This 1935 Chevy Coupe is the effort of 7 years of patience, expertise and hard work. Each element was carefully crafted by hand. From the man-sculpted flames, the rainbow flake topcoat, veneered woodgrain dash, embossed flame Monte Carlo seats to the Dolphin gauges, Lokar shifter and Colorado Custom steering wheel -- this car is truly a work of art. This car was honored to featured as a Goodguys Mid-Western Nationals PPG Dream Car Pick in 2010. This car truly has to be seen in person to be appreciated.
Tech Info -
Make: Chevy Coupe
Engine: Full roller 468ci big block, 6-71 supercharger with twin Edelbrock carbs, Sanderson headers, Walker aluminum radiator.
Drivetrain: TH350 trans, Locar shifter.
Chassis: Boxed stock frame, Heidts tubular A-arm, Mono leaf rear, four-wheel disc brakes, Ford 9" rear.
Wheels/Tires: 17 and 18" Billet Specialties wheels with 215/45/R17 and 245/40z/R18 Sumitomo tires.
Body: All steel 1935 Chevy three window coupe (all-power windows), suicide doors, rounded front corners, molded fenders, welded raised flames.
Interior: Painted woodgrain dash, Colorado Customs steering wheel, Dolphin gauges, Monte Carlo seats and custom upholstery by Gladstone Auto Trim. Top has been chopped 2" in front and 1.5" in the back. Pie shaped. Tribal flames etched into windows. Flames are 3D. The inside has 3D flames as well. Flames were a 2 year project. Doors are remote. Dash is painted to look like wood.