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1957 Chevrolet Bel Air
The 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air was a full-size car produced by Chevrolet for the 1950 – 1975 model years. Initially, only the two-door hardtops in the Chevrolet model range were designated with the Bel Air name from 1950 to 1952. with the 1953 model year, the Bel Air name was changed from a designation for a unique body shape to a premium level of trim applied across a number of body styles. The Bel Air continued with various other trim level designations, and it went from a mid-level trim car to a budget fleet sedan when U.S. production ceased in 1975.
Now One Stop Classics is providing 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air as a rental car in California. This classic car will make your journey very special. You can make your time memorable with this old and antique car.
To present your high personality to others One Stop Classic made 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air available in California.
1957 FORD THUNDERBIRD (57 T-BIRD)
1957 PORSCHE SPEEDSTER
1957 Porsche 356 Speedster Replica Convertible finished in gorgeous Silver with a beautiful Brown interior. This Brand New Replicas 356 Speedster built by Vintage Speedster. It uses a 1968 Beetle a steel frame and a fiberglass body. They put a lot of work into making sure it looks like an authentic Speedster, but under the skin, it breaks with tradition.
1959 Ford Galaxie Fairlane 500
The 1959 Ford Galaxie is a full-sized car that was built in the United States by Ford for model years 1959 through to 1974.
1959 Ford Galaxie Fairlane 500 range was introduced in late 1958 with the Fairlane 500 as the top trim level. During the 1959 model year the Galaxie was added to the range as an additional trim level, assuming the top position from the Fairlane 500. The Galaxie was offered with the same sedan and hardtop body styles as the Fairlane 500 whilst the Sunliner and Skyliner convertibles were moved across from the Fairlane 500 range. Styling varied from the Fairlane 500 with the addition of a Ford Thunderbird-style C pillar on all but the Sunliner. Although a separate series from the Fairlane 500. 1959 Galaxie models carried both Fairlane 500 and Galaxie badging.
1959 Ford Galaxie Fairlane 500 is one of the best classics. And One Stop Classics is providing this classic for you in California as rental cars.
1964 1/2 MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE
The 1964½ mustang convertible was made available in two models: the coupe and the Convertible. Both of these versions sported expanded hoods and shorter rear decks as compared to the prototypes. They also featured chrome curving bumpers and grilles with a running horse, and complete wheel covers. A 6 cylinder engine was available in both the models. Buyers had the feasibility to choose between a three-speed or four-speed transmission, or an automatic transmission. The interior comprised of a “wall-to-wall” carpeting with front bucket seats, or an optional front bench or rear bench seat. It also consisted of a sports car styled steering wheel, floor mounted shifter, and a full headliner. The floor of the 1964 1/2 Mustang has no toe pad but a heel pad, and it stops at the inner rocker panel.
A total sum of 121,538 Mustangs were manufactured during the 1964½ model tenure.
Now this classic is being provided as a rental car by One Stop Classic.
1965 FORD MUSTANG GT289
The Ford Mustang is the central piece in the entire muscle car mania. Ford Mustang has the honor of being the most successful in the history of production cars. It is the car that many automakers dream of introducing. The Mustang is the type of car most automakers dream of launching. Nobody could have guessed the longevity and the success Mustang maintained through the years, and never even missing out one model year in approx. fifty years. Ford unintentionally created Mustang as its destined
performance flagship car.
The Mustangs incorporated sculpted lines and also a group of other standardized features. Only the GT model featured fancy fog lights mounted in the front grille with a standard bar, none of the other models had those. Instead of Mustang’s standard lower rocker panel molding, Ford introduced three sporty lower horizontal stripes on either side of the car. The GT 289 featured an attractive chrome hood trim part right above the front grille.
1965 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL
The 1965 Continental look was the final look that later defined the final appearance for the classic Lincoln body style. The front fender featured mounted parking lights and different tail lights with ribbed trim with considerably fewer changes resulting in the ‘Lincoln Continental’ look. The new improvisations were pretty inspiring as compared to the other models. And yet they had maintained the signature elegant lines with no visible chrome trim to deviate from the design. Maintaining this sense of integrity and standard helped Lincoln earn its prestigious repute.
The revamp also featured front turn signals and side lights on the wraparound lenses on the front fenders instead on the front bumper. It also sports similar turn signals and side lights on the rear. The Continental was given Kelsey-Hayes disc brakes for the improved braking ability for the front wheels. Also, it features front seat belts with standardized retractors. An oil pressure gauge was also added to improve Lincoln’s reliability!
1967 PONTIAC FIREBIRD CONVERTIBLE
1967 Pontiac Firebird Convertible is an outstanding classic and available in CA for you as rental car. It is able to make your event more special. Renting a classic car is a pleasure to stand out and put your personality on display. It’s also an opportunity to drive your dream car for a night and create lasting your memories.
Now 1967 Pontiac Firebird Convertible is available in CA for you as rental car to make your time more special.
1968 Buick LeSabre Convertible (Green polymathic)
We now provide the feasibility to rent the green polymathic 1968 Buick LeSabre Convertible at One Stop Classics in CA. We make sure that your love for classics never stays unsatisfied. Get the best rates in CA! The 1968 LeSabre model featured a minor facelift which included new grilles and taillights. Hidden windshield wipers were introduced as well. A square-shaped speedometer was incorporated along with other instruments based on little trim improvements for Base and Custom models.
It also consists of a “Switch-Pitch” torque converter which is used concurrently with the Super Turbine automatic transmission which was later discontinued as a standard torque converter.
1968 BUICK LESABRE CONVERTIBLE WHITE
The 1968 LeSabre featured a minor face lift which included new grilles and taillights. Hidden windshield wipers were introduced as well. A square-shaped speedometer was incorporated along with other instruments based on little trim improvements for Base and Custom models.
It also consists of a “Switch-Pitch” torque converter which is used concurrently with the Super Turbine automatic transmission which was later discontinued as a st1andard torque converter. This can be your best choice to make your time more memorable as a Classic car.
1969 MERCURY MONTEREY CONVERTIBLE
The Mercury Monterey 429 red convertible built in 1969 were similar in respects and further researched prior to production. This model had a more conventional appearance, like the Grand Marquis, with a powerful engine beneath the hood.
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