Designed and built by Kindig-It Design, “Cavallo Rossa” - meaning red horse in Italian - is a paragon for the business that gave the company its recognizable notoriety. This 1937 Chevy coupe has been customized with a 3” chop top, windshield and 8” stretched front sheet metal and wheelbase, which give it a good silhouette.
The rear fenders are widened and a set of custom running boards were fabricated. V-Rod headlights, hand-formed hood and engine side panels give this coupe a streamlined appearance. The doors are suicided and shaved. One-piece door glass, flush-mounted windshield and rear glass blend well with the exterior.
“Cavallo Rossa” is painted in Candy Apple Red complemented by a Harvest leather interior, which sports custom gauges, Vintage Air and custom audio. It is powered by a 498ci V8 Chevy big-block engine producing 425hp, backed by a built 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission, and features Hilborn fuel injection with ceramic-coated headers and exhaust. “Cavallo Rossa” has won the 2007 GM Design Award for Best GM Hot Rod at SEMA and has been featured on “Bitchin’ Rides” and “My Classic Cars with Dennis Gage.”