Author Archive: Jerry Borstelman

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1966 Dodge Polara 2-Door

New Owner: April Heiman of Wauseon, Ohio

1966 Dodge Polara Convertible

Original 383, Currently has a 1973 Big Block 440, Electronic Ignition, Carter 4-barrel carb, 65 Amp Alternator

High Torque Mini Starter, Automatic Transmission

Power Brakes, Scarebird Disc Front, and drum rear with a new master cylinder and booster, power steering, AC

New power top redone with black Interior very nice, and a power drivers seat

Solid great running car!!!

California car-

394 CI V-8 with custom exhaust/performance mufflers

Pertronix ignition and coil

Automatic/PS/PB

Refreshed in original Polar White/Original gray interior

Sonomatic radio

1937 Ford Coupe Street Rod

YELLOW WITH FLAMES

-All steel body
-C4 Automatic 3-speed transmission
-Flathead V-8 with Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor
-Belt-driven blower/Mallory performance coil
-Ford 9 in. rear end w/ 3.55 gears
-Auto Meter RPM gauges
-Custom Flame paint
-Banjo steering wheel
-Tan interior

**Project Truck**

1984 Chevy Step Side

Stock #10068/Red

Suspension lowered – nice truck

This is your chance to own a cool piece of bobber history. Special construction built on the old Triumph Bonneville platform. Get out and have some nostalgic fun on this classic looking bike.  Perfect for gettin’ the wind in your face!

1972 GMC 1500

Stock #10061/Blue and White

Good solid truck, Great Daily Driver or shop truck

Replacement GM 350 Cu. In. 2 barrel Engine

3 Speed on the column

Rebuilt and recovered bench seat

 

1997 Jeep Wrangler

Stock #10071/Gun Metal Gray

V-8

Suspension mods

Nice Jeep !

1955 Chevy Gasser

Stock #10089/Big Flake Metallic Red

This 1955 Gasser has a history!  It was published in the January 9th, 2020 issue of SuperChevy.Com Magazine!

It features a 1973 small-block displaced to 400 ci and is cleverly disguised to look like a 409 with covers.

5-speed Borg-Warner trans.

’64 Impala seats

The Pontiac/Olds rear is running 4.56 gears to deliver power to the pavement on Ansen wheels and Mickey Thompson hides.

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