Impeccable 1934 Henry Ford all steel body/fenders ,polished stainless and chrome suspensions including complete polished SS exhaust system,SS gas tank,SS fuel/brake lines,4 bar chrome dropped front axle, chrome driveshaft ,chrome 9″Ford w/chrome coil overs, stainless steel button-head fasteners throughout ,digital dash w/custom overhead aluminum stereo console. All the best components,A/C,Heat,PW,Tilt, Power Seat,Power Antenna,Stereo w/Remote. Arrow straight,precision panel fit ,no rust or patch panels-original dry Arizona body.Stunning deep metallic Cabernet maroon finish-professional $140K build,safety tested, runs, shifts, and drives tight and exceptionally well. Car is as fresh as the day it was completed. Call Dr.Bob S. 203 982-3561 for more details.
Condition: Used Year: 1934 Mileage: 1,000 Sub Model: Hot Rod Make: Ford Exterior Color: Metallic Maroon Model: Other Interior Color: Grey/Maroon Trim: Full Fendered Number of Cylinders: 8 Engine: 350/330 Transmission: Automatic Drive Type: RWD Vehicle Title: Clear For Sale By: owner
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M Code 1969 Dodge Super Bee A12 lift off hood car. There were only 1,487 of these cars built for the USA. Of those there are less than 350 in the Galen Govier registry. This Super Bee has the Govier report and is done in the factory color combo.
The Hemi Orange paint is accented by the Black A12 Lift Off Hood and Black tail stripe. Down the sides are straight with all the gaps being very symmetrical and good fit of the panels. Looking closely at the paint you will see it has been buffed and polished to a deep rich shine. All the chrome and stainless on this Dodge is in great condition, but it’s not new. Also, the glass is all in great condition and appears to feature a lot of the factory glass. The front windshield appears to be replaced along with the both the front and rear seals. To finish off the look it’s sitting on set of 15″ Black Steel Wheels with Goodyear Red Line Tires. Next, we will look at the interior of this ’69. On the inside, it’s done in Black with buckets which is the factory option for it. The seat covers are like new and the padding is great. It does have the console with the floor shifter and wood grain accents. Looking at the door panels they also have the wood grain accents and are in good condition. Looking at the dash it has some aging, but the dash pad is in great condition. It features the 150 Speedo, Tic Toc Tac, and the Deluxe Steering Wheel. Finally, we will get to the driveline of the Dodge. This is what made these cars so special. Lift off the hood and you will see a ’69 Model 440 Big Block that’s set up with the Six Pack Edelbrock Intake and Holley Carbs. It’s dressed in the factory air breather and factory style chrome valve covers. The 440 is mated to the 727 Auto Trans and the Sure Grip Dana 60 with 4.10 gears. For exhaust, it has a set of Hooker Headers and Dual Pipes with Flow Master Mufflers. As with most A12 cars this car has manual steering and standard four-wheel drum brakes. When you look under this Super Bee everything appears rock solid with the floors and frame detailed in body color.
What happens when you take a chopped ’32 Ford body, bolt it to a custom frame, drop in a modded Chevrolet V8 and pile on a list of mind blowing parts for good measure? You get one incredible street rod that instantly becomes the center of attention wherever it goes! Featuring a traditionally clean appearance, a custom Ultraleather interior and a level of detail that requires multiple looks to fully comprehend, this stunning 3-window coupe is a compilation of top-notch components from some of the biggest names in the business. And what’s better: it’s a fully sorted, professionally finished cruiser that was built, above all else, to be driven and enjoyed. If you’re the kind of enthusiast who wants an impressive classic that you can hop in, turn the key and go cruising with, your chariot has arrived!
