Built as a drive every day kind of hotrod, this Chevy received a bunch of upgrades during the build process. The rear suspension was swapped out for a Ford 9in with a triangulated 4-link, and the car was mini-tubbed to accommodate a wider wheel and tire package. The front subframe was swapped out as well, with a new setup including coil-overs, disc brakes, and rack and pinion steering. Plus Global West Suspension subframe connectors were added to stiffen everything up.

Power for this ride comes from a 6.0L LS topped with a Holley Performance Products intake. A Be Cool, Inc. radiator keeps the LS running cool.

The inside of this Chevy was completely redone, and some more upgrades were added here as well. Dakota Digital gauges were installed to monitor vitals and a Retro Manufacturing radio adds some modern audio features with a classic look. Electrical duties are handled by an American Autowire Classic Update harness.

The exterior was treated to a lot of body work before being finished off with the two-tone treatment. And some Ridler Wheels wheels wrapped in Nitto Tire USA tires really set it off.

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