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This is a 1969 Chevelle SS, nice red Super Sport. It was treated to a frame off nut/bolt restoration. Added rear disc brakes to get it to stop, since the engine is a 427, with roller cam and lifter. Headers and Flow Masters provide the perfect music made by the thumper cam. Hits a bad lick.
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.
Wendell Bailiff and Trent Walker were participants in this year's Hot Rod Power Tour, showcasing their cars in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Story and images by Chadly Johnson
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.
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.
Torsten Pundt just shared with us his 1926 Ford Model T, which he acquired through Hot Rod Hotline! It's powered by a meaty 351 V8 mated to a C4 automatic transmission with a Lokar shifter. This Model T looks slick with shaved door handles, and is equipped with remote doors, windows and trunk lid.
These are a few pictures of my 1976 Chevy full custom, Built balanced 350 roller motor 500-HP, rounded wheel wells, full electric tilt, shaved bed rails, suicide doors, full custom fab dash, 4 year build (not done), needs Hot Rod Black Satin Paint, built by Nomad Customs in Denver Colorado.