- Oscar Salvatti's 1929 Ford Model A Roadster
. Built as a C/GR Bonneville/Dry Lakes race car by Oscar and Bill Burke
in the mid 1970s
. Known as "Old Yeller," it ran 123.96 mph in 1975
according to the SCTA timing tag mounted on the dash. After the car retired from racing, it was returned to street trim. The original steel body, doors, deck lid, filled 1932 Ford
grille shell, frame, and front suspension were used as a base. A Weiand
equipped 1946 Ford
flathead, 1939 Ford
transmission, 1946 Ford
rear end, 1955 Ford
F100 front brakes and steering were added. The car has been driven 29,000 miles since the 1991
restoration. Located in Portland
, the car is advertised for sale for US $38,000
. Get in touch with David Brost
or 503-757-3951 for more information. Click here for more info and photos
- 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
, 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
- 1936 Chrysler
Business Coupe Restomod. Excellent driver. Powered by a Mopar 318 cu.in. engine with a three-speed automatic transmission. Burgundy paint accented with professional pinstriping. Mag wheels all around. Disc brakes. Located in Sarasota
, the car is advertised for sale for US $44,500 obo. Get in touch with Bob Williams
at 810-510-6244 or firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information and photos.
Gerald Quam's 1934 Ford
Tudor Sedan of Scotsdale
. Known as The Tijuana Taxi
, Quam's tudor sedan features a 6 inch chopped top. 1936 Ford flathead with original McCullough supercharger. Originally built in the 1950s. Titled and plated in Arizona. The asking price in March of 2020
was $22,000.00. Get in touch with Gerald for more info and photos at: (805) 844-3272
- 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
that he went from Detroit
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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