1964 Chevrolet Chevelle
Share on Twitter:
Mammoth Spring, AR
First off this car is basically new. This car is very nice. It is a California Black Plate car. I have the original 1963 plates that came with the car. American Muscle Car show at Gateway Raceway (750 cars) and won two 1st places and one 2nd. While at the KSHE Car show put it on a chassis dyno and it made 712 RHP (883hp flywheel) and was 8% lean. No rust, being originally from California. The paint is a dark blue with a slight purple hue added to the clear coat. R&R Chassis of Arnold, MO has installed an 8pt moly cage and is now certified to 8.50 as of April '06 to keep it legal under 9.90. The engine is a 4 bolt 406 cu in with AFR 220 heads match ported to the Weiand blower intake. Comp cams custom grind cam and springs setup just for this car (weight, tranny, rear, etc). Comp cams gear drive. Crower stainless rockers, Comp cams stud girdle. Aluminum Fab valve covers. Eagle 4340 Pro crank and 4340 H Beam rods under J&E dished blower pistons Milodon pan. Headers are Hooker Super Comps that have been Cerma-coated by JCM Machine in House Springs, MO. Mufflers are Flow Masters with 3 tubes. The blower is an 8-71 Weiand unit running at 3% under for 12 lbs of boost topped with two 750 cfm Demon race carbs that are boost referenced to the blower and bench flowed. The intake scoop is custom made from scratch with three gauges in the rear showing boost, oil pressure, and vacuum. Moroso 3 vane vacuum pump. A Griffin 2 pass (same as 4 core)aluminum radiator and 17 electric fan. A CSR electric billet water pump has a custom made billet manifold with #12 braided line relocated to the right front radiator support to keep the front of the motor clean and uncluttered. Custom aluminum polished overflow cans for the radiator and vacuum system are fed by braided stainless lines...as are every other line on the engine. The tranny is a Wise 1.76 Pro Glide with transbrake behind a 3500 stall coan Blower converter. 1350 yokes at both ends of a custom driveshaft came from Transmissions To Go in Arnold, MO. Miller's Rear Gears in Valley Park, MO narrowed the 9 Ford 3 inches and stiffened it with a full length rear brace, a Strange center section with a light weight spool and 35 spline axles and added disk brakes. The adjustable brackets for the custom made upper and lower control arms to keep the car in a stock suspension class A custom anti-roll bar. The fuel tank is an 18 gallon aluminum unit. Barry Grant fuel pump and 4 port pressure regulator. The car is street legal and currently has plates on it. The tires are new and are 10.5 inch MT Drag Radials on the rear and MT Sportsmans on the front with Weld Draglite XPs all around. Kirkey Aluminum Race seats with black upholstery. MSD 7 Digital programmable ignition with 45 psi MAP sensor and fiber optic signal pickup. All new original equipment wiring in car with all electric race accessories on its own circuit all separate from original equipment wiring. $45000.00 OBO. 870-625-0026.
Price Analysis for
The Pie chart below shows the number of ads within different price ranges.