1966 Plymouth Belvedere HP2
What Project Cars For Sale has today is what could be one very unique and rare car. It is reported to be an original 1966 Plymouth Belvedere HP2 car. In 1966, Plymouth built fifty (50) HP2 Belvedere II Hemi cars. Few are known to survive, as many were primarily used for drag racing. This car is reported to be an original Hemi four speed car with a 4.10 rear gear. In factory original condition, bench seat, with heater and radio. It is reported to have only 11,712 original miles. It was raced until 1974, and has been in three private collections since that time. The 1966 Plymouth Belvedere was painted and semi restored by Restorations by Julious in California during 1985 when the car had 10,000 miles. The car has original chrome and original glass. This car appears to be in great original condition.
1961 Cadillac Series 62 Coupe
What we have today is a beautiful 1961 Cadillac Series 62 Coupe. What I love most about these cars are the fins! This particular Cadillac is a bubble top coupe with a 390 cubic inch Cadillac engine. It appears to be beautifully restored with great attention to detail from every angle. This engine is the original and the numbers match the car. The engine compartment is completely detailed. Per the seller it has all new belts, waterpump, spark plugs and runs, drives and shifts beautifully.
1962 Chevrolet Corvette
Project Cars For Sale is proud to feature its first Corvette. This particular Corvette is a 1962 Chevrolet Corvette with a 340 horsepower 327 cubic inch Chevrolet V8 with a 4 speed manual transmission. It is reported that the engine and transmission are numbers matching to the car. The outside features a stunning black paint job and insider you will find an original red interior.
1947 Ford Pickup Truck Pro Street Rat Rod
Sorry for the lack of project cars over the last couple of days. Between my day job and family I had very little time to get anything written for the site. However, I think I have made up for it with this Wednesday evening special. What Project Cars For Sale has dug up here is a one of a kind monster. It started life as a 1947 Ford Pickup Truck and has turned into one beautiful piece of art! This “Rat Rod” pickup truck was dubbed “Deliverance” and graces the pages of Hot Rod Magazine’s current issue. Under the hood you will find a big block Chevrolet 454 cubic inch engine with an early seventies Weiand tunnel ram intake with two Holley 750 Double Pumpers. Sitting atop those Holley’s acting as breathers are two antique spittoons. Yes, you got that right, spittoons. The valve covers on this truck are hand fabricated pieces and not some imported knockoff. Backing up the engine is a Saginaw three speed. Other features of this truck include a four link rear setup, Afco adjustable shocks, four wheel disk brakes and of course, given the “Pro Street” title, the truck has been tubbed with a narrowed Ford nine inch rearend with3:82 gears. This is truck is no ordinary Rat Rod. It was designed and built by a 20 year experienced Winston Cup builder. The build was with Race Quality parts front to rear for superior performance and reliability. Per the seller the truck was completed during March of 2013 and can be driven around town in heavy traffic or down the highway at speeds of 75 to 80 miles per hour without a problem! This is one heck of a 1947 Ford Pickup Truck! It is certain to garner EVERYONE’S attention ANYWHERE it goes! Check out the full truck listing here on eBay
1955 Chevrolet Bel Air Pro Touring
Is it a project car ready for you to have in your garage to tinker with? Nope. Is it affordable for the average Joe? Nope, again. Is it one seriously wicked cool 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air Pro Touring car? Heck yes it is! I could not help but share it with my audience. Tri Five Chevrolets are one of the most timeless body styles of classic cars out there. Kick them up one notch and professionally engineer a 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air with all of the creature conveniences of your modern day luxury car and you have what you see here. Under the hood you will find a LS1 Corvette engine mated to a Borg Warner T56 six speed manual transmission. A stunningly beautiful black paint job on the outside, a luxurious interior, power under the hood and everything you would expect in a modern day luxury car. One stunning build! It has a hefty price tag, but there is certainly no way you could build this car for what they are asking! Check out the full car listing here on eBay
1964 Chevrolet Nova Gasser
