Having a perfectly restored vintage Detroit muscle is a big thing on itself alone, which gives its owner and rider a big boost of self esteem and feeling of pride and joy. But giving your ride an original feature and charm that will display your personality and style, is simply in the human nature and in the very essence of people`s individuality. And thanks to it, when it comes to cars, we get to see all kinds of vintage