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Packing a fresh 302 V8 and sporting a host of well-done custom touches, this fully restored sedan draws big crowds and big compliments wherever it goes!
From the top of its smooth white roof to the bottom of its super cool teal body, the Mainline is much straighter than when it rolled out of a Ford showroom 55 years ago and features a good looking coat of paint with very few flaws. Naturally, that straight body provides a level of fit and finish which is much better than factory tolerances and allows all doors, windows and other moving parts to function fluidly and correctly. The glossy paint combines with a nosed and decked profile to give the car a classic rockabilly feeling which simply can't be matched by pristine Bel Airs and Victorias of the same ilk.
The cars reliable but basic 6-cylinder has been swapped for a new Jasper 302 replacement block which has only seen 1,000 miles of road time and provides excellent throttle response. At the top of the engine, a louvered chrome air filter feeds a Holley 4-barrel carburetor which is bolted to an Edelbrock Performer RPM aluminum intake. At the front of the engine, fresh V-belts spin billet pulleys which are attached to a slick chrome alternator, a Sanden AC compressor and durable billet brackets. And at the sides of the engine, ceramic coated long tube headers send spent gases into a true dual Exhaust system. Fire is provided by a Pertronix Flame Thrower coil which utilizes a traditional points distributor to send spark through bright blue Accel Hi-Temp Super Stock wires. And cooling is provided by a Walker radiator which is equipped with fresh hoses and a billet overflow tank.
The cars fully rebuilt suspension benefitted from a significant drop which provides an unbeatable stance, and a number of small tweaks increase both performance and drivability. Motivation is provided by a reliable Ford C4 3-speed automatic transmission and a bulletproof Ford nine inch rear end, and braking is provided by upfitted manual front discs and traditional manual rear drums. At the center of the car, an aluminized true dual Exhaust system utilizes Smithys turbo mufflers to create a fitting gnarly burble while a new stainless fuel tank sends dino juice through new stainless fuel lines. Keeping the car firmly planted on the pavement is a spectacular set of bright red 15 inch steel wheels which ride on 165/70 front and 215/70 rear Firestone Silvertown wide whitewall radials and wear pristine Ford hubcaps inside of fresh stainless trim rings.
This awesome Mainlines tasteful and comfortable two-tone interior is a classy reminder of the days when style and appeal were the central focus of car design. In front of the passengers, a beautifully restored two-tone dash hangs a functional Ford clock above pristine stainless trim which houses a full assortment of Auto Meter gauges and a modern Pioneer CD player. At the sides of the car, great looking two-tone door panels flow perfectly around smooth, painted window frames, and hang correct chrome handles above restored two-tone armrests. In the middle of the car, completely rebuilt and recovered green and white bench seats provide the perfect spot for main street cruise nights; and in front of the driver, a correctly restored Mainline steering wheel holds a chrome horn button above a billet turn signal stalk and billet accessory knobs. Below the seats, excellent looking dark green carpet lies under color-matched, Ford crested floor mats and a slick Lokar shifter. Above the seats a like-new white headliner leads the eye to cool rear speakers which wear stainless covers that are crafted into music notes. Below those speakers, the cars restored trunk features a correct mat, a fifth red wheel with a brand new spare tire and a re-located fuel filler neck.
This rare and exceptionally clean 1956 Ford Mainline offers the best of both worlds: a fully restored car at a fraction of the cost of doing it yourself, and a unique hot rod that will likely be the only one of its kind at any show you attend. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on this awesome car!
1956 Ford Victoria Lead Sled Test Drive Classic Muscle Car for Sale in MI Vanguard Motor Sales
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The gentleman who owned the car before us drove it 15,000 miles, to and
from different car shows. It's a very high quality build!
