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Edelbrock's 1967 Chevy Chevelle - Father & Son - Track Attack

Edelbrock '67 Chevelle

By Super Chevy Staff, Photography by Super Chevy Staff

Driver's Impression - On the Street
The Edelbrock Chevelle was another car in this evaluation that impressed me because it had simple, bolt-on parts that any enthusiast could install. Yet these same parts transformed the machine from an old-school automobile to a first-class, modern driver. Did it exhibit a little more body roll than some of the others? Yes, but the trade-off was an extremely pleasant, comfortable ride. That's a compromise I think most enthusiasts would be happy to make, especially those who live in parts of the country where snow, salt trucks and plows have made a mockery of the once-smooth pavement.

Other likes? The logical gauge placement, three-spoke steering wheel, and the tilt column made for a nice driving environment, though you sit a little high in the stock seats for my taste. Stout brakes, too. On the downside, the steering was numb on center (though the car had a nice, tight turning radius). The Centerforce clutch had a nice, firm pedal and worked beautifully with the Tremec TKO 600 five-speed, but in a car like this you need a longer shifter. Either that or I need longer arms.

Overall, I enjoyed my time in the Edelbrock Chevelle. It was just a hot rod done right, a dual purpose machine that you could drive anywhere, but one where you'd go an extra 10 miles out of your way to and from work if it meant you could exercise it on a curvy back-country road.-Jim Campisano

Edelbrock '67 Chevelle Specs
Type: Gen I small-block, 400 cid, 500 hp
Block: GM Bow Tie
Fuel Delivery: Edelbrock Pro-Flo 2 EFI, Edelbrock electric pump

Transmission: Tremec TKO-600 five-speed
Rearend: Moser 9-inch rear, 3.73 gears

Chassis Suspension
Steering: Saginaw 605 power steering box supplied by Borgeson

Front Suspension
Spindles: Stock
Front Shocks: Edelbrock Classic
Front Springs: Eibach 1.3-inch drop springs
Front Control Arms: SPC Pro Series tubular
Front Sway bar: Edelbrock

Rear Suspension
Rear Shocks: Edelbrock Classic
Rear Springs: Eibach 1.3-inch drop springs
Rear Sway bar: Edelbrock
Front Brakes: Baer Claw(r) TRACK brake system 2-Piston aluminum calipers and 1-Piece 13" cross-drilled, slotted and zinc-washed performance rotor
Rear Brakes: Baer Claw(r) TRACK brake system single-piston aluminum calipers and 1-Piece 13-inch cross-drilled, slotted and zinc-washed performance rotor

Wheels & Tires
Wheels: American Torq Thrust II, 17x7 front/17x8 rear
Tires: Nitto NT05 235/40ZR17 front and rear

RESULTS '67 Chevelle '10 Camaro
Skidpad: 0.87 g 0.85 g
Slalom: 45.89 mph 45.84 mph
Autocross: 48.61 sec. 46.32 sec.

By Super Chevy Staff
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