This 1948 Chevy Fleetline custom has won multiple awards and is a blast to drive. The top has been chopped and the body shaved, nosed and smoothed out. It has a 46 Chevy grille and all of the trim has been removed, and what's left has been blacked out. Its powered by a 510ci Cadillac engine with forged pistons, shaft rocker system, custom cam, intake and headers all backed by a TH400 automatic transmission. It features a 2.5" Dynomax exhaust with custom side exit tips, 9'' Ford rear end with 4-link, Camaro front suspension, 4-wheel disc brakes and air-ride suspension that lays it out for that cool look. It rides on Coys wheels with Nitto tires and is finished in PPG Metallic Charcoal Gray. Thousands of hours have been put into this build.
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