1967 Chevrolet Chevelle Custom Coupe

Vehicle Details

This 1967 Chevelle is a one-of-a-kind custom that has been chopped 7-1/2”. All body seams have been filled, rain gutters shaved, door handles removed and bumpers smoothed. It's equipped with a 350ci Chevy engine sporting a tunnel-ram intake with two Holley 450 carburetors sitting on top, and lots of chrome and polished aluminum to go around.

The engine is backed by a 3-speed automatic transmission with a B&M shifter, transferring the power to a 12-bolt posi-traction rear with 4:56 gears, coilovers and a ladder-bar rear suspension. In 2008 the car was updated, and Air Ride Fat Man drop spindles were added. Stopping power comes from Stainless Steel Brake Company disc brakes at all four corners. This beautiful custom rolls on Billet Specialties wheels with BFGoodrich tires up front and big Mickey Thompson tires on the rear.

The interior features more molding going on from the dash to the waterfall console. The dash is filled with a nice billet panel holding six Auto Meter gauges. The car is also equipped with power windows, doors and trunk. This beautiful and unique car has won awards at many major shows including Goodguys, Super Chevy, Hot Rod, Popular Hot Rodding and ISCA. It has been featured in Chevy Action magazine and was the jacket cover for a Pro-Street video sold nationwide.

It was one of the cars featured in the Super Chevy Trading Card sets and was on the cover of the December 1991 issue of Popular Hot Rodding magazine, where it was also the centerfold. More recently it was a feature car for the Hershey AACA Museum Custom Car display.