More Images: '35 Ford 3-Window Coupe
Audrey Fitting ~ On Shoreline, CT

Here is a photo of me & my boyfriend, Ron Horrell, standing in front of my '35 Ford, he lives in Avon, CT and I live on the shoreline in CT (60 miles too far). And here's a few more pics of my '35 Ford 3-Window Coupe, with SB Chevy built.


More Images: '35 Ford Pick-Up
Ron Horrell ~ Avon, CT

Here's a few pics of my '35 Ford Pick-Up with flathead.


More Images: '33 Ford Hi-Boy 3-Window Coupe ~ Skip Perry; Milwaukee, WI

Ford Glass Body, PPG Super Sonice Blue Mica DBU 5453 W 2 stage, Blue Pearl & Clear Coat, Ghost flames on hood and side panels. Interior has Gray vinyl and cloth, bench seat by LDC. The body is chopped & channeled 3". The hood is Rootlieb. Fiberglass grille with SS teeth & belly pan. 9" Ford rear with polished Winters center section, 391 gears,  Aldan coilovers front & rear, 31 spline Moser Axles, chrome 4 bars, panhard bar painted, front suspension is Independent Kugel Phase 2 stainless with Wilwood disc brakes, rear steer. 350 Block engine, Cat 383 stroker crank, trans 700R4, 2800 stall converter and tranny cooler.


More Images: '36 Pontia
 Wayne & Sharon Bailey; Ramona, CA

We bought the car in '92 and brought it out of Mexico. The car was stock and incomplete but after a lot of help from family and friends it has finally come together. 355 cu.in. Chevy Engine, B&M blower, two 500 series carbs and a 700R4 trans. Mustang front and a 9" Ford rear with 4-link make up the suspension. The body was left stock but was channeled 3", headlights were dropped 3" also.


'41 Ford Convertible
Lynn Linderman

Here's a pic of Lynn Linderman's Street Rod '41 Ford Convertible, ALL FORD. On a T-Shirt for Rodder of the Year. Cooool!!!


More Images: '51 Chevrolet Business Coupe
Pam Shearer ~ Yellow Springs, OH

I’ve owned this Coupe for 28 years and loved every minute. My husband gave me the car as a gift on my 28th birthday. We rebuilt the Coupe in 2002 and have put more than 4k miles on the engine in the last 2 years. Powered by a 250 cu. in. Chevy 6 cylinder with a power trans, the rear is a 12 bolt from a '67 Nova. We go to several cruise-ins a month and really like the GoodGuy’s events. Mostly we go to local shows where we have made a lot of friends & look forward to making many more.


More Images: '36 Dodge All Steel 5-Window Coupe ~ "Big Al" Liebmann; New Jersey

This great new car of Al's has all the right stuff. 2003 Rod & Custom "Asphalt Ego-Rama" Top 20 Pick. Custom Coupe powered by an Awesome Big Block Chevy & Turbo 350 Trans Disc Front & Rear, Suicide Doors, Harris Engine Porsche Headlights, Custom Grill, Coolflex Hoses, SPW Power Windows, Tea's Seat and Rod Door Panels / Grey Tweed, Hedman Chrome Headers, Stainless Steel Exhaust, Lokar Shifter, Cables & Pedals and Ron Francis wiring. Look At The Great Stance On This Car!!!!


More Images: '50 Nash
Steve Brooks ~ Liberal, KS

My Nash has a 350 Chevy boat motor in it for lots of power a 700R trans for the road. It's PPG pale orange and has been to at least 50 car shows and always draws a crowd. Over 38,000 miles so far and many more to come. Been to shows in Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Colorado and more to come. Definitely one of a kind. Some people think that's good. You can see from the baby pic it has grown!


More Images: '47 Chevy 2-Door Sedan
Don Goben ~ LaGrange, KY

My car has been chopped and channeled on a '76 Olds Cutlass frame and running gear. Has an Olds 350/350, tilt wheel, and aluminum wheels. It's still in the building stage, even though I haven't owned it long. I have been trading up and sometimes down until I got this far. The picture of the little car, I made out of a hot wheels Fleetline model. I'm a member of NSRA Louisville, KY.


