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Hot Rod Chassis’ 1967 Chevelle

Brandan Gillogly Jul 23, 2017
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After several versions of renderings, the final color scheme used a factory Mitsubishi blue and an off-center cream stripe with Chevy Orange accents.

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VFN built the fiberglass decklid with the custom spoiler designed by Chad Hill.

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A track-tuned suspension from Ridetech uses American Racing wheels, Wilwood brakes, and Nitto NT05 tires, with 245/40R18 front and 295/35R18 rear.

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Custom SS 376 emblems are from Billet Badges and have Chevy orange accents to match the stripe.

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An LSA V8 with a Camaro ZL1 charge cooler lid put out a bit more than the factory-rated 580 hp.

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The RideTech shocks are adjustable vie remote reservoir, making for easy access.

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Recaro seats and four-point harness hold the front occupants in tight and a RideTech Tiger Cage helps reinforce the chassis for consistent handling. A Tremec six-speed was installed using a Hurst driveline kit that works with the factory four-speed console.

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The custom dash was built from two factory dashes and houses Auto Meter gauges.

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The knob is a BrakeOMeter proportioning valve that allows for on-the-fly adjustment of front to rear brake bias. The H-handle if a fire suppression system.

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