614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This may be the silhouette of a classic 1935 Chevrolet, but that's about the only vintage thing about it. With a powerful LS3 fuel-injected V8, four-wheel disc brakes, an overdrive transmission, upgraded suspension, custom A/C interior, and a seriously slick exterior, you can see from every angle that this is a full custom street machine build.
The paint instantly announces something special. Two-tones happened in the 1930s, but there's no mistaking this for anything but a modern application. The silver has so much glow that it looks like the top half was finished in a true precious metal, and the bottom gray has so much depth that the tone shifts as the light moves across it. So when you look at those curvaceous fenders, it almost appears like they were painted with a fade. Adding to the sleekness are details like the frenched license plate and flush-mounted gas cap. A classic American like this needs proper brightwork, and so there's a bright look to the bumpers and grille. But your favorite chrome piece might just be the 16-inch Budnik wheels that give this an awesome stance.
The interior continues an expert blending of new and vintage. For example, the front seats are more modern buckets with the kind of bolstering to keep you comfortable all day. But they have classic tweed inserts that match the rear seat, headliner, and door panels. There are nice modern conveniences, like power windows, an AM/FM stereo mounted over the windshield, and R134a air conditioning. This is a comfortable driver with a Grant sports steering wheel on a tilt column. And the exterior-matching dash is dominated by a full set of AutoMeter gauges.
It's amazing they can fit such a modern moto in the engine bay. Chevrolet's 6.2-liter LS3 V8 is the kind of powerhouse that took modern Corvettes and Camaro to supercar levels of horsepower. This one is even built with performance pieces like a Holley electronic fuel injection, a Holley intake, and headers. We have a dyno sheet showing that this is making over 400 horsepower! There's even a custom aluminum radiator with an electric fan to help keep the full package running cool. The 4L70E is a stout four-speed automatic transmission built to handle the big power, and this feeds a strong Ford 9-inch rear end. While this is a powerful setup, this was also built with cruising in mind. After all, the transmission also has highway-friendly overdrive. Plus, you have a tubular A-arm front suspension, four-link rear, adjustable coilovers, power steering, and four-wheel power disc brakes.
Complete with build receipts, this is the '35 Chevy that's ready to turn heads, win awards, and really bring some power to the streets. So don't let this total package custom slip away. Call today!!!
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