Pro-Touring 1965 Chevelle 300 I've owned this car for 26 years. It was stored in my home town in Arizona for 17 years until I shipped it to my current home in Maryland and began a four-year long restoration which was completed in 2014. Carlisle Customs and Classics in Shippensburg, PA performed over 800 documented labor hours in the body-off-frame restoration. Key Features: Body - All steel, new floors, new full quarter panels, new inner and outer wheel houses, smoothed firewall, new very hard to find quarter glass (located the last two NOS pieces in the United States), new windshield, all new weather stripping, new and/or restored original bright trim, door handles, light lenses, etc. Underbody is under coated and sealed for today's environment. The body is laset straight and show quality. All work is documented by hundreds of photos on DVD, receipts, story boards, and a story book published by CC&C. Engine - Fuel injected, computer controlled 5.3L Aluminum block, aluminum heads with LS2 intake, fuel rails, custom COMP Cams camshaft, LS7 lifters, COMP Cams hardened push rods, COMP Cams valve springs, C-6 Corvette drive-by-wire throttle body, C-6 Corvette gas pedal, Be-Cool custom aluminum radiator with computer controlled dual fans. Dyno-tuned by BEHE Performance. ~364 RWHP on a Dynojet chassis dyno. Drivetrain - Hurst Driveline Conversions prepped Tremec TKO 600 five speed trans, Quicktime blow-proof billet steel bellhousing, McLeod flywheel, McLeod RST twin-disc clutch, Tilton hydraulic actuated throw-out bearing w/ Wilwood master cylinder and billet aluminum firewall bracket, Inland Empire custom driveshaft, Moser Engineering 9" rear w/ 31 spline axles, 3.50 gear ratio, TruTrac posi, billet steel G-Force cross member, and Ring Brothers billet alum. shifter. Brakes/Suspension/Steering - Wilwood discs/calipers front (drilled and slotted) and rear (internal E-Brake), Wilwood master cylinder, stainless braided lines and nickel copper hard lines, UMI front and rear (adjustable for pinion angle) tubular control arms/trailing arms, sway bars, Bilstein shock absorbers front/KYB rears, & 3" drop springs. Flaming River steering column, PST Engineering quick ratio manual steering box, and all new tie-rods and related components. Electronics/Electrical - GM E-38 ECM, American Autowire complete harness w/ relays for fuel management, halogen headlight conversion, dual fans, etc., Dakota Digital VHX gauges, LED lighting throughout including tail/brake lights, under dash lighting, dome, etc. Stereo by RetroSound. Fuel System - Tanks Inc. baffled fuel tank w/ in-tank Walbro GPA-4 high flow fuel pump, Corvette fuel pressure regulator/filter, and carbon impregnated PTFE steel braided and sheathed fuel lines. Trunk has a hidden aluminum access door for easy access to sending unit and fuel pump. Wheels - Custom forged aluminum NewGen three-piece wheels. Front: 18x7 w/ Nitto, 235 / 40 / 18 NT-555. Rear: 19x9 w/ Nitto, 275 /35 / 19 NT-555. Interior - Billet Specialties steering wheel, complete Dynamat insulation, all new custom carpet, custom upholstered original rear seat to match front seats, Pro Car fully adjustable front buckets, all new door cranks knobs, new headliner, new sill plates, new dash bezel, billet specialties door lock knobs, restored to show quality original stainless interior trim, Ring Brothers billet shifter, Corvette drive by wire gas pedal, custom billet steel clutch and brake pedal assembly by Keisler Engineering, under dash and dome LED lighting, new reproduction door panels, etc. *No heat or AC, just lean and mean. This car has won numerous local and national awards including Best in Class at the AutoWeek (yes, the TV Show) CARnival car show, one of four Petty Garage Pick awards at the Richard Petty Family Foundation Show out of 675 entries, top 75 at the East Coast Indoor Nationals invitational, and many more. A ton of labor, engineering, care, and $$$$$$ went into this build and as expected it runs and drives like a new modern car, stops on a dime, handles like a sports car, sounds incredible, and was built for reliability. The body and paint is flawless and you could eat off the underside of the car. Although it looks like a trailer queen, it was built to drive. I have all receipts, photo - documentation of the build, a book documenting the build, and several show boards. After 26 years of ownership, it is time to build another dream car.