This 1934 Chevrolet 3 Window Coupe is a big block street machine. There's even a custom suspension, race-ready interior, and four-wheel disc brakes. It also has a smooth build with serious style. So take some time to look at all the details of a build that has power and poise.
The sleek black gives this one a menacing first impression. And with only about 3,800 miles on the build, and 500 miles on a major refresh, you can really see a solid level of investment all around the car. This .....
may have the classic Chevy lines, but this fresher fiberglass body has the custom style to look like it's ready to cheat the wind. The chopped top style gets the profile nice and low; the door handles were shaved so that nothing gets in the way of the sleek sides; and the rear has flush-mounted tail lights so nothing gets in the way of the rounded style. And cool details like the LED headlights let people know there have been plenty of modern investments in this classic. Brightwork is used sparingly so that the monster motor stands out (more on that in a moment.) And the other place you really see it is the 15-inch Jegs wheels. It draws plenty of attention to the extra-wide rear set with extra meaty tires that give this one such an awesome stance.
Pop the remote door openers for a great race-ready attitude. The racing bucket seats, RCI four-point harnesses, roll bar, mounted fire extinguisher, and trunk with fuel cell and battery all make a serious performance setup. There are some nice comfort additions, like the AM/FM/CD stereo, full carpeting, and power windows. And the Chevy bow time frame for the gauges is a nice style touch. But the toggle switches, full VDO readout package, and large tach mounted high on the roof are all about a true performance driver.
The engine bay is on display for everyone to see, and it has a bright and tidy style that's ready for primetime. That's because you're going to want to show this off everywhere. The smooth back firewall, well-trimmed wires, and steel braided lines show an attention to detail and care. And the center is a 454 cubic-inch big block. This V8 is built with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock intake, and Sanderson headers feeding into a wicked set of side pipes. As you look underneath, you'll spot nice upgrades like an upgraded A-arm front end, a four-link rear, adjustable coilovers all-around, and Wilwood four-wheel power disc brakes. A three-speed automatic transmission feeds a stout Ford 9-inch rear end on its way to those fresh and massive Mickey Thomson rear tires. So the power knows how to get to the pavement.
This is the seriously powerful custom build that was done with added flair and care. So if you love power and poise, call today!!!