1936 Ford 3 Window Coupe

This is a full custom air bagged chopped top Rod. We incorporated a lot of 40 ford parts, (headlights, taillights, dash, 39 Ford moldings, custom made moldings made from brass and then chromed) The front fenders are extended 5", 40 bumpers with custom made filler panels. Paint is a lime green candy with a white green pearl top. Powered by a 350 Chevy with old style 3 deuces.

1930 Model A Ford Sedan Delivery

Nicknamed the Hemi Hauler for it's Hemi engine this candy apple red sedan delivery has amazing detail bumper to bumper. It was a pleasure to work on!

1971 Road Runner

Owned by Kent, this 71 Road Runner was a life long dream come true. Kent has owned this car since he was 15 years old. He had a picture of the car in it's orignal state and we feel we brought it back to it's original glory and then some! One of the prettiest Road Runners around this car is a real head turner!

1937 Ford Cabriolet

This 37 came to us to get a complete makeover. A whole new interior with custom metal work, a fresh coat of Carr's magic and a few other tricks to bring it into the 21st century of Street Rods. We are very proud of this Rod here at Carr's. Enjoy Zach!

1941 Willy's

1941 Willy's painted by Carr's.

1936 Ford 5 Window Coupe

Owned by John Winkes, this 36 was a done street rod.  Carr's disassembled it and upgraded the body, engine, interior and suspension. The Engine and suspension was done by Ron Smith at Ron Smith fabrications. A true paint masterpiece this car is a must see!

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1955 Nomad

This 1955 Nomad is draped in cobalt blue and dripping with chrome. A complete custom build from the ground up it is powered with a Chevy 383 Stroker motor with tripower carburetors on top and frontrunner by vintage air with a Tremec 5 speed transmission.

1950 Ford Coupe Deluxe

This yellow pearl Ford Deluxe owned by Zach Brombacher has been turning heads up and down the west coast since it's completion. It is really is a must see.

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1937 Chevy

This 1937, ALL STEEL, Chevrolet 5-Window Coupe is an excellent combination of a fresh, modern, full custom, fabricated Show Car / Super Street Car. While retaining the basic external looks and characteristics of this 72 year old classic automobile, this gorgeous '37 Chevy now features virtually all the options and creature comforts that you might expect to find in a modern high performance automobile. The incredible candy tangerine paint on the top which blends down to a candy wine red on the lower area has won several best paint awards including Outstanding Color Design Car/Truck at the Seattle Roadster Show * Features include a high performance, almost all chrome 383 stroker (Beck Racing Engine, Phoenix AZ), 500 hp motor with EFI Hillborn Injection, 4 speed automatic transmission, power Wilwood chrome 4-disc brake system, rack and pinion steering, solenoid activated doors, windows, trunk, hood and a rear seat hard cover.

1932 Ford 5 Window Coupe

Owned by Kirk Chapman, Painted in candy apple red with a gold base. An all steel original body with a 383 Chevy and 700R Transmission. Electric cut outs on the exhaust allowing straight pipes with a push of a button. Custom Upholstery by Randy at Showtime Upholstery.

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1937 Ford 2 door Coupe

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1937 Ford

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Model T Custom Rod

What's remarkable about this car is it was all built in Bill Enderson's garage. Bill is 85 years young. He built and designed the entire car. It has a built flathead motor, quick changer rear end with all the suspension hidden inside the body, split wishbones that give it that old time look, super bell I beam axle chromed to perfection. Model T front cowl with a overlyn touring car back. Model T windshield widened 3 inches. BIll did all cutting, welding and shaping of the body. Carr's did the finish work and painting. The paint is Brandy Wine Candy with graphics. Bill is a true artist and this is our 2nd Rod we have done for him. He is a lot of fun to work with.

1941 Ford

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1934 DeSoto Airflow

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1930 Ford Model A Roadster

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Special Thanks to Spuds Garage for the media!

A show quality 1930 Model A Roadster and one of Debby’s “Tommy’s wife” favorites this all steel roadster is full of Carr’s custom tricks. With a GM 350 motor equipped with Rochester 2 Jet Tri Power Curberators, polished aluminum intake manifold, chrome belt drive system, ceramic coated headers w/dual exhaust and so much more under the hood transferring over to a Turbo 350 Automatic Transmission connected to a hi-way friendly Ford 9” gear housing.  With silver and Blue candy paint it has multiple layers of subtle hidden patterns grabbing your attention at every corner. The rear body section was cut stretched and feformed to add an extra 3 inches of leg room, the doors are recreated to become flush fit with door jambs, a custom made dash flows into the interior door panels, The cowl has been cut, raised and custom fitted with a chrome 32 Ford windshield. A folding gray Canvas soft top. The rear was modified for a 32 fuel tank and covers, 37 ford taillights. The front combines a 32 Ford grill/radiator shell fitted w/Model A hood and 32 Ford stainless center trim, 37 Chevy aero headlamps x/36 bezels and custom chrome head lamp stands w/hidden wires. Front and Rear disc brakes w/polished aluminum backing plates, braided lines, chrome traditional 4 bar rear suspension, polished coil over shocks.

1934 Ford Roadster

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1932 Ford Phaeton

This 1932 Ford Phaeton's body and paint was completed at Carr's Hot Rods and Customs. After campainging on the show circuit it finished in the top 5 in country at the World of Wheels show in Chicago.

1968 Chevy Pickup

A 1968 Chevy Pickup with body and paint by Carr's Hot Rods and Customs. A Chevy 350 motor and natural oak bed with Lexus power seats and a custom built interior including console and metal wrap around seats.

De Tomaso Pantera

1973 De Tomaso Pantera. Won best Pantera out of approximately 150 Panteras present at the Pebble Beach Councours.

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