351ci Cleveland Engine
C4 Automatic Transmission
Front Disc Brakes, Rear Drum
Rack and Pinion Steering
Chrome Air Cleaner and Valve Covers
Polished A/C Compressor
Cross Flow Radiator
Billet Wire Ways
Nice Motor Mounts
Newer Gas Tank
Jump Lugs Mounted Under Trunk
Period Correct Rear End
New Air Shocks Out Back
Brand New Driveshaft
Brand New Cherry Bomb Mufflers
Front Suspension is in Great Shape
Beautiful Black Paint
Chrome and Stainless are in Great Shape
Gorgeous Fit and Finish
Doors Fit and Operate Great
Door Lips and Jambs are Clean and Solid
Quarters are Straight and Solid
American Racing Aluminum Wheels
Dunlop G/T Qualifier Tires -- 225/55/17 Front and Rear
Shaved Handles and Door Poppers
Custom Finished Trunk
Frame is in Beautiful Shape, Clean and Nicely Painted
Trunk Floor is Solid
Floorboards are in Great Shape, One Professional Patch on Driver Side
Rockers are Clean and Solid
Gorgeous Custom Interior
Custom Steering Wheel
Tilt Steering Column
Custom VDO Gauges
Beautifully Painted Dash
Aftermarket CD Radio
Bench Seat Front and Back
Seatbelts Front and Back
Custom Valance for Air Vents Under Dash
Good Looking Carpet
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1956 Ford Fairlane at the Gas Station
Well, it's not everyday you see one of these classic old 1950s automobiles
drive up to the filling station, but here it is, spotted in Kingman
Arizona. The guy said many people think it's a Chevy. Nope, it's a
restored Ford Fairlane 2 door hardtop car, pretty red and white. I guess
it doesn't have the original motor, I think it would need leaded gasoline
which service stations don't sell anymore.
132717 / 1969 Dodge Dart GT
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If you're in the market for a super-clean street bruiser that you can show,
build on and enjoy for years; why not kick the summer off behind the wheel
of some incredibly priced, old school Mopar muscle?
During a frame-off, rotisserie restoration, this Dart's mostly original
body was stripped to bare metal and fitted with new, high quality quarter
panels that, along with a thorough block sanding, ensured a virtually
flawless surface. Once that surface was completely clean and fully prepped,
a positively glowing coat of Chrysler code FJ5 Sublime Green was sealed
under a thick clearcoat shell which accents the car's no-nonsense, old
school looks with a glossy 21st century shine.
Under the hood you'll find a 500 cubic inch 968 Hemi that's been decked,
bored .030 over and completely rebuilt. At the top of that engine, a
polished air filter funnels wind through a reusable filter element into a
giant Holley 4-barrel carburetor that's cinched to a chrome intake,
polished stainless fuel lines and an underhood fuel pressure gauge. At the
sides of that intake, stock heads, which have been fitted with Hayes studs,
prop pristine chrome valve covers over a fully balanced rotating assembly
which includes JE 10.5 pistons with Hayes rings, shot peened and sized
connecting rods, an Eagle stroker crank and Hayes main studs. Fire is
provided by a Painless Wiring harness which sends spark through a Mopar
Performance ignition system to a Mopar points distributor and high
performance plug wires. Cooling is provided by a polished aluminum radiator
which sends water past two quick spinning electric fans and a polished
overflow tank to a high performance water pump. And lubrication flows via
an external oil system to and from a seven quart Milodon oil pan. At the
sides of the motor, ceramic coated long tube headers send spent gases into
a ceramic coated true dual Exhaust
system. And at the front of the motor, fresh V-belts spin a chrome
Powermaster alternator between billet brackets, a full set of billet
pulleys and a high quality Milodon gear drive.
The powerful Hemi engine sends its thrust through a new, race-prepped A727
Torqueflite 3-speed automatic transmission which has been equipped with a
manual valve body, a 2500-2800 RPM stall converter and an aluminum
transmission cooler. That transmission is connected to a traditional 8.75
Sure Grip rear end which has been narrowed by 11/16ths on each side and
stuffed with a limited slip differential, Dutchman axles and solid 3.55
gears. Exhaust is handled by a ceramic
coated true dual system which is complete with an X-pipe crossover and
great sounding Flowmaster mufflers. Braking is handled by traditional
manual front discs and rear drums which have been rebuilt all the way up to
their fresh stainless lines. And power flows to the ground through 14 inch
front American Racing Torque Thrust IIs which wear 195/75 Signet DSR
radials and 15 inch rear American Racing Torque Thrust IIs which wear
28x11.50 D.O.T. approved Hoosier Quick Time slicks.
