Killer 1961 Chevy Bel Air Custom Job.
Bad to the bone, sick, nasty, gangster style…it is really hard to define this custom built Chevy Bel Air filmed by Scottie at the 2015 NSRA Street Rod Nationals, but one thing is for sure; it is way different than every Chevy hot rod I have seen so far.
Slammed to the ground, riding on a set of wicked 20-inch Detroit steel wheels and painted in Apocalypse Satin Green with all the trim, chrome and top coated in Super Black the “Apocalypse 61” Chevy Bel Air draws a lot of attention at the car show.
Not much have been done to the interior of this 1961 Chevy Bel Air, since it is a budget project built to be driven. There are few cool mods like the digital dashboard and push button starter, but the rest is pretty much stock.
Under the hood is where some extra cash have been invested and things get exciting again. The ZZ4 Crate engine is Twin Turbocharged by a set of 50mm units and dressed with more goodies resulting in one awesome set up capable of serious street action.
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