More Info: 1949 Mercury

She's been 'nosed', 'decked', headlights 'frenched' hood & fender skirts louvered, pin stripped, dueled out with great sounding Flowmasters, all-electric windows, Cadillac power seats, Air Conditioning, new black-wall Radial Tires ....


More Images: 41 Willys

This is my 41 Willys, 572 BBC 662hp, 4 speed Lenco, 9” rear end, TCI IFS, Leather interior, 3,5” SS exhaust, I was runner-up in “Denmark most beautiful car” last weekend. Special thanks to: Tore Fogh, Christian Nybo … Thanks, Jens Nybo


1932 Ford 3 Window Coupe

Outlaw body on a pinched Outlaw frame, Heidts Open Wheel SupeRide front suspension, 9-inch Ford rear with a True Track third member and 3.89:1 gears. The engine is a small block Chevy 383 that produced 450 hp and 468 ft. lbs. of torque, AFR heads, Eagle rotating assembly, forged SRP pistons, CompCams 280 Magnum cam, and a 700R4 transmission.  Paint by Snyder Body Shop, Monmouth, Illinois, Interior by owner and Interiors by Ivan. Owner/builder: Lynn Johanson, Macomb, Illinois.


More Images: 1955 Bel Air Post

Nut and bolt resto, Roadster Shop Chassis, 468-CI CBB, 200/4R Tranny w/New Borlo Overdrive Kit, LED lighting, Interior by Steve Holcomb, Custom Built OEM hood w/'69 Camaro Cowl Induction Cut and Fabricated to fit perfectly on the OEM hood, Everything New, Chrome Triangulated 4 Link Bars, Chrome QA1 Coil Overs w/Chrome Springs, Whatever is not painted or chrome is billets. New Smoke Colored Glass all around. Rides and Drives like a dream ... Charlie Smith


More Images: My Truck

I purchased this truck in Redding California about a year ago.  The person I bought it from bought it off a car lot in Seattle.  I have no history on the car and would like to know more about it. If anyone has any information on this truck please email me at .. Robert Neihart


1937 Ford Club Cabriolet

I bought this car in 2009 via HotrodHotline. It's now in France with my other (Convertible PT Cruiser, 2002 & 1991 Jeep Cherokee). 1937 Ford club cabriolet, 350 ZZ4, TH700, 9" Currie, P&J frame and Gibbon body. It has the honor of French magazine Nitro. Really fun to drive! … Pierre-Jean Viode; Yssingeaux, France


More Images: ‘67 Pontiac Grand Prix Convertible

I bought this car in May 2008 after being in this storage shed for over 18 years in Fallon Nevada. 1967 Pontiac Grand Prix Convertible. One of three built for Hurst Shifters. Fully documented car and now restored and being show and on the road ... Thanks, Mike Pemberton


More Images: 1952 Ford Vicky

I recently completed restoring a '52 Vicky. With the help of friends, I converted it back to a rebuilt Flattie and Ford-o-matic but I got carried away, adding Power Disc Brakes and a custom fabricated Power steering system, tilt Mopar Cable-shift column, my design wiring harness, new interior, re-chromed grille, 8" Maverick rear and a new set of WW radials to name a few changes. [I have been playing with cars since 1956].   Sam Clay, Spring Hill, FL


1923 T Bucket

I bought it about five years ago, took it off the road for two years and rebuilt most of it. It has a built in backup cam screen in the dash, and a push button E Brake on the dash. The trailer has a remote lid with LED Lights under car and under trailer and in the trailer, just having fun thanks for looking ... Rod Reitz


More Images: 1941 Willys Coupe

427 CID, Two 4 Edelbrock carbs, 400 Turbo, 400 HP Sportsmans Fogger NOS, function but never used. Bucket Seats, Torch Red, (color), 11" disk front and back, 9" Ford Locker rear (370), Power Rack & Pinion, I have had the car for 10 years and built it. Since then it only has 250 miles on car and engine ... Tim Harris, Longview, Washington.


More Info: 1950 F2 Ford Truck

This is my baby. I bought it last year and spent all winter doing things I didn't plan on doing like completely rewiring the truck from the dash forward .....

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More Info: ACES Mid America Chevelle Club

On occasion a local, regional or national car club will drop in on us sometimes we have advance warning other times not. Sometimes we have advance warning and we forget (that happens more times than we care to admit..). Today several cars from the ‘ACES Mid America Chevelle Club’ popped in to look around our showroom (and we even remembered they were coming...


More Images: 1951 Nash 2 door Sedan

1951 Nash Super Airflyte 2dr Sedan. Chopped 4", "B" pillar removed making it a hardtop, channeled over a custom built frame w/Air Bag suspension, Heidt's front, Ford 9" rear, suicide doors, rear fenders extended for Packard taillights, Corvette Z06 engine. Nash's were built with the front tires turning lock to lock within the front fenders, Nash called them "Encapsulated front tires", so we installed a skirt completely around the car, that rests on the ground at show height. We plan to register and license the car within the next two weeks and start cruising ... Bob Sorensen


 53 Chevy 210 Club Coupe.

Have owned this car for 18 years and finally got to work on it about 4 years ago after retiring. Have done all work except the upholstery myself, what a rewarding experience. Car is running a 235 cubic inch 6 cylinder dual carbs, Fenton headers, S-10 5 speed. and Tri-Five rear. Tried to keep the looks old school like I drove in the 50's. By the way I just turned 72 years old so don't let anyone tell you they are too old for RODDING. Thanks;   Roy Griffin   Tacoma Wa.