One glance over this Dart's Sublime Green doors reveals a bright white and
black vinyl interior which presents just as well as when it rolled off the
showroom floor. The correct front bucket and rear bench seats feel almost
as good as they look and provide a firm plateau for both cruising and
spirited driving. And the fade-free dash has been retrofitted with a
standard three pack of Auto Meter Pro-Comp Ultra-Lite gauges. Between the
seats, a pristine full length console props a large Auto Meter Sport
tachometer in front of a super cool pistol grip shifter. And at the sides
of the seats, custom Sublime Green door frames highlight correct "GT"
emblems and fresh white panels. At the bottom of the car, new black carpet
is protected by color-keyed carpeted mats. At the front of the car, a
classic Mopar Tuff wheel sits atop a tilt steering column. And at the back
of the car, a fully restored and freshly carpeted trunk holds an Optima gel
If you're looking for a top notch muscle car that you can keep, show and
enjoy for years to come, you simply can't go wrong with this '69 Dart GT
convertible! Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more
information on this awesome car!
1956 Ford Customline Classic Muscle Car for Sale in MI Vanguard Motor Sales
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1956 Ford Customline
Very Solid Body rust free car
Powered by a thunderbird v8 motor
Car runs and drives great
Newer tires and rims
Car runs straight no shimming
No disappointment a great little solid driver
Call Tom today
1955 Plymouth Savoy Alloway Street Rod Up Date
A 1955 Plymouth Savoy Street Rod that is being built by Alloway's Hot Rod
Shop...I am doing a series on the build of this car....the is the second
video in this series...Make sure you subscribe so that you don't miss any
of the cool Cars I post!!!!
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132784 / 1967 Chevrolet Camaro
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This well-done 1967 Camaro pro-tourer is an amazing,
magazine featured car that, thanks to a perfectly balanced small block V8
and a substantially improved suspension, is ready for years of endless
Built by Samson Design in Marshall, Missouri, this razor sharp '67 Camaro features a seamless,
custom appearance that's highlighted by super slick Iron Gray paint. Take
one look down the sides of the cars rock solid body and it becomes very
obvious that great care was taken to ensure all gaps were at better than
factory standards. Step closer to the mirror-like gray paint and check out
straight and ripple-free panels that aren't plagued by any rust or major
imperfections. Grab the well-adjusted hood and feel how smoothly it closes
to provide an excellent fit which is set off by a glossy multi-layer
clearcoat finish. Built to exacting specifications and color sanded and
buffed to a brilliant shine, this top-notch Camaro features a great
combination of skilled workmanship and first-rate finishing.
Lift up the cars cowl induction hood and you'll find a powerful small block
355 V8. At the top of the motor, a custom, chrome trimmed air filter feeds
an Edelbrock 650 4-barrel carburetor that's equipped with new stainless
fuel lines. Under that carburetor, an Edelbrock Performer EPS aluminum
intake sits between traditional cast iron heads that have been fitted with
larger valves and wear tall body-matched valve covers. Below those heads,
the Iron Gray engine block is bordered by Hedman long tube headers and
houses a GM Performance Parts Z/28 cam and TRW domed piston which create a
stout 11 to 1 compression ratio. At the back of the intake, a Mallory
ignition system sends fire through fresh MSD Super Conductor wires; and in
front of the motor, new V-belts spin a chrome alternator and Sanden AC
compressor above a double-roller timing chain.
The impressive 355 engine sends power through a 2,000 RPM stall converter
to a turbo-Hydramatic 350 transmission
which spins a 12 bolt Posi-traction rear end with pavement chewing 3.73
gears. Holding that stellar drivetrain off the ground is a completely
restored factory suspension which benefits from new urethane bushings, new
front coil springs which lower the car three inches, custom rear leaf
springs and high quality Monroe shocks. Stops come quickly thanks to a
sturdy four wheel disc system which features custom Samson Design calipers
at all four corners; and Exhaust is
handled by a fresh mandrel bent system which growls through an H-pipe
crossover, great sounding dual chamber Flowmaster mufflers and stainless
tipped turn downs. At the corners of the car, two inch drop spindles hold
spotless 18 inch front and 20 inch rear Coys chrome wheels in the middle of
225/40 front and 255/35 rear Nexen N7000 radials.
