Custom 1992 Corvette & 1967 Volvo 1800, Excellent Condition. A complete 1992 Corvette and a complete 1967 Volvo 1800 were the starting point for this custom car. The body panels of the Corvette were modified and/or replaced with the Volvo 1800 body parts to create a vehicle that appears to be a modern looking Volvo 1800, but with all the amenities of a modern vehicle. This car is basically a Corvette that looks very much like a custom Volvo 1800 . It is titled and licensed as a 1992 Corvette.
This very unique car, which one might now logically call a custom Volvette 1800, was featured in the Volvo magazine Rolling (www.vcoa.org) in May/June and July/August 2008. It has all of the features, chassis, interior, luxury and fantastic drivability of a 1992 Corvette with the appearance of a customized Volvo 1800. All of the original Corvette features are 100% functional including heat/air conditioning, ventilation, power steering, power seats, power windows, stability ASR, etc. The Avon M600 tires are 255/45/17 front and 275/40/17 rear and these are mounted on 9 1/2″ new Corvette wheels, The amount invested in this custom professionally built car far exceeds the buy it now price.
This Volvette is complete and fully operational in every respect. It is ready for many years of use and enjoyment. The Corvette engine, drive gear and chassis are all in excellent condition. This Volvette will always turn heads and attract a crowd, and will be a real hit at car shows and concourse competitions. Check it out on eBay, click here.
VERY RARE BUS. This is a 1938 Garwood coach they made 100 aluminum. None are known to exist except this one. It does not run, but is all complete. Has serial number still on it and can be seen in the listed photos. I’ve provided two pictures for information on this bus. This bus has been in storage for many years. It needs total restoration. It has a wood floor in it. Overall solid bus. No glass in it. It is all ford factory running gear. All seats are in it. It can be hauled on a trailer Check it out on eBay, click here.
1951 FORD F100 PANEL TRUCK MILD OLD SCHOOL HOT ROD
This panel truck has rack and pinion (Mustang Fat Man?) conversion, disc brakes, Ididit tilt column, aahugah horn, conversion to 12 volt, windshield wipers, (radio delete). Believed to be 1967ish 289ci (1H213724 is the number on the pad at rear of engine on top) and C4 trans, with Ford 9 inch rear end, dual exhaust, Edelbrock carb and alum intake, roller rockers, nice big radiator with electric fan. Runs, drives and stops like it should. Check it out on eBay, click here.
1949 Dodge coupe Gasser. 1971 440 with Chrysler Long Ram intake manifold. 727 Torqueflight transmission, 8 1/4 open rear, Dual carbs Speedway straight axle, manual disc brakes. Completely rebuilt 440 balanced with a nice Thumper camshaft 2800 stall speed converter, cheater slicks. All new electrical wiring. Volt, temp, oil gauges, MOON steering wheel, Mid 50s Jag bucket seats, NEW Aluminum radiator installed. Flaked Roof. This Gasser has been in 3 magazines, Ol Skool Rodz, Mopar Collectors Guide and Mopar action when it made its debut. NO ISSUES> It”s all Mopar and a running driving car that gets the thumbs up and attention everywhere it goes! It just slings the attitude! These coupes are hard to find. It’s a solid car. Check it out on eBay, click here.
Own a piece of history with this extremely rare 1937 Bugatti Atalante kit car. Featured in Kit Car Magazine. It spent most of its life in storage and is in excellent condition.
It is the only one still known to exist today. This car was originally built by the manufacturer MOYA in 1981 as I of 2 demo units. Research indicates only 6 units were produced before the company went out of business in the early 1980’s.
It is built on a 1968 VW full size pan. This car has approximately 4630 miles on a recently completed rebuild / restore. All mechanicals were replaced. The wiring is all new complete with 3AG type fuses and full schematics. It has a full fold down top (white) complete with side curtains. The original engine has been replaced with a new 1600 dual port motor sporting a chrome dress up package. The transmission is a 4 speed standard shift. Air shocks were added to the rear suspension along with an on board compressor which is controlled directly from the dash. Newly upholstered seats and carpets were added. Two new rear Stoker white wall tires added. Check it out on eBay, click here.
This is a 1947 Ford Coupe Frame Off Build, no expense spared. It has a 460 cid Ford with Jon Kaase super cobra jet heads, 695 hp, an 1150 cfm Quick Fuel carb, C6 trans, Dana 60 rear end with 3.54 gears, 4 link rear suspension, 4 wheel drilled and slotted power disc brakes, coil overs all 4 corners, Canton oil system, Mother Thumper cam, Lokar shifter, Weld Racing Wheels, GPS Speedometer, Ron Francis wiring and much more. E-Mail me for more pictures and more info. This car is a lot of fun to drive and gets a lot of ooohs and aaaahs. This is a driver NOT a trailer queen. Check it out on eBay, click here.
1948 Pontiac Seadn with GM crate 350 tri power intake, GM performance 350 turbo trans, stock front end with Fatman drop spindles, disk brakes, power rack and pinion steering, 9″rear with disk brakes, Lokar shifter, Moon gauges, Moon steering wheel, Vintage Air heat/air, to many cool period correct trinkets to list, coil cover, overflow tank, power doors, trunk latch, hood latch, cowl vent, exhaust cutouts, original Sears luggage trailer restored to original condition. Over 50 custom mods to the body. This is a show winning car. Paint and interior are flawless. All metal work is perfect; door gaps and so on. Car runs and drives as it should. Around 5000 miles on it since built. Check it out on eBay, click here.
This is a drive anywhere, anytime car that will get approximately 20+ mpg and NEVER RUNS HOT. This is an eight year old build that does show some wear on the interior and has chips in the paint. Under the hood is a LS1 engine. The car retains all the original sheet metal except the driver side floor pan. All paint and body work was done on a rotisserie. Car also has numerous upgrades in the areas of suspension, wheels, air conditioning, brakes, and exterior trim. Check it out on eBay, click here.
This is a 1936 Chevrolet P/U with an older restoration to a hot rod. This truck has a 355 engine with a TH350 transmission. The engine has an Edelbrock aluminum intake and a Holley 4BBL carburetor with cast iron heads. It is cooled by an aluminum radiator with a 16″ electric fan. I did not build this truck so I do not know what size cam was used, but it hits hard. The body is 95% metal with the rear fenders being the only fiberglass on this truck. It is setting on a S10 frame with American Racing Torq Thrust wheels on all 4 corners, 17×9.5 on rear 17×8 on front. It has manual R&P steering with a close ratio steering box. This makes it very easy to steer and Mustang II front end. The transmission shifter is a B&M but it also comes with a 23″ vintage style Lokar shifter still in the box. The brakes are power with disc on the front. The rear end is a 10 bolt positive traction with around 3.42:1 ratio. The front and rear also has anti sway bars. It has an aluminum fuel cell mounted in the back. Check it out on eBay, click here.