This is a very nice 1940 Chevrolet pickup. The truck has been restored to very nice Resto Mod style that features many upgrades. It is powered by a small block 350 Chevy motor with a turbo 400 transmission. The truck has had all handles shaved and door operate off remote solenoids. Equipped with power window, A/C, power brakes and power steering. With a great Heidt’s front suspension and disc brakes makes this a great driver. The fitment is very good and the color combination makes it a real head turner. The interior is finish in red that with the exterior colors just makes this truck pop out. Tilt column, stereo and more. Lowered and with this stout stance makes this a have to have it type of truck. It shows off the Doflin gages, Lokar shifter and Smoothie wheels to make it a one of a kind.
This ClassicCars.com Marketplace featured listing is a 1965 Shelby Daytona Coupe (Factory Five reproduction) for sale in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. The Shelby is the legendary race car that you can’t afford. On the other hand, this is refined, modern, and street-legal version of the same car from Factory Five Racing, which is the next best […]
The list of the top-10 most-searched-for vehicles on the ClassicCars.com Marketplace was remarkably familiar in the month of March, but things got really interesting further along the list. There actually are two top-10 lists on which we report each month. One involves Marketplace searches by year, make and model. The other is a more generic […]
If remembered at all, motorsports fans recall Sunday, August 13 1972 as the date Emerson Fittipaldi won the Austrian Grand Prix, and in doing so, all but clinched his first Formula 1 World Drivers’ Championship. At the other end of the grid that day, a smaller kind of history was being made. A tiny, underfunded […]
It may seem an oxymoron to mention “high performance” and the Renault Dauphine in the same sentence, but the Pick of the Day is, indeed, the high-performance version of the little French classic, a 1967 Renault Dauphine Gordini. In fact, the dealer in Rockville, Maryland, advertising the car on ClassicCars.com claims this to be ‘the […]
When the National Corvette Museum re-opens for general admission in Bowling Green, Kentucky, one of the vehicles on display will be a 1977 Studebaker Avanti II. Say what? As the museum shares the story, it was in 1962 that Bernard “Mike” Hammer’s stepfather took him along when he was shopping for a new car. “He […]
In light of all the pandemic-related cancellations and closures of car events, ClassicCars.com Journal’s East Coast editor Andy Reid has gathered together top car collectors, enthusiasts and concours judges to create something brand new: The Isolation Island Concours d’Elegance. No social distancing will be necessary on the show field and the whole world is eligible […]
Nothing says “muscle car” like an L48 350 V8 with a 4-barrel carburetor. The Pick of the Day is a 1972 Chevrolet Nova SS that’s described as “flat-out stunning” and “laser straight” by the dealership in Hamilton, Ohio, advertising the coupe on ClassicCars.com. Originally launched for the 1962 model year, the Nova (then called “Chevy […]
Hennessey Performance Engineering (HPE) has executed big plans for the 2020 C8 Corvette. HPE will offer up to 1,200 horsepower for the new mid-engine Corvette with a specially designed twin-turbo system that will include a specially built LT2 V8 engine with upgraded engine internals including forged aluminum pistons (10.0:1 compression ratio) and forged steel connecting […]
This is one of only 460 Troop Carriers made during the entire production run of the J4 series in Portugal from 1979 to 1984 and one of only 60 1984 Toyota Land Cruisers produced in 1984.
We hear many stories of thoughtful and noble gestures in these dark and uncertain times. Ernst Prost, the CEO of Liqui Moly, the high end synthetic oil company known around the world for its involvement in many forms of racing including Formula 1 and for the many lubricant products for everyday vehicles, has made an […]