Every once in a while the heavens part open and the Car Gods Bless us with something really special. This is one of those times... 5 years ago Tim Alton started to build his solid driver all original 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle. A competent and life long mechanic he meticulously rebuild the Factory Correct Matching Numbers 283 - he Re Bore, Cut the Crank, Added a New Cam, Edelbrock Intake and 4 barrel Carb. The factory original Powerglide was completely gone thru and he added a shift kit and Stall Speed Converter. The factory 10 bolt rear was preserved and rebuilt with 3.73 Gears and Posi Traction. Tim's brother a life long Paint and Body expert orchestrated a Show Quality Frame Off Tangelo Paint Job. All the panels are original to the Chevelle. Back at Tim's shop she was finished with complete suspension upgrade, four wheel disc brakes and heavy duty sway bars in the front and rear. Let's Recap...
Crane Fireball Cam
Eldelbrock Aluminum Intake
Be Cool Aluminum Radiator
Derale Electric Fan
March Performance Serpentine Belt System
2400 Stall Speed Converter
Corvette C-3 Aluminum Wheels 15'x8"
Canvas Dash with Auto Meter Gauges
Stock Floor Shifter
Tilt Steering Column
Grant Mahogany Steering Wheel
Grant Vehicle Security System
Only 967 Miles Since the Build!
If you want the Best of the Best Call me Anytime.
Registry-keeper Jeff Helms confirms the car’s validity and has it undergoing restoration
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In the early 1970s, when I was 5 years old, my grandmother bought a ’71 Chevrolet Chevelle.