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Tampa

Year: 1927
Model: Roadster
Color: Black
Transmission: C4 Automatic
Engine: Ford 59A Flathead V8
This gorgeous hot rod was originally built for the California show car circuit. This was achieved with an order to Shadow Rods with a unique build of their Premium Package, 1927 Model-T hot rods. The body was stretched 4 inches, widened 2 inch and raised 3' overall. A Functioning cowl flap, removable top, and chrome swing-out windshield were added as well....

Denver

Year: 1928
Model: Roadster Pickup
Color: Grey
Transmission: 3-Speed Manual
Engine: Studebaker I-6
This 'Rat-Rod' is powered by a Studebaker inline 6 cylinder backed by a 3-speed manual transmission. Inside and outside of this amazing build you will find some truly unique touches including a pair of wrenches that hold the carb spring and a vintage doorknob repurposed as the shifter knob among other things. The most unique and innovative feature on this pickup...

Scottsdale

Year: 1928
Model: Model A Roadster
Color: Green
Transmission: 4-Spd Manual
Engine: 324 V8
You're gonna 'rock around the clock' as the proud new owner of this piece of machinery! Grease the hair back, grab a black comb, put your Wayfarers on and your leather jacket, it's time to cruise the strip! This unique build is a no frills, all business type of roadster. Powered by a very unconventional Oldsmobile 324 cubic inch V8 from...

New Arrival Today

Year: 1929
Model: Roadster
Color: Black
Transmission: 5 speed Manual
Engine: 425 CID Nailhead V8
This is a completely built 1929 Ford Roadster showpiece that you might have seen picking up awards at a Good Guys or SEMA show or maybe read about in Motor Trend or Speed Hunters. Performance is what Eddie likes to have in the cars that he builds, but this three-pedal Model A Roadster has a lot of style, too! Up front...

Fort Lauderdale

Year: 1929
Model: Model A Roadster
Color: Orange & Tan
Transmission: 4 speed auto Automatic
Engine: 5.7 Lit LT1 V8
Take a look at this bad boy- clean lines, and well done. Sits great too. It's a big departure from a stock 1929 Ford A, that's for sure- a time when the stock market crashed, and the world as they knew it changed dramatically. We really love the colors and finish on this car, as it gives it a sporty, yet...

Kansas City

Year: 1930
Model: Model A Roadster
Color: Red
Transmission: Automatic
Engine: V8
This is not your average 1930 Model A, this Model A has been completely customized and restored. With a strong running 350 paired to a smooth shifting automatic transmission, this Model A is sure to be a blast to drive! The exterior is finished in stunning bright red paint, and has a black leather interior with grey accents and red stitching....

Philadelphia

Year: 1931
Model: Model A Roadster
Color: Burgundy
Transmission: Automatic
Engine: 350 CID LT1 V8
This is a Brookville steel Body Hot Rod. Built for the current owner in 2000 with about 500 miles on her this beautiful Hot Rod is ready to be enjoyed by a new owner. Powered by a Corvette LT1 350 CI V8. With an 4L80E Automatic transmission. This Hot Rod features a TCI chassis, a Ford 9- inch polished Curri rear...

Orlando

Year: 1931
Model: Model A
Submodel: Roadster Pickup Truck
Color: Red
Transmission: 5-Speed Manual
Engine: 383 Stroker V8
Ford's Model A was their follow up to the revolutionary Model T. With a more user-friendly design the Model A was popular and successful in its own right. This 1931 Roadster pickup is finished in a nice eye catching red paint job. The steel body is from Brooksville Roadsters. As you walk around the vehicle you'll notice nice details like the...

Denver

Year: 1931
Model: Roadster
Color: Maroon/Silver
Transmission: 3 Speed Manual
Engine: 4 cil
This beauty which is only 90 years young! and came from Palm Springs California, and is ready for a nice day out on the local Cruise Scene. reminiscent of a time long ago when life was simple, and cars were works of art.

It has all the right combination of colors that will attract a lot of lookers and Thumbs up!...

Philadelphia

Year: 1931
Model: Roadster
Color: Brown
Transmission: 3 Speed Manual
Engine: 239 Flat Head V8
This Roadster has a traditional 1948 Ford Flathead V8 with Offenhauser intake and heads sitting on top a pair of Speedway's Super 7 Carburetors are perched under a Custom wood trimmed air cleaner housing! Equipped with stainless steel headers and exhaust and backed by a rebuilt 1939 Ford transmission matted to a 1931 Banjo rear. Now to the Not so Traditional...

