213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
Cruise down any boulevard or highway behind the wheel of this 1967 Chevrolet Malibu Chevelle Resto-Mod and the heads are guaranteed to turn. It's about as fresh off its build as a car can be - just enough to exit the shop and make its way home, in fact - and features just the rumbling, big block power under its hood that you would expect from a ride with such a superbly-crafted, aggressive appearance.
Sure, you may see a first edition Chevelle on the street from time to time - they're always a welcome sight - but it's a pretty strong bet you won't come across anything like this one. It's got a look like no other, starting with an exterior draped in white paint that's absolutely show quality, with just the right amount of pearl added to the mixture before application to really make this car radiate when exposed to sunlight. There are all sorts of modifications on display here - all of which have been performed with some serious skill to arrive at an outstanding end result. The front and rear bumpers have been reworked for a smoother appearance, then color matched and tucked in closer to the rest of the exterior. There are no door handles in sight, as they've been replaced by oval shaped fixtures to open the doors that sit flush to the body of this classic. The customary trim on both sides of the cabin gives way to smoothed metallic edges that surround the windows and this Chevy's badgeless appearance really allows its stellar paint to take center stage.
There's absolutely no let up to the excellence when you enter the doors and experience the fully custom red leather interior with its showstopping array of features - beginning with a pair of impressively crafted contoured bucket seats that straddle a center console accented by a Lokar shifter and a pair of billet cupholders. As the console arches upward, it features a pair of the in-dash vents that bring warm or cool air into the cabin as needed via an aftermarket climate control system before giving way to a dash area that has to be seen to be fully appreciated. Just beyond the billet steering wheel with its leather wrap coordinated to match the rest of the interior, there's a Dakota Digital Vex gauge cluster in place, with a smoothed custom dash face on the remaining surface.
Raise the hood and you'll come face to face with a strikingly modified engine compartment that has an absolutely killer look. Every surface inside wears a matte-finished red paint and an array of billet components are in place below. There's a 6.0 liter LS V8 waiting under its enclosure to spring into action, armed with a 102 mm intake that pairs with a matching throttle body, milled cathedral port heads, a custom ground Texas Speed cam and an assortment of other top shelf performance components and it breathes out of its ceramic long tube headers into a stainless-steel exhaust. The engine pairs with an automatic 4180e transmission whose overdrive gear brings down revs during highway cruising - imagine the looks you'll get when you're out there behind the wheel. An E-level Accu Air full air ride system makes for plenty of height adjustability, while tubular upper and lower control arms, front and rear sway bars and a 4-link rear suspension provide outstanding ride quality and handling. The power disc brakes at all four corners have rotors that have been slotted and drilled for optimal heat dissipation and billet Magnum wheels finish off the jaw-dropping appearance of this truly one of a kind classic Chevy.
Sheer excellence of customization combines with brute force lurking under the hood and a front to back array of top tier components to make this 1967 Chevrolet Malibu Chevelle Resto-Mod an absolute category-killer. Call today!
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