'37 Studebaker J5 Coupe Express Pickup
Jeff Rice ~ Ocala, FL

Here's my truck. It really doesn't have a name (yet). I sometimes call it my "Yellow POS". My wife calls it her "Mistress". Some of my friends call it "The Bug Truck". Anyways it's a 1937 Studebaker J5 Coupe Express Pickup truck. This was the first year Studebaker manufactured a light duty pickup. They basically took a Dictator model passenger car frame, running gear, nose and cowl and added a cab back and pickup box. Studebaker was a forward thinking company, design wise. This truck was one of about 3,000 pickups built by Studebaker in 1937 in South Bend, IN and spent it's working life up in Maine. To much done to list all here.


More Images: '34 Ford
Fred D. Kahl ~ Westminster, Colorado

1934 Ford 2-Door Sedan with Big Block Chevy, Corvette rear-end, 3-speed turbo, hydro trany. Powder coated all metal original body. Upholstery, dash instruments, interior finish in 2004. NSRA member Westminster, Colorado.


More Images: Mustang ~ Larry Niemotka

Car cost over 50k to build, including my 6k mistake with the first engine, wife will never let me forget that! Well on to some facts: 351C Engine, 4bbl Edelbrock intake/carb, 450-470HP (etc), 4-speed side loader rebuilt transmission, Hurst shifter, balanced flywheel (etc), front-end suspension new upper/lower control arms, tie rods, idler arm, pitman arm, PST bushings installed on strut rod (etc), rear-end suspension Special rear springs w/extra 1/2 leaf 200lbs rate. Way To Much To list here.


'35 Plymouth Commercial Sedan
Dan Reel

This is my very rare '35 Plymouth Commercial Sedan. I've sub-framed it with '76 Caddy Seville, '76 Camaro rear-end, cleaned frame & floor, replaced rust out. The unusual thing about this ride is the back side windows roll up & down and a back seat. It's a delivery! They manufactured 1142. I've put in a metal roof, and new running boards. It's been fun.


'27 "T" ~ Stanley Piziak ~ Norristown, PA

Here's a pic of my '27 "T" 350/350 chopped top, engine all chrome, Walker radiator & fan Schroud, tilt wheel, A/C, P/W, & door locks, Vintage air, VDO gauges, and S/S exhaust. I drive it a lot!


More Images: '32 Ford
Nathan Buck ~ Skillman, NJ

When I bought my project it had been apart for 30 years. It fit on the trailer, but not in the traditional way. The whole car is on there, from seats, motor, frame, to body, doors, fenders, to gauges, brakes, suspension. I've been working on it for 4-1/2 years so far and will be driving it for the first time next spring!


More Images: '63 Nova
Dwight Wilson

Here's my cruiser! I'm a bonafide Nova nut and this is my 15th Nova and 2nd '63. It's powered by a .060 over 350 4 bolt main with 400 heads, 700R4 with a shift kit, B&M Mega Shifter and a stock rear. It also has a BeCool radiator, trunk mounted battery and fuel filler neck, and a new stock interior. Future planned upgrades are 4-WDB, 9" Ford rear w/3:55 gears and Dakota Digital Dash.


More Images: '55 Chevy Nomad
Arnie Krause

Driven on 2002 Hot Rod Power Tour, Super Chevy Top Ten Editors Pick Ind, 2003. Engine: 383 c.i. Stroker Motor, 385 HP, Sanderson Headers, Jim Meyer Racing IFS Kit, Air Tique HDAV, 700R4 w/Lokar shifter, Griffin Radiator, custom fender panels, Buckets, console, Dupont Imron, custom interior.


More Images: '62 Chevy Impala
Jim & Judy Covert ~ Webb City, MO

It's a ground up rebuild. Engine is a 355 with Crane cam and roller tip rockers. TH350 Trans Manual shift and 2300 stall converter. Interior is gray on gray leather look vinyl. Instrument panel is a Dakota Digital unit. The car still has the original rear which only needed seals and axle bearings. The car has received CarCraft Editors Top Ten pic, Custom Rodder Top Ten pic and several Best of Show, including Jonesboro, Ark. At present it has just over 30,000 miles on it since 1996.


'38 Lafayette Street Rod
Dave Shank, Sr. ~ Noblesville, IN

I have driven it all over the USA and never seen another '38 2-Door Sedan, seen a few 4-doors or coupes. Most people guess it to be GM or MOPAR but still admire its lines. Drive train is 350/350 and is a heavy, long wheel base car which gives it a good rider. I like taking it to weekend shows, so you may see it in your area this summer.


