Stunning '54 Ford Customline Sedan finished in custom Phoenix Red with White top over Red/White full leather interior. This car has been owned by its current owner and has been built from the ground-up to what you see today. It is powered by a Ford 400 EFI V8 bored .030 over backed by a C6 Automatic transmission, Ford Motorsport GT40 upper injection manifold, Custom fabricated lower injection manifold, '76 Camaro front clip, trick front tilt hood and many other custom features. This car comes with a 3-ring binder with a large stack of records and receipts documenting the build. This stunning car must be seen to appreciate, absolutely stunning inside and out.
In 1952 my grandpa was ordered to California to serve in the Army. That
year he bought a new Ford Mainline to drive his family out west. After a
year on the beach they returned to Indiana. The car served its purpose back
then and 60 years later it still serves the family well.
1996 Dodge Viper GTS Heffner Twin Turbo Coupe
We are pleased to offer this '96 Viper GTS Coupe you see here. But make no
mistake, this is not your average Viper. This BEAST is powered by its 8.0L
(488CI) V10 which was modified by the masterminds of forced induction
systems at Heffner Performance and features a custom twin-turbo setup. The end result is a machine putting
out nearly 1,000HP (950HP and 895 lb-ft torque @ 15psi). This car was
built with one thing in mind... SPEED and it does just that. Best quarter
mile by its current owner was done at 10.7 sec @ 141mph. 6 speed manual
transmission with an MGW short throw shifter. The car rides on massive
chrome 20" HRE 567R wheels wrapped in Nitto INVO rubber 285/30ZR20 front,
345/25ZR20 rear. Stopping power comes by way of a SRT Brembo brake kit
with cross-drilled and slotted rotors. Suspension has been lowered to fill
the gaps thanks to some Eibach springs.
This car was featured in the November 2009 issue of Super Street Bike
Magazine called Car vs Kawasaki ZX-14: Ultimate Street Showdown. It
featured 5 heavily tuned cars put up against a stock Kawasaki ZX-14. The
Viper was the clear winner against the other cars and 2nd only to the
Kawasaki by a margin of 0.9 seconds. A pretty outstanding accomplishment
for a fully streetable 3400lb vehicle!
1954 Ford Customline
I thought you might like a look at this 1954 Ford Customline. It's an older
restoration, but it's still looking sharp. It's powered by the very
reliable inline 6, that is trimmed out just like it was from the factory.
The interior was redone along the way as well and still looks nice. I hope
you find it interesting, thanks for watching!
Filmed at Country Classic Cars in Staunton, IL
The background music track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod.
Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.
Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP
With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from
Memphis' Beale Street. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together
as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to
electric piano. 011
Bouncy, Grooving 2010
1965 Pontiac GTO Hardtop
We are pleased to offer this stunning '65 Pontiac GTO Hardtop that has been
meticulously restored over the last 12 years from the ground-up. Only 300
miles on this car since being completed. The body was media blasted and
completely stripped to bare metal. Then sprayed with PPG acrylic primer in
three coats then block-sanded and sealed. Next PPG Cabernet Metallic Pearl
from the '97 Jaguar line was applied in four coats and finished with
multiple coats of clear. It was then cut and buffed to the stunning
quality you see today. The body is laser straight and all gaps line up
just as they should.
It is powered by a healthy 455 V8 borrowed from a '72 Grand Prix SJ and was
a good starting point for Smedding Performance to work their magic. The
455 was bored .030 over to bring it to 462ci, includes an 850cfm Holley
carburetor, Edelbrock Performer RPM manifold, GTO #16 heads, the internals
replaced with stainless 2.11/1.77 valves, hardened seats and bronze guides
after a pocket porting was completed. A Crower cam with 296/305 degrees of
duration and 0.510/0525 lift (108 degrees LSA) bumps steel pushrods from
the same manufacturer, along with Comp 1.5 rockers and springs. Its
nodular crankshaft was fitted with Crower forged steel rods and custom Ross
dished pistons to drop compression to 9.5:1.
A Joe Hunt magneto look-alike electronic distributor with an internal coil
sends pulses down MSD wires to Autolite plugs. After the explosion, the
spent flames rush through Ram Air Exhaust minifolds, down 2 1/2-inch mandrel-bent
galvanized steel tubes to Flowmaster three-chamber mufflers and out of
2.5-inch tail pipes. The engine is backed by a '70 Muncie M20 4 speed
transmission with a Centerforce dual-disc clutch and a Hays billet flywheel
wrapped in a blow-proof bellhousing.
Power is transfered to the ground by way of a '66 Chevelle 12-bolt posi
rear end with 3.31 gears. Chevelle upper and GTO lower rear control arms.
Moser axles add durability and provide a mounting flange for the rotors of
a '79 Trans Am disc brake system. Aeroquip braied brake hoses connection
to the calipers and 10.9-inch front disc brakes. DOT 5 fluid, dual-pot
master cylinder, a power brake service dual0diaphragm brake Booster and a disc brake combination valve
completes the system.
A WS6 steering box from a second-gen Trans Am was bolted in to keep the
Wheel Vintiques 16x8s pointed in the desired direction. Of course, the
rear 16x9s are happy to follow in tandem. For sure grip and to fill the
wheelwells, the wheels are wrapped in BFGoodrich 245/60R16 Radial T/A tires
in front and 265/60R/16 tires in the rear.
