Family-sized hot rods are hot right now and this 1948 Chevy Stylemaster 2-door coupe is a great example of that trend, combining vintage good looks and a modern drivetrain to create a car that cruises like your modern iron, but looks like something from another era. Isn't that the point?
OK, so the bright red paint and chopped top aren't exactly original equipment, but this nicely-built rod wears them quite well. The fat-fendered look works rather well when it's chopped and lowered like this, and with most of the chrome deleted, it seems sleek and imposing. A few mods like the Vee'd windshield, HID headlights, and molded quarter panels it a unique look, but nothing they've done erases the great-looking Chevy underneath. Constructed several years ago, this cool two-door shows nice gaps all around and almost no signs of use, with the red paint glowing in the sunlight and the custom flames licking over the hood and doors. The look is both traditional and radical, and if you can't attract attention in this car, you may as well collect clocks instead. Cool additions include modern peep mirrors on both sides, the satin-finish grille, and a light tint on the glass that works rather well with the ... Please ask for the full description.