Every month the Cool Rides Online team and our sponsors select FIVE cool rides to feature each month. Each featured ride will receive a care package with over $150 worth of prizes. But that’s not all! The five featured rides then compete via online poll for the honor of being chosen as the Cool Rides Online Ride of the Month! The ride of the month will receive an additional marble plaque, an official Pit Crew Jersey and a chance to compete for the Ride of the Year! For promotional details Click HERE. For the entry form Click HERE. Now to meet this month’s featured rides!!!
Representing STA-BIL Fuel Stabilizer: John’s 1929 Ford Model A
“I have owned “Wicked in Suede” 20 yrs. I found the truck in pieces about 10 miles from home and bought it and brought it home. It runs a small block 385 Horse Chevrolet with a 200R-4 overdrive. It’s chopped 3 inches. It has old style tuck-n-roll stitching. It rolls on a TCI chassis. It’s won 27 awards in 28 months and is driven as much as possible. It’s gotten magazine coverage and has been in several photo sessions. It has won several major shows and has received TV coverage as well. At this writing I am preparing for the GRAND NATIONAL ROADSTER SHOW. The build took 18 yrs to do and is fast and fun to drive!
Representing 104+ Octane Boost: Chris’ 1967 Chevy II Nova SS
“This is our 1967 Chevy II Nova SS 500 inch big block chevy Brodex heads Gary Williams 1050 cfm carb, 200 hp shot of Nos. pg trans transking electric shift transbrake, w/4500 stall on Hoosher 275 60 drag raidals,TCI/Fabquest front clip and 4 link W/9” strange rear end 4:56, Bench seat, column shift, Borla ext. system. This car was a barn find the body and paint has not been changed but everything else has! It still looks great!!! And runs GREAT without giving away its ET it runs 118mph in the 1/8 mile…on street tires and mufflers 😉 Headed to “Cruzin the Coast” Mississippi soon, hope we see you there!”
Representing Iso-HEET Gasline Antifreeze & Water Remover: Bob’s 1998 Dodge Dakota
“All work done by me. Specs Specs and Mods Body Custom Mixed Base Paint Flame Job by Wayne Massimi and Javier Soto Custom Air Brushed Viper Hood Badge by Javier Soto Suncoast Fiberglass Hood with Lexan Mirrored Underside Stillen Grill Shell Stillen Bumper Cover Stillen Grills Xenon Ground Effects SS Roll Pan and Mirrors Lo-Pro Tonnue Cover with Lexan Mirrored Underside Flipped Tailgate Handle, Painted Door Handles and Shaved Antenna Clear Headlights, Front Corners and Taillights Suspension and Under-body Lowered 2″ up front and 4″ out back using Western Chassis and Hotchkis Components Hotchkis Re-valved Shocks Boss 304 Wheels wrapped in Toyo Proxies 295 45 18 all around EBC GD Slotted / Dimpled rotors EBC 7000 Green Stuff Pads Energy Suspension Poly Bushings…” Read full build here: http://forums.coolridesonline.net/album.php?albumid=736
Representing Start Your Engines! Fuel System Revitalizer: Robert’s 2003 Harley Davidson Heritage Softail
“Lowered Sterling Silver and Vivid Black 100th Aniversary model with Anniversary medallion air cleaner cover, horn cover, studded tank bib, and studded windshield bag. Nostalgic floorboards and foot controls. Headlight, passing lamps, and turn signal visor kits. 40 LED fender tip Genesis light kits under smoked lenses. Smoked turn signal kit with LED lighting and auxiliary brake light kit. Smoked Genesis II LED tail lamp with strobe kit.”
Representing 303® Products: Mark’s 1937 Chevy Pickup
“This is my 1937 Chevy Pro Street Pickup. It took 7 years of nights and weekends to finish this truck. It has an Art Morris frame, 9″ rear diff, 4 link, 31x18x20 Budnick rims, Mickey Thompson tires, 4L80E trans, 355 small block phase 6 bow tie heads, 510 HP. Body has been strethed and reshaped, ppg paint. I built the motor and trans and diff, I did a lot of the metal work. Had someone build the grill and help with painting the interior. I ran tubing all under the truck to hide wires and keep under the hood neat and clean. It has AC, power windows and I have driven it over 1,000 miles this year to car shows so I try to keep it off the trailer. Thanks for looking!”
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