614 E. Auto Center Dr.
Elegantly aggressive - that's exactly how you should view this 1930 Chevrolet four-door sedan that has been expertly built for both show and go. With eye-catching golden paintwork, a custom A/C interior, four-wheel disc brakes, and a stunning small block, it's everything you want in one distinctive street machine.
The body is all steel, and that's a rarity these days. That even includes the swoopy running boards. So while you'll see a unique presentation, there's also a great feeling knowing it's rooted in history. This sedan has been heavily invested in to make it a great custom, and you know it the moment the sunshine hits the paint. We have receipts showing $10k spent to get this Champagne Gold finish. It's deep, smooth, and shiny. In fact, with paint this radiant they didn't need as much brightwork as other cars. So they deleted the bumpers, added color-matched sport mirrors, shaved the door handles, and frenched the tail lights and license plate. The result is a style that looks sleeker and sportier than anything that came from the 1930s. And the staggered size of the Colorado Custom wheels gives this the right stance for the upgrade in attitude. Clear headlights, wide exhaust tips, and a $2,800 premium canvas roof complete a package that is meant to impress in all its thoughtful details.
Not only do we all love the look of suicide doors, but also when you open these wide, people get to marvel at how well this package is done where even the hinges were moved inboard. This has a nice cream/tan style that has plenty of premium touches, including leather upholstery and plenty of wood trim. Not only does it look great, but it was also built for plenty of comfort. The rear seats have a ton of room, and both rows of benches are contoured for all-day cruising. Plus, there are all the right thoughtful upgrades like the ice-cold R134a air conditioning, power windows, power locks, and AM/FM/CD stereo in the overhead console. It's built to be a drive with gold tone VDO gauges, a Lokar floor shifter for the three-speed auto, cruise control, and wood-rimmed steering wheel on the Flaming River tilt column.
There were big investments in the engine bay, too. So while this comes with all the right side panels to close it off, you really know you just want to leave them off so you can show off the full package. After all, it took a lot of careful planning to get the engine block, valve covers, and accessories in an exterior-matching gold. And with other polished pieces and an overall tidy setup, you're likely going to win awards just for the motor. Beyond its style is the substance of a 350 cubic-inch V8. It has been enhanced with an Holley twin air grabber, Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, upgraded intake, HEI ignition, and shorty headers feeding a rumbling dual exhaust. Out on the road, you're going to feel an immediate difference in this classic, because it has sharper moves with a polished tubular A-arm front suspension, adjustable front coilovers, and four-wheel power disc brakes.
Complete with build receipts, this is a thoughtful, unique, powerful, and premium total package. So if you like to stand out in all the best ways, call today!
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