There are a few things out there that are undeniably, quintessentially American. Chevy would certainly fall into that category, as would Coca-Cola. Now, this Coca-Cola-themed 1967 Chevy street rod is showing a bit of both, and it’s even up for sale.
Built by Glen Yeary and Steve Tansy over a three-year period, this Coke-themed 1967 Chevy is truly a sight to behold, showing off an immense amount of custom fabrication and a ton of cool little details everywhere you look. The body, for example, incorporates a pair of Coca-Cola vending machine doors, and there are some bottle openers on the sides of the custom cab. Extended pinstriping combines with Coca-Cola branding throughout, while in the corners, we see a set of Cragar SS wheels wrapped in Goodyear Blue Streak tires. Even the taillights are two Coca-Cola bottles that were dyed red.
The theme continues into the cabin of the 1967 Chevy, where we find the seats incorporate Coca-Cola crate bottoms and velour upholstery. There’s also a set twist-off bottle cap seat buttons, while the forward view is through a pair of caramel-colored windows.
Not that there would be much to see, otherwise. Dominating the front end of this 1967 Chevy is a 265 cubic-inch V8 engine topped by four carburetors and a hi-rise intake. The look is definitely attention grabbing, and it’s paired with aluminum valve covers and a mirrored firewall. Naturally, the Coca-Cola theme is applied here as well, such as with a tap on the radiator. Output is sent rearwards through a two-speed automatic transmission, while a polished drop-axle front end, Corvette independent rear end, and rear disc brakes round out the suspension bits.
Now, this high-dollar street rod is up for sale, located in Charlotte, North Carolina and listed by Streetside Classics. Just under one mile is shown on the odometer, likely from loading and unloading at innumerable car shows. Pricing is set at an eye-watering $369,995.