Mixing 572 cubic inches of GM Performance Parts V8 with a professional grade driveline, thoroughly updated chassis components and ultra clean aesthetics, this exceptional sedan is an all-American stunner. And if you’re looking for a unique classic that’s road ready, show-ready and just plain battle-ready, it’s the perfect way to prowl the scene and bruise a few egos! You really can’t argue with the clean lines of the 300 series, and this Chevy retains 100% of its original factory sheetmetal with the exception of a steel cowl induction hood. Naturally, that metal was blasted bare before reconstruction started. The paint, sourced from PPG, is so deep and rich that it looks like the body itself was made from some kind of exotic Hugger Orange matter. And there’s no metallic, pearl or glitter to mask simple and proven aesthetics that, in a nutshell, simply work. Toss the tall hood and you’ll find one of the largest big blocks GM has ever created: a 572 cubic inch monster that, with the help of a custom air intake, cranks out more than 600 horsepower! Behind that killer mill, a McLeod hydraulic clutch engages a modern Tremec 5-speed, which jerks a Tremec-prepped driveshaft, and a narrowed and coated Currie 9-inch that’s finished with stout, 3.50 gears. That driveline hangs amid adjustable QA-1 coil-overs, sandwiched between tubular control arms, and 3-inch lowering springs, complemented by a beefy sway bar and billet Metco control arms. Requisite power steering combines with GM calipers, Baer calipers, and drilled, slotted and zinc-coated rotors to keep everything lucid and under control. And everything rolls on 17-inch Budnik Famosas, which spin 225/55R17 Goodyear Eagle RS-As in front of 255/55R17 Goodyear Eagle RS-As. Bold and brutal, there’s no hiding how brilliant this Chevelle is when you’re behind the wheel. Call, click of visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com to purchase some seat time!
Price in USD: 89900
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