Nice looking cars smooth, I especially like your duster! I have a 1974 Pro-Street Monte Carlo, I have never had it timed but I don't think I would it would be much for you to worry about? More show than go but it is fairly quick for a big car, I must have taken about 5 to 7 hundred pounds of weight out of it when I tubbed and Pro-streeted it? There is enough metal in those older cars to build about 2 or 3 cars now a days!..Thanks for the Pics.....Irv
Grizzlit, you have my dream car!!! Wow, that is beautiful! I have loved the chevelle's for as long as I can remember? My favorite is the 69 Chevelle SS 396, I have wanted one of those for years! But any of the Chevelles from the sixties I would love to have. I almost bought one(69SS) when I was 18 years old but my father talked me out of it? He regrets doing that to this day, especially what that car would be worth now a days! That is a great looking car you have, and a 427 to boot! It looks super clean and straight as an arrow. Did you do most of the work yourself? If so, you did a fabulous job! Thanks a million for sharing, if you have anymore, I would love to see them! I don't suppose your thinking of selling are you? Awesome car! Thanks again.......Irv
Actually Irv, I did end up selling this car a couple of months ago. I had the car for 10 years and loved it!!! I bought the the car when it was about 60% done. The guy that had it lost his job and couldnt finish it. I never planned on selling but someone approached me and offered BIG MONEY. Time for another one. Im plannin on another one this year. Maybe a 70-72 Chevelle. Definitly Big Block. Im thinking around 540cu in. or more. Ill post pics when i get one. Thanks for the commments.
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