WILWOOD 4 WHEEL DISC BRAKES, BIG BLOCK CHEVY, HOOKER LONG TUBES, SWEET CHEVELLE!
Do you want a big block Chevelle that's got some serious curb appeal? A handsome cruise night brawler with the right look? Love the thrill of big block torque, the chest-thumping sound of a big headers, control of four-wheel discs, and the strength of a custom frame? In essence, you're looking for a no-compromises cruiser, and this 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle delivers.
Is this a full custom build a Pro Street machine? A Restomod? Well, it's actually all that and more. It starts with the amazing silver paint. It's a daring color on a '60s classic because it has to compete with the chrome for all that shine. It means a serious investment in the deep clearcoat of modern paint and very straight panels. That way, when the sunlight hits this coupe, there's a seamless shine that flows over the whole body, and connects this car to its iconic wide chrome bumpers. But the other reason for this shine is to hide some of this car's aggression. Without such great paint, you'd instantly notice how large the Billet Specialties wheels are, and especially the 20-inch rear ones that tuck so cleanly under the Coke bottle rear fenders. It's a clear indication that there's a lot invested in the drivertrain...but more on that in a moment.
Inside, the red interior looks great against the silver pillarless hardtop. There are great features like and AM/FM/cassette stereo that looks period correct-but has a digital tuner that's adaptable for modern music players. It all seems good for cruising, but wait, the back seat has been replaced with strengthening reinforcements?! Plus, there a B&M Pro Ratchet Shifter, and all those AutoMeter gauges, including the huge tach. That cool steering wheel is also a smaller diameter for better grip...maybe this red interior is really all about this Chevelle being out for blood.
Its street-eating personality is confirmed the moment you pop the hood. Beyond the shine of components like the air cleaner, valve coves, brackets, and even the glossy black fenders, lies a beastly performance heart. The 427 cubic-inch big block V8 is built with performance components like Quick Fuel four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer RPM intake, and Hooker long tube headers. You can also instantly see this one was carefully built to reliably deliver its brute power thanks to tough components like the aluminum radiator with electric fan, tidy wiring, steel braided hoses, and March pulley system. You'll love the all-out rumble made by the dual exhaust. But don't just listen to it, follow the undercarriage shots for more surprises. You can see the custom frame that makes room for the massive 11-inch rear tires, and it also adds extra reinforcement for the four-link rear end with adjustable coilover shocks. Missing the gas tank? Nope. There's now a fuel cell in the trunk. Helping keep this power package all in control is a four-wheel Wilwood disc brake package and the superior grip of Hankook Ventus ST tires. As much as this is a true street-eating Chevelle, you also get features that are good for anytime. This includes one of GM's stout three-speed automatics that allows you to shift when you want power, but also cruise easily when you just feel like enjoying your classic. Plus, power steering is always a welcomed feature.
You couldn't build it for this kind of money, but everyone else knows that, too. So hurry up and grab the best of everything in one sleek Chevelle coupe. Call today!!!
- Engine Size
- 427 V8
- Transmission Type
- 3 Speed Automatic
- Body Color
- Body Style
- 4 (Unknown)
- Interior Color
- Seating Type
- Seat Material
- Shifter Type
- Center Console