Killer Custom Job on a 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle!
The Chevy Chevelle is a classic muscle car that, at heart, is a serious vehicle built for speed. When customized and fitted with some of the most outrageous performance parts in the market, it is not hard to figure that it is not about playing it safe anymore!
This Blown 1968 Chevelle rocks a glossy Black base paint with cool colorful flames and stripe vinyls on the sides. The blower also has flame done around it, making the entire vehicle look like a hot rodder’s dream. The interior showcases custom high back bucket seats with RCI racing harnesses. There are gauges and other functional additions that help you control everything from the air conditioning to the boost timing from the driver’s seat.
This custom built 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle is powered by a monstrous 454 cubic inch Big Block engine with Weiand 671 blower and couple of Holley 4150 Supercharger 750cfm Vacuum Secondary carburetors. The rest of the drivetrain includes a Turbo 400 automatic transmission system with Bandit Shifter and a 12 bolt rear axle. In order to control the huge power this Blown 1968 Chevelle produces it is equipped with Willwood brakes and power steering.
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