More Images: 1948 Mercury Mild Custom

I was at the Mountain Top Street Rodders Car Show yesterday with my 48 Merc Mild Custom and my 40 Chevy 4 Door Sedan. Bob Dzemske


More Images:  1966 Chevy Chevelle

Here are a couple of pictures to use on your website if you care to do so we were blessed with first place in modified this year 2007. Joe and Kim Fuda


More Images:  Chevy

Terry Reid’s Bel Air


More Info:  1970 AMX

As far as the car goes, I have owned it for about 7 years..... We got it from the 2nd owner who planned to restore it, but never did.... We had the car flat bedded, and tore it down all the way...


More Info:  1962 Chevy Impala

UPDATED:  Here are some pics of my Impala thename of car is "In Debt With No Regret"


1966 Chevy Impala Convertible

This is a picture of my 66 Impala convertible. Car is totally restored with 61,650 original miles on it. It has a 327 putting out 340 hp freshly rebuilt, new top summer of 06. I found the car on the internet in August of 2000 in Salt Lake City and had it shipped up here to Seattle. The car has won numerous awards at the local car shows. Ross Flett, Seattle Wa.


More Info:  McGregor Collection

McGregor brother’s collection in Dickinson, Texas. Gary and Terry, (McGregor’s Classics)


More Images:  1940 Dodge

I bought this 40 Dodge back in Sept of 2006. I bought it from a guy in Dayton Ohio, I real good friend of mine had taken me to Ohio to pick it up. It’s all been redone. It’s running a 440 engine, 727 transmission, with 348 gears in a narrowed Dana rear end. I get a lot of looks with this cool car, I'm planning on keeping it for a long while.. Rick Sprague…Racine Wisconsin


More Images:  UnRat Hot Rod

Who says Cannucks (Canadians) don't build nice hot rods.  Here is my latest creation of a number of others through the years and thought you might like to see it or even show it in your website which I faithfully read when I receive it.  I call it my UnRat Hot Rod.  Thanks and Best Regards, Dave Cano, Thunder Bay, Ontario Canada


More Images:  1916 C-Cab

It is one of the rock trucks that helped build the Hoover dam, the cab was chopped 9” channeled 4” onto the frame, it has a SBC, the frame is an original 1929 model A that I boxed and Z’d the frame was stretched to accomodate a 136” wheelbase. The drop axle was fabricated to the front of the horns. I converted the steering to a right hand. I moved the console to overhead. the engine was installed 4” away from the firewall. It's driven daily  Robert F Roland


My Ford

6 years and a small budget. A 30 Ford coupe cab that was rolled over. 8" Ford rear, hairpin and coilover suspension all home built. Font is a 4-1/2 dropped axle, 2" dropped reverse eye spring, hairpins from a T bucket. Engine is a 92 - 302 converted to a 4 bbl Edelbrock carb. Trans is a Ford T5z 5 speed, aftermarket quick shifter. Body channeled 4-1/2". Steering with rack and pinion (Mopar tc3). Interior is home made bench, leather upholstery and the headliner, inner panels are Pleather. Lacquer flat black paint and flames. Built in the garage by my wife and me. 3 trophies 2 peoples choice and the local church Pastors choice. Thanx Paul. P.S. I'm 64 years old.... never quit rodding


Just finished yesterday (April 16)

Will take on maiden trip, next week to Bakersfield NSRA meet, round trip of about 1000 miles…. Don Schniedt


39 Plymouth Coupe P8

After a 3-year build from a pile of parts, this rod is ready to cruise! Starting with an all metal body and adding a 350/350 combo, along with a Mustang 11 power rack front end, Air Ride bag suspension, 10 bolt GM diff, Torque Thrush 11's with Firestone Firehawk 500 Indianapolis commemorative tires, power windows, doors, seats, steering, Southern Air, EZ Wiring, etc., all in GM red "blaze" paint. All the work including interior was done by owner, who is looking forward to a long cruisin' season.


More Images 1955 Chrysler Race Car

331 Hemi 700R4 2" roll cage set up to the Mexican road race rules… Ronald Davis


1960 Pontiac Catalina Full Custom

Dennis and Audrey Ingram


1932 Ford All Steel 3 Window

I’m old skool builder from Kalispell, Montana. So far I have 300 hours into it…. Mike Mcgough


1937 Ford 5 Window Coupe

All Steel, 327, 350 Transmission, 10 Bolt Chevy Rear, Mustang II Front End, Disc Brakes. Great Cruiser And Trophy Winner. Bob & Nancy Andros Kings Valley, Oregon


For More Info 1947 International
KB1 Harvester

I would like to show you pictures of the BEST Rodded truck in South Africa and the only one of it’s kind.


