October Ride of the Month Contest

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Each month the Cool Rides Online team and sponsors select FIVE cool rides to feature in the competition. The featured cars, trucks, and bikes will each receive an award and care package filled with products valued at over $100. The ride of the month winner will receive a personalized award, and a Cool Rides Online t-shirt and a chance to compete for the 2018 Ride of the Year! Congratulations to September’s Winner:

1970 Dodge Charger – Bill Purcell

Now to meet this month’s featured rides:

1953 Chevrolet Belair – Jeff Reimers

Representing STA-BIL® Brand

53 chevy chopped gasser. I like to say a cross between old school with a twist of my style. Started out as a father son project about a year and half ago. Originally was going for the old school tail dragger look. Until I walked into my Dads shop saw it on his lift up in the air with big tires under it. And here we are now! This is what she became. Car also has lots of pinstriping on car frame and nice areas of detail.

1950 Chevy Fleetline – Kasia Jones

Representing 303® Brand

Girl built, with a LS 5.3, 2006 Chevy tahoe front clip, 4L60E transmision, air ride, customer pinstriping inside and out by the owner, as well as interior and dash paint.

1962 Buick Special Skylark gasser – Joann Dura

Representing 104+ Brand

We just bought this car last week, it did race in the 70’s and 80’s in Minnesota. It has a 356 Chevy, automatic.
We are looking forward to enjoying this ride.


1950 Mercury Coupe – Michael Broy

Representing Start Your Engines! Brand

Have a 1950 Merc Mild Custom. The only thing that has been done to it is it has 53 Merc Headlight’s, Chrysler Airflow Taillights, has been nosed, decked, hood corners rounded and louvers put in hood. Did not want to chop so added a visor. The Merc has been lowered to give it a nice look. Paint is black with flames all over, even on roof and truck with a little pinstripping on the trunk. Interior is a late 50’s early 60’s style done in a light dark red with squares and pleats with button’s. I did all the sewing from a wheelchair as I am paralyzed. It is one of my dream cars I’ve always wanted and I got one and did it the way I wanted. Thanks for looking Mike

1957 Corvette Pro Street – Rex Turner

Representing HEET® Brand

1957 Corvette, 427 small block engine, Dart block with Brodix aluminum heads, 602 horsepower, TKO600 Tremec 5 speed transmission, 9 inch Ford rear with Strange Engineering 35 spline axles, full roll cage NHRA certified for 8.50 seconds. Car is 100% street legal and licensed and driven on the street.

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