Harold Caron, has been the most generous giving us a peek not only at his IROC but to his posse of Pro Street colleagues. One of them claims to posses the most amazing `70 Chevelle on Earth. Harold was right. The vehicle was packed and tubbed out with a 632ci big-block on nitrous and a 3,980 pounder, that hits like an earthquake. This Chevy Hero belongs to Keith Seaman, who inherited his love for the epic cars from his father, who unfortunately passed away of cancer. His father spend years, teaching Keith to repair and practically to put his hands on anything he could modify. This hell of a car has 1250cfm carburetor and 21/4-inch stainless steel headers.When it comes to its performance, this monster pulls 940hp and has an internally balanced 10:1 steel short-block, which is an aluminum set of cylinder heads, that suck more air flow that a 632ci engine requires.
Keith packed the Chevelle Chevy Hero with 4.30-gears, a 40 spline gun drilled in a four-link suspension, a 9-inch spool and 14-point roll cage, installed by Montana Bros Race Cars.
When it comes to the wheels he went on installing custom bead locks (153×31/2 front , 15×16 back), and Hoosier skinnies up front (28×41/2×15) and beast out back (33×221/2×15).
The exterior is painted in House of Kolor black and the interior is a load of glimmering chrome. The seats, the carpet, the steering wheel and the dash are black.
Wherever his father is, he must be very proud of his son.
However, have you ever met the Garage Squad?!