wife enjoys the hobby as much as I, & wants me to buy more.  Looking forward to arrival of Spring to get ot to the cruises.


1978 Chevy

This was my first try at bodywork and paint it’s a 1978 Chevy shaved everything, gull wing side and back doors molded flares and 68 Camaro taillights


For More Images: 1950 and 1941 Chevy’s

Bruce and Marilyn Alexander of Renton, Wa 1950 Chevy and 1941 Chevy.  350/Turbo 400, Heidt’s II front end, Olds one piece windshield, 3" lowered, Lakers, rear fenders seams filled, Camaro / Chevelle / Nova steering wheel, 1955 Studebaker taillights. 1941 Chevy: 350/350, Mustang II front end, Air ride, chopped and dropped, sliced and diced, (3"chop), custom CNC water jet cut aluminum grille, Billet Specialties wheels and steering wheel. Dodge Stratus taillights, upside down. Professionally built By: Byers Custom and Restoration.


1971 VW

I was given a 71 VW chop top that was ready for the crusher so I really had nothing to lose so the plan was made to rod it so far I have sold off more parts than it has cost me as all work good or bad was done at home including the supercharging. The motto here is cut it weld it drive it


More Images: 1950 Mercury

My '50 Mercury falls into the survivor category. Originally built in '57 for the St Louis show it was completely redone in the early '90's. Frame has been C'd and springs de-arched. Gene Winfield spindles in front. 322 nailhead with Isky cam and 6 Stromberg 97's. Interior is 50's style roll and pleat. Packard side trim and a 4 1/2" chop. Car was in storage in Toledo Ohio for the last three years. I bought it last fall after parting with my '40 Ford and '56 Chevy.


For More Images:  1936 Desoto

How many street rodded 1936 Desoto's have you seen?  Well, if you are ever in Southeast Texas, you will see this and often.  Built 350 backed by a 700R4.  Unfortunately the running boards are glass, they couldn't be saved.  But the rest is all original steel.  And of course, it has all the creature comforts.  Happy Rodding, and great site! Alan & Margaret


For More Images: 1967 Camaro RS/SS

GM Crate 383/425, Richmond 6 speed, Currie stage 3 rear end, SSBC Brakes, Global West upper/lower control arm, QA1 adj. coilovers and topped off with a custom blend marina blue paint with cortez silver strips by Mike Face paint in San Berdo, Ca. It a great driver and turns many heads. Tim Myers Highland, Ca.


1957 Chevy 150 Sedan

I usually collect rods, however this car was hard to resist. I guess you could call it a resto-mod. Fully restored with radio and heater delete, the cobblestone interior and about everything else done up stock, if you look closely you will see that the rear fender openings have been opened 2” in the front and the rear, the wheel wells have been made 4” wider but left with the stock look. 502/502 Chevy Rat with a Tremec 5-speed. Tuned suspension with a Currie 9” rear, 4-link, coilovers all around, rack and pinion, and Wilwood disc all around. It's truly a sit down, shut up and hold on car. Hope you like it. Regards,  Brooks Phillips 


For More Info: 1937 Ford Club Cabriolet

Denny & Ruth Gaugler, Current Owners. Gibbon Club Cabriolet, Chopped Custom top Extended Over Windshield Header, Side Window Openings Arched, Rear Of Roof Rolled Forward, Rear Fenders Widened


For More Images: 1957 Ford Custom 300

I am attaching several photos of our new -- old -- car.  It is a 1957 Ford Custom 300.  The gentleman in the middle with us is the painter.  We love the new paint joy and enjoyed taking it to Daytona for the Turkey Run in November.


For More Images: 1949 Chevy

Here is a few pictures of my finished 49 Chevy, I drove it to Daytona for the Turkey Run, car ran great, I put about 1800 miles on it with no problems on this trip. Thanks, Al Cooper; Danville Ky.  


For More Images: 1940 Fords and one 1936 Slantback

Hi rodders, As You Can See I Love 40 Fords. I Now Have 2 Coupes And 3 Trucks. But Some how Last Week I Let This 36 Slantback In. Great Site Frank Williams.


For More Images: 1947 Ford

This is My 1947 Ford I show at shows. It has 350 Chevy engine in it. It has frenched headlights and taillights in it. It also has leather interior.  Brice Overman


For More Images: 1936 four-door sedan

Hi Everyone, thought I should add some more content from down under Australia and show you that a family man can still enjoy this hobby with a sedan. 1936 four-door sedan Ex- New Zealand car rodded in the 80's to which I changed all running gear, wheels and dumped it whilst building the next project. 1936 ford pickup, with 1936 Ford Roadster, in the waiting room.  Fitted with an LJ Holden Torana front end, with rack and pinion steering (similar to mustang 2 front end) 9" diff, 350 Chevy ZZ3 motor, with 350 auto. Original ford wires made to 15x6 and 15x8 with Coker Whitewalls. Regards Dave.


'48 Chevy Fleetmaster 4 Door

Here is a picture of my '48 Chevy Fleetmaster 4 Door. The car was originally built by Jim Britton of Pittsburgh, PA. I bought it in September, flew down to Pittsburgh and drove it home. It has the usual 350/350 combo and features a very high quality build by Mr. Britton. I added the B.F. Goodrich wide whites and '52 Chevy hub caps. Merle Balke


1940 Chevy 2-Door Sedan

350 Vette engine, Mustang Front end, 350 Trans, Custom Interior, Idaho car!


For More Images: 1955 Chevrolet 150 Sedan

This my 1955 Chevrolet 150 Sedan that I have owned since 1968. It now has a Blown 355, turbo 400 trans, 12 bolt rear w/4.10 gear. We love going to shows and cruising, its a blast to drive. Bill and Melissa Buchanan

Finished 32 3 Window 002

Nu-Ol Skool 32 Highboy

Ls Powered It's a real hand full, but a blast to drive. Watch for it at Barrett-Jackson in Jan 2007


For More Images: 1939 Plymouth PT81 Pickup

Here are pics of our 1939 Plymouth PT81 Pickup That Kris and I, just picked up. Should have it running shortly. Plus pics of out 51 Ford, 62 Ford, 72 Ford, and hopefully the 57 Chevy, still arm wrestling for it. Liked the article about backyard finds. I have been driving home different routes and have located about 25 cool cars in Ada and Canyon County.


For More Images: 1931 Ford Model A Pick-Up

This is a sweet 1931 Ford Model A Pick-Up I bought a month ago to resell, But have since fallen in love with her. And can’t seem to part with her. She has had a complete frame off Resto, and complete motor rebuild. As you can see from the pics this is a very clean ride. The bottom of this pick-up is as clean as the top.


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