There are cars that’ll make their driver happy when he experiences that thrill of automotive nirvana, and then there are cars that’ll make everyone who sees the car happy…this is one of the latter. Find this 1940 Ford Pickup V8 Flathead bidding for $4,600 in Assonet, MA via ebay motors. From the seller: for auction […]
I remember when seeing a Volkswagen Beetle with a Rolls Royce front end was both a novelty and interesting, but that was a long time ago. Today, seeing a stock Beetle is the oddity as many have been turned into Baja Bugs or El Caminos or whatever, like this next thing…which is…I’m not sure. Find this 1973 Volkswagen Beetle offered for $5500 in Massillon, OH via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!
Find this 1940 Ford Sedan Delivery here on eBay offered for $18,500 buy-it-now with 2 days to go, located in Champaign, IL. From eBay: Originally In Idaho, I bought it in California, shipped to Illinois. I have Copy of Cal. title and clear Ill. title in my name! and have made contact with 1973 Utah […]
The 1940 Ford Coupe was flathead-V8 powered classic that shared most of its major components with the 1937/1938/1939 Fords, but it sported a new flat-top hood and some grill changes to differentiate it from its older siblings. Find this 1940 Ford Standard Business Coupe here on eBay bidding for $11,500 reserve-not-met with a $15,900 buy-it-now, […]
The description says it all: The real deal built in 1957. This was the vehicle that brought grand pappy’s mountain dew out of the holler at full chat, looking completely nondescript doing so. The Cadillac V8, which looks to be a 331 at first glance, fits snugly into a discreetly lowered ’40 Ford truck body […]
By the late 1930s, Fords use of the Model T/A/K designation had changed, and now they just made a single car, available in Standard and DeLuxe trims and designated by the model year. This next car is a 1940 Ford, which can be generalized as a 1937 Ford with a few small (year by year) […]
The Volkswagen Beetle was built in a such prodigious numbers that over time people have found the most curious ways to disguise them — which it is sort of insulting to the original Czech-born designer, a guy named Ferdinand Porsche. Anyway, this next custom has somehow skirted the line between insulting E.T. “Bob” Gregorie, the […]