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The Kustomrama Marketplace is a classified section for promoted traditional hot rods and custom cars for sale.
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For Sale: 1963 Ford Thunderbird Custom Painted in a Larry Watson-inspired green and mint panel and scallop paint job. Runs and drives great. For Sale: Bill Holzhause's 1951 Mercury - The Dragon Lady 1951 Mercury owned by Bill Holzhause of Paris, Kentucky. Known as "The Dragon Lady," the car was built by Bob Nitti of Jersey City, New Jersey, in the early 1980s. For Sale: Clyde Wooten's 1958 Pontiac Chieftain Period correct late 1950s custom with many small balanced details. Custom bodywork by Paul Gilbert. Nosed and decked. Shaved door handles. 1960 Oldsmobile grille. For Sale: Mike Young's 1933 Ford 5-Window Coupe The Rodder's Journal cover car. 1933 Ford 5-Window Coupe owned by Mike Young of Austin, Texas. In 2001 Young convinced Lee Pratt that he needed to have a late 1950s early 1960s inspired hot rod built. For Sale: Mike Young's 1948 Buick Special Sedanette Mild custom. Modern Art Morrison frame by Limeworks. Chevrolet ZZ4 383 stroker engine, Custom Matterson radiator and a GM 700R4 automatic transmission. Full custom upholstery by legendary Southern California upholsterer Joe Perez. For Sale: Mike Young's 1936 Ford 3-Window Coupe Built by Gary Howard in 2009. Hot rodded by Lee Pratt in 2015. Powered by a Jim Cook rebuilt 1967 Chevrolet 327ci V8 with a slightly larger cam that was paired with a performance four-speed GM 700R4 Turbo Hydra-Matic automatic transmission and a Ford nine-inch rear end. For Sale: Mike Duarte's 1963 Ford Thunderbird Custom This beautiful ‘63 California Custom T-Bird has had high-quality work performed on the body, paint, and interior. The car has won numerous car shows and has been featured in many magazines. For Sale: Luke Ennion's Little Menace Bubble Top Show Rod built by Luke Ennion of Auckland, New Zealand. The build was started in 2010, and it features a body made from Ford Anglia body parts. For Sale: The Juxtapod The Juxtapod is a 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. For Sale: Richard Howard's 1954 Mercury Monterey 1954 Mercury Monterey owned by Richard Howard of Raleigh, North Carolina. Known as the 50's Legend, Richard's Merc has been featured in several magazines and it is the winner of many awards, including Best Paint at the World of Wheels. For Sale: Bob Betz's 1954 Chevrolet Bel-Air A beautiful custom with a 2 inch chopped top, one-piece hood, frenched headlights and taillights, custom interior, 1957 Cadillac hubcaps, Custom Bloomers skirts, and much more. 235 6 cylinder engine, 3-speed column shift, Jamco suspension. For Sale: 1932 Ford Sedan Delivery 1932 Ford Sedan Delivery. Located in Nebraska. All steel. SBC/350/9 inch. Leather interior. High end build. Low miles. Asking US $100,000. For Sale: Joe Wilhelm's Wild Dream Wild Dream is a show rod designed and built by Joe Wilhelm at Wilhelm's Custom Shop for John Hernandez. Built over a three year period, the wild rod featured a futuristic hand-formed aluminum body that was covered with 20 coats of purple metalflake paint. For Sale: Roy Abendroth's 1955 Buick Century - The BuSonic Known as the "BuSonic," Roy Abendroth's 1955 Buick was restyled by John Schott over a three year period. Completed in 1963, the list of modidications included canted quad headlights, hydraulic lifts and a sparkling Copper Metalflake paint job by Larry Watson. For Sale: Frank De Rosa's 1966 Buick Riviera "The Golden Piranha" Frank De Rosa has been cutting up and customizing cars since 1943. In 1949 he opened up De Rosa Custom Body and Fender in Pittsburg, California, a shop that still is in business, operated by the De Rosa family. Frank has now turned 91 years old, and he has decided to sell off one of his old builds. For Sale: John North's 1957 Ford "White Pearl" 1957 Ford restyled by Riverside Auto Body for Choppers of Rockville President John North of Rockville, Connecticut. The car is also known as the "White Pearl". John purchased the Ford brand new in 1957, and it was immediately sent off for a restyling.


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