Channeled Cars for Sale

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11.18.2020 - The Juxtapod. 1928 Ford Model AA Truck built by Mattias Andersson of LeBeef Kustom Metal Works for Johan Belin and Ludvig Löfgren of Sweden. Built in a 1960s show rod style, the truck is a rolling art project incorporating Swedish state of the art crystal design by Ludvig Löfgren. Located in Sweden, the ca was advertised for sale on the Kustomrama Marketplace in November of 2020. Click here for more info and photos on www.thejuxtapod.com.
10.08.2020 - Ron Price's 1933 Ford 3-Window Coupe. Originally built in the early 1960s. Part rod, part custom, it made its debut at the 1961 National Roadster Show where it won the Street Rod Coupe class. In the late 1970s, Ed Roth was commissioned to redo the coupe for a later owner, and he gave it an orange paint job that he dressed up with pinstriping. The car has been driven very little since, and today it is one of the few original surviving examples of Roth's paint and pinstriping. Currently located in Phoenix, Arizona, the old hot rod is now looking for a new caretaker. The asking price is US $ 85,000. Click here for more info and photos.
08.21.2020 - 1939 Ford DeLuxe Convertible. Built by Roy Grimm in the late 1970s. Chopped top. Channeled and Sectioned body. Shaved bumpers. Powered by a big Cadillac V8 with a Turbo 400 tranny. Located in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, the car was advertised for sale on eBay in August of 2020. Click here to check out the eBay auction listing.

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