You know those custom classics where every square inch has been given attention, so that they attract a crowd and are a blast to drive. Want to own one of these rare total packages? Well than, read on about all the details of this 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle.
Let's start with the most obvious part of this car, the spectacular paintwork. The black and red is not only the perfect aggressive combo, but the special placement of the two colors brings out the best in this coupe. The separation of these two colors perfectly highlights the iconic curve of the rear fender, and it even does a great job of showcasing the custom cowl hood. It's all covered under a modern clearcoat that gives this car a slippery-smooth custom appearance. But more than just paint, this coupe gets its classic details right. The ultra-wide chrome bumpers have a mirror-like presentation (and even the headlights help with the shine up front.) The deep tinted windows help make the black paint look seamless across the top. Plus, you can even see a hint of red behind those wide and iconic American Racing wheels.
This car's custom nature continues in the interior... In fact, it gets even wilder! You especially see it on the seats where two tone from the outside is repeated with leather and alligator. The red and black theme is continued on the door panels, carpeting, and headliner for a full uniform presentation. And the comfort doesn't stop there. You've got a retrosound radio with iPod hookup that's your gateway to a full modern amplified stereo system. And feel free to keep the tunes going with all the windows down on this pillarless hardtop, because the air conditioning will keep you cool while looking cool. But more than just luxurious, this is a true driver's car. You get a B&M shifter for your right hand, and a three-spoke sports steering wheel for your left one. And beyond that, the custom full gauge panel that's glowing red let's you know there's something beastly in the engine bay even before you twist the key and hear it roar.
You might want to put on sunglasses before looking under the hood. You can tell they invested the kind of money on polished components that most people reserve for their whole paintjob. And the mirrored firewall practically doubles the shine! So you know this motor could win awards on appearance alone. But when you look beyond the style, you're going to see some serious performance substance. It starts with a stroked 377 cubic-inch V8. It inhales deeply though a Spectre dual air intake and Quick Fuel four-barrel carburetor. It exhales through long tube headers that add even more power. Plus, you get to dial in the level of this thunderous V8 soundtrack thanks to electric cutouts in the dual exhaust. And while you're checking out the rumbling pipe system in the undercarriage photos, don't forget to look at the suspension upgrades, too. The full tubular A-arm front setup with disc brakes and a thick sway bar is equal parts gorgeous and surefooted. This kind of thoughtfulness defines the whole driving experience. After all, the four-speed automatic transmission has highway-friendly overdrive, and the aluminum radiator with electric fan can keep the car running cool even if you're in traffic with the A/C pumping.
Starting to see the full picture on this one? While every inch has been built to show off, they have also kept an eye on making it a great driver, too. You usually have to spend years building a total package classic like this, but you can have it in your driveway tomorrow. And the only way to do that is to call today!