Certain vehicles, like customs, simply have a timeless appearance that holds up well over time.
One of those creations is this 1965 Chevelle, which has a 383 stroker engine,
air suspension, and a ton of custom metal work. In the feature video that follows,
, we're going to get up close and personal with this customized Chevelle.
Roughly fifteen years ago, Sean Dell of So Cal Rods and Customs put this Chevelle together.
Because of the car's bad state, the builders really intended to find a new donor when
the vehicle was first disassembled to its bare metal. Before constructing
the Chevelle to its present magnificent form, the builders made the necessary repairs t
appease the owner, who objected and insisted on continuing with the vehicle they had brought.
Looking at the outside, this Chevelle has a ton of unique metal work, including fabricated grille
and grille trim, bespoke header panel, deleted cowl, and modified bumpers.
Additionally, there are two sideview mirrors for the Honda S2000 that are still powered.