Build completed in 2007 350 cubic inch Chevrolet V8 / Rochester tri-power carburetion GearStar 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission / 3,000 RPM stall converter Custom Ultraleather interior / Hot Rod Air heat and air conditioning / Modern audio system Pro Street fiberglass body / DuPont Hot Hues Psycho Silver paint / Lil’ Daddy Roth metal flake Currie 9-inch rear axle / Detroit Locker differential / 3.89 gears Billet Specialties Chicayne wheels Custom frame / Custom suspension Front disc brakes Power windows / Power door locks / Power trunk
BODYWORK/TRIM When you set your sights on creating a top-notch hot rod, you have to start with a team of professionals who know the ins and outs of fabrication and assembly. Thankfully, the folks at Williams Street Rods of Humboldt, Illinois certainly know how to build an immaculate custom. The project began with a Pro Street fiberglass body that was engineered around familiar suicide doors. During a thorough, no excuses build, that fresh resin was carefully sanded, layered in unique 2-stage and trimmed with cool flames and retro pinstripes. Those flames were, like the top half of the car’s DuPont Hot Hues Psycho Silver basecoat, peppered with a heavy helping of Lil’ Daddy Roth metal flake. And today, wrapping killer SoCal aesthetics around fully sorted mechanicals, this coupe rolls with the kind of unique style and eye-popping appeal that’ll turn heads wherever it chooses to roam! Thanks to trick trim and an acute attention to detail, this street rod puts the “class” in classic. At the front of the car’s body, a steel, red-detailed shell hangs a stainless, MQQN-branded grille between a polished spreader bar and 10-inch flaked and pinstriped headlamps. At the top of the car, a 3-inch chopped top hangs smoked glass behind a small mirror and traditional chrome frames. At the sides of the car, hinge-free doors create a simple, uncluttered profile that’s wholly appropriate for such fantastic paintwork. And at the back of the car, billet LED taillights ride between a pop up gas cap and a TRIC-TAG II electric tag bracket.
ENGINE By now it’s probably pretty obvious this Ford was built to be seen. But, thanks to the 350 cubic inch Chevy behind the car’s steel grille, that might be easier said than done! The polished and color-keyed mill revs under a trio of Lokar-controlled Rochesters, which ride between a proven Edelbrock intake, small Offy adapters and Barry Brant Six Shooter air cleaners. At the perimeter of that intake, lightweight Pro Comp heads hang polished and finned valve covers over coated Sanderson Twisters. At the back of those covers, a Pertronix Flame-Thrower distributor sequences spark between a polished, MSD-branded coil and thick MSD Street Fire plug wires. Opposite that coil, a March Ultra Drive system, which is timed to a spry hydraulic roller cam, spins a polished alternator opposite a polished Sanderson AC compressor. At the front of those ancillaries, a polished aluminum radiator circulates clean coolant past a polished expansion tank and large SPAL puller fan. Speaking of ancillaries, details like MQQN breathers, Lokar dipsticks and a quality Russell pressure gauge join requisite dress up items like polished caps, stainless fluid lines and chrome cowl bracing. And, despite being a thoroughly modern piece, the hot small block looks right at home in this Ford’s clean engine compartment.
DRIVETRAIN/SUSPENSION Under this impressive custom a GearStar 700R4 4-speed engages a 3,000 RPM stall converter to spin power through a lightweight aluminum driveshaft. That driveshaft jerks a polished Currie 9-inch that’s fitted with 3.89 gears and a proven Detroit Locker posi. That axle rides in a triangulated 4-bar suspension that’s dampered with Aldan Eagle coil-overs. Opposite that 4-bar, a chrome front-half strings a drilled Super Bell I-beam between polished shocks, trick drop spindles and two more Aldan Eagle coil-overs. A steady stream of fossils pressurizes braided lines thanks to an electric Holley pump, which drains a 16-gallon tank. Solid stops come courtesy of polished Wilwood calipers and finned and flaked drums, which front stainless steel lines and a small Wilwood proportioning valve. At the corners of the floor, pinstriped Billet Specialties Chicaynes spin 235/45ZR17 BF Goodrich g-Force Sports in front of 295/40ZR20 BF Goodrich g-Force T/As. And the car’s custom, completely road ready frame outlines acute details like a finned transmission cooler, a high performance Hitachi starter and finned Super Bell brake backing plates.
