It's always nice to come across a solid, well-dressed classic Cutlass. Introduced in the early '60s, they rapidly became sought after muscle cars, combining performance-centric drivetrains with sporty styling and generous interior space to accommodate back seat passengers in comfort. This 1968 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme is a fine example of the model in its vintage heyday. It still features its...
Big, bad, and brutal, this sparkling white 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle SS is the muscle car you've always dreamed of owning. Tons of power thanks to a built small block, a classic hi-performance look, and finish quality that'll make you the star at the local cruise night. This is a muscle car done right. It's a good thing they ditched the original 61 Sandalwood paint and gave this Chevelle a coat o...
It's no secret that we love Chevelles here at Streetside Classics, but sometimes something unusual shows up on our door step that truly blows us away. This pretty 1968 Chevelle is a nicely restored brute-force SS396, which is awesome all by itself, but throw in the unusual color combination and it REALLY stands out. Red is great, but if you really want to make a statement, this is the car you n...
The 1934 Ford Cabriolet is perhaps the ideal body style for a rod. Sporty and compact, with roadster-like proportions, yet equipped with a weather-tight top and power windows, so it can go anywhere, any time. Finished in brilliant Viper Red and powered by a blistering 350 V8, this streetrod is a very special droptop. There's nothing subtle about this slick Viper Red rod, but that's entirely the...
Fords were almost all new in 1955, and like their counterparts at Chevrolet, there are many who think the first are still the best. This 1955 Ford Fairlane Victoria hardtop has a fantastic '50s look, dramatic two-tone paint, and a burbling V8 that makes it a lot of fun to drive. At this price, how can you go wrong with something that looks so right? The '50s were all about color and combos were...
Full-sized performance was still spelled ""Fairlane"" in 1967. This beautifully presented '67 Fairlane 500 hardtop offers more space inside than a comparable Mustang, a more formidable presence on the road, and just as much performance from its 302 cubic inch V8. Refinished not too long ago back to its original code 8 Springtime Yellow, this striking Fairlane conceals its size with great stylin...
If you like the looks of the 1934 Ford Cabriolet, but would like something a little more modern underneath, this handsome streetrod might fit the bill. Powered by a strong 350 V8 and loaded with 4-wheel power disc brakes, and a supple suspension, this is the '34 Ford you could drive every day and show off at every red light. The body is, of course, fiberglass, but these days that's no demerit, ...
1953 Chevrolet Bel Air With the onset of the 1950's things were starting to change for Chevrolet. They came up with a revolutionary style that would carry on for many years to come...the Hardtop. These cars were style like convertibles with a non removable solid roof. The idea of Hardtops had been around for some time but never caught on until the Bel Air was release. The first generation of Be...