Hot Rod and Roll: 1933 Essex Terraplane

An uncommon maker to see, this Essex Terraplane project is a solid start to a hot rod project. Fitted with modern front suspension, and previously fitted with… more»

Cool Custom! 1957 Chevrolet Convertible

Here’s something you don’t see every day – a super-trick Sixties-style custom ’57 Chevy! Sadly the listing here on craigslist in St. Louis, Missouri provides less information than given… more»

Diesel Dually What? 1952 Buick Roadmaster

Have you ever found yourself with a load of parts and a rusty old car and wanted to combine them? Well that may very well be what… more»

Chop Top Delivery: 1936 Plymouth Sedan Delivery

For those of you that love chopped tops but don’t have the means or the space to perform the chop, buying an already chopped project can be… more»

Hot Rod Ready: 1955 Chevrolet 210

We all have differing opinions and ideas, but is this 1955 Chevy 210 about the prefect V8 swap candidate? I believe it was a hot rod in… more»

Hot Rod Healey: 1956 Austin Healey 100

While the term “hot rod” may not coincide with British built cars very often, it is an old concept much like this 1956 Austin Healey 100. Revered… more»

Old School Street Fighter! Big Block ’75 Buick Skylark

Thanks to the rising tide of ’60s muscle car values, it takes bruisers like this to remind us that hot rodding’s still alive and well in the… more»

Uncommon Drop Top: 1952 Hudson Hornet

Convertibles are always interesting in the classic car realm, but how about a convertible version of an American Icon? Scarce, uncommon, and rare, this 1952 Hudson Hornet… more»

No Reserve: 1932 Ford Coupe

How many times have you dreamed of building a hot rod ’32 Ford but either didn’t have the money, or the heart to cut original Henry steel?… more»

When Only Speed Mattered: 1965 Plymouth Belvedere

It must have been rough to be a cop back in the 1960s.  Street racing had become the second national pastime, and nearly everyone partaking of that… more»

1940s Hot Rod: 1930 Ford Model A

For almost as long as there have been cars, enthusiasts have been hot rodding them! This 1930 Ford Model A is an excellent early example of a… more»

Pile Of Parts And Rust: 1934 Plymouth Coupe

At first glance, it’s hard to tell if there’s actually a car in this pile of parts, but look closer and you can see the 1934 Plymouth… more»

Hot Rod Potential: 1930 Ford Model A Roadster

I am not going to get all wordy on this one, gang…just someone, get on eBay and buy this Model A Roadster. Like, right now! You can… more»

Rough And Ready: 1932 Ford 5-Window Coupe

There isn’t a more classic hot rod project than a 1932 Ford. Although this is merely a shell of a car, there appears to be enough parts… more»

Solid Tu-Door: 1933 Ford Tudor

Parked on jack stands, and looking a bit weathered, this Ford Tudor is a very solid candidate to revive, especially considering it is a native California car…. more»

Old School! Custom-bodied 1941 Ford Hot Rod

This could be a nifty custom-bodied vintage hot-rod, or it could have been slapped together a few years ago on a lark. Potential buyers should contact the… more»

Rare Among Rare: 1932 Ford Sport Coupe

When you talk about hot rods and collector cars, one car that invariably comes up is the 1932 Ford. This year marked several milestones for Ford including… more»

Rat Rod Racer: 1933 Chevrolet Coupe

How do you feel about rat rods?  When the issue is discussed amongst car people, it’s usually a love it or hate it topic.  I tend to… more»

Retired Racer: 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Hardtop

According to the ad, this 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air was a 70’s street machine until it suffered a catastrophic engine failure while street racing.  The car was… more»

Vintage Hot Rod! 1933 Plymouth Coupe

This car immediately recalls the ’32 aka “deuce” Ford coupe driven by the John Milner character in the iconic coming-of-age movie American Grafitti (1973). The movie is… more»

Long Time Hot Rod: 1931 Ford Model A

Hot rodding is an American tradition that has been around since the 1930s and is still going strong today! Most of the hot rods we see on… more»

1960s Hot Rod: 1940 Ford Deluxe Convertible

Not everyone has the same definition of a hot rod, but most can agree that something like this that was done in the 1960s fits the bill…. more»

Affordable Style: 1948 Chevrolet Stylemaster

Having lived with its current owner since 1965, this Stylemaster is a runner, but is in need of restoration according to the seller. Being sold by the… more»

S’cool Bus: 1949 Ford F-6 Custom

The Shortcut High bus was completed in 1999/2000 as a fun way to keep kids interested in staying in school. Builder Jerry Bowers spent five years constructing… more»