Classics 1955 Chevy 210 Restomod Is One Cool Custom
1967 Dodge Charger: High-End Restomod with Original Mopar 383 Power
Without a constricting budget, this high quality build was aimed at recreating most of the factory look of a 1967 Dodge Charger while sneaking in all the best modern amenities.Thus far, most of the Readers' Rides submissions we've featured here on hotrod.com have been of the homebuilt hero variety—as in, someone who saved up and bought parts when they could, using hard work and automotive ingenuity to build their dream car. There is another way to get to a similar end goal, but it also involves plenty of hard work and time.
One of the coolest and cleanest Tri Five Chevys you'll find.
The Tri-Five Chevy is one of the must-have cars for any classic car collector, and this customis about as good as you'll find one. While the exterior retains all of '55 Chevy's iconic lines, this restomod being sold through sits on a tube chassis to ensure that it rides and handles as good as it looks!
If it wasn't for the lowered stance and five-spoke wheels, this '55 Chevy would be easy to mistake for a stock classic with perfect chrome and a gorgeous blue color. Even the interior looks about as period correct as a Tri Five Chevy gets these days with bench cloth seats and original aluminum dash trim, but it's upgraded with a floor shifter, billet steering wheel, digital gauges and air conditioning from Vintage Air.
1970 Plymouth Barracuda goes from AAR ’Cuda Clone to 392 Hemi Restomod
Dan Frazzini took a 1970 Plymouth Barracuda made into an AAR Cuda clone and put a restomod spin on it with a Gen III 392 Hemi under the hood.If you're a Mopar fanatic who can't stand to see a 1970 Barracuda "hacked up" with non-stock parts, look away now. Better yet, check out the Readers' Rides feature we did on a restored 1970 Challenger T/A instead. For those of you who don't get queasy seeing modern parts on classic Mopars, this Gen III 392 Hemi-powered 1970 Plymouth Barracuda is just for you.
While this '55 Chevy 210 looks fairly stock, it rides on a completely custom chassis that allows for an independent front suspension, a four-link rear suspension and coilovers at all four corners. Under the hood, there's an equally beautiful 350 cubic-inch V8 that is paried to a five-speed manual gearbox, which sends power to the wheels through a nine-inch Ford rear end. The addition of rack and pinion power steering and 11-inch four-wheel disc brakes means this car is ready for cruising.
All Tri-Five Chevys are worth adding to a collection, but this restomod is the right custom at the right price listed at $74,929. Be sure tofor more information on this '55 Chevy or any of the other they have listed for sale.
1940 Ford Deluxe Coupe Turned High-Tech Restomod with LS1 Power .
The owner of this 1940 Ford is reliving fond high school memories of his first car, and then some, with this high-tech LS1 powered restomod cruiser.Martin's first car at age 16 was a 1940 Ford that got the nickname "Thumper" for its severe hot rod rake that was likened to the rabbit in the movie "Bambi." He only held onto the car for two short years before needing to sell it for college funds. Decades later, an old high school friend of Martin's came across a 1940 Ford Deluxe Coupe sitting in a barn in southern Illinois.