Streetside Classics-Dallas/Fort Worth
5400 Sandshell Dr
Fort Worth, TX
Fort Worth, TX
This 1936 Chevrolet Coupe Street Rod gives you the kind of sleek look from every angle to tell people a true custom has arrived. The interior is a leather-lined A/C interior with all the right amenities. And because this one also features a fuel-injected V8 and overdrive transmission, it's the head-turning custom/classic that's as easy as an everyday commuter.
We love glossy black because it's both daring and vintage all in the first glance. So people take extra time to look at a car like this, especially when sunlight loves to really highlight the curve of the fenders. And this one is worthy of the extra attention. It's the ultra-desirable 3-window coupe setup with three inches chopped out of the cab and an extra skinny spilt in the windshield for a particularly sporty appearance. Color-matched headlight housings, sport mirrors, all handles deleted, and flush-mounted turn signals and taillights are all part of the detail-oriented eye to make sure this is as sleek as possible. And because any trim was deleted, you really recognize the remaining bright pieces of this midnight machine. The tall waterfall grille is a hallmark of these Chevys, and this clean/sleek one prominently leads the way. And the modern Ridler alloys staggered at 15/17 inches front/rear have the aggressive stance that always announce a street machine has arrived.
Popping the remote door opener is another great attention-getter, and so you'll be glad the that interior is just as custom as the exterior. Suicide doors always look cool, and these have a clean look with billet handles and a touch of custom trim. So go ahead and swing them wide open for everyone to get a look. The full package is done in a deep blue the keep with the car's dark theme while giving the inside true distinction. Once inside, you're greeted by a pair of late-model leather bucket seats that offered plenty of bolstering for all-day comfort, and there are even shoulder belts. There are more comfy features, like a cup holder center console, power windows, an AM/FM/CD stereo, and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. A car like this is built with the driver in mind. That's why you get a Lokar floor shifter and a wood-rimmed banjo-style steering wheel on a tilt column. Plus, the full Dakota Digital gauge package looks great with a cool blue glow that coordinates with the interior color.
Even after all these custom upgrades we've mentioned, your favorite will still be under the hood. While the motor has plenty of shine, it's easy to recognize the body-colored tuned port fuel injection on this Chevy 350 cubic-inch V8. You can thank headers and the dual exhaust for the extra hint of authoritative sound this makes every time it fires up as easily as your daily driver. The 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission adds to this custom coupe's everyday versatility with highway-friendly overdrive. There's also the Mustang II-style independent front suspension, power steering, power brakes with front discs, and modern BF Goodrich Advantage T/As at every corner.
This is the coupe that looks mean and custom that also has the comfort so you arrive fresh on journeys near or far. That really makes it a total package classic. Don't miss out, call today!
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