614 E. Auto Center Dr.
A slick build from every angle, this 1936 Chevrolet 5-window is a sleek red fuel-injected coupe. It has everything you want, including air conditioning, an upgraded air ride suspension, and an award-worthy level of quality. So dig into all the details of the steel-bodied street machine that has less than 10 miles on the whole build!
This machine is truly red hot, that's why it's painted an unbeatable shade of red with a ton of clearcoat luster. In fact, the paint is already so slick and shiny, the coupe can forgo some chrome in the usual places with its shaved door handles, color-matched headlight surrounds, red streak grille, and a bumper delete that lets you see the flowing lines of the quality body. During the work on this car, it's evident that a lot of care went into to keeping the panels straight. But the reason why you really love this one is in the details. You'll take time pouring over all the right elements, like the blackout grille, steel running boards, and frenched taillights. Plus, the elimination of chrome on the body really draws your eye to the Raceline wheels. Not only do they have terrific detailing, like the red streak in the spokes, but also the larger and extra-meaty rear set gives this one an awesome stance.
When you pop the remote door openers, you're treated to a world of custom touches. It starts with the bucket seats. Just like how the grille is black with a red streak, they carried the custom attitude onto these custom buckets. Even the custom door panels have a red streak to give this a thoughtful look inside and out. And yes, the details are awesome with red stitching on these panels, too. You've got a banjo-style sports steering wheel on a tilt column, Lokar Floor shifter, and SoCal gauges in a machine-turned panel for an awesome driver experience. There's also the best in comfort features with a Rockford Fosgate AM/FM stereo w/Bluetooth, power windows, and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. Plus, the center console houses the air ride controls so you can get the stance just right without ever leaving the driver's seat.
The butterfly hood is a great classic touch that will attract a crowd all on its own, and within it is more great custom work. The smooth red firewall funnels your attention to all the polished components on this V8. While you'll be in awe of the style, there's substance behind it, too. You're looking at a 383 cubic-inch stoker V8 with a four-bolt main. It has the right upgrades, including a Street and Performance tunnel fuel injection, serpentine belts, MSD distributor, and shorty headers feeding a rumbling dual exhaust. As you look underneath, the clean presentation reminds you of how few miles are on the build. Plus, you'll spot the Mustang II-style front end with tubular control arms and a four-link rear. And the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and four-wheel power disc brakes makes this a great all-around ride.
Complete with build receipts, this is a fresh build that took much time, effort, and money to create a coupe you know can take home the trophies. But the first step to winning awards this weekend is calling us today!
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