This is a pristine 1978 Nova with only 7K actual miles. The black body and red interior are original with a condition that you would expect from a low mileage car. The real surprise is under the hood.
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.
The muscle of this S-10 Blazer puts it in a class of its own. The body of this blue 2-door SUV has been lowered 3” in the rear and 4” in the front and has a cowled hood. It’s powered by 388 CID 350 block 400 crank internally balanced with a Holley Carb and Air Flow Research (AFR) Intake and AFR Aluminum Heads.
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.
If this Dodge could talk it would have a story to tell about the bullet holes on the driver door and hood! The 5-window 2-door coupe has the patina acquired during its long life which has been sealed with clear coat. The motor, tranny, rear-end, gauges and switches were taken out of a 1957 Chrysler.
The restoration on this street rod was recently completed and the results are stunning. The exterior was finished with show quality BMW blue and silver paint. The fiberglass body that has suicide doors is from Atlanta Rods. The 302 engine has 423 hp.
This Chevy Pickup Street Rod is in very good condition. The restoration on it was completed about 5 years ago.
This Ford could be the most comfortable “Rat Rod” you will find. The restoration was just completed in June. It started out on a complete 1972 Olds Delta chassis, then the frame was shortened 2 feet. The 1929 Ford body was widened 9 inches. It has a new roof. It’s powered by a 455 motor with a 400 automatic tranny.
This GMC Pickup is in excellent condition. The frame-off restoration on it was completed around 5 years ago. It is powered by a 490 hp 406 Wheeler performance built motor, 700 R4 transmission, 4:11 gears in a 12 bolt rear end, headers, dual exhaust and positraction.
This 1957 Chevy 150 looks like it just rolled off the show room floor, but when you look under the hood you will see how special it is. The restoration, which was completed in May 2012, was very high quality. The attention to detail is nearly flawless.
This is a one owner, all original 1969 GTX. The odometer shows the actual miles of 28,224. The owner has all of the documentation on the vehicle including the dealer invoice.
This Road Runner lives up to its name! It’s powered by a ’68 440 block dyno’d at approximately 465 hp
This 1969 Mach I Mustang is painted in Gulfstream Aqua and it looks immaculate.
Features such as a high performance motor, automatic transmission, power front disc brakes, rack & pinion steering, a luxury leather interior, power windows and solenoid operated doors make this custom Rod unique.
With less than 18K miles, the car is in excellent condition and drives like new.
It is an 18 foot Barron Sprint Flat Bottom with over $10K invested in the paint job.
With over $65K invested so far, the car has been through a rotisserie restoration.
Nicknamed Orange Juice, the Sunset Pearl with Real Fire ghost flames paint on this is stunning. It was featured in Hot Bike magazine in 2007.
The car recently went through a frame-off rotisserie restoration and has 2K miles since completion.