1935 Chevy Street Rod
This is a very well built 1935 Chevy that has been street-rodded with a late V8, 4-wheel disc brakes, air conditioning and beautiful paint. This car is on display and for sale at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas.
1930 Ford Model A Engine Final Test Run Prior to Installation.MOV
1930 Ford Model A Engine on Test Stand.
This is the final Test run on the engine stand prior to installing in my Canadian Standard Phaeton. 3-24-11
Rebabbitted Main Bearings and Rods. 10/10 crankshaft, .080 Pistons. Stock Valves with Solid Tappets, Tillotson Carburetor.
This Engine has Not been Balanced.
1914 Engine Start
This 1914 Chevrolet Royal Mail Roadster gets it's wake-up call after being "asleep" for over 55 years.
1934 Chevrolet DC Standard Sport Roadster - 10/27/2012
For Sale - Listed on eBayMotors.com - Contact email@example.com if interested.
This 4.5 minute video of our 1934 Chevrolet DC Standard Sport Roadster was filmed 10/27/2012. This car was restored to original condition in 1991 and has been in storage much of the time since with occasional repairs to continue maintenance.
Special features: Cover Car - "Generator & Distributor" national magazine, August 1994; Used as measurement and specifications car for Danbury Mint Diecast Cars model - 1935 Chevrolet Standard Sports Roadster; Car Show 1st place "Oldies but Goodies - 1900-1930) - Dallas, Oregon (2003); Fully restored in 1991 by Vintage Chevrolet Club of America's technical advisor to 1933 & 1935 Open Passenger, Wayne Taylor (photos of restoration available upon request).
DC Standard Sport Roadster History: Chevrolet's last roadster until the 1953 Corvette. 1934 Chevrolet overall production - 551,191 total vehicles -- Only 1,038 DC Standard Sport Roadsters were built. Approx. 6 Standard Sport Roadsters have been restored to original condition internationally (estimate in year 2000). Base price was $465 in 1934. Sales slogan, "80 miles per hour from 80 horsepower!"
Mechanical specs: Original '34 6-cylinder, 75-HP, 182 CI engine replaced with '36 6-cylinder, 80-HP, 206 CI engine in 1991. 4x2 rear wheel drive, front-motor car. 107.0 inch wheel base. 2,389 pounds. Bore/stroke - 3.50 in. Synchro-Mesh transmission. Invisible door hinges. Tilting windshield. Under-dash temperature gauge. Spring and lever system mechanical brakes. Standard rumble seat. Entire wood skeleton frame replaced in 1991 restoration. Upholstery & canvas convertible top replaced during restoration.
How to Start a "Model T" Ford
Shows steps required to safely start any Model T Ford built between 1908 and 1927 using hand crank or electric starter
1954 Chevy Bel Air 2 Door - almost newer than showroom condition - $25,750
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Featured on the cover of 2 national magazines, this is a multi-award winning, beautifully restored 1954 Chevy Bel Air 2 door hardtop. It has won 46 trophies and awards in 6 years.
This beautiful dark garnet and ivory exterior w/continental kit Bel Air is powered by a 235 c.i. 115 hp "Blue Flame" 6-cylinder engine—the original engine has been painted and still holds 140 psi in each cylinder. It has a 3 speed on the column, a 3:55 Powerglide rear end, a 6 volt electrical system and the original transmission has been rebuilt. Some features include: vacuum wipers, new burgundy tuck and roll velour and white leatherette interior (same pattern as stock but with new materials), new carpet and seat belts to match, dual Exhaust with Smithy mufflers and "Bow Tie" Exhaust tip extensions split under the car. This beauty also has nice sound and everything works including the tube type radio that has been rebuilt and a wind up clock that has also been rebuilt and yes, ALL the gauges work. The interior has some extras including tissue dispenser, seat belts and traffic light viewer. There are new "Coker" bias ply wide white tires (correct width of whitewall), fender skirts with bloomers and curb feelers on the right side. To say they are only this nice once is an understatement. There is also a complete appraisal available to a serious buyer.
Appraised at $34,500.00 every attention to detail has been implemented and this car is as close to how it came off the production line in 1954 as it can be.
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