Feast your eyes on this incredible 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle restomod. It’s a showstopper, no doubt about it. The build has just 2,364 miles on it and is ready for a new owner. It is currently up for sale through Vanguard Motor Sales in Plymouth, Michigan. The car is dressed to a T and dripping in gorgeous House of Kolor True Blue Pearl Paint with Pearl Flames along its length. The color alone accentuates every angle of the car and really complements the body lines beautifully. The polished aluminum American Racing wheels are the icing on the cake and give this Chevelle some extra flair.
If you thought the outside was straight fire, take a look inside and you’ll find a matching custom black and blue interior that’s truly immaculate. The cabin usually takes a backseat to a vehicle’s exterior, but this one is worth taking a closer look at. The interior sports bucket seats up front with custom colored upholstery. Other noteworthy features include a leather-wrapped billet aluminum steering wheel, Autometer Phantom gauges, aftermarket radio, and center console with billet aluminum components throughout.
This Chevy is sure to turn heads wherever you go and earn some trophies at car shows. Pop the hood open and you’ll find a GM 502 cubic-inch Big-Block V8 motor mated to a TH400 three-speed automatic transmission. Power is sent to BFGoodrich Drag radials out back through a GM 12-bolt Posi rear-end differential. The engine bay is show-worthy with a slew of upgrades and tasteful dressings like GM Performance aluminum cylinder heads, Holley four-barrel 850 CFM carburetor, a chrome master cylinder and power booster, chrome alternator, MSD ignition, and March Serpentine pulley setup. Polished aluminum parts include an Edelbrock intake manifold, valve covers and air cleaner, a distributor, Be Cool aluminum radiator, and an A/C compressor.
Even the undercarriage is in excellent condition. You won’t hesitate to have someone take a look under the car and may even help them out with a mirror or two. This Chevelle has got nothing to hide. It’s is super fun to drive, regardless of being an auto, and sounds incredible. Just start it up and lightly tap the gas to hear that Big-Block rumble. The dual exhaust with Flowmaster mufflers really amplifies the sound of this bad boy.
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