Customer Cars From Email Blast 11/26/2020

We get a lot of customers who only send one pic with their car story.  This time we are featuring 4 of the cars that we got only one pic of.

  First off is this beautiful pic of her ’57 sent to us by Lisa Davies from Australia.

Lisa writes… “Bought my 57 about 8 years ago, it’s always been my dream car. She now lives in Port Lincoln, Australia”.

Thanks for sharing, Lisa.  Love what you guys did on this. 

Lisa Davies - Australia

Lisa Davies – Australia

Next we have this ’56 drop top that was sent to us by Marylou H. Moretti. Continue reading

Customer Cars From Email Blast 11/20/2020

This week we are featuring a number of really nice builds starting with a Blown ’57 and Big Block powered ’55 both owned by Alfred Seeling. Thanks for sharing, Alfred.
Alfred writes…
“I’ve been a Danchuk customer for 20 years. Purchased my ’57 in 1999. Needed complete restoration. When driving it home after buying it from previous owner, I turned on the cassette player AM radio, and the song “I got you Babe” from Sonny and Cher was playing. True story. The ’57 will be my son’s graduation gift when he graduates from college (4 years from now, hopefully) College incentive.

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Customer Cars From Email Blast 11/11/2020

Don Van Bourgondien - USA

Don Van Bourgondien – USA

This week we are featuring a couple of really nice builds starting with this beautiful Gasser owned by Don Van Bourgondien. Thanks for sharing, Don.

Don writes…

“Engine is a blown 392 ci small block chevy, super T10 4 spd. transmission, 4:10 posi rear on leaf springs and ladder bars, straight front axle on leaf springs, power disc brakes, all steel body done in 2 stage 1967 corvette Sunfire yellow with pure white top, black leather interior, Classic Instruments, Vintage Tach, AM-FM radio with blue tooth, MP3, iPod, and aux. cd player. Continue reading

Customer Cars From Email Blast 11/4/2020

Johnny Chavez - USA

Johnny Chavez – USA

This week we are again featuring vehicles owned by a number of different people. As always, if you click on the thumbnail image below you will open a full sized image.
First we have a beautiful 1955 4-door sedan owned by Johnny Chavez. Thank you for sending in the pics, Johnny.
Johnny writes…
“I Bought ‘Bessie’ in my senior year of High School, 1976, from the Grandfather of a classmate who could no longer drive for $400. I still have her today. Original power train, matching numbers. She got me to and from college and was a daily driver for about 20 years. Now, we just do car shows and Cruise nights”.

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Customer Cars From Email Blast 10/21/2020

Gary R Gray - USA

Gary R. Gray – USA

This week we are featuring a 1957 2-Dr Hardtop owned by Gary R. Gary.  What a beauty this one is and yellow to boot.  Awesome.  Thanks for sharing, Gary.
Gary writes…

“My Bel Air was built by Windsor Street Rods with bodywork and paint by Severance Autobody. The paint is a custom yellow pearl by BASF and the leather interior and trunk are by Denver Autoweave. The engine is a 355 CID ZZ4 with Edelbrock E-Street aluminum heads Continue reading

Customer Cars From Email Blast 10/15/2020

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This week we are featuring a 1957 2-Dr 150 Sedan owned by Tom Anderson. Thank you for taking the time to share with us Tom. We really appreciate it and we love that we can share our customer’s cars.
Tom writes…
“The car is a 57 “150” 2 door sedan. I have owned the car since 2004. A total frame-off restoration was done. A GM ZZ383 crate motor replaced the original 6 cylinder. It now has a Tremec 5 speed and a 9″ Ford rear”.
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Manufacturing Sale October 2, 2020 thru October 11, 2020

We can’t have a Seconds Sale anymore but we can have a Manufacturing Sale…and that is actually better. 

The Manufacturing Sale features almost 600 of the most popular First Run “Made in the USA” Danchuk parts priced at up to 25% off retail in most categories across the board. And, we also have a handful of parts that are discontinued at a larger discount than that. Continue reading