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Boyd Coddington has been recognized for years as one of the best car builders in the world. A Coddington car at auction can fetch into the mid-six figures. We hope you enjoy our pictures of some of the Boyd Coddington cars.
Boyd Coddington Cars Pictures
1993 Chevy 1500 Pickup Foose/Coddington Custom For Eddie Van Halen
Barrett-Jackson Car Auction, Scottsdale, Arizona, 2010
Auction Results: Final Bid: $42,900
Custom 1932 Ford Roadster American Hot Rod Build
|Custom 1932 Ford Roadster American Hot Rod Build|
Custom 1932 Ford Roadster American Hot Rod Build Price $120,000.00 This is one of the most famous Deuce roadsters in today's Hot Rodding. Built by Boyd Coddington on Discovery Channel's "American Hot Rod". Powered by a 350cid Chevy with a turbo 350 transmission and a Winter's quickchange rear-end. Equipped with Mooneyes valve covers, Offenhauser intake, ceramic coated ramhorn exhaust manifolds, Moon tank, chrome and billet front suspension parts, SoCal Buick type front brake drums with disc brake set-up, and engine turned appearing firewall. Interior by Gabe Lopez, pinstriping by Dennis Rickleffs, Boyd Coddington wheels with vintage Firestone dirt track tires, Stewart Warner "wings" gauges, with column mount tachometer. This is truly a piece of Hot Rod history and most importantly a Rod Bods steel body. Offered For Sale at the: Barrett-Jackson Auction Company 7400 E Monte Cristo Ave Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-421-6694 Facsimile: 480-421-6697 Website: www.Barrett-Jackson.com October 16-18, 2008, Las Vegas, NV LotNumber 791.1
Boydster II 1932 Ford Roadster
|Boydster II 1932 Ford Roadster|
Offered For Sale at the: Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction January, 2008, Scottsdale, Arizona Barrett-Jackson Auction Company 7400 E Monte Cristo Ave Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-421-6694 Facsimile: 480-421-6697 Website: www.barrett-jackson.com Boydster II 1932 Ford Roadster 65,000 LotNumber 942.1 An awesome Boydster II bodied '32 Ford custom done to the highest quality. Under the hood is a 410hp, port matched, aluminum head Roush V8. The power is kept under control with a full coilover suspension, 4-wheel disc brakes and Boyd Coddington billet wheels wearing high performance Goodyear tires. Other notable features include Candy Green paint, a Gabe Lopez custom leather interior, LED turn signals, suicide doors and a polished stainless exhaust system. No expense spared.
Custom 1957 Chevy Bel Air Chubster by Boyd Coddington
|Custom 1957 Chevy Bel Air Chubster by Boyd Coddington|
Custom 1957 Chevy Bel Air Chubster by Boyd Coddington Price $127,000.00 This 1957 Boyd Coddington-built Bel Air is one-of-a-kind. In 1957, Charles Francis and Charles "Chub" O'Reilly founded O'Reilly Auto Parts. As part of its 50th Anniversary celebration, Boyd Coddington was commissioned to build a unique commemorative classic. In true Boyd style, he created a Special Edition '57 Chevy Bel Air and named it the "Chubster". It is built on a custom Art Morrison frame with Jerry Kugel front and rear independent suspension. It is powered by a GM Performance all aluminum LS2 crate engine that puts out 440hp at the rear tires. It is backed up by a Toy Shop TH400 transmission. Rolling on a set of one-off Coddington wheels and Goodyear Eagle tires. Paint is DuPont Hot Hues Chromasystem custom mixed by Boyd himself. He called it Chubster Red. Custom interior by Gabe Lopez. Ron Frances wiring, custom white face gauges with "Chubster" engraved on them, Flaming River tilt steering with column shift, Vintage Air with defrost, power windows with power vent glass. Comes with a 1 of 5 Team Killeen build book. Boyd Coddington was one of the greatest American Hot Rod builders ever. This is one of the last cars he ever built. Offered For Sale at the: Barrett-Jackson Auction Company 7400 E Monte Cristo Ave Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-421-6694 Facsimile: 480-421-6697 Website: www.Barrett-Jackson.com October 16-18, 2008, Las Vegas, NV LotNumber 815.1
1957 Cadillac Series 62 Boyd Coddington Custom
|1957 Cadillac Series 62 Boyd Coddington Custom|
