Designed as a cruising machine and engineered completely with American components, the original Bill Thomas Cheetah was built from 1963 to 1966 with covert support from Chevrolet. Production models had fiberglass bodies, and a few versions, most notably the GTR, were later used in racing.
You’ll delight in the throaty growl of this authentic reproduction, featuring a dependable drive train, custom deck lid and square tube shell chassis. The Shell Valley body features a bold yellow finish and black interior. A Lokar shifter and Stewart Warner gauges control the ‘84 Corvette 350 cubic inch engine, and the recent Turbo Hydramatic 350 transmission overhaul promises an exhilarating ride. Also featured are 4-wheel disc brakes and American Mag wheels for a sleek look and superior handling.