396CI, 700R4, Vintage Air, Electronic Gauges
Building from the ground up, started with a shell and frame. Guy I bought the car from introduced me to his original builder and said there was a "free" paintjob in the deal. The guy who took the body off the frame to paint it while I worked the frame wanted storage fees for the body after having it for a year and not painting the car. I got an attorney, got it back and proceeded from there.
1967 Chevrolet SS (Copper)
396/375 horse, 1965 block. 700R4 transmission, non electric. 2000 stall torque convertor. Demon carb, original exhaust manifolds with OEM replacement exhaust.
Copper Metallic dash, steering wheel and doors to match the exterior. Modified the dash and grafted in a custom Vintage Air control unit. Also built a plate to mount electric gauges in place of the original. The car was an original AC car.
Copper Metallic, base/clear coat. Painted in my garage.
a RetroSound radio and infinity speakers.
IMPI rear tubular control arms, adjustable circle track springs with brass hats on front, 650LB. Four wheel disc brakes, all new suspension, bushings and mounts, lines, etc.
Wheel and Tire
17" Show Wheel. Kumho tires.