Open the door of this slick Camaro and you'll find a
completely restored vinyl interior which features tasteful custom pieces
that give the car a nice, updated appearance. The black seats are firm and
show no sign of dry rot or tearing. And complete front and rear door
panels, which present a like-new appearance, hold centered "Stealthed"
emblems below body-matched door frames. Between the seats, new black carpet
provides a base for the cars custom Samson Design console and shifter. And
at the center of the dash, a body-matched trim panel houses controls for
the cars climate system between a modern Pioneer CD player and a custom air
vent. In front of the passenger, a body-matched glove box contrasts well
against the cars gloss black dash. And in front of the driver, an awesome
looking chrome Grant steering wheel looks right at home. The cars vitals
are monitored by a combination of cool-looking original gauges with brushed
stainless faces and a three pack of iEquus gauges that hang under the
center of the dash. And at the back of the cockpit, big Pioneer speakers
hang over a fully restored trunk which includes a custom panels and
like-new black carpet.
This 1967 Camaro
pro-tourer is a high quality build that features a potent small block V8, a
modified suspension and many well-executed custom touches which make it the
perfect show and go toy for any red blooded car guy. Call, click or visit
http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on this awesome car!
Mustang Monthly Presents RK Motors Charlotte's Boss 302
No question about it, the Boss 302 market is heating up. Take a good, long
look at this 1970 Boss 302 with just 34,189 original miles, a 100% original
drivetrain, and a top-flight restoration by one of the top shops in the
country. Investment grade? This is the one.
According to the restoration photos, this was one clean Boss before it was
stripped to bare metal and restored by the pros at Santa Barbara Muscle
Cars. They stripped it to a shell, repaired any trouble spots, and then
refinished it in the original Competition Yellow. There were only 693
Competition Yellow over black Boss 302s built in 1970, making this a
somewhat rare piece.
This one comes with the optional Shaker hood scoop, and underneath you'll
find the original, highly detailed Boss 302 engine. The restorers replaced
every missing part, including the emissions control system, distributor,
heat shields, and water tubes with correct, new-old-stock Boss items. Ford
Blue paint covers the block, heads, and air cleaner underneath the Shaker
hood scoop, and the original Boss 302 valve covers were retained. Even the
fan belts are correct pieces, not generic replacements from the auto parts
The only way you could get your Boss was with a 4-speed manual, and the
original transmission still lives behind the engine. Out back, there's a
highly detailed and correct Ford 9-inch sporting 3.50 gears and a Track-Lok
limited slip. This car was so clean, it didn't need any floor patches, and
in some areas, the original paint can still be found. The floors are red
oxide primer with yellow overspray, as original, and like the engine bay,
it is highly detailed. A new Exhaust
system has been installed, and it's cool to note that this one was built
using the original Ford tooling. Finally, you've undoubtedly noticed that
this car is also equipped with the incredibly rare "Starburst" wheels,
which were on the car from new. These unique wheels still wear Goodyear
Polyglas GT tires as original.
The beautifully preserved standard black bucket seat interior is all the
proof you need that this is a highly original, solid car. Yes, it's all
original, from the seats to the carpets to the headliner. After 41 years,
it's showing a few signs of age, but we had to look twice at more than a
few components to assure ourselves that they were indeed original—they
just look too nice. A Hurst shifter controls the 4-speed, and the original
AM radio still lives in the dash and functions as it should. The restored
trunk compartment has correct finishes throughout, plus a new mat and
inflatable space-saver spare with full jack assembly.
The day of the Boss 302 is upon us. With its big brother, the Boss 429 now
commanding a quarter-million dollars, the more affordable Boss 302 is
gaining ground fast. This is one of the most correct, solid, and
well-documented Boss Mustangs we've ever seen, and it's
two-owner history only adds to the appeal. With top-quality work
throughout, and a highly original interior, it's ready to compete at the
highest levels. If ever there was an investment-grade Boss 302, this is it.
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!!
'57 Dodge Streetrod part 4
This is part 4 of my street rod project.
A '57 Dodge pickup on a '97 Dakota frame.
Thanks to my daughter Emily for her excellent camera work.
And to my son Sam for more guitar licks!