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For Sale: Barry Atkins' 1955 Chevrolet
Rumor has it that Barry Atkins' 1955 Chevrolet was first restyled in 1958. In the early 1980s Red McCormick of East Hartford, Connecticut bought the car from Durham, Connecticut. Red sold it to Barry Atkins, who restored it and restyled it further. Today the car is owned by Marc M. of WIttmann, Arizona. Marc have two other projects that he needs to get done, so the Chevrolet is up for grabs.
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Cam Snappers of Newburyport's 1930 Ford Model A Roadster
The Cam Snappers of Newburyport, Massachusetts was established in 1952. In 1954 they built this Olds powered channeled 1930 Ford Model A roadster. The car is still around, and in May of 2014 it was advertised for sale on Hemmings. Click here for more info...
Jim Hill's 1921 Dodge Truck
A unique piece of Vallejo hot rod history is currently up for grabs on eBay. Known as the "Barbecued Stovebolt" and the "Hybrid Hot Rod", Jim Hill's 1921 Dodge truck was built between 1946 and 1951. In 1952 the truck won first prize for originality at the Oakland Roadster Show. The car has been in storage for nearly 50 years, and it is in a complete and very good condition. Click here for more info...
Richard Korkes' 1954 Ford Convertible - The Parisienne
The Parisienne is an iconic East Coast Custom restyled by Richard "Korky" Korkes of Korky's Kustom Shop in Whippany, New Jersey in the late 1950s. The car was Korky's first claim to fame, and it received top awards in many shows and a lot of coverage in magazines. Today the car is owned by Korky's best friend Michael Gale Black. It is complete, but in a need of a total restoration. Click here for more info...
Bob Nordskog's 1963 Chevrolet Corvette - The Asteroid
The Asteroid is a 1963 Chevrolet Corvette that Barris Kustoms restyled for dry lakes racer Bob Nordskog in 1963. Bob bought the car brand new with intensions of having Barris restyle it. The Asteroid is still around, and it was recently restored back to how it first appeared in 1963. In January of 2014 the restored version of the car will be offered for sale at the Barret-Jackson Scottsdale auction. More info...
Fred Cain's 1940 Ford
Fred Cain of Wilmington, Massachusetts started racing his chopped and channeled Ford coupe in 1948. In 1953 it gained national recognition when it was featured in Honk! August 1953. The magazine had a hard time defining the car, so they described it as a "Custom-Rod". Fifty years later the definition is still valid and relevant as the restored version of Fred's coupe was advertised for sale on eBay in October of 2013. More info...
Jerry Woodward's X2000
In 1962 Jerry Woodward of Provo, Utah entered a very futuristic, three-wheeled custom creation at the 1962 Grand National Roadster Show. The car, dubbed the X2000, is still around, and it was in September of 2013 advertised for sale on eBay. At the time, the car was in a mint unrestored condition. More info...
Ray Farhner's 1963 Chevrolet Corvette - Outer Limits
In 1963 Ray Farhner of Farhner Custom Shop in Kansas City, Missouri restyled a brand new 1963 Chevrolet Corvette. The car was brand new, and had less then 100 miles on it, but it had been badly damaged in a high speed crash. Featuring asymmetrical styling, Ray spent 6 weeks turning the wrecked Corvette in to a show car called Outer Limits. August 1-3, 2013 Outer Limits will be offered for sale at the Auctions of America California Collector Car Auction in Burbank, California. More info...
Leo Lyons' 1950 Mercury - The Ultra Modern Merc
Leo Lyons' 1950 Mercury, a very radical and futuristic custom creation is currently up for grabs. Leo built his Ultra Modern Merc over a span of 9 years. The one off a kind car was almost entirely crafted of aluminum. Once completed, it landed the cover of Custom Cars February 1960. Today the car is located in the Nor Cal Bay Area, and it really deserves to be bought and restored back to it's former glory.
Dave Stuckey's 1965 Pontiac Catalina
In 1969, well known customizer Dave Stuckey of Stuckey Kustom in Kansas was still restyling cars like he did back in the 1950s. So when he set off to customize his own 1965 Pontiac Catalina, he decided to have it chopped, sectioned, channeled and lowered. After driving it for a while, Dave sold the car to David Schluck in 1972. David has now decided to part with his old custom, and his asking price is $30,000.00.
Richard Zocchi's Second 1962 Pontiac Grand Prix
In 1962 Gene Winfield of Winfield's Custom Shop restyled a 1962 Pontiac Grand prix for Richard Zocchi. About 40 years later Zocchi decided that he wanted a chopped clone of his old custom, so he commissioned Lucky 7 Customs of Antioch to build him one. The build was completed in 2002. The car is currently up for grabs, looking just as good as it did 11 years ago.
Ray Farhner's X-Ray
The X-Ray, a futuristic show rod built by Missouri customizer Ray Farhner of Farhner Custom Shop, is currently up for sale. The car is located in Kansas City, and it has been painted yellow pearl with modern style graphics in the recesses. The X-Ray is a turnkey car, and it runs great. Asking price is $50,000.00.
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Gene Boucher's 1956 Ford - The Marquis
The Marquis is a radically customized 1956 Ford restyled by Bill Cushenbery of Cushenbery Custom Shop for Gene Boucher. The build took was two and a half year in the works before it made its debut in January of 1962. Gene kept the car until he passed away. After swapping hands a couple times, the old show car ended up with Bud Millard who had restored it back to show condition. Still owned by Bud, the car is currently up for sale.
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Harry Costa's 1941 Ford
Harry Costa is currently selling his 1941 Ford Convertible. Harry bought the car in 1953, and started customizing it shortly after he got it. The body was channeled 7 inches over the frame, the fenders were raised, hood sectioned and much more before Hall's Top Shop in Oakland fit the car with a padded top. The car still looks and runs good, and the asking price is $40 000.
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