The seller claims the car spent over 1,200 hours (!) in paint and body shops. You’ll find a plethora of subtle yet tasty modifications like custom body work, shaved door handles, drip rails and LED rear lights. The exterior is perfectly finished by a custom front grill and custom-machined three-piece aluminum deep-dish 19 and 20-inch ceramic-coated wheels wrapped in fresh Nitto rubber.
As you’d probably guess, this resto-mod is a lot more than just paint and body. Pop the machined billet hood hinges and you’ll find an LS6 with AFR heads, a Holley 750 carburetor, MSD ignition, Edelbrock intake manifold, custom-ground cam, ceramic-coated headers, and custom exhaust with electrical cutouts, and it’s all mated to a trusty Borg-Warner T-56 transmission. All in, you’re looking at 500 hp at the wheels. Induce heavy breathing.
Sift through the photos and you’ll find this Chevelle is littered with modifications:
- Hydraulic clutch unit from a Corvette Z06.
- Steel driveshaft.
- Complete Hotchkis suspension with fully adjustable coilovers.
- TCI 4-Link system with Moser 12-Bolt Rear with Posi-Trac and 3.73 gears.
- TCI tubular front upper and lower control arms.
- Rear and front NASCAR sway bars.
- Vented and cross-drilled Baer brakes on all 4 Corners.
- Willwood brake booster.
- Custom red leather sport seats and matching rear benches.
- Unique custom fabricated dash and gauges.
- New door panels, headliner, sail panels, kick panels, dash pad and carpet.
- Polished Billet Aluminum and Leather Wheel.