With its orange and cream color scheme, this Chevy lives up to its nickname “Dreamsicle”. The restoration, completed in 2009, started with a ’31 Chevy frame which was boxed. It has a steel body, fiberglass front and rear fenders, and front and rear bumpers from a ’32 Ford.
This is a very nice GTX that deserves to be driven. It’s powered by a 1963 Maxi Wedge 426, 4BBL, 67 Torque Flight Tranny with shift kit, positraction and dual exhaust. The exterior is B5 Blue and is straight and solid.
This is a “Farm Fresh” Ford Dually Rat Rod complete with a manure spreader on the front. It is built on a 1967 1-ton Camper Special chassis and powered by a Ford 352. It has power steering and power brakes.
This is one red hot Chevelle that really rumbles! The frame off restoration on the car was completed about 7 years ago by Leroy Nelson of Isanti MN. It was a high end restoration and the attention to detail is nearly flawless. It has all its original sheet metal. This red Chevelle is powered by 454 4BBL 4-speed with dual exhaust.
No corners were cut on the frame off restoration of this 55 Chevy, which was completed about 4 years ago. The attention to detail is nearly flawless and resulted in an eye-catching sedan delivery. The car is powered by a rebuilt 350 30 over 355 hp motor and a rebuilt 700r4 transmission with new torque converter.