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More Info: 1956 Chevrolet 3100 Series Stepside

It has a 265 V8 engine bored out to 4" with 327 flat top pistons and a steel crankshaft .....


1927 Buck

Buick 455 powered backed up by a TH400 Transmission and For 9 inch. This Rat features opening roof, onboard cooler, onboard whisky still (note the spigot on the front kick panel), hand built headers, carriage lamp tail lights, 1914 Liberty headlights and prison glass. Tearing up the streets in Tucson, AZ ... Zane Cox


1956 Chevrolet Bel Air 2 Door Sedan

350, Turbo 400, Comp cam, roller rockers Millings oil pump Tubular "A" arms, adjustable coilovers, 2" dropped spindles, disc brakes, sway bars front & rear, 9" Ford , 2.92 gears / Posi-Traction, 4" lowering  blocks, Chrome traction bars, Air, PS, PB, American Torque Thrust II's.
            Jim Purvis, Thousand Oaks, Calif


More Info: 1936 Chevy Master

 From Southern Louisiana it is a 2 door Sedan. I have cut 2" out of the firewall cowl area and 3" out of the grill (opening it and leaning it too) along with leaning the hump in the back 6" shaving the body line off and suiciding the doors the hood opens in the front and the trunk goes sideways ...


1955 Chevy Bel Air

1955 Bel Air 350/ 325 hp. 700R4 trans, Digital dash, EZ wiring, Owner Bob Andros, Kings Valley ,OR


More Images: 1952 Henry J

From Georgetown, Kentucky  "The Hairy Canary". 350 Cu. In. v8, 700 R4 Trans, Mustang II Front Suspension, Camaro Rear. This car was bought in Pa. and I've redone it from front to rear and added the name and artwork on both rear fenders that I had thought of back in 1964 when I graduated High School back in New Jersey. I thought that if I ever got around to building one of these then that’s what the name would be. Art Bigelow Vice President of the Southern Knights of Central Kentucky Car Club ... Arthur Bigelow


More Info: 1940 Mercury Kustom Convertible

The car rebuild was finished in 1991 and I used the car for 10 years putting it into storage in 2001 after the death of a dear friend....  Mechanical rebuild in 2010 and now back on the road ....

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More Info: 1940 Ford

Car was a basket case when I bought it almost 20 years ago. It took me about three years to get it back on the road and I have been driving it ever since ....

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More Images: 1936 Pontiac Coupe

64 Olds 330 cu in engine, TH400 trans, 9” for rear end, cruise control, AC, recently installed Fat Man IFS. All steel original body components ... RD Kane

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More Images: 1965 Chevy El Camino

This is my newly acquired 1965 Chevy El Camino. It is still all numbers matching 283ci, 2bl carb, 3- speed “on the tree”, nice & straight 4 hub-caps, and the original bias ply spare tire. Poor car has very few frills, no windshield washers, no 4-way flashers, AM radio only. Yes it  does have a working cigarette lighter. Still don’t know why they called it a “custom”. Very clean, rustfree , fun driver, built in Calif. Inside rear bed has been Rhino coated, under hood is unmolested (original air cleaner, valve covers, etc) ..  John Nusbaum Jr


1930 Tudor Sedan

Hello Rodders, just another adult toy. My “30” Tudor Sedan, All old steel, TCI chassis w/4” drop front, 4-link, 9”w/411’s and a healthy 383 cubic inch Chevy Stroker. Covered in “House of Colors” Hot-rod Flatz Black.. Little more than Rat-rod , lot less than “Barrett Jackson”, ALL FUN! FUN!! ... John Nusbaum Jr.


More Images: 1938 Ford Cabriolet

I made the car from throw away pieces that still cost a lot of money.  Here are a few pics of my 38 Ford Cabriolet. Still needs a top, door panels and carpet but the 454 Chevy backed up with a Borg Warner 4 speed and 9 inch 3.55 to one Posi, is a rush. Equipped with a roll bar and drivers side 5 point harness, it is a pleasure to drive. Named "Sweet Ruby" after my dear sweet, 98 year young, Aunt Ruby. Car was made from several pieces acquired from California, Quebec, Ontario and Saskatchewan, over a 7 year period ... Allan Clarke; White Rock BC Canada

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More Info: My Latest & Last HotRod Project

Hello, Just for kicks and giggles I thought I would send aome pix of my MGB. When I say MGB most people lose interest really quick untill I show them a photo. This is not your average MGB as you can see ....


More Images: Some Changes Last Year

Have had some changes in cars last year, 57 Chevy convertible and 37 Wildrod.  Pretty happy with both, will know more when weather get better and can hit the roads.  The 57 drawling was done by an artist at a show ... Roger Ross


More Images 1923 Ford T-Bucket

My car is a 1923 Ford T-Bucket originally built in the 1970’s.  Rebuilt over the last five years by my son and I.  We finally got to six shows this past year and took five trophies.   It is registered in Washington as a 1923 Ford with Washington license number 427.  It features a 1968 Ford 302 with C-4 transmission.  Joe Huden, Freeland, WA


1933 Ford Pickup

1933 Ford Pickup, Chopped 5", Channeled 3", Chevy power 350 motor, Aluminum Glide tranny,  S/W gauges, B&M floor shifter, 40 Ford Juice brakes, Aluminum Radiator 32 Grill shell with insert. Running Coker Bias tires with wide/whites. Leo Klein


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