Suspension mods up front included '69 GTO front spindles and A-arms and a
Hotchkis 15/16-inch stabilizer bar. Out back, boxed lower control arms to
accept a 1-inch rear stabilizer bar were mounted. Aiding in keeping the
GTO flat in the twisties are Hotchkis springs at the four corners--KYB gas
shocks tame pavement irregularities. If that's not enough, Polygraphite
bushings reduce deflection and ward off squeaks.
Greater Sierra Upholster was responsible for the interior. They replaced
the old worn interior with Ames carpet and interior kit and for that one of
a kind look, used custom bucket seats that were reupholstered to match the
rest of the car. Topping it all off, a Grant mohogany steering wheel was
mounted on the stock steering column. Stock '65 GTO Rally gauges peed from
the dash, the entire set returned to factory perfection by the guys at
Redline Gauge Repair.
Click here to see the High Performance Pontiac article on this GTO
If you are looking for an investment quality, fully restored GTO that not
only looks exceptional, but drives and handles just as well, then contact
1956 Ford Thunderbird T-Bird Roadster
Solid and clean '56 Ford Thunderbird Roadster finished in Yellow over
Black/White interior, comes with its color matching porthole hardtop and
White soft top, Continental kit, powered by its 312 V8, 3 speed manual
transmission with overdrive. The car shows very well and was restored
approx 5 years ago including new paint and interior. Rides on upgraded
chrome wire wheels with wide whitewall tires, also comes with the original
hubcaps, also includes color matching side skirts as well. Looks and drives
great, solid and clean throughout!
1955 Ford Customline
1955 Ford Customline For Sale 460 cobra jet big block ford c6 transmission
automatic rebuilt less than 1,000 miles b cool radiator aluminum 180 temp
all day rebuilt front suspension coils shocks sway links disc brakes in
front Booster dual master cylinder
rear air bagged c- notched 4 linked shocks lays frame with scrap
indicators open rear end 8.8 ford straight body no dents or rust solid
floors runs great clean titled rare car california garaged kept new
white walls tires and 15 inch wheels
1957 Ford Ranch Wagon
This is one cool ride! A '57 Ranch Wagon with a 428 Ford FE motor and a top
loader 4 speed manual transmission! It's got a 4 barrel Edelbrock
carburetor, finned aluminum valve covers, a red top Optima battery, and a
K&N air filter upgrade. It sits on a set of wide white BFG Silvertown
tires, has the right stance, and has pin striping over patina paint! Inside
you'll find some exceptional custom tuck and roll interior, VDO gauges and
a tachometer, a custom sound system with a hidden glove box mounted CD
receiver deck and hidden rear speakers. It's very clean inside and also
VERY comfortable! It has dual Exhaust,
sliding rear windows, and is actually a pretty fast old wagon! This Ranch
Wagon sits right, drives tight, and is just plain cool!
Kaucher Kustoms 54 Ford Vicky_0004.wmv
Kaucher Kustom's time line of the 1954 Ford Victoria custom known as
"Fifty4", from the day Keith Kaucher brought his $500 Vicky home, the time
Keith had it in his garage and did the intial work, and on to Starlite Rod
& Kustom in Torrance CA where the final body fab work, and paint was done.
to it's last photo shoot by Peter Linney before he sold it. It also
includes photos taken by Mike Chase. (Interior by Down Town Willy of
1956 Ford Ranch Wagon Street Rod
This 1956 Ford Ranch Wagon is one of the latest creations by Alloway's Hot
Rod Shop..I'm in the shop just a couple of days before it heads to SEMA
2012 to be displayed in the PPG display there...it has a Art Morrison
Chassis..a 427 'cammer' Motor in it...and of course a Steve Holcomb
Interior...only the best...this one is Bobby's personal Hot Rod...very
cool...check it out!!
Custom Car Design Grand National Roadster Show Winner '54 Ford designer Keith Kaucher
http://www.kaucherkustoms.com The car was designed by noted custom car
designer Keith Kaucher and was featured as a "Dream Car of the Month" in
the December 2004 issue of Rod & Custom Magazine. The car was then built by
Starlite Rod & Kustom in Torrance, CA in 2005. In January 2006, the car
debuted at the Grand National Roadster Show (the longest running largest
indoor show on the West Coast), where it took First Place in its class.
Over the next two years, the car won 17 trophies and awards out of 19 shows
and was given a 6 page feature in the October 2006 issue of Rod & Custom.
You can see some of the articles on our website at
This car has been completely restyled with the modifications as follows:
it has a '65 Buick Wildcat roof grafted on with a 2 1/2" chop, it has a
Mercury front end with the Mercury hood scoop shaved off and the hood
reskinned, it has a '54 Chevy grille with the teeth smoothed off, all four
wheel arches have been swept back, the car has been lengthened overall by
7" and the wheel base extended to 118" like the Mercury, and custom rear
bumpers made from '58-60 Corvette trumpet bumpers, a '62 T-Bird front push
bar and the tips from a '67 Camaro. These are some of the
major changes and there are many more.
The car is powered by a Ford 390 FE motor with a factory tri-power intake &
carbs. It has a 4 speed top loader transmission and a Ford 9" rear end.