1957 Cadillac Series 62 Boyd Coddington Custom Auction Sale Price: $110,000 Barrett-Jackson Car Auction, Scottsdale, AZ, January, 2010, Lot Number: 1351.1 A 1957 Cadillac custom built by the world famous Boyd Coddington Garage on the TLC network TV series "American Hot Rod". The car was built in conjunction with Hershey's Chocolate for Reese's in a Collector's Edition flavor inspired by the king, Elvis Presley, for his love of peanut butter and banana sandwiches. The flavor released was a peanut butter and banana creme candy. The promotion was the largest in Reese's history. The car is a full custom, hand built 1957 Cadillac with a 540cid/650hp big block Chevrolet engine, Turbo 400 transmission, 9" Ford rear, throttle body electronic Fuel Injection, one-off Boyd Coddington wheels and steering wheel, custom candy cooler mounted in trunk, Gabe Lopez custom leather interior, power windows, power steering, power disc brakes, Vintage Air conditioning and heat, remote access for windows and doors, custom dash and gauges, full audio system, DVD player, iPod link, CD player, AM/FM, Sirius satellite radio, flush-mounted bumpers, shaved moldings and other body mods. The car has only 60 miles on it since completion and is exceptional in every way. Documentation goes with the car to the new owner. It drives and operates as it should. Is show ready and would make a fine addition to any car collection. Included in the sale is one case of the Limited Edition candy.
1993 Chevy 1500 Pickup Foose/Coddington Custom For Eddie Van Halen
|1993 Chevy 1500 Pickup Foose/Coddington Custom For Eddie Van Halen|
1993 Chevy 1500 Pickup Foose/Coddington Custom For Eddie Van Halen Auction Sale Price: $42,900 Barrett-Jackson Car Auction, Scottsdale, AZ, January, 2010, Lot Number: 1258.1 Details: Built for Eddie Van Halen, this 1993 Chevrolet pickup is known as the "Boyd's Hauler". The truck was originally designed by Chip Foose in 1993 and built at "Hot Rods By Boyds". Included with the sale, for the first time ever will be an Eddie Van Halen autographed EVH brand prototype electric guitar. The prototype was used in the development process for the redesigned Wolfgang Special. This is a new model in the EVH brand line of instruments, set for worldwide release in 2010. Rounding out the auction package will be a pair of office EVH brand striped sneakers and the original hand drawn rendering of the truck you see pictured here. Boyd Coddington achieved worldwide fame for his understated elegant approach to design, while maintaining respect and dignity. Boyd's creations never wasted energy. The EVH Boyd's Hauler is no exception. Built exclusively for Eddie Van Halen, the Hauler began its life as a brand new everyday 1993 Chevy 1500 1/2 ton, shortbed pickup. The original motor was replaced by a Corvette LT1 5.7L 350cid V8 and complimented by a 700R4 automatic transmission. The truck was lowered and modified to accept a Corvette independent rear suspension. Up front, the Hauler features a billet grille and a sleek front bumper/air dam. The back end sports a rolled pan and recessed license plate. It wouldn't be a Boyd creation without the right shoes, hence the one-off 16" and 17" asymmetrical billet wheels and "big and bigger" set of BFGoodrich tires. The truck was upgraded to a set of 20" and 18" one-off wheels designed and built by Chris Coddington. The truck has been fitted with a custom stainless steel exhaust system by Magnaflow and is rounded out by a custom audio system courtesy of Memphis Audio and installed by Extreme Audio and Customs of Riverside, California.
1936 Delahaye Street Rod "WhattheHaye"
|1936 Delahaye Street Rod "WhattheHaye"|
1936 Delahaye Street Rod "WhattheHaye" Named "Whatthehaye", this one-off creation by Boyd Coddington is an all steel fabrication by Marcel Delay on Coddington pro ride chassis with a Viper V10 powerplant 488-cid 450-hp, 6-speed transmission, intricate Boyd wheels, lift off top, Gabe Lopez interior, many one off custom fabricated components. French influenced coachwork with pure American muscle makes this a unique vehicle. Featured in many publications including the Robb Report and American Rodder. This classic hot rod sold at the 2005 Barrett-Jackson Auction in Scottsdale, Arizona for $540,000