FOR SALE "MEANESS" $85,000.00
This is a Chevy High Performance magazine feature car for 2013.
1966 Chevelle SS pro-touring. This is a nut and bolt, frame off rotisserie restoration, after the tear down stripped all the paint off all the way to bare metal. New sheet metal parts, SS hood, full trunk pan, front floor pan LH/RH. Frame was sent out for powder coat, then we added the Hotchkis TVS, outfitted it with 4 wheel disc brakes, Stainless steel brake lines, Stainless steel Fuel line, the original 12 bolt 4.11 rear end was cleaned and painted with Trim Black. After all the body work was done and the original color paint was put back base coat/clear coat N-N code is Maroon Metallic. When the body reconnected with the frame custom Foose wheels 18x7 front and 18x10 rear wrapped with BFG NT tires. Interior goes back in with a little upgrade, white leather. billet door handles, window cranks, steering wheel. The go that makes for all the show. 396 big block cleaned and machined it goes back together with some go fast goodies including the Comp Cams .556 lift cam and Harland Sharp roller rockers. Tremec 5 speed transmission, Demon carb 825. Autorad Radiators supplied the new alumiumn radiator and core support, Maradyne electric fans. For the finishing touches we use March serpentine pulley set up in billet aluminum, also in billet was the tall valve cover, air cleaner topper, Power steering reservoir, MSD alternator.
Custom muscle cars are the new fastest growing part of the classic muscle car market. The pro-touring scene is what alot of guys are looking for. Putting aftermarket wheels and tires on a car does not make it a pro-touring machine. Aftermarket suspension, big sway bars, disc brakes, overdrive trans, and a lower center of gravity (in most cases) makes them be the part of the pro-touring scene. No more sitting in the garage, or towing them in enclosed trailers to the show. Drive them around town and/or to all the shows.