New Arrival Today

Year: 1932
Model: Roadster
Submodel: Hi-Boy
Color: Viper Red
Transmission: 700R4 Automatic
Engine: 572 CID V8
This build began with a '32 Ford chassis and a Harwood body that was stretched 6' in the door and cowl. Walking around this '32 one should notice the striking 'Viper Red' PPG color that really stands out. Large chrome headlights and a Dan Fink custom grille set this Roadster off while the Billet Specialties aluminum/alloy 'Salt Flat Style' wheels at...

Milwaukee

Year: 1932
Model: Highboy
Submodel: Convertible
Color: Burgundy
Transmission: 4 Speed Manual
Engine: 350ci Small Block V8
No car captures the spirit of Hot Rodding like the '32 Ford! When the Ford Model A debuted in the late 1920's it was a welcome design change from the Model T that was getting long in tooth. Then in 1932 the Ford Motor Company debuted its first V-8 engine and from there a legend was born! After World War II,...

Kansas City

Year: 1932
Model: Roadster
Color: COPPER
Transmission: 4 Speed Auto Automatic
Engine: LS1 V8
This 1932 Ford Roadster is a special high-end show car. This completely custom one-off masterpiece was hand formed/rolled out of aluminum and steel by master builder Greg BlackFord from Lake Bluff, IL. His team invested over 12,000 hours(billed at $100 per hour, resulting in over a $1. 2 million build) in the car. This car was specifically designed and built to...

Orlando

Year: 1932
Model: Roadster
Color: Black
Transmission: TH350 Transmission Automatic
Engine: 350 CI Automatic V-8 Engine V8
When it comes to old school hotrods the 32 Ford is THE car of the era. Instantly recognizable, the Highboy bodystyle is a favorite for those looking for classic Ford style and a hot rod drivetrain. This particular example is finished in a bold black paint job and features a black cloth top. As you walk around the vehicle you'll notice...

St. Louis

Year: 1932
Model: Roadster
Color: GREEN
Transmission: Automatic
Engine: BROOKVILLE 350CI V8
Talk about a rare find, this car has been very well kept and cared for. Being brought out only during the summer months for car shows and cruises, the cleanliness on this baby really shows from top to bottom. Painted in a metallic forest green with tan interior, it really is quite the color combo to turn heads and break necks....

Detroit

Year: 1932
Model: Roadster
Submodel: Convertible
Color: red
Transmission: 3 speed Manual
Engine: 301 Chevy with a blower V8
Your chance to own a piece of hot rod history! This 1932 Roadster is truly one of a kind. Featured in the American Rodder magazine from March of 1964 and 'retired' shortly after, this car hasn't changed in all those years! Show winner in the 1963 show known now as Autorama. A year before the 'Riddler award'! This Roadster has a...

Detroit

Year: 1932
Model: Roadster
Color: Red
Transmission: 3 Speed Automatic
Engine: 350 CID V8
This custom-built street rod is powered by a 350 CI V8 with a Holley 4 BBL Carburetor, paired to a 350 Turbo-Hydromatic 3-Speed Automatic Transmission. The exterior is sporting a hot bright red paint job, complemented by a sleek custom sculpted tan interior with a bench seat. Modifications on this show stopping street rod include, Weiand aluminum intake, ceramic headers, chrome...

Scottsdale

Year: 1932
Model: Highboy
Submodel: Steel Roadster
Color: Burgandy
Transmission: 3-Spd Automatic
Engine: 350 CID V8
This gem is finished in a beautiful burgundy basecoat with clearcoat, Mercedes type carpet and cocoa soft leather interior with a removable hard top. Powering this Ford is a crate Chevrolet 350 V8 with a 700R4 automatic transmission with overdrive and a Currie 9 inch Ford rear end. Sound is delivered by a set of Sanderson headers and carried through a...

Las Vegas

Year: 1932
Model: Roadster
Color: Black
Transmission: Turbo 350 Automatic
Engine: 383 Crate
With Bebops fiberglass body, suicide doors, custom black paint job with flames this hot rod is ready to roll! Powered by a 383 Chevy crate engine mated to an automatic transmission and power to the ground through a Heidt independent suspension rear end. The suspension components are all chromed and polished. The custom interior is bright red and the finishing touches...

Milwaukee

Year: 1932
Model: Hi-Boy
Submodel: Roadster Convertible
Color: Gold
Transmission: 5 Speed Manual
Engine: 2.4 Liter Turbocharged Eco
The 1930s seen an array of models across multiple brand names. Ford basically struck gold when the Highboy was created, making one of the most sought-after bases to turn into straight performance machines. This Highboy grabs your attention from square one with a matching gold on gold exterior with a tan convertible top and matched gold wheels with chrome hub caps...

