614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle SS Tribute Restomod is a full build with the paint, A/C interior, five-speed, and big block and just about every detail receiving a solid investment in upgrading within the last couple of years. That makes for a fresh, powerful, fun, and all-around outstanding muscle machine.
The 1966 Chevelle has a mean look that's ripe for an SS-style upgrade. But the Super Sport grille and badging is just the beginning of this comprehensive build. It put a more powerful face forward with a super scoop hood with hood pins. And modern pieces like the crystal clear headlights and a carbon fiber front splitter are an instant announcement that this is a restomod. The 15-inch Billet Specialties wheels combine with some wide Mickey Thompson rear rubber to deliver an awesome stance. Plus, the tinted windows, 496 callouts, and large dual exhaust tips are all part of this aggressive total package. And the paint is an interesting piece all on its own. It's actually a wrap done in a vibrant red, and beneath it is also cherry red paint. So you're likely to keep this vibrant style going for many years to come.
The fresh upgrades and speedy attitude. Up front is a new bucket seat pair that have terrific bolstering and modern headrests. The door panels, rear bench, carpeting, and headliner have the dark presentation of a well-done total package. There are even nice vintage details, like the working clock in the center console. As a true restomod, it's built with upgraded comfort features such as the retro-style AM/FM digital tuner with Bluetooth, cup holders, and cold blowing R134a air conditioning. But you also know they took the time to upgrade the driver's experience. The dash has a cool/modern carbon fiber look, and it's now filled with AutoMeter Pro-Comp Ultra-Lite gauges. There's also a flat-bottom sports steering wheel, a tilt column, and a strong Hurst shifter.
There was a big investment under the hood. In fact, the total has over $14k spent to get something that looks this fresh and mean. This is a 454 cubic inch V8 big block that has been bored and stroked to 496 by S&J of Spokane, WA. It has been built with performance goodies like a Demon four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock hi-rise aluminum intake, and long tube headers feeding a sweet-sounding H-pipe dual exhaust. Plus, there are nice supporting components, like the Optima red top battery, new gas tank, alternator, HEI ignition, and a serpentine belt system. There's even an aluminum radiator with dual electric fans to help keep this big block coupe running cool even if you're in traffic with the A/C pumping. You have full control over the strong motor thanks to the upgraded TKO five-speed manual transmission. This feeds a strong 12-bolt rear end with versatile 3.73 gears and Positraction. As you look underneath the car, you're going to spot some more terrific upgrades, like the two-inch dropped spindles in the front, and UMI Performance shocks, and reinforced rear trailing arms w/sway bar. Add in power steering, power brakes, and front discs up front, and this is the powerful Chevelle that's also a solid cruiser.
We can show you all the big and fresh investments in this hardtop, but you can already see they've done big work to take this iconic Chevelle and turn it into the muscle car restomod of your dreams. So don't let it slip away. Call today!!!
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