1963 Ford E-100 Pro Street
Here's one hell of a 1959 Chevrolet El Camino,
Owned by Felipe Paris Style, he did a three years restoration on this stunning ride and that shows...
Felipe asked me if I would be willing to post this movie overhere...OF COURSE! I'm honoured! Here you go... hope you enjoy this awesome ride for a long time Felipe!
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1940, Jimmy Lord and Bob Hollingshead are enjoying the company of their girlfriends knowing that these salad days will not last much longer.
276.460 is Lord's Aspinall bodied P type, possibly PA0490.
193.219 is a J3, J3756 owned by Hollingshead who was a mechanic with Kellow-Fawkner.
This car has a history which includes the LeMans 24 Hour race and record breaking at Montlhery. The J3 is now owned by Walter Magilton. Magilton Collection.
So here they are,.. the old Willy's Jeep bench seats I'd scored this week.
First I'd cut up the frame as they where not fitting.
The upholstery was bad, first i'd thought to let them be reupholstered but then I'd didn''t like the idea of a plain black bench seat and I'd wanted to keep the truck "Rat Rod" stylisch and like to do as much of the work myself. So went to the local miller and got me some coffee bean bags and went sewing myself, By hand...old school style.
In the Truck...
Turned out just fine by me ;-]
Love the lines of this 1961 Chrysler...
Makes me don't care about the four = two doors to much principle
1930-1931 Ford Model A 5 Window Coupe, Hot Rod, Patina, SBC
Hot Rod Horror
Runtime: 88 min -
Genre: Action / Horror
Director: Darrell Mapson
Writer: Willy Ortlieb
Starring: Alexandra Gorman, Willy Ortlieb, Mark MacPherson
While trying to find where her younger brother wandered off to, Jenny and David, must search an abandoned wrecking yard with a horrifying history.
1935 Dodge Coupe
1937 Oldsmobile Six
1941 Chevrolet Special De Luxe
1951 GMC 351 Tow Truck
Ford Model T
Picture by Jurgen Barkeeper...
Chevrolet Motor Company explains one of its inovations for the 1938 range of cars, the vacuum control gearshift, which was promoted as contributing to the comfort, safety and ease of driving the new cars.
To many, it's the most famous drag race car in history, even now, nearly 40 years since the last time it ran down a dragstrip in heads-up competition.
To understand why the S-W-C Willys holds such a revered place in hot rodding history, one needs to look at the events that swirled around the sport back in the early part of the '60s, when drag racing and the NHRA were just beginning to gain a national following beyond their roots on the dry lakes of Southern California.
Doug Cook. Born in Little Rock, Arkansas, in 1932, moved to Los Angeles with his family in the late '40s and was soon swept up into the burgeoning post-war hot rodding scene.
By the mid '50s, he was driving a '37 Chevy coupe with a supercharged Chevy 265, and later he drove a Willys for Howard Johansen of Howard's Cams.
When K.S. Pittman split with the Fred Stone and Tim Woods' team prior to the '61 Indy Nationals, they signed up "Cookie" to drive and wrench on their Swindler II '41 Willys coupe.