Featured Rods & Customs


1930 Ford Model A

They say that money can't buy happiness. But I'm guessing those people never drove this '30 Model A Hot Rod! This is the perfect combination of elegance and brute strength. Lookin' good while goin' fast! While this A came to us mostly done, it was in need of some attention and some personalization. New pictures will be updated soon as the car is back at Coastal Classics for a Wilwood disc brake conversion and four new spoked wheels! We can't wait to show off the new look and feel that stoppin' power!


1957 Chevy Bel-Air

While this beautiful '57 came to Coastal Classics as an already built hot rod, we still managed to do a few things to really up its safety, performance, and comfort. The list of upgrades installed by Coastal Classics are:

Wilwood 4-Wheel Power Disc Brakes

QA1 Adjustable Coilover Shocks

MSD Distributor and Ignition Components

HID (High Intensity Discharge) Headlights... a fancy way of saying really bright lights!

3-Point Shoulder Seat Belts for the Front and Lap Belts for the Rear.

Pioneer Radio with Sirius Satellite Tuner

New Black Carpeting throughout.

Unfortunately, as you'll see in the pics to follow, this car actually made a special trip back to Coastal Classics because it was involved in an accident where another motor vehicle hit the '57 in the rear while it was stopped at a red light. Luckily, no one was seriously injured, and as you can see from the pictures, we were able to fix her without a trace of that unfortunate incident.

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1966 Ford Mustang 347

This Mustang spent its twilight years as an under-powered and neglected pony car, but as you can see, has been reborn as an electric blue, earth-pounding stallion. We swapped out the 200 cubic inch engine for a 347 V8 that produces 425 horsepower! Mated with a Tremec 5-speed, this sure makes for one fun driver! And drive it the owner did. Just weeks after its completion, this car took a road trip from New Jersey to Colorado and back! If the paint looks especially like eye candy to you, that's because it is. This is a three-stage paint, or otherwise known as a tri-coat. This means that there is one layer of solid color, followed by a second layer of a transparent color, and a third layer of clear coat. 


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