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1952 MG TD Roadster Replica Some iconic cars are very hard to find. Whether it be from rarity, low production numbers, or out of this world costs when you do find the example you like. Enter the repli-car. Nearly 750 companies produced any number of models over the years. Many were made from a fiberglass mold that was taken from the original. What better way to have access to almost any classic...
1928 Ford Model A Roadster In 1927 feeling the heat from his competition, and after a long run with the Model T, Henry Ford reluctantly retooled his assembly line, changed some of his part manufacturing processes, and the Model A was born. Eventually it would become wildly popular, outselling the Model T, and offered in 9 different body styles. This wonderful car which is best described as a dr...
1962 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster With the creative influences of such incredible engineering talents as Edward Cole, Zora Arkus-Duntov and Bill Mitchell behind it, the C1 Corvette had emerged as an American classic, but one that was ready to undergo a transformation into something completely new and exciting. The 1962 model year represents the end of an era for the Chevrolet Corvette. Over the ...
1956 Ford Thunderbird Roadster The Thunderbird and the Corvette have a long and sorted history, with both initially competing for the same customer space. Eventually the Corvette went to racing, and the Thunderbird became the boulevard king. The ultimate getaway car from the kids with only 2 seats, as well as the option to have a hardtop traveler, or a convertible cruiser, it became the ""it"" ...
1960 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster To the credit of all involved, the 1959-60 Corvette was ""cleaned up"" considerably. For one, the chrome ""suspenders"" were removed from the design, providing the Corvette with a more swept-back look that was synonymous with speed. For another, it was decided that the faux hood louvers would be eliminated, returning the Corvette to a semblance of its former sel...
63 vett roadster New killer 415 sbc Dedenbair glide Complete Grid system Biondo 450 Knr wiring Racepack dash Richardson wheel Single wheely bar Beedlock rear wheels New front and rear mickys New belts Ford 9 488 4link Weld v fronts Side exit headers Under hood and inside all LED lighting Dual inside and out shut off Also have bbc plates for it Tex 267-581-2809 for more pics or info 42.5k turn k...
1964 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster 1964 was the second year of the second generation (C2) Corvette. Gone was the split window and the fake hood vents although the recessed area where the vents were still remained. This generation also introduced independent rear suspension, which would remain on the car even to this day. The Sting Ray name also appeared with this generation, and this particular m...
1955 Ford Thunderbird Roadster Ford had only planned to build 10,000 T-Birds for the 1955 model year. Within the first 10 days after its debut in Detroit, it had over 3,500 orders. It would end up selling over 16,000 before the year was out. And that was no small task; at over $4,000 fully-loaded, the Thunderbird could be twice as expensive as a base-model Ford coupe, and as much as the far mor...
1967 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster DID YOU KNOW: Dick Guldstrand, Bob Bondurant, and Dick Yenko took a 1967 Corvette coupe with an L-88 427 ci engine to the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Dick Guldstrand set a new record speed of 171.5 mph on the Mulsanne straight. In the 13th hour, the engine failed, ending the race for the lone Corvette. While this bit of history is significant, what makes it all the mor...
1932 Ford Roadster Looking for a super sharp street rod that you can parade down Main Street and park at local cruise nights? How about a cool piece of Americana that'll turn heads anywhere it goes? If you're in the market for a great cruiser that's stylish, powerful and has lots of history, who says you have to buy a stuffy, high maintenance trailer queen? For consignment, a consignor stated a...
1932 Ford Roadster Looking for a super sharp street rod that you can parade down Main Street and park at local cruise nights? How about a cool piece of Americana that'll turn heads anywhere it goes? If you're in the market for a great cruiser that's stylish, powerful and has lots of history, who says you have to buy a stuffy, high maintenance trailer queen? For consignment, a consignor stated a...
1932 Chevrolet Confederate Sport Roadster w/ Rumble Seat, beautifully restored, stunning Dark Red paint w/ Black fenders, perfect Black Hartz cloth top, excellent Tan interior, gleaming chrome,194 cu in 60 HP 6 cylinder engine, 3-speed transmission, dual side mount spare tires, dual side view mirrors, wind wings, radiator guard, dual horns, fog lights, trunk rack, dual tail lights, chrome wire ...
1955 Ford Thunderbird Roadster Ford had only planned to build 10,000 T-Birds for the 1955 model year. Within the first 10 days after its debut in Detroit, it had over 3,500 orders. It would end up selling over 16,000 before the year was out. And that was no small task; at over $4,000 fully-loaded, the Thunderbird could be twice as expensive as a base-model Ford coupe, and as much as the far mor...
1961 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster A change in GM leadership delayed the next-generation Corvette, but in 1961 'Vette buyers got a preview of the C2 generation in the form of a redesigned rear treatment, harkening what would become the Sting Ray design language. The car that won Mitchell's contest was a coupe penned by Peter Brock, (who would leave GM in 1960 and eventually design the Shelby Cobr...
1932 Ford Roadster And now for something completely different... An old school 1932 Ford Roadster. An original 1950's build that still pops today, this is what a 1932 roadster looked like down at the drive in in circa 1958. I certainly did not see this one coming.... For consignment, the beneficiary of a restoration and hop up in the late 1950's when the car was purchased from its original owne...
1932 Ford Roadster And now for something completely different... An old school 1932 Ford Roadster. An original 1950's build that still pops today, this is what a 1932 roadster looked like down at the drive in in circa 1958. I certainly did not see this one coming.... For consignment, the beneficiary of a restoration and hop up in the late 1950's when the car was purchased from its original owne...
1963 Ford Thunderbird Roadster The 1961 Ford Thunderbird design gave us the ""bullet bird"" with its rounded to a point front end to the twin turbine rear tail lights. We were firmly into the jet age, beehive hairdos, fedora wearing, pipe smoking suburban dads, and the white picket fence surrounding the New England style house. From the day it was built, these cars became a desirable collectibl...
1927 Chevrolet Capitol Roadster NO TITLE-SOLD ON A BILL OF SALE ONLY In the latter part of 1926 Chevrolet was gearing up to make some changes due to information they had about the eventual launch of the new Ford Model A to replace the Model T that was on an 18 year run. They changed the name of their Superior V model to the Capitol AA coupe and roadster, which was a smaller car, soft top, and r...
1960 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster The Sixties was a decade of rocketships - both NASA's thundering moon machines, and the rubber-burning road missiles launched by the Corvette engineering corps. As Chevy poured on the horsepower, it also forged what was to become one of the most famous names in Vette lore: Sting Ray. The popularity of Chevy's sleek two-seater was now abundantly clear: 1960 marke...
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