800 Derita Road, Ste. A
Concord , North Carolina
This 1936 Chevrolet sedan is one of those rods that make everyone else's car look like it was assembled from leftovers. Stunningly straight and filled with an interior that'll make your knees weak, it's a classic that you can drive every day without complaint and take home trophies every night.
This car is truly automotive jewelry emerald green on top, pearl white on the bottom, and a strip of gold flake inlay in-between. The whole package does a great job highlighting the curvaceous steel body two-door sedan design. You can tell there was a large investment in a professional hand applying these colors because there's an even and show-quality glow out in the sunlight. Yes, the body is OEM steel that has been treated to a first-rate restoration, with a lot of extra care taken in getting the gaps right. And then you can't help but gravitate toward the custom elements. For example, where most cars eliminate the front bumper, this one has a bespoke panel so that it looks as flush as the fender kit a nice touch that's sure to impress the judges. And everyone loves elements like the custom pinstriping on the trunk, and the Centerline Billet Saber wheels that are staggered in size to give you a more aggressive stance.
Open the door, and you'll see the kind of comfort that even makes new cars jealous. The leather seats are borrowed from a late-model car, which makes them all day comfortable. Plus, the front buckets are electronically adjustable with full bolstering, too. The gray leather does a great job of coordinating with the two-tone door panels, carpeting, and headliner. There's a nice splash of color as the exterior emerald green is utilized for the dash. This houses creature comforts like the AM/FM/CD stereo with aux hookup and the air conditioning that's running modern R134a for easy servicing. You'll slip behind a grippy Grant GT sports steering wheel, and beyond that, a full set of retro-style VDO gauges hints that there might be something quite special under the hood.
That small block looks great under the hood with all the polished elements like the air cleaner, valve covers, and alternator, right? Absolutely. But don't let all that flash get in the way of enjoying the substance within. You're looking at a 350 cubic-inch V8 that's been bored .30 over (355 ci total) and totally rebuilt for performance. Upgrades include TRW Hypereutectic flat top pistons, Speed Pro moly rings, SSI cam & lifters, Comp Cams Magnum roller arms, Chevy 462 heads, Edelbrock Performer intake, and Edelbrock Performer 600 CFM four-barrel carburetor. This big power motor makes one heck of a rumble as it exhales through shorty performance headers on its way through the dual exhaust. All of this power is backed up by reliable components such as Walker radiator and heavy duty Black Magic electric fan so you can stay cool even in traffic with the A/C pumping. There's even a Perma-Cool transmission cooler for the TH350 three-speed automatic. On the road, this custom Chevy feels great with an upgraded Mustang II independent front suspension, front disc brakes, and air ride shocks in the rear.
You can tell there was plenty more that went into this build, but we're just running out of room (we'll be happy to go over all the details when you call.) Just understand the level of care that has gone into a custom build that only has 13,488 miles on it and still has plenty of maintenance receipts in the file. So yes, this is the classic that will leave you wanting for nothing...that is if you're quick enough to grab this deal. Call today!!!