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This 1953 Ford Customline delivers classic style, extra flair, and flathead V8 power - and all for quite a nice price. The two-tone green is a nice '50s-style presentation. In fact, you'll even spot thoughtful detailing, like how you can see a hint of wheel color, and it matches the darker green upper-roof section. It has the right classic details you love, like a stylized front end with plenty...
It's hard to find a nicely presented classic that looks period-correct without breaking the bank...or is it? This 1951 Chrysler Windsor is a clean and complete example. Not only do you rarely see these today, but this also has some rare features (like power windows!) And so to find one with a strong-running powerplant makes for the kind of car you really need to get to know. Chryslers of this e...
Go ahead and get excited, because your eyes aren't deceiving you. This is a real-deal, documented E-code 1957 Thunderbird. That means dual quads atop the 312 cubic inch V8, and with that in mind, the restoration was carried out to an extremely high standard. In a sea of early Thunderbirds, THIS is the one to own. It shouldn't surprise you that this car was restored to compete on the show field,...
Go ahead and get excited, because your eyes aren't deceiving you. This is a real-deal, documented E-code 1957 Thunderbird in an awesome color combination. That means dual quads atop the 312 cubic inch V8, and with that in mind, the restoration was carried out to an extremely high standard. In a sea of early Thunderbirds, THIS is the one to own. It shouldn't surprise you that this car was restor...
This 1962 Ford Galaxie 500 XL has the look of a big and premium coupe. But what really makes this one desirable is you get to lift the hood and show off V8 power with a triple-deuce on top. The Galaxie 500 XL like this was sporty, formal, and premium all rolled into one. The sweeping side trim and afterburner tail lights were positively jet-inspired. And the factory-correct Rangoon Red was resp...
You're looking at a 1955 Ford Thunderbird roadster that takes all the great lines of this icon's first year and then adds a few subtle upgrades to ensure it remains unique. Best of all, this total package is both attractive and affordable. The distinction of this one starts with the paint. Thunderbird Blue was a one-year-only color, and so it's great to have a first-ever T-bird in a hue that in...
With its extra sleek look, completely custom interior, and shining small block power, you can see that someone put plenty of time, money, and effort into this 1948 Chevrolet Coupe streetrod. So now that the hard work is done, you have an opportunity to just turn the key and have all the fun. The exterior seems to be all about sleekness. It starts with an excellent application of the glossy red....
Authentic, sleek, and classic flathead V8 power - people are going to take their time appreciating this 1940 Ford Tudor Deluxe Sedan, because it has been given the right mix of preservation and restoration. While this year's car is a big draw in the custom car community, you can instantly see that someone has gone to great care to go in the period-correct direction. The great gloss of the black...
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1936 Ford Tudor

This 1936 Ford Tudor Sedan has a classic steel body and a true street machine attitude. So check out the awesome crate V8, overdrive transmission, custom A/C interior, powerful stance, and professional custom chassis that all make up quite an alluring total package. There has been a serious investment over every inch of this Ford, and you can tell it by just a glance. With less than 1,100 miles...
This 1947 Plymouth P15 Sedan is the honest kind of classic that's quite appealing for the fundamentals you get today and the potential the value price gives you for whatever you want in the future. This sedan is about enjoying honest classic car fun. After all, WWII was such a close memory that the '47 cars shared a lot with the pre-war designs. So we bet you can have some fun puns by just call...
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