1959 El Camino

Have to add my ride. A 1959 El Camino, I enjoy driving it like I stole it ! Not too many left so everyone likes to see it around town. Basic stock 283 still under the hood but with a few goodies added we still smoke the tires a little. Upgrades planned for the brakes and interior. Thanks, Carl Nocera


More Images:  1940 Chevy

From a solid stock specimen to an "Old School" hotrod. The motor is a 1970 292 Inline 6 that has been bored to 300", and has been ported, polished, 3" Cast split manifolds, 270 Cam, Electronic ignition, 3-Holley/  Weber 2bbls on an Offy intake. A T-5 OD Tranny hooked to a 3:55 10-bolt rear. The body has received a "Bonneville Chop". 3" in the front and 4.5" in the rear. Bob Malin Waynesville, OH..


More Images:  1959 Caddy

I found this in Tupelo, Mississippi.  The city where Elvis was born.  Of course it looked nothing like it does now lol.  I love driving this car because it is always exciting.  People always honking there horn and waving and of course thumbs up always.  This beauty took me four years and over eighty thousand dollars !!!  I've got more trophies than I can put in my room !!!  You can't tell by the pictures but it is a House of Kolor Turquoise with Kamen Flake and it is awesome.  New interior that is just beautiful !!!  I love this car !!!!  John


1929 Ford

I would like to add my 29 to the Rodders Row... Dan Reel


1937 Ford Convertible

Down body, TCI chassis, built in my own garage with the help of some friends!!


More Images: Our Fords

The 38 Coupe is all stock except a drop I-beam, Nolathane front end, anti roll bars front and rear, the pickup is dead stock, the 48 sedan is 350 Chevy and auto and we have owned this since 1984. It is left hand drive, the only one in New Zealand. The 38 coupe is our favorite, the pic is me polishing it for our daughters wedding at Easter and will be used again this Easter for another daughters wedding. Cheers Nevile & Jo Parker, New Zealand.


More Info: 1955 Chevy Bel Air

Show quality restoration. Custom Interior Classic Yellow and White. Features a 502 Crate Motor, Two Chromed Holley Carbs, Polished Aluminum heads, Competition 294 degree Extreme Energy Camshaft, Roller Rockers, Jet Coated hooker Super Comp Headers, 10:1 Compression Ratio.


More Images: My Rides

Just thought I'd send you pictures of my rides. The 32 3 Window is a nostalegic ride. The 65 Chevy Biscayne is a "sleeper" with a 500hp 454, Richmond 6 spd, Hotckis suspension and a 12 bolt with 3:42 posi. The Biscayne just sold recently and now I need to find a replacement. The 31 Model A is what I drive the most and it's the most fun. You just put gas in and drive. Funny, I get the most comments or woman waiting to pose with my 31 then the other 2 rides. Curtis Uyeda


More Images:  1968 Chevelle Pro Street

Thought you might like to see how we build fully street drivable Pro Streets in North Carolina. It's a Crate 509 Gen V with 695hp (engine) with Big 2 plate (500+hp) Nitrous system. A low 9 sec. pump gas driver. Definitely an "E" ticket ride! Thank You for showing my baby on your AWESOME web site. John in North Carolina.


More Images:  1957 Chevy Pickup

This is our 57 Chevy pick up 350 / 350, 2 /10" assist fans, Gennie shifter, 12 bolt rear end w/ Posi, front end Fatman & TCI Mustang II, with power steering, American racing -torque thrust D wheels, 4- 11” disc brakes, old Air - air and heat, Kenwood stereo / CD with 4 pioneer speakers, Toyota tundra bench seat, Chevy red w/gold pearl oak bed and stainless rails.  Frank and Linda / La Mesa, CA


1935 Chevy

I walked into the Hershey PA. fall swap meet in 2001 and in the first 5 minutes there I found this guy selling the tri carb set up complete for $400 bucks for a SBC. Was too good to pass up. So now I needed another car to put it on. I have a 32 Chevy 5-W and a 38 Chevy. I'm digging this rat rod scene so I had planned to build a 34-35 Chevy but could never find one. Well the planets must have aligned because the very next day this is 35 Chevy was sitting as a basket case hull at the swap meet.  Need I say more? I built the car outside in a year cause I was out of garage space - thru hot summers and freezing winters I would be out there chopping and a welding. I did a lot of cool touches to the car. I built it for around 8 grand. Its just basic hotrod, I love it, I never have to clean it. And yes the bullet holes are real, no freakin stickers!


More Images:  John

Just an old Hotrod


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