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!
David & Tammy’s 1924 Ford T-Bucket
Representing the STA-BIL® Brand Fuel Treatments
We very proudly completed our “Wicked 24” T Bucket about 1 yr ago. As a Ford with a Blown Chevy 350 turning out about 1000 hp, Mercedes Pearl medium green paint and soft tan interior and top we went for a classy look. Classy and vocal she makes people smile both young and old. We love spending time at shows and out in the public, sharing information with our old and new car friends. And, don’t forget the OOOGA horn!
Scott Jobb’s 1937 Ford Cabriolet
Representing 104+ Octane Boost
This is a completely hand built car taking 7 years to complete. The body is fiberglass and the fenders, roof hood, side panels, running boards and dash board are hand rolled steel. Tee frame is handmade and are most part under the hood and undercarriage.
Randy Voss 1962 Chevy II Nova
Representing Iso-HEET® Brand Fuel Treatments
This is a 1962 Chevy II Nova, Pro Street, 489 ci BBC, 13.1 CR with aluminum heads and intake. This bad boy also has an electric water pump, 850 cfm Holley, 150 NOS, MSD electronics, Power Glide trans with 4,000 stall, Ford 9″ with 4:56 gears and full spool. This Nova ran at 9.70 1/4 mile.
Michael Waters 1969 Chevy Camaro Z/28
Representing Start Your Engines!® Fuel System Revitalizer
That’s my original-owner, all-stock, all numbers-matching ‘69 Z/28, following an 18-month rotisserie restoration. With an assist from my dad, I ordered this car new in March ’69 when I was still 15 years old, having solicited quotes from five Chevy dealers in the surrounding area. To the extent I can determine, it was the first Z/28 to be ordered new in Beaufort County, NC. I was still 15 when the car was delivered May 10, 1969, so I had to drive for another six weeks with Mom or Dad riding shotgun (sigh). This car was awarded the Ingersoll-Rand Sponsors Choice Award at the inaugural AmeriCarna Live show last November and earned 979 /1000 points this year at the Camaro Nationals per ACA judging in Bow Tie Class. Many local and regional Best of Shows since coming out of the shop March 2013.
Dick Sossomon’s 1971 Opel GT
Custom overhaul of a 1971 Opel GT that I have been working on for the past 5 years with a limited budget and spare time.This is a “driver” with all of the rubber seals, gaskets, plugs, and worn outparts replaced and most of them upgraded from OGTS in California. The engine is a 1900 cast iron block that was bored out and crank is .20 under with an ISKY street cam, a big valve head from OGTS and weber 38 carb and sprint header dumping out to the dual side pipes. She has a Manta 4 speed trans, Kenwood stereo, and Voxx 16 inch wheels with Bridgestone tires. Seats are original frames with new foam and covers, new interior carpet and headliner. Original chrome bumpers on steel body with new GM Metallic Blue paint.
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