This ’66 Chevelle came to the shop with the aim of creating an award winning street machine that would hold its own at the track or the show room floor. What ultimately transpired was “Gunmetal” – so named for its 1933-1934 Packard Gunmetal Gray Light color – an ISCA award winning, SEMA show car that runs Goodguys and other track events. A few features from the car include:
– shaved door handles & drip rails; – Modified nickel-plated bumpers; – custom fabricated grille; – smoothed engine bay; – hidden led turn signals; – progressive LED taillights with custom bezels; – two-tone paint scheme with a ’33-34 Packard color – Gunmetal Gray Light.
– custom upholstery with “infinity” stitching, mirroring exterior paint scheme; – custom dash, center console, & shift plate; – extensive dynamat & dynaliner acoustic dampening; – restomod air vapir II A/C system with diablo vents & controls; – custom fabricated trunk.
– fully built 600HP 454 CID engine; – custom valve covers; – chromed, polished stainless, & polished aluminum components; – March polished billet air cleaner; – Pypes 3” Stainless Steel exhaust with electronic cutouts; – ZF S6-40 ZR1 Corvette 6-Speed Trans.; – 12-bolt rear differential.
– Hotchkis TVS Extreme suspension & drop spindles; – boxed & reinforced frame; – SSBC 4-wheel disc brake system; – matte bronze Forgeline DE3C rims.