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Victoria Owned by Sean
Melbourne, Australia

The Victoria has a stock 292 Y block. I think I will be removing and replacing it with a 351 Cleveland. Interior is early T-bird and is pink an black tuck n roll with silver piping. Since I am a '60's rodder, the Victoria has five spokes and is on a bit of a rodders rake.

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1971 Chevelle Malibu
Owned by Robert Lesh

This Malibu was restored 6 years ago. 406 engine, auto transmission, 12 bolt posi rear, 331 gear, Flowmaster exhaust, Outlaw 2 wheels. Paint is medium garnet red, bucket seats and his & her shifter. This Chevelle has won numerous trophies

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1933 3-Window Highboy ~ Proudly Owned by John Vernon

This year I have officially joined the ranks as a "rodder".. building a 1933 3-Window Highboy. Here is a rough photo and even though you can't see me, I can tell you I have a grin from ear to ear!!!!!

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1963 Dodge D-100
Terry & Maria Krueger

'63 Dodge D-100 PU with a 225 slant 6, Clifford aluminum intake, 500cfm Edelbrock carb. This truck has been lowered 6". Tailgate and emblems have been shaved. Items such as the inside of the hood, grill, door panels and dash have all been powder coated. And as we can tell from the pic it sure does LOVE to burn those tires!!!!

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1964 Mercury Marauder
Owned by Gerald Anderson

This beautiful classic is a '64 Marauder, silver anniversary edition. Includes Continental kit, lakepipes & boasts a 390 cu in.

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More Images: 1950 Ford Custom Coupe
Tom Swartz

This gorgeous Ford Coupe is running on a rebuilt flathead V8 w/twice pipes and Smitty mufflers. Nothing sounds better than a flattie!!! We average about 1,500 miles a year here in the Pro Football Hall of Fame city, Canton, OH. This car is a mild custom and a GREAT driver. I have lowered it about 3" all the way around.

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Limo Trike
Chris & Rhonda McCredie

I built the Limo Trike in my garage, it was 5 years in the making. The body was hand shaped from a block of foam and is one piece fiberglass. The power plant is a fuel injected GM (chipped and extracted). The "Limo Trike" is the World's Longest Three Wheeled Limousine. Features a leather lounge to seat six passengers in total comfort and comes with DVD, TV, surround sound stereo, mood lighting, PW, jarrah bar, AC, champagne cooler and long flute crystal glasses.

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1932 Roadster

Ray Schuler owns this awesome '32. The Wescott body took 5 years to build, being finished in 1997. Builder was Jim Wise Rods of Goshen, IN. Full race, built '49 Merc Flattie V8 with Flat-o-matic C-4 Auto trans. Car is the winner of several awards including Boyd’s Pro Pick at Good Guys in Indy, NSRA Nats in Oklahoma City. Top 25 at Shades of the Past in Pigeon Forge and Grand National Roadster Show in Oakland.

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More Images: 1972 Volkswagen
Terry Bragg ~ Charleston, WV

Dodge 440 Motor. (2) 450 Holley carbs, tunnel ram. 727 Torque flite trans, 6 core radiator. Mustang II rack & pinion. Disc brakes, coilover shocks suspension. Ford 9" narrowed rear, 456 gears. 8 point roll cage. Seat belts, JS 5-point RCI racing seats. Tilt / Tele steering wheel. 1940 Ford front, frenched taillights, Super trap mufflers, B&M competition shifter, Weld wheels, Pro Wing, Received the Nascar - World of Wheels trophy at show in Charleston.

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More Images: 1923 Ford T Bucket
Owner Rich Kelley

Engine: Chevy 350 345h.p. Trans: Chevy Turbo 350 Rear End: Ford 8" Body: Total Performance Car Weight: Approx. 1550 lbs. This car was completed in 1999. It's light, it's fast and a serious rush to drive. Rich Kelley Everett, Washington.

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More Images: Roy Newton's Project Car

I started building this Plymouth on November 16, 1996. I put Cherry Darlinga Chevy 350 and 700 R4 Tranny in it. With a Olds rear end w/227 gears. This car was driven to work and being worked on for the 3 years it took me to complete.

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More Images: 1927 Ford Roadster
Owned by Carlos Tejera ~ Lakeland, FL

My latest car built from scratch. 305 with 350 tranny. Digital gauges, Tweed interior, tilt/tele column. Handmade taillights and other Billet accessories. Horizontal front shock suspension, 15x6 fronts and 17x11 rear billet Specialties w/BFG rubber and 32 dash recessed. A 7 month low budget project. Frame, suspension, paint & interior all done in my garage. Fun to drive too!!! If any of you fellow rodders have questions on building a '27 like this one, feel free to contact me at Tejera@tampabay.rr.com.

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1932 Ford Street Rod
Capt Al Maloney

I named this beauty Emma, after my grand daughter. It was built in 1998. It's on the move in southern Florida. Stop and say hello, you might even get a coke.

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A Cool '40 Pro Street Chevy
Owners Steve & Floria Horowitz

This beauty houses a 502 BBC, 750 Holley Carb with a 400 Tranny w/B&M shifter. A narrowed 9" Posi rear and FatMans Mustang II front. Burgundy w/Ghost Flames. Vintage air/heat, Kenwood AM/FM/CD w/Super Eclipse speaker setup. ConvoCherry Darling Pro Custom wheels all around. 3" exhaust, Ron Francis wiring, Wings gauges, 16 gallon Jaz fuel cell. PW, V-Butt windshield, power wipers, ECI 4 wheels disk w/booster. Brassworks 4 core w/custom electric fan with Iglesi chrome hoses. Shaved handles, Borgeson steering, Bitchen BB smooth firewall, sound proofed, all Billet goodies inside and under the hood.

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Nick's New '32

I bought this deuce coupe from a gentleman in Alexandria, VA (Thanks Ed!! It's everything you said and more.) It's got a '57 283 and a TH-350 tranny. A dropped I beam front axle, 9" Ford rear with coilover shocks. Interior is red tweed, Dolphin gauges, PW and banjo wheel on a tilt column. Over the winter I am going to have a 3 deuce manifold, a set of headers, some Smithy glass packs and get some flames painted on it. 50'S Hot Rods Are Cool!!

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1959 Ford 2-Door Club Sedan
Owner Richard Rector

The second owner. Never been touched 292 ci with a Ford-O-Matic trans. No power steering or power brakes. I am going for a true 50's custom. I’ve changed the interior, installed all teardrop dash knobs, door locks, valve stems and lighted license plate bolts. Future plans include new paint (same color) cruiser skirts, spot lights, triple outlet lake pipes.

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More Images: My Deuce Coupe ~ Bob Blain

I started the coupe and a month later the job was halted by open heart surgery, it turned out to be the best therapy I could have gotten. Built on a set of American stamping cos rails, Pete & Jakes X-member and 4 bar suspension. I added a brand new, just outta the crate, 350/350 turbo trans set-up by my friend Malcolm Canon. We put on Headman headers & aluminized exhaust with dual stage Flowmaster’s. Then weeks of massaging an outlaw 3 window body, upholstery and other fine accoutrements right down to the Coker wheels big & little WWW. Thanks & God Bless.

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Rod & Diane Reprogle's
1934 Ford 3-Window Coupe

This car is powered by a 350. The color is Lokar rose with Ivory leather interior and the wheels are Budnik. This has been a long dream, but we finally got the '34 built the way we wanted it. The builder is Steve Lawing of Specialty Autoworks, Inc., of Knoxville, TN. All we plan on doing is cruising and going to car shows. The car is called "The Wild Rose".

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More Images: Larry & Carolyn Perreira's
1972 Bronco

I did most of the work myself and used it for drag racing. I'm going to make it street legal now. It has a 350 Chevy 30 over, 11:1 forged pistons, Camel back heads with 194 intake & 160 exhaust SS valves, roller rockers, Victor Jr. intake, 750 double pumper, MSD 6al, and many more, turbo 350 trans, 3500 stall, Ford 9" with 4.56 gears and a mini spool. It has a tilt front clip, and I chopped the top 4". The best run time was 11.85. I'm going to finish the body work and paint it.

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1936 Ford Coupe

Bruce Hoffman just wanted to share his '36 Ford Coupe with you. They are going to try to take it to Syracuse but if not they will take their old reliable '37.

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More Images: GREAT RIDE

Our '48 Chevrolet Suburban has been chopped 4 inches and is sitting on a '96 S-10 Chassis. It features a 350 Chevy with a Street Performance injection, 700R transmission and lots of chrome. It was built by Mike Walker at Street Rods Only.

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This is ~4698~ The Year of the Dragon
I am Abyzel

Here is a picture of my 1949 Chevy 2 door Coupe, painted 1999 Ford Toreador red, tunneled headlights, 1959 Caddy tail lights, 327 cubic inch, 325 horse power Chevy small block, 350 auto, 8 inch Ford and Cragar s/s mags and a whole lot more. Al Roy ~ West Springfield, MA.

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1936 Ford Coupe

Ray Schuler, Elkhart Indiana Has Owned This '36 Ford Rod For Over 22 Years. Full Race 48 Merc Flattie V-8, Juice Brakes, 4:11 Rear End. He Got It From John Stimac From WI Who Rodded It. Funny Story: John Found It In 1973 When He Pulled Up Beside It At A Stop Light And Told The Young Owner He Wanted To Buy It. It's Not For Sale, He Said. I'll Give You $600 For It, John Says. Owner Says, Pull Over!

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More Images: HELP, Looking for this car

I’m searching for a roadster that my father put together in the late 60's early 70's. Here's what I know. Chuck Rowland from Great Falls sold the Roadster to someone who took it to Boise ID in the mid 80’s. It had a 327 engine, turbo 400, Chevelle 12 bolt, Chevy rear, Black Widow decal on the cowl (called Black Widow at the time), Tunnel Ram with two 4 barrel carbs, spoke wheels all around. If anyone can help I'd sure appreciate it, Sue.  Email: sweber@sofast.net

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More Images: Ray Dufford's
1947 HEMI Plymouth

My 1947 Plymouth was completed in Sept 2000. It is chopped 3 1/2", suicide doors, hand formed front and rear roll pans, frenched head lights, all trim removed, and many other body mods. 671 blown 392 Hemi motor, TH400 trans, Gearvendor Overdrive, Currie 9" 4.11 rear-end, Air Ride Suspension, (car is sitting at ride height in picture). Halibrand wheels 15x15 rear 15x6 front. M/T 31x18 1/2x15 tires. This car is driven to all events.

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More Images: W. Peck's 1933 Ford Pickup

All Steel, IRS ('64 Vette), 4 Speed, 6:71 Blown 327. All Work Except Paint Done At Home. On The Road 12 Years. Bill Peck ~ Wexford, PA

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Sarge Larsen's '37 Ford Cabriolet & '37 Mullin's (original) Trailer

I acquired this Street Rod in August of 2000. I installed new floor carpeting and redid the trunk. In Oct the car was repainted with 4 coats of yellow and a final coat of white pearl. Graphics & pinstriping was done with '37 Ford on the back of trunk. The trailer is an all original 1937 Mullin's, painted to match Ford. I installed new wheels to match the Ford. Keeping the Mullin’s wheels and hub caps wrapped in plastic. I added '37 Ford taillights to the Mullin's. I’m a member of the Prison City Rambler's in Auburn NY, and the Central NY Flatheads of Syracuse.

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Clyde Costlow Sundrop
(Portage Area Cruiser)

This is my 1930 Ford Tudor. It is a basic Street Rod but with all Ford parts. It's a 302 built up with a C-4 Trans.

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More Images: Ples Robertson's
1938 Ford Deluxe Coupe

350 Chevy with Weiand Blower, 700 R4 Trans with B&M shifter, Ford 9" with 4:11 gears, Boxed Fatman Chassis with tubular A-Arms. Power doors, windows, trunk. Suicide doors, v-butt windshield, Bitchin dash, roll bar, all leather interior with rear seat and the list goes on & on.

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This Is The Custom Tom Miller Recently Finished

The 1980 Ford fiberglass replica of a 1955 Thunderbird. In 1954 Ford offered a concept Thunderbird (similar to what it recently did with the 2002 T-Bird). The '54 Concept car offered chrome side moldings which were later dropped when it went in to production and placed on the Fairlanes. I had them installed on my '55 replica and then painted it two tone Cadillac pearl white upper with Prowler red lower. The Hardtop is pearl white also.

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