614 E. Auto Center Dr.
A sleek style, two-tone paint, V8 power, and plenty of custom details (including an A/C interior) all tell you that this 1952 Chevrolet Styleline is a fun custom build. So dig into the details on a very cool Chevy cruiser.
This makes a great first impression because these coupes have a long hood and a long trunk profile that looks both sporty and premium. The trim has been expertly deleted in most places to give this a smoother style. The one place you still have it is at the base of the roofline, and that makes for a clear dividing line for the two-tone black and metallic silver. And another reason to delete the trim is to draw added attention to the custom details, like the color-matched grille, frenched headlights with crystal clear lamps, shaved door handles, and frenched taillights. And while there isn't much brightwork on the body, it is used to show off the Billet Specialties wheels, ribbed bumpers, and faux lake pipes. The result is a terrific classic with its own attitude toward custom style.
Pop the remote door openers on the key fob to reveal a well-done interior. This is a full custom set up but done in the right classic way. For example, there has been a solid investment in the gray velour to look fresh and feel comfy, but you still get a vintage button-top presentation on the seatbacks. Tinted windows, a movable center console, and air conditioning all add comfort. And this is a true driver's classic with an upgraded steering wheel on a tilt column, B&M floor shifter, and upgraded Stewart Warner gauges added to the dash.
This Chevy was born just before the small block era, but they now fit so nicely under the hood. It's a 350 cubic-inch V8 that has been enhanced with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, MSD distributor, and a set of headers that add power as they feed the rumbling dual exhaust. This one is also meant to be a reliable cruiser, too. That's why it fires up easily and runs with gusto. Plus, there's an upgraded independent front end and a Positraction rear. Add in power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and a three-speed automatic transmission and this is quite a nice anytime driving machine.
This is the classic Chevy that really has all the best upgrades for a true driver's classic. So if you want to look sleekly distinctive without giving up the comfort, call today!
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