1955 Chevrolet Bel Air 2 dr Hardtop: Super Slick with Tons of Eyeball! Man Oh Man! Talk about reach out and grab ya! This dude had me wanting to get out my Vitalis and slick my hair back in the reflection of it's slick deep Royal Blue Metallic finish! Take a real close look and you can even see the clouds in the sky! Who needs a red or black car when you can be different from the rest! There is nothing like a 55 Bel-Air Two Door Hardtop that looks good and even better than that, it's ready for today's high speed driving adventures!
Man Oh Man! Talk about reach out and grab ya! Stop Already! Get in and hold on for a ride that will make ya feel warm and fuzzy (drool factor+)! Flex yer muscles Popeye and mash the pedal! Ok it's not really that fast but it does have a few more ponies than a small block, would'nt ya think? Read on for more...
This is the one everyone is looking for! Sweet! Let's face it, double nickels of this quality are becoming increasingly harder to find! A beauty that retains her classic style and feel while incorporating all of the amenities that makes a road trip and/or anytime use extremely enjoyable! Turn Key Satisfaction! Read on for more!
Hey Hey, What do we have here! A Celebrity? YEP!! This Ol "Torch Red" 55 Bird was originally owned by the late Jack Lemmon who was one of Hollywood's most-loved actors! According to Jack Lemmon (see above document) "I received this car in lieu of cash payment for an appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show"--"I was told at the time that the car was one of the first, if not the first, to be delivered to California"! This car has Star Power! Let's stop for a little history of the original owner!
America's First Sports Car! Agile Performance, Sensational Styling and Luxurious Comfort! From it's "Power Packed Chassis", this baby sports a "Blue Flame 150" Six Cylinder with 3 side-draft carbs and a Power-Glide auto tranz! ! Combined with it's Streamlined Lightweight (410lb) Body, all together these baby's touted 1 Horsepower per 21 pounds! Nimble to say the least! Only 14 ft long and weighing it at 2850 lbs! Incredible, front (53%) to Rear (47%) weight distribution ratio, it's handling was even and tight! "Knee Action" front suspension and a outrigger style 4 leaf rear!
1951 Studebaker Starlight 2 Door Coupe: My Oh My!! When is the last time you have seen a Jewel like this tricked out "Bullet Nose Stude" with late model power! Even better than that, you don't see many of these due to the low production of only 14,103 C5 Starlight Coupes! This baby is really an eye catcher and most who see her will ask "What model is that?" Time Warp Early 50's Style!
Shazam and Batta Bing! Here's a real doozie fer ya! Wanna Draw crowds where ever you go? Who need's an early 50's Merc when you can have a Lincoln? Grab yer drool towel because it is all you will need to enjoy this SPECTACULAR & CAPTIVATING SHOW GIRL! This 35,846 actual mile Jewel has been Creatively Enhanced while retaining Her Original Beauty, Power and Luxury! Simply better than new and capable of SHOWING under any light's and against the Best! So there ya have it, a good solid original Lincoln recently painstakingly restored to perfection for pure enjoyment!
As time goes by you gotta wonder how many jewels like this are left ?? The amazing original trim and straight body lines are awe inspiring! Yes, this one looks as good and/or better in person! What a Sweetie Pie with around the world style! The Olds designers must have worked overtime creating the chrome & badges for these specimens! This Babe was built at the Oldsmobile plant in Southgate CA, and spent most of it's life in the Los Angeles area before being sold to a collector in Washington State about 10 years ago and is now residing in sunny Lake Havasu City, Arizona!!
1965 Buick Skylark 2 Door Post 454 Hot Rod: This Big Bad Black Buick is a RARE Rip Snorter! Only 11,877 V8 2 door post coupes were built in 65 as compared the hardtop which produced 46,698! Nothing like a solid rare post to handle a fresn-n-strong 450 horse Chevy 454 Big Block Crate Engine and a 4 speed tranz! This dude's body sports only 37,000 actual miles! Really! Of course he has been modified to bring the true meaning of 60's Tire Smoke'n Muscle! While yer rubber is burn'n you can keep ice cold with FACTORY AIR!
WOW! Modern Street Rod builders of today have come a long way towards capturing an esthetically pleasing specimen and creating a finely bred automobile! I like to call them Y2K era rides, offering functional operation, luxury comforts and modern technology! Essentially adding all the items the Manufacturer would have placed if it would have been available at the time! Let's face it, today We are Spoiled with today's advances, why not incorporate them with our toys?? Step Up and try this model on....