The countdown clock for CPP Week to Wicked presented by Super Chevy and Axalta is rapidly nearing zero. The tech center is alive with the hum of video crews checking lighting and equipment and our tech team is running through the parts collection to make sure we have all the necessary wares for a full Pro Touring transformation. The 1967 Chevelle, built for Super Chevy by the amazing crew at Auto Metal Direct (AMD) is parked serenely on a lift, unaware of the maelstrom of modification awaiting it in only three, short days.
Make sure to tune in to Super Chevy at SuperChevy.com on Monday April 18th where we will be posting daily build updates, videos and more. Also, keep an eye out for a blitz of social media updates on Facebook and Instagram.
We have one week to completely transform this car, before it hits the road for an unforgiving 1,000-mile road-trip through the harsh highways of Arizona. Can we do it? Tune in and find out.
What is CPP Week to Wicked Presented by Super Chevy and Axalta?
It all begins the morning of April 18 when our stock 1967 Chevelle will roll into Super Chevy’s Santa Ana Tech Center for a full teardown and rebuild. We’ll be pulling the car down to its bones, replacing steering, suspension, powertrain, drivetrain, and just about everything else you can possibly imagine; all with the goal of bringing the performance of a 1967 Chevelle up to par with modern muscle cars. It’ll be a mad rush till the very last seconds of our timeline. And if that wasn’t enough, immediately following the build, we’ll be driving the car on a 1,000-plus-mile road trip to prove its road readiness. We’ll be hitting the drag strip, the engine dyno, and a few scenic local sites!
How can you follow along from home? The entire event will be covered on SuperChevy.com via daily video and story updates, as well as on all of our social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Stay tuned for what is sure to be one heckuva ride!
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