Each month the Cool Rides Online team and sponsors select FIVE cool rides to feature. The featured cars, trucks and bikes will each receive an award and care package filled with products valued at over $150. The featured rides compete against each other via online poll for the honor of being chosen as the Cool Rides Online, Ride of the Month! The ride of the month winner will receive a personalized award, additional apparel/product prizes and a chance to compete for the 2014 Ride of the Year!
Steve Moore’s 1950 Chevy 3100
Representing the STA-BIL® Brand Fuel Treatments
I have owned “Betty Jo” for two years. She has a Ramjet Fuel injected GM 350 with 700R4 Transmission. She rides on a 1979 Camaro Front clip and Firebird posi rear end. Rear air shocks for towing.
Front disc and rear drums. Weld wheels on BF Goodrich tires. Lots of fabrication done by original builder 10 years ago including custom tailgate, rear fenders and running boards.
Bob Pine’s 1972 Australian Ford XA Fairmont
Representing 104+ Octane Boost
I bought this in 2009 and had it shipped to the U.S. from Queensland,Australia. It has a 302 Windsor,C4 automatic,9inch w/2:75 LSD,power steering and factory 4 wheel power disc brakes.Oh,and yes it is right hand drive !
Bryant Weldon’s 1955 Chevy Bel Air
Representing Iso-HEET® Brand Fuel Treatments
Car has a 350 300 HP crate engine, 700r4 trans, Eldebrock 600 Carb, Chrome 100 amp alternator, Headman Headers, 4 wheel power disc brakes, Chrome master cylinder, booster, prop valve, Power brake vacuum booster pump, CPP 500 Power steering gear box, CPP 1″ front sway bar, GM rear sway bar, CPP Front tubular upper control arms, CPP 2″ dropped spindles with 12″ slotted/drilled front rotors, 2″ solid aluminum rear lowering blocks, rear springs moved inboard, rear mini tubs. It has 17″ front and 18″ rear American Racing wheels, Chrome I-Did_it tilt steering column with billet steering wheel, Gen IV Vintage A/C system, Front door vent windows removed and a one piece glass installed. Equipped with a Power radio antenna, Panasonic AM-FM-CD-DVD stereo system, 11 speakers, 2 amps VCR in trunk with 2 monitors, Custom interior with vinyl and tweed material, Front bucket seats, custom built center console, LED back up lamp, front park lamps, dash lights, trunk lamp, third brake lamp and 108 LED’s in each tail lamp.
Jaimee Mizzi’s 1995 Jeep Wrangler
Representing Start Your Engines!® Fuel System Revitalizer
We bought this Jeep brand new back in 1995. It was bone stock with 27 inch tires. It was a Jeep, but not the coolest looking one. I wanted it built up from the first day but wanted to at least get it paid off before making major changes. It took time but we finally got to upgrade it. My husband took it down to bare frame and built it back up.
With a garage move in the process it was put back together after 3 years with no lost parts! She came back as a 1995 wrangler with her original 4.0 6 cylinder engine with a turbo! Heack with the Hemi…..she got a Turbo! lol… It has 7 inch lift with Dana 60’s ..When they were new….35inch boggers.
There running a little bare now, but looked cool new! Hoping to get some new tires for the new year!?! The blue-ish color is her stock color, but we spray bombed here and there to make it look okay till she gets a new paint job. The goal is Synergy Green. Bushwhacker flares helps cover the color a bit. Life keeps getting in the way, but were hoping to have the money to get her shiny fresh looking soon!
Rodney Updegrave’s 1954 Cadillac Series 62
My ride is a 1954 Cadillac Series 62 Hardtop, I purchased this car in 2008 from a family who owned the car for almost 40 years.
My father and I did 100% of the work over a 3 year period, we don’t have a professional shop, its just a father/son hobby. The Caddy sports a LS1/L60E from a 2004 Pontiac GTO, Camaro Z-28 front frame section, Billet Specialties Dagger 20″ and17″ wheels & shaved door handles. My amazing father even sewed the entire interior up for me on his own, it sports a charcoal grey interior w/ custom red stitching, custom console, & dakota digital gauge insert. The car was originally a rear a/c car from the factory, so I decided to leave the air scoops on for a cool conversation piece. I am very proud of the way the car turned out, but even more proud to say my Dad and I built it….I’d be honored to be chosen for a Cool rides pick ….
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