1922 Ford Model T Roadster Pickup

  • Credited with starting the T-bucket craze
  • Hot Rod magazine cover in October 1955
  • Featured on TV in “Mr. Kagle and the Baby Sitter” in 1956
  • Paint, crab-claw flames and pinstripes by Dean Jeffries
  • Car Craft cover: April, 1957
  • Starred on the TV show “77 Sunset Strip,” in 1958, and was called “Kookie’s Kar” after show character Gerald “Kookie” Kookson III
  • Sold to Jim “Street” Skonzakes for $3,000 in 1959
  • Later painted Rose Pearl with Candy Red flames by Larry Read More

1957 Chevrolet 210 Pro-Street

  • Built Chevrolet small-block V8 engine
  • BDS blower
  • Dual Holley 4-barrel carburetors
  • Mallory ignition with Powermaster coil
  • Be Cool aluminum radiator with dual fans
  • Headers and dual exhaust
  • Automatic transmission
  • Tubbed with narrowed rear axle
  • Auto Meter 9,000-rpm tachometer and auxiliary gauges
  • B&M shifter
  • Grant GT steering wheel
  • Weld Racing wheels
  • Mickey Thompson tires

1932 Ford Roadster

1932 Ford Roadster
  • The famous ’32 Ford roadster that raced the quarter horse in 1944
  • Russetta Timing Association tag: 120.9 mph at Harper Dry Lake, 1944
  • Starred in several hot rod B movies in the 1950s
  • Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance “Best Historic Hot Rod”
  • Named as one of the Most Significant 1932 Fords of all time in 2007

1952 Allard K2 Custom

  • Modified by legendary California customizer George Barris
  • Painted and pinstriped by the incomparable Von Dutch
  • Updated for performance and reliability
  • Previously owned by Hollywood actor Jeff Cooper
  • Colorado Grand participant
  • Displayed at the 2007 Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance

1932 Ford 3-Window Drag Coupe

  • Inaugural 1954 ATAA World Series of Drag Racing Class AB Champion
  • Same owner for more than 60 years; driven less than one mile since 1954
  • Built by Francis Fortman and driven by Kenny Kerr
  • Competed in only one drag-racing event, then stashed away
  • Documented with the title from 1952, vintage racing photos, discovery photos and the ATAA program
  • Featured in Hot Rod DeLuxe, Ol’ Skool Rods and Old Cars Weekly magazines
  • Powered by a 4-carburetor, Edelbrock-equipped, alcohol-burning flathead V8
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1933 Ford 5-Window Custom Coupe

  • 1951 Cadillac V8 engine with three carburetors
  • GM 700R4 automatic transmission
  • More than 60 years of documented history
  • 1955 Ford Rotunda Custom Show Sweepstakes winner
  • 1955, 1956 and 1957 Detroit Autorama award winner
  • Awarded 32 trophies in 21 shows beginning in 1955
  • 10 Best of Show Awards
  • Built by Oliver Hine; later owned by his son Jack Hine
  • Restored from 2008 to 2011
  • 2011 Detroit Autorama Preservation Award

1929 Ford Boyd Coddington “Alumatub”

Called the “Alumatub,” this hand-crafted Boyd Coddington creation was built on the popular “American Hot Rod” TV series on the Discovery Channel.

It has a hand-formed all-aluminum body by Marcel Delay on a specially constructed Coddington aluminum frame and chassis.

It’s powered by an aluminum 350-ci Chevy engine, with Barry Grant Demon Six-Shooter three-deuce carburetion, a TH350 Turbo Hydra-Matic transmission with a Mooneyes electronic shifter, and it has a Winters quick-change rear end, one-off knockoff wheels and lift-off top. It’s Read More

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