Historic Hot Rods for Sale

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06.12.2020 - The ElDorodder. 1932 Ford Tudor Sedan. Build started by ElDorodders car club President Bill White in the 1950s. Bill passed away in 1959, and it sat unfinished tucked away in a barn for many years. Build completed in recent years. Completed as the owner felt the car may have looked for the hot rod show circuit in the 1950s. Painted Dark Cherry Pearl, it is powered by a Cadillac 390 ci V8 with a Ford 3-speed transmission. Located in Grand Rapids, Michigan, the car was advertised for sale on eBay in June of 2020. The asking price was US $59,000. Click here to check out the eBay ad.
06.12.2020 - Bob Zelahowski's 1932 Ford Tudor Sedan - "The Green Meanie." Survivor East Coast hot rod originally built in 1960. Well known from the I.S.C.A show circuit. Very well cared for. Low miles. Powered by a 1959 Pontiac 389 motor, it runs two 4s, an Isky cam, B&M 4 speed hydro, a Mercury rear end, a chromed axle, and 1940 Ford front brakes. It is painted dark green with a black and white interior. Located in Southern California, the car is advertised for sale for US $34,000. Get in touch with Frank at 805-914-9255 for more info and details.
05.28.2020 - Stan Betz's 1939 Bantam Roadster. Stan purchased the Bantam in 1955. In 1962 he started to build it into a custom sprinter, installing a brand new 1962 Chevrolet 4 cylinder crate motor that he hopped up. Larry Licon restyled the body, adapting a 1932 Ford windshield to the cowl. Stan mixed the custom candy paint colors and Paul Knierim applied the beautiful yellow and blue candy paint job. Von Dutch did the striping and Don Edmunds, longtime sprint car builder fashioned a pair of aluminum bucket seats and the car was turned over to Whitey in Seal Beach to trim the interior. Featured on the cover of Street Rodder March 1981, Bill Hebal has owned the car for nine years. Bill has decided to sell the car, and he is now looking for a new caretaker for the historic Bantam. The car is located in Door County, Wisconsin. Get in touch with Bill at whebal@yahoo.com for more info and photos.
05.14.2020 - Ron Maxwell's 1934 Ford 5-Window Coupe. Old Salt Lake City, Utah hot rod originally built in 1954. Located in Westwood, New Jersey, the car was advertised for sale on eBay in May of 2020. The car was listed with a US $150,000 Buy it Now price. Click here to check out the eBay ad.
04.03.2020 - 1932 Ford Pick Up. Wyoming survivor hot rod built in 1955. Rarely driven before it was parked in 1982. Everything left exactly how it was originally built. 1949 Ford 8BA Flathead. Edmunds intake. Crestliner steeringwheel. Located in Redding, California the car was advertised for sale on Craigslist in April of 2020. The asking price was US $27,000. Click here to check out the Craigslist ad.
04.02.2020 - Jim Cooper's 1931 Ford Model A Roadster. Survivor show rod known as The Cockroach. Built by Jim Cooper of southern Illinois between 1959 and 1965. 4 inch chopped windshield. Body channeled 8 inches over a chromed 1932 Ford frame. Chrome galore. Firewall and whole underbody chromed. Original paint, very good for its age. Interior still in great shape. Carpet redone. 425 Nailhead and a GM400 transmission. Mechanically perfect. Located in Lodi, California, the car was advertised for sale on Craigslist in March of 2020. The asking price was US $69,000, but the seller was also considering trades. Click here to check out the Craigslist ad.
04.02.2020 - Survivor 1931 Ford Model A Coupe Hot Rod. Build started by a 15-year-old kid in 1953. Channeled body. Molded fenders. Powered by a bored and hopped up 331 ci Cadillac engine. 1937 LaSalle transmission. An East Coast time capsule. Located in Morgantown, Pennsylvania the car was advertised for sale on eBay in March of 2020. Click here to check out the eBay listing.
03.31.2020 - Robert & Richard Souza's 1929 Ford Model A Sport Coupe. Built between 1958 and 1962. Same owner for 56 years. Never restored. Fully documented. Featured in Rod & Custom July 1963. Award winner at the 1963 and the 1964 National Roadster Show. Located in North Portland, the car was advertised for sale on Craigslist in March of 2020. The asking price was US $75,000. Click here to check out the Craigslist listing.
03.03.1960 - Ed Roth's Outlaw. Mr. Roth advertised his Outlaw for sale in Hot Rod Magazine March 1960. The price was not listed, but Bill Whetstone told Kustomrama that he went from Detroit, Michigan to California late in 1959 to have his 1960 Ford Starliner upholstered. After having it upholstered in Tijuana, he went over to Roth's place. Roth, who had just finished up the Outlaw, came out and looked at Bill's Starliner. "He was asking 2500 dollars for the Outlaw at that time, so he offered to make me a trade. He would trade the Outlaw even for my Ford, which would have been a great deal if I had a tow car and a trailer, but I didn't." After checking out the radical show rod, Bill told Roth that he couldn't afford a tow car, "so I never did make the trade." Thank god for that, as Bill returned to Michigan where he commissioned the Alexander Brothers into turning his Starliner into the Adonis.

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