Brandon Collins roams the streets of Orlando, Florida, in his Pro Street 1956 Chevy 210 sedan. Brandon has owned the Tri-Five for 10 years—since he was 14—and says it’s 90 percent complete. The frame-up build was performed by Brandon, with help from his father and grandfather. The 406 small-block is backed with a Turbo 400 transmission and a Ford 9-inch rearend. This Tri-Five’s Pro Street vibe is confirmed with the big 31x18R15 Mickey Thompson S/R radials out back, rollcage, and monster tach—with shift light—bolted to the dash. Future plans call for a twin-turbo LS engine once the budget allows.
This 1968 Camaro was built by One Way Collision Center (Merrill, WI) for owner Keith Vivereto. For motivation, this Pro Touring build relies on a TCI Engineering IFS, torque arm rear, Ford 9-inch with Truetrac diff, and RideTech double-adjustable shocks all the way around. American Racing Custom Shop 18-inch Rally wheels wear sticky 265/40R18 front and 315/40R18 rear Michelin Pilot Sport S tires. A Chevrolet Performance Connect & Cruise LSX376, that puts out 525 hp, is mated to a 4L70E overdrive trans. Custom body mods include shaved side markers and driprails, along with a set of Detroit Speed mini-tubs. The paint color is Son of a Gun Grey from Axalta. The interior features VHX gauges, Vintage Air A/C, and Custom Autosound Bluetooth radio.
Sorry, but we don’t have the owner’s name on this one, but we know it can be found on the roads somewhere in Florida. What we have here is a 1987 Monte Carlo LS that has been updated power-wise with a GM Performance Parts 330hp 350 crate engine and TH350 transmission. Further power updates include an EPS manifold, Summit carb, Hedman headers, and 2 1/2-inch exhaust with Thrush mufflers. New paint covers all the original body panels. To claim that 90 percent of the interior is original is a testament to the owner’s passion for the Monte.
Photos courtesy of the owners