Scottsdale

Year: 1934
Model: Cabriolet
Submodel: Roadster Convertible
Color: Tangerine Kandy
Transmission: 3-Spd Automatic
Engine: 383 CID V8
This wolf in sheep's clothing is loaded with extras including A/C, heat, defrost, auto trans, power windows, power locks, power steering, tilt column and a soft top. This build was completed in 2015 and a mere 3385 miles have been put on it since. Speaking of a wolf in sheep's clothing, let's talk about the 383 stroker matched to a turbo...

Scottsdale

Year: 1937
Model: Roadster
Submodel: Coupe Cabriolet
Color: SlingShot Yellow
Transmission: 3-Spd Automatic
Engine: GM Crate motor ZZ4 350 CID V8
The ZZ4 350 cubic inch V8 is mated to a 3 speed automatic transmission with ample power to scoot this canary down the road. No expense was spared during the build of this show car. This car was completed in 2004 and has clocked just under 5,000 miles since then. A Ford 9 inch rear end puts the power to the...

Scottsdale

Year: 1939
Model: Deluxe
Submodel: Custom Roadster
Color: Bright Blue Metallic
Transmission: 4-spd GM 700R4 Automatic
Engine: 4.6L Northstar V8
This Boyd Coddington style body is finished in Bright Blue Metallic and featuring a matching hard top that plays well with the read and black leather interior. This one is powered by the 4. 6L 32 Valve Northstar V8 with polished valve covers, an intake topped by a Custom throttle body and Custom headers with full side exhaust exits. The transmission...

St. Louis

Year: 1941
Model: Super Deluxe
Submodel: convertible
Color: Tan
Transmission: 3 Speed manual
Engine: Flathead V8
Under the hood of this mostly original 1941 Ford Super Deluxe Convertible is a flat-head V8 with a much loved and fun to drive 3 on the tree manual transmission. These flatheads really purr on these old Fords, and this one seems to be in great condition and the transmission shifts smoothly! For 1941 we have some pretty nice options -...

Las Vegas

Year: 1947
Model: Coupe
Submodel: Convertible
Color: Candy Tangerine Orange
Transmission: Automatic
Engine: 454 Big Block Chevy
This 47' is one hot item with her custom candy tangerine orange paint job, power convertible top, and a pair of Ray Bans, you'll be off to the drag strip in style. One look into the chrome inspired engine bay and you'll see the 454 v8 Big Block chevy waiting to fire up. Mated to the TH400 automatic transmission, you won't...

Denver

Year: 1955
Model: Thunderbird
Submodel: Convertible
Color: Canary Yellow
Transmission: 3 Speed Manual
Engine: 292 CID V8
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Gateway Classic Cars of Denver is proud to offer this unique 1955 Ford Thunderbird.

Released in October 1954 as a 1955 model, it was initially offered in just three colors, Raven Black, Torch Red or Thunderbird Blue. The sales of these cars met and exceeded all projections, so in the early Spring of 1955 Snowshoe...

Louisville

Year: 1955
Model: Thunderbird
Submodel: Convertible
Color: YELLOW
Transmission: 3 speed Manual
Engine: V8
The Thunderbird was released in 1955 as Ford's 'personal car'. It was not a direct competitor to the Corvette but with their similarity's it was very hard not to compare the 2. The Thunderbirds first model year was 1955 and outsold the Corvette by a substantial margin, like 23:1. Ford considered it a personal luxury car more than a sports car....

St. Louis

Year: 1956
Model: Thunderbird
Submodel: Convertible
Color: Green
Transmission: Automatic
Engine: 292 Y-Block V8
If you're ready to take a cruise around town and do so in some style, simply hop in, turn the key, shift it into gear, and this spunky 312 V8 will have you rolling. The 312 V8, which produces approximately 225 HP is linked to a Ford O Matic 3 speed transmission. During the restoration originality was key and they tried...

Louisville

Year: 1957
Model: Thunderbird
Submodel: Convertible
Color: Blue
Transmission: 3 Speed Automatic
Engine: 312 CID V8
This blue hard-top convertible Bird is in driver quality condition and ready to hit the streets with the top on or off. The interior is in great condition and shows little to no wear. The options on this 1957 Ford Thunderbird include: Am/Fm, Manual Hard Top, rag top, Spare Tire, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Seat Belts, and Radial Tires w/ White...

Las Vegas

Year: 1957
Model: Thunderbird
Submodel: Convertible
Color: Gray
Transmission: 2 Speed Automatic
Engine: V8
The Thunderbird entered production for the 1955 model year as a sporty two-seat convertible. Unlike the Chevrolet Corvette, it was not marketed as a sports car. Ford positioned the Thunderbird as an upscale model and is credited in developing a new market segment - the personal luxury car. Though sharing some design characteristics with other Fords of the time; such as...

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