132870 / 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle Super Sport
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Starting with a clean, Arizona car, this 1967 Chevelle was given a
rotisserie restoration to show standards before the modifications started.
Top and bottom, the sheetmetal is 100% original, and the pros at West Coast
Classics smoothed and polished it to its current breathtaking specs before
spraying that gorgeous House of Kolor Blue Blood Red paint, which costs
about $1200 a gallon. Gaps are excellent, as you'd expect from a pro-built
machine, and the attention to detail is what sets high-end cars like this
apart from their homeowner-grade cousins. Of course, all the chrome and
stainless was also restored to show standards, including the bumpers, stock
grille, and even the blacked-out tail panel, which looks totally custom
without SS emblems. The tail lights in the Chevelles were miniature works
of art, and those on this car look have been stuffed full of trick LED
bulbs for a custom look at night.
Then the modifications started, and the first was the monster 502 cubic
inch big block that they nestled between the front fenders. Rated at 450 horsepower and a
staggering 550 pounds of torque, it hurls the Chevelle up to speed like a
sling shot. Zoops provided a billet accessory drive, which handles the
high-output alternator and A/C, as well as the high-flow water pump that
keeps everything cool. There's a massive aluminum radiator up front with a
set of Flex-A-Lite fans managing airflow, and the hoses and wires have been
neatly routed out of sight as much as possible. You'll also note that the
inner fenders and firewall are finished to the same exceptional standards
as the rest of the body.
The chassis has been powdercoated satin black, and many of the suspension
components were given a coat of silver powder for contrast. A built 700R4
4-speed automatic transmission built by Monster Transmissions easily
handles the big block's torque, force-feeding it to a 12-bolt full of 3.73
gears and a limited slip. 2-inch drop spindles work with fat sway bars fore
and aft to deliver shockingly good cornering performance, while Energy
Suspension supplied all the suspension bushings and body mounts, so
handling is crisp. Four-wheel disc brakes were installed and use vented and
cross-drilled rotors, along with new lines, hoses, and calipers. Gorgeous
Torque Thrust II wheels have been fitted with low-profile Pirelli rubber
that thoroughly stuffs the wheel wells.
Inside, the interior is almost 100% stock. With fresh gear supplied by
Legendary, you know it's exact and that it fits the way the factory
intended. This is an original factory A/C car, so the original vents are
fully functional, and the system is still controlled by the factory
switchgear. Other trick details include the console and shifter, which now
shows appropriate detents for the 4-speed transmission, and all the gauges
have been restored to new condition. In the trunk, there's a reproduction
mat and a full-sized Torque Thrust wheel and tire assembly, so you never
have to limp home on a weenie space-saver.
This killer Chevelle was featured on the TV show "Tail Fins and Chrome"
just after it was finished, and today shows less than 70 miles on the
clock. Spectacularly built by one of the hottest names in Pro-Touring and
finished to standards that will earn trophies at any level, this is an
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800hp 66' Chevelle Dragster Startup
This car is being built for pro street drags at the Portland International
Raceway. The only origional parts on this car is the rear 3/4 of the body
and the front 3/4 of the chassis. motor is a 498 cu in Somers Racing motor
built by Archie Somers in Vancouver Wa. Ford 9 inch, Art Morrison 4 link
and Lemon Racing headers from Cali. The smoke that you see coming from the
engine bay is the paint burning off of the headers.I have been helping my
friend with this car for 2 year and its almost done. I will post more
videos when completed.
Chevelle, First time out.
1967 Chevelle SS. 427/4spd. This is the one I inherited from my Uncle
this past December. Made some small changes and got it out for the first
time...I love this thing! Many more improvements soon to come!
Chris Jacobs 1966 Chevelle
Chris Jacobs talks about all the upgrades to his 1966 Chevelle. The gang at
the Roadster Shop threw everything they had at it to make this one wicked
machine. - see the build here:
American Aston Martin? '66 Malibu: /BIG MUSCLE
• ENZO MORALES
A long wheelbase, v8 or v12 power, front engine/rear drive configuration,
and a sport-tuned suspension with four comfy seats inside. That ladies and
gentlemen is the recipe for any good grand touring car. Modern automobiles
like the Mercedes-Benz CL63, BMW M6 and the Bentley Continental GT are
perfect examples of this. How about a 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu though
- what about that? When released in 1966, this 2nd generation Chevelle was
nothing more than a mid-priced, nicely appointed people mover with some
decent styling. However now, some 47 years later, owner Enzo Morales has
transformed this particular car into a jaw-dropping, hardcore styled road
burner that is just as happy running the super-slab at triple digits as it
is carving up your favorite back road.