INTERIOR Inside this clean coupe you’ll find a brilliant red interior that provides stylish contrast to the car’s monochromatic profile. Front and center, a sculpted, crocodile-themed seat feels firm and supportive. In front of that seat, a flowing dash centers ornate Classic Instruments telemetry on Hot Rod Air and a Lokar shifter. At the edges of that dash, LED lock indicators cap custom side panels, which frame subtle billet hardware for modern power windows, modern power door locks and manual door latches. Below those panels, Dynamat TacMat founds rich carpet under billet foot pedals and a chrome emergency brake handle. Opposite that carpet, a glossy roof hugs remote controlled Blaupunkt audio. That modern head unit utilizes It’s A Snap wiring to power a large Kicker subwoofer that, along with a chrome fire extinguisher, resides in the car’s power-actuated, custom-upholstered trunk. And the driver stays connected to the road through a polished and half-wrapped steering wheel, which laps a polished, tilting column. Since so many enthusiasts are focused on building American Graffiti-style customs, this Ford isn’t exactly something you’ll see at every show. And its chrome suspension, unique wheels, heavily flaked paint and literal feet of flames are sure to get you noticed no matter where you go. After all, is there anything better than a 2-person crowd-gatherer that barks through a big V8 and stares through outrageous aesthetics.
This is the original #1 Kustom car named the “Monkeemobile” featured in the “Monkees” TV series, for the only rock ‘n roll group that ever filmed a live-action TV series. It was also included as part of the Barris Hollywood Star Car Collection. Based on a 1966 Pontiac GTO. First designed by Dean Jeffries, then re-kustomized by George Barris of Barris Kustoms and restored by Mike Gray of Advanced Restorations. The latest restoration was completed in 2007, frame-off, fully detailed, 100-point with added Arc Audio sound and TV system. The “Monkees” recorded their hit music with Rhino Records. This original car was used in the filming of the TV series, as well as promotional and exhibition feature attractions. IT was also featured with the last appearance of the “Monkees” group at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles and when the “Monkees” received the Key to the City of Los Angeles from Johnny Grant. George Barris has personally autographed the dashboard. This car sold in auction in 2008 for $396,000.00.
A Gorgeous 1965 Ford Mustang Pro Touring Convertible
65 Shelby Mustang convertible GT350R supercharged + AC Professional No-Expense-Spared Restoration of this Legendary Muscle Car the 65 Mustang GT350 Professionally built Ford 289cid V8 with Paxton Supercharger @ 350hp! HD automatic transmission w/ GearVendors 6 speed overdrive unit ( so cool for hi speed cruising ) HD Ford 9 rear differential with Traction-lok Mirror finish Rangoon Red paint with White stripes & GT350 callouts New Black Pony bucket seat interior with full factory console and shifter New black power convertible top with glass rear window & matching boot Restored dash with full array of factory gauges including 140mph speedo + 9K RPM Tach Upgraded Retrosound AM/FM/USB/IPOD Stereo Ice-cold modern heat and Air-Conditioning A/C Upgraded power rack & pinion steering SSBC 4 wheel power disc brakes Upgraded suspension with tubular control arms & gas shocks 15 Shelby alloys with Goodyear high-speed radials Great sounding ceramic coated headers with Flowmaster dual exhaust Pro-built 289cid V8 Paxton Supercharger new Pony interior and the top goes down too! Professionally restored and reproduced to show or just take for a drive.
A Spectacular 1934 Ford Three Window ‘glass bodied custom coupe shows less than 300 miles on the build. It was put together several years ago and has been used very little. She is looking for a new home. This one has a 350 4bbl. V8 paired with 700R4 Automatic Overdrive transmission w Lokar Shifter, air conditioning, power windows, power front disc brakes, tilt steering, power rack & pinion steering, & a Kenwood stereo CD. It rides on 17-Inch Eagle Alloy wheels wrapped fitted with 225/55R17s. This car is located near Emory, Texas.