1955 Chevrolet Pickup
Chevrolet Ram Jet 350 crate motor with chrome intake, ceramic coated shorty headers running to dual exhaust to center out exhaust tip, electric fan for radiator and aluminum pulley system dress up the engine compartment nicely. The front end has tubular upper and lower control arms with coil over shocks, power rack and pinion steering and power 4 wheel disc brakes with a Ford 9" rear end and adjustable billet QA1 shocks.
Custom two tone interior seat and door panels a chrome Flaming River tilt column Nakamichi radio with Bluetooth hands free calling and streaming audio, Classic Instruments factory appearing gauges with built in tach, electric windows with window crank switches.
Exterior big rear window, 2” sectioned hood with billet hinges, corners on bed are rounded, 1942 Buick roadmaster quarter panel lights, LED tail lights, removed tail gate chains and installed hidden tailgate arms and latches, motorized license plate, flipped and tucked front and rear bumpers, HID headlights, tonneau cover with gas struts, custom stainless steel gas tank with fuel door in bed, American Racing Wheels
Looking for a turn key show truck that needs nothing but a new owner to bring home the big trophies? You found it! Offered at $66,000 .
In the course of three weeks, I drove three performance cars: the Chevrolet Camaro SS with 455 horsepower from a 6.2-liter small block with direct injection; the Dodge Charger Scat Pack with 485 horsepower from a normally aspirated 392 Hemi; and the Ford Mustang EcoBoost Premium with 332 horsepower from a turbocharged and intercooled DOHC […]
As part of the preparation for its recent re-opening, the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart allowed filmmakers Daniel Wagner and Andre Jung from minidrone.studio to fly a pair of small drones through the facility to produce a 4-minute video of the flight. The flight starts outside the museum, enters through a rooftop door and then flies […]
According to the dealership advertising this 1970 Austin America restomod on ClassicCars.com, “this one is just too much fun to pass up.” “This ambitious build melds two eras and two continents together so seamlessly, that we’re thinking this may be the beginning of an entirely new collector’s niche,” the dealership suggests. Restomods are popular with […]
The Classic Car Club of America has announced its first online auction in the history of the organization dedicated to the preservation and understanding of classic automobiles. Auction company Motorious, which is handling the internet sale scheduled for June 9-16, has assembled the group of 29 cars considered to be “full classics” by the CCCA. […]
The National Corvette Museum re-opens its galleries to visitors on June 8, but is sharing a preview via the ClassicCars.com Journal of three new exhibits. They are: “Vision Realized” mid-engine Corvette gallery — This exhibit showcases the decades of prototype vehicles that preceded the 2020 mid-engine C8-generation of the Corvette. “The exhibit tells the story […]
Like hundreds of millions of people on this planet, I have become part of many social media communities. Each seems to serve a different purpose. If you want to get into a political argument, join Twitter and Facebook. If you want to make business friends, there’s LinkedIn. To keep an eye on your children and […]
Several of the cars stolen earlier this week from Orlando Classic Cars storage facility already have been recovered, according to news reports from Florida. On Monday, the collector car dealership reported that 19 vehicles had been stolen, and in addition to notifying the sheriff’s office, it posted photos of those cars with their vehicle identification […]
Warning: Don’t try this at home! Since 2005, residents of Glacier View, Alaska, near the Matanuska Glacier, have celebrated the Fourth of July with the typical picnics, parade and even an aircraft flyover. But airplanes aren’t the only things that fly on the Glacier View Fourth. So do junker cars. “Any little kid’s dream is […]
With 2020 taking all of humanity for an ever-turbulent roller-coaster ride, the thought of escaping civilization to get off the grid seems more appealing than ever. Picture the solace of a dirt road to a cabin retreat where such modern-day nuisances as WiFi and cell-phone signals are cut out. If any classic vehicle is going […]
The Bondurant High Performance Driving School in Chandler, Arizona, is set to re-open June 14 with its summer course schedule, as well as showcasing phase one of its track and facility enhancements, which are expected to be completed for the July 4 weekend. The driving school, which trains students ranging from professional racers to rank […]