4610 Pet Lane
The awesome flames instantly attracted you to this 1947 Chevrolet coupe. But since this is a full custom build with a slick body, mean stance, custom interior, and V8 power, there's a lot more appeal here than just the hot-looking paint.
The black paint gives this some attitude and also has some good gloss that loves to highlight the smooth curves of the classic profile. It's not just on the body done in black. The bumpers and grille have gone dark. Plus, with frenched headlights, deleted trim, sport mirrors, power antenna, and shaved door handles, this has a truly sleek and modern style. That makes for a great canvas to lay down the artful multi-color flames that blaze down the full sides. And with all the body's brightwork gone, you seem to take extra note of the big dual exhaust tips and the Weld Racing wheels with seriously meaty rear rubber.
The remote door opener is on your key fob, and it's your gateway to a custom/comfy interior. The gray tweed fabric is part of a detailed setup that includes Chevy bow ties in the setbacks and matching rear seat and side panels. But what you'll like most about them is the coziness. You have the classic bench bottom that's fun to have in a classic car, but there's extra contouring, a fold-down armrest, and individual seatbacks. So this also gives you bucket-like individual comfort. The dash has a stylish look with the custom pinstriping, and they have added an AM/FM/CD/USB stereo and provisions for R134a air conditioning (it will need servicing to blow cold again.) It's built to be a good driver with a Lecarra sports steering wheel on a tilt column, clear VDO gauges, SunPro tach, and B&M floor shifter.
Under the hood is a 350 cubic inch V8. We all know these motors are great for upgrading. So this one has extra power thanks to an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and headers feeding the dual exhaust. You'll also spot nice supporting components like an upgraded distributor and an aluminum radiator. This coupe has a street machine attitude, and so you've got upgrades like the Ford 9-inch rear end and wide Mickey Thompson tires. But it's also an all-around cruiser with easy driving features like a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes w/discs up front.
This Chevy has the clean lines of a quality build. So if you love the unmistakable look of a street machine, you know this coupe is irresistible. Call today!!!
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