1961 Chevy Impala “Bubbletop” Coupe

What do you do when you really love the performance of a Corvette, but you also love to have your grandkids join you in cruising? Loving the lines of classic cars, but being unable to afford a classic Corvette is no help either. This was the inspiration for CORPALA – one man’s dream of combining the performance and economy of a modern Fuel Injected Corvette with the fluid lines and capacity to carry loved ones and their luggage on long car cruises of a 1961 Chevrolet Impala 2 door “Bubbletop” coupe. The Impala retains the exterior class and lines of its original form, but under the hood, within the suspension and inside the interior the high performance, convenience and creature comforts of a 1985 Chevrolet Corvette are alive and THUNDERING!


1939 "Master Deluxe" More Door Chevrolet

Finally finished with a 310 Chevy Engine, 700-R4, 3:36 Rear, Cruise Control, PS, PB and A/C, Satellite Sirius Radio, Oh what a Cruiser!


For More Images: My '32 Ford Victoria

ZZ-1 350 Chevy, 350 turbo, power everything, one sweet ride.  Winter plans are to have "real fire" painted on hood, side panels, into doors and probably on fenders in shades of gold, greens, etc.  Whole undercarriage is chromed and/or stainless.  Originally built as a show car about 10 years ago – still with same paint. Also the cars that I have owned that led me up to the "Vickie".


For More Images: 32 Ford and 65 Biscayne

These are a few pictures of my cars. The 32 started as an unfinished project I found at the Pomona Swap Meet. It took 3 yrs and a lot of money, but my first show, I took "Best in Show". My 65 Biscayne was found in San Diego. It had a 283 and 3speed. I was gonna "Air Bag" it and just cruise it, but I saw a 65 Biscayne with the Drag Pack option. 396 and 4 speed. I decided to build my own, my way. It's got a 454 with Merlin Heads, big cam and dual quads. Trans is a Richmond 6 speed. My other car is a Rat Rod, Channeled 31 Model A with a 283, 4 speed, juice brakes and original Patina. Gonna take pictures when I'm done.


For More Images: my unique 47's

Thought you might like my unique 47's


F100 Cobra

Our vision was to build the truck Carroll Shelby would have built, but didn’t.  We tried to think along the lines of the famous car builder in building this truck with a very traditional look and tons of performance.  We kept the all steel “55’s body very traditional while arming her with a 510 RWHP 2003 Twin Cam, 4 Valve Cobra engine, 6-speed transmission, and even the independent rear suspension from a ’03 Cobra. Not just raw horsepower to go in a straight line but handling like the sports car it’s named after.


More Images '29 A Model Tourer

Hi from Queensland Australia, here some snaps of our '29 A Model Tourer. Built in 1995, and still going strong. A 351ci Windsor coupled to a C4 auto and radically shortened 9” diff, Romac floating hubs. Rear suspension is four bar with coilover shockers on the rear and 5" drop axle / transverse leaf spring and four bars in the front. A feature of the car besides the "deep purple" paint and wool upholstery are the rear tyres "Hoosier" 29 x 15.5 x 15". That's a lot of rubber on a regularly driven street rod. We are also regular competitors at the nostalgia drag racing series. The car comfortably runs in the low 14's. Cheer for now, Ray Gomm & Family


1955 Chevy Bel Air 2 Door Sedan

This is my 55 Chevy Bel Air 2 Door Sedan. Powered by 406, 700R4, disc brakes, AC, killer custom stereo, Flaming River tilt, 18” at front and 20's at rear. Beautiful paint combo! Thanks Hector Marquez, Modesto, Ca.


For More Images: 1950 Chevy Fleetline
1950 Olds 88

The Fleetline 350 motor 350 trans. Has power steering, brakes, windows. Air. Camaro front clip. 1950 Olds 88. I am the second owner on the Olds. I've owned this car for forty years. I bought it from an Oldsmobile dealer in 1967 who took it in on trade. Car has 33,000 original miles. The paint, chrome and interior is completely original. I even have the all the original wide white tires along with skirts and full hubcaps. Also have all the original papers, owners manual etc.


For More Images: Homebuilt cars

I just finished this rare ’33 Chevy 5 window in time to drive to Scottsdale Goodguys show.  It is 100% steel, 385 FastBurn with chromed TPI, 700 R4, original frame with TCI independent front and Currie rear.  Leather and Tangelo paint.  Like most rodders, I have a 32 Ford (see more images) so I went for something that is just never seen.  3 years and all work done at home, it rides like a dream.  (Note that I built the 32 Ford cabriolet from a 3 window coupe body). Jerry Haley, El Paso, TX


1933 and 1937 Ford

Harley Hot and orange.
'33 Ford Sedan Delivery. 21 year old Downs body, TCI chassis, Iroc power.
 '37 Ford "Wild Rod" convert. Chev 350 LT-1, Air Ride.
Cruised by Jim & Rosina Mothershead near Washington DC. We average 21 car events annually.


For More Images: 1933 Dodge DQ

Owned for 4 years by Dennis and Heather Kennedy, this Canadian Dodge has an all steel body with no major modifications. 350 engine with Edelbrock intake, carb and ceramic coated headers, otherwise stock. 350 Turbo trans 8" Maverick rear complete the drive line. Mustang II Front with power steering. A very comfortable driver and we travel to shows and cruise nights as time permits.


More Images: 29 Model "A" Coupe

Here are some pics of my 29 Model "A" Coupe, chopped 4", Brookville Roadster Stage III frame, 350 Chevy engine, 350 trans, Ford 9" rear, American Torque Thrust D wheels. Thank-you, Rick Long, Bakersfield Ca.


More Images: 55 Bel Air Pro-street Chevy

This is Steve Dickinson's 55 Bel Air Pro-street Chevy with a Destroked 400-SB. It has a full roller cam, Eagle crank, Corilla rods, plus a 100 horse Nitos bottle hidden in the trunk. Just to make it get going down the road, Steve has installed a set 456 gears. Thought I would let you know the Linden, Michigan boys have COOL CAR'S too!!! Oh ya, that little honey in the picture is Steve's girl, Jess


1932 Ford 5 window

A Real Henry Ford Steel Boyd 355 Stroker Owner Jack And Linda Sutton From PA.


1932 Chevy Steel Body Coupe

Mike and Maria Morones Has Owned This Coupe For 3 Years. Mike Has Done All The Work and Painting.



Here are few shots of my 1932 FORD - 5 Window Coupe "Original Body & Frame"



I thought I would share my 32 Roadster with you.  From the first moment I laid eyes on him, I knew he was the one. He was everything I ever wanted...


More Images: 1934 Ford Pickup

'34 sedan frame, boxed and braced. 400 c.i. small block with 350TH. 2-1/2" chop & 13" shortened box. the upholstery is buckskin with subaru seats. Gordon 


More Images: Hotrods from UK

Just sent you some pictures of my dads hotrods,over the last 35 years. He has been interested in rods since 1958. He makes most of his rod parts himself eg chassis, axels, headers,steering rods,bodies, windscreen frames, etc.    Many thanks Jasmin Capon  (age 13 yrs)


More Images: 1934 Plymouth

It has a 350 SBC with a Turbo tranny. Dual Quads on a RamJet. High Performance Cam and dual point distributor. The other car is  Danny Franco's Duece. We hang out at Teddy's in Santa Monica, CA. with The Old "Timers".  Oak O'Connor


More Images: 1932 Austin Bantam

I tried to keep the look of the 60's race cars. I built the car in my garage in 8 month's from the ground up with all photo's of the build. I stretched the body out 19 inches so there would be more room for cruising in. It has a Chevy 350 balanced and blue printed and put's out about 550 HP and is a 5.7 under drive. It has a 671 BDS blower and holly crabs. A 400 Trans locks up the ford 9 inch rear end with 3.25 posi Currie 31 spline axles and the rear end is Alum coated. Team 3 gasser and ET wheels from and rear. Paint is candy orange and apple green candy metallic. Wheelie bars are Chris Alan and custom made by me and friends. 


More Images: 1940 Pro Street Hot Rods Willys

A&C body and frame. The body, frame and motor are painted Viper Red, 354 - 60 over HEMI engine with a 671 Weiand and two 600 CFM Holley’s feeding the motor, 727 trans and a Franklin / Winters rear, Aldan rear coilovers, 4 link suspension. 15x4 fronts and 15x14 (18.50) rears, Mickey Thompson's, fender well headers, two electric fuel pumps, electric water pump and dual radiator fans, 2 pass PRC radiator, 3x5" Stewart Werner gauges, pistol grip auto shifter, black interior in Chrysler material, racing seats, E-Z wiring, almost complete, car sits just right... just needing a few finishing touches. Remember Real Willys Have Hemi’s In Them. Rogeryour Canadian connection


1941 Willys

It's an Outlaw body and frame. Weld wheels with Mickey Thompson’s on the rear. Chevy 350 with Edelbrock air gap, Barry Grant road demon, Headman headers. 350 TCI Street Fighter trans. Ford 9” with 3:89 gears. Air Ride shockwaves. Tweed interior, B&M shifter, Ididit polished column, Budnik steering wheel, AutoMeter gauges. This car is never trailered and is driven every where it goes…Sheldon Siegle


51 Ford Convertible Custom

350-350 V-8 crate, 9" rear, drop 2"-3" everything is setting on a stock frame has all the goodies custom wise. Built 5,000 miles ago and still going


'32 Standard Coupe

It runs a 327 Chevy with 350 trans. and ford 9" rear. The wheels are Magnesium Americans. The paint was done by "Shorty". It’s been on the road since '91 and has over 70,000 miles on it. Daniel


More Info: This is TWUCK A 53 Ford F100

It came to me after being used as a target for snow plowing practice.  The only parts salvageable were the cab and frame.  ......


1935 Chevy 3 Window Coupe

Here's a shot of my 35 Chevy 3 window coupe at a local show. It has a 350 with 4 speed and a 55 rearend. Plans are www's, 3 deuces, hood and side windows in the future if I can find them. Either way, it's alot of fun. Has been featured in WIZZZ Magazine last year. What an honor.  Don Myers


More Images: 1970 Chevy El Camino

These are pictures of my 1970 Chevy El Camino. Engine has a 6-71 blower with 300 hp NOS plates. Engine has GM performance aluminum rectangular port heads. Cam is Crane Hydraulic full roller, forged steel crank all the good stuff. Has a full race TCI Turbo 350 and Ford 9” rear. New flamed paint job and new interior with full AutoMeter gauges, Painless wiring. Never abused, just pampered. It's fast and very dependable as well.  Allan Wash 


More Info: Our Rides

What a year it has been, what an incredible collection to be blessed with....however reluctantly we are all just caretakers of this rolling art we call "our rides".


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