When Nicholas Essinger finally got around to buying a car from the 1940s, he made sure he got a nice one. Today, he is the proud owner of a meticulously maintained 1948 Plymouth Super DeLuxe four-door sedan.
Without precedent for its history, widely acclaimed custom shop Ringbrothers has appeared with an affectionately reestablished pickup. "Clem 101," a Ford F100 with broad body alterations, dazzling chrome work and recently built Ringbrothers billet extras. Ringbrothers calls it Clem 101 and like huge numbers of Ringbrothers' different modifications, the 1956 F-100 mixes present-day innovation and
If you were a bootlegger back in the '40s, this 1940 Ford Standard Coupe would have been the kind of car you dreamed of owning. It had plenty of space for jars and bottles, was stealthy in the dark, but most importantly it had a flathead V8. If you know your bootlegging history, you know...
1956 Chevy Bel Air Beautiful frame off Restoration Not perfect but very clean top and bottom. Trim and paint is really nice. 265 motor Power glide transmission Electric fan Power steering Power brakes, front disk Cold AC Power windows Retro blue tooth radio Lowered 2 inches New white wall tires