1952 Chevrolet Stlyeline Deluxe, 2 door.
The top has been chopped 5" in front and 6" towards the rear, it was widened 3" also to match. Rain gutters were removed, and all seams on the entire car were smoothed, and all trim has been removed. The head lights were recessed 3" not frenched. the door handles and key locks have all been removed, there are electric poppers in doors and trunk w/ button in console for both doors, with hidden manual releases also(inside and out), Also has remote for doors and trunk.
Interior is done in a retro tuck n roll all black and no handles or switches on door pannels( they too are shaved, clean). The seats were redone four times to acommidate for the low roof, now its good for 5' tall driver to 6'6", nice and comfortable and easy to see out. power windows, wing windows are functionable. gauges have been rebuit and finished in orange to match flames that come out of the vents and wrap into the door jams, has a monster tach with shift light, headliner is done in a black carbonfiber look. nice sound system with a 10" sub and two component 6" speakers (molded into custom kick pannels) in front, each have their own amp.
The transmission is a THM 350 with a stage two shift kit and a mild stall. also has a B&M ratchet shifter.
The engine is a 355c.i. small block chevy early model with 10-1 compression and hyd lifters, large cam and new carb,distributor, wires, alum. radiator. two electric fans, chrome alternator, power sterering with power disc in front and drums on rear(10bolt) with air shocks. frame was stubed with a 1980 camaro and is straight and is done right.
The wheels are 17" Boyds with new tires. it has won many shows this summer and lots of best in class. over 1000 hours of just body work & block sanding. Flames are airbrushed and look so real.
I have had this out all summer and it drives down the highway at 75 or 85 mph with no issues and no over heating, I wanted a highway cruiser not a stoplight racer.. it gets 15 or so mpg if you dont have your foot in it.