Just because a 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle is a big, heavy car doesn’t mean that it can’t be the shell for a great overall performance touring car. In the world of hot-rodding, (like any other car subculture), there are many different schools of thought as to how a car should be built. Some prefer straight line monsters with fat tires, while others like lowriders on airbags.
If you’re like us, and Enzo Morales, the owner of this 1966 Chevelle, you also appreciate decent braking and handling characteristics. Touring cars are supposed to be well rounded, on top of being “sinister,” as host Mike Musto describes the car in the video below. Not for the weak and timid, this mean machine.