Project Cars For Sale has unearthed one awesome car for sale today! This 1964 Chevrolet Nova has been built into one mean looking altered wheelbase AF/X car! The seller reports that they built this altered wheelbase 1964 Chevrolet Nova during 2001. The Nova was cloned after the Bill Thomas “Novel Nova” which was featured in the March 1966 issue of Hot Rod and Popular Hot Rodding Magazines. This car was also featured in Hot Rod Magazine. It graced the pages of the May 2002 issue where it received six pages and 17 pictures featuring an article by world renowned Hot Rod Editor Steve Maganate. You can check out that feature in the online world at HotRod.com The front axle of this beast has been moved forward three inches, while the rear end has been moved a full eight inches to provide the mean altered stance that you see in the pictures here. The engine in this Nova is a 502 cubic inch Chevrolet big block which has been set back a full eight inches according to the HotRod.com article. Rounding out the drivetrain is a Jerico 4 speed shifted by a Hurst Shifter and a Strange 9 inch rearend. The seller reports that “I’ve made one full pass with the car and turned a 10.99 @ 123MPH on 8-1/2″ slicks. You can go down the highway at 75 with one hand on the wheel and it drives like a dream. You would never guess it has a straight axle until you look underneath.” Between the altered stance and that stack of injectors sticking out of the hood, this car would undoubtedly draw crowds at any cruise night or test and tune at the local drag strip. I have a love for nostalgic cars like this, and this 1964 Chevrolet Nova definitely makes my heart skip a beat and wish I had the cash to have it in my own garage. I had to share it with you all! Check out the full car listing here on eBay
1969 Chevrolet Chevelle Super Sport
The Sunday evening find from Project Cars For Sale is quite a rare find! This particular car is a Phase 3 Baldwin Motion 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle Super Sport from the infamous Baldwin Chevrolet in Baldwin, New York. These cars were a partnership between Baldwin Chevrolet and Joel Rosen at Motion Performance. Together they built some of the most powerful muscle cars to ever pound the pavement in the late 60’s and early 70’s. This car is reported to be the best-documented Baldwin Motion car on the market, and is documented by the original invoice, build sheet, Protect-O-Plate and letters of authenticity from Joel Rosen. Check out the full car listing here on eBay
1966 Ford Mustang
Similar to the Vipercuda posted previously, this feature is not much of a Project Car. Affectionately titled project “Bailout” by the builders Ring Brothers of Wisconsin, this is one heck of a 1966 Ford Mustang! I honestly could not resist sharing this with everyone. Yes, the price is quite hefty, but the product is nothing short of amazing. The attention to detail poured into every nook and cranny of this build by the team at Ring Brothers is evident from every angle of this car. This 1966 Ford Mustang has a stance that is low and mean. Under the hood is a fire breathing stroked 427 cubic inch Windsor stroker motor mated to a T-56 6 speed transmission that must be a blast to row through the gears. The car has Flowmaster 44 series mufflers on it, so it is sure to rumble and set off plenty of car alarms as it blasts through the streets while stopping on a dime thanks to its huge 14 inch Baer Pro Plus brakes with SIX, yes SIX, piston calipers. You would think that with all of the goodies going on with the drivertrain of this car they may have overlooked the creature comforts of the car’s interior. You would be wrong. The interior features Recaro seating and other appointments that are stunning. The exterior of the car has so many subtle and not so subtle modifications I am not sure that I have caught all of them simply by looking at the pictures. This car appears to be a work of art. You may not have the dough to purchase the car, but I encourage you to check out the listing. This car is definitely one to drool over and dream that maybe some day you will hit a jack pot and can buy something similar. Check out the full car listing here on eBay
1971 Plymouth Barracuda
Ok, Ok, so yes, this car is pretty much done and does not necessarily fit in your definition of a “Project Car” however, you have to admit, it is all sorts of awesome! Also, with any classic car, the owner will always be tinkering with it, even if it is just spending hours detailing it so it gleams in the sun at the next big car show. This 1971 Plymouth Barracuda convertible features a Viper V10 with a 6 speed this Barracuda is the definition of Modern Muscle! It is a professionally engineered, turn key, BEAST. With a car like this you can either pamper, drive, and enjoy it or add minor personalizations. The options are endless. Check out the full car listing here on eBay