('32 ?) Cadillac V-16
~ Stockholm, Sweden

Totally renovated to original state at moment of purchase. It took 2 men 4 years full time job. They needed to come to the US to look for missing parts. Everything renovated, inside out. Not many of these machines still alive! Result is as you can see something to look at! This car is used now and then in the inner back road part of Sweden during nice summer days.


More Images: '38 Ford Tudor
C-A "Heavy" Stromer ~ Sweden

Hand-made, built, and constructed by me, designed by Allan Bergman. Chassis - Rear / ratio - modified Jaguar :3,31-1; frame / manufacturer - '38 Ford modified Wheelbase, '38 Ford Std Rear Suspension, hydraulics, plumbing, rear brakes Jaguar discs front suspension. Engine, '76 Chevy Std. Displacement 350 ci, headers, mufflers, Ferrita, make Chevy 700R4 converter, GM Std Shifter "Heavy" homemade. Stainless; hydraulics, and block hugger by owner.


More Images: '29 Model A Tudor
Kendall Long ~ Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota

Here's a pic of my '29 Tudor. The mill is a 472 Caddy. Built with junkyard, swap meet parts right in my garage by myself the way it should be. It was also painted by a PRO (professional rattlecan outfit). Yeah, that was me too! Remember real rods never shine. I've got less in the whole car than many have in interior and mine is almost done. Since this pic, it has gotten a haircut in the name of 5". Hope I haven't offended anyone but that's just what I think a hotrod should be!


More Images: '49 Chevy
Gary Moore ~ Tinley Park, IL

Here's some pics of my 1949 Chevy. I've had it since 1994. It has a 350 cu. in. TPI built up engine, 700R4 trans. It's loaded with extras!


More Images: Bruce Hertel's
Hot Rod Adventures

Thomas McGinnity of WSRA sent us these wonderful pics of Bruce Hertel's hot rods. See news history on Westchester Street Rod Association member Bruce Hertel's. Bruce's Chrysler LeBaron, Bonneville Salts Flats racer, is now in the new Chrysler Museum. He made several 200-205 runs, leading up to the records set in 1992-1994. ("G" Production Supercharged (G/PS) at 196.8mph). See pix of his 1932 Ford Competition Coupe, out of White Plains, NY in 1961. We have a magazine (somewhere) with the Blue Coupe, featured on the cover. The Blown Hemi '33 Ford Roadster runs all over the country, topless.


More Images: '31 Ford Tudor
Barbara Lundquist ~ Streamwood, IL

Here's some pictures of my '31 Ford Tudor. This car won the PPG Award for Outstanding Use of Color at the Louisville Nationals. In local competition it has won 14 Best of Shows and numerous First places. At the 2003 Chicago World of Wheels it was the Street Rod Champion. It was just featured in the November issue of the Northern Rodder in Ladies Lane. We spent just over a year completing this car and we are having a ball driving it to cruise nights and show.


More Images: '47 Buick Roadmaster Sedanette ~ Bob Vergin

My Buick has been an on going project for the last 6 years. It has a narrowed Trans AM front clip and an '87 Vette rear with a 325 HP/350 for power. It was lowered 4" and still could use interior and paint which will be done next year. It's a great cruiser and has gone on a 2,000 mile trouble free cruise. My '41 Chevy is a work in progress. It has a high HP 350 with Mustang II suspension and a GM rear. Hopefully it will be on the road next summer.


Chryford ~ Jim Cunningham
Blountville, TN

Here's a pic of my Chryford. It is a '88 LeBaron with a steel '50 Ford front, '57 Corvette grille, and a '49 Plymouth front bumper!


'30 Ford Tudor Highboy
Clarence Latshaw ~ Summerville, SC

Here's a pic of my '30 Ford Tudor Highboy. the picture also includes our Summerville, SC., Sheriff. He belongs to Old Gun Club that reenacts the old west/south? They were shooting blanks at each other in shootouts throughout the park. So I had them pose at my '30 Ford Tudor Highboy.


More Images: '60 Chevy Pickup & '47 Ford Convertible ~ Art Kozlinka; Des Plaines, IL

Here's some pictures of my '60 Chevy Pickup Truck and my '47 Ford Convertible. Both are painted the same ('92 Ford Festiva Aqua).


'41 Studebaker
Benton & Linda Gill ~ Goodman, MO

Here's a snap of our 1941 Studebaker, Skyway, Landcruiser, 4-Door President. All work by owner's Benton & Linda Gill of Goodman, MO. They have a Very Nice Car!!


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