1967 Chevy Chevelle

Chevy Hardcore shared this 1967 Chevelle purchased by Kimber Eaton of Shelter Island, New York. The interior is cool and modern and features Procar by SCAT Rally seats with the rear seat recovered in leather to match the front buckets.

Kimber was looking to make some upgrades to his 1967 Chevelle and did so with a complete Schwartz Performance G-Machine chassis, a set of RideTech coilovers and a pair of 14-inch Baer brakes sporting six-piston calipers. 572 inches of big block are under the hood and have been fitted a SCAT crankshaft, 4340 H-beam connecting rods, and forged Wiseco pistons. A sound system can be found under the hood (to not detract from the sound of the big block) with Dakota Digital gauges and a custom console found inside the hot rod.

Learn more on the Chevy Hardcore website.

Images courtesy of Schwartz Performance

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