I live in Diamond Bar, CA and I own this 1932 Ford Roadster, original vin # and frame, Gibbons body. The car was on the 1996 Topless tour from Maryland to the LA Roadster Show in California and had a small mention on Rodders Magazine back then.... more
I have replaced my 1951 Chevrolet with a 1969 Plymouth Barracuda. This car comes out of California sporting a slick charcoal paint job and 18" Boss wheels. Engine is a mild 318 V-8 with automatic. Looking forward to attending NSRA and Goodguys events in 2014.
Ron Newman's 1967 Chevrolet C-10 short bed pickup. I did all the work in my home garage, including the wiring and paint work. I chopped the roof 3", built a tilt nose(electric), installed a Chisom front independent front suspension.... more
The car is a ’58 Chevy Bel Air. Jim had a ’58 Chevy Impala when we were married in 1962. In 2006, after being involved with various hot rods, we decided it would be great if we could find a ’58 Chevy. We mentioned it to a friend who had a car collection and he said he had this ’58 Bel Air hardtop.... more
Here are a few pics of my 1934 Ford coupe. I have owned it for the past five years, but didn't build it. The trailer wasn't with it, I added it a couple of years ago. The engine is a 305 Chevy with a mild cam, automatic transmission and Ford ten bolt rear end.... more
This cool blue 1967 C-10 Chevrolet Truck belongs to Donnie Archibald from Texas. He purchased the truck for himself as a retirement gift after dedicating 35 years to the Houston Fire Department. ... more
Here is my 1973 Nova Hatchback that I have owned for 11 years. Last year I had a major medical issues (perforated colon) that put me off of work for 2 months during the summer. As I was laying in bed adjusting to life with a colostomy bag, I was feeling sorry for myself.... more
I want to show you what I have been working on for the past 5 years. First my 1970 Nova (Cloned) SS and recently finished its older brother, a 1935 Chevy Std. Coupe. Both have a 350 bored out .030 thousands making it a great 355. Rebuilt both engines and drive trains. Both pushing out 375 horsepower.... more
This is Bronco Bob's 1940 Ford. It has a 350 Chevy motor and transmission, air conditioning, satellite radio and power everything.
It cruises at 75 mph all day! It also has wide white radials and fender skirts.... more
This is our rat trike. It features a 1963 194 chevy 6 cylinder with matching air cooled powerglide. The rear axle is from a mid 70's Jaguar. Everyone asks why we built it with a 6 cylinder and not a v8 but we wanted to be different. The front end is a single sider of my own design.... more
Mike Ivanitski just sent in photos of his 1933 Plymouth PD Coupe that he purchased from the grandson of the original owner! The coupe has 30,000 original miles and was purchased new in 1933 by a young lady named Pearl. ... more
Greetings from Melbourne in the state of Victoria in Australia. My name is Clive Windley and I'm 71 years old now. Thanks for the opportunity to post a picture on your great website of the hot rod I built from the "ground up" between 1962 and 1968. All my own work except for the electrics and the new roof.... more
This is my '52 MGTD Roadster replica named Winston. The all-fiberglass car is powered by a balanced and blue printed 1.7 liter air-cooled VW engine and 4 speed transaxle. The car was built in 1981 by the Allison Replicar Company in Port Orange, FL and I am the 3rd owner.... more
Hotrod Hotline reader Bill Butkus sent in some photos of his custom built, two-toned '34 Ford Cabriolet Convertible which sports a ZZ4 crate engine paired with a 700R transmission. The power is put to the pavement with a Ford 8.8 straight axle 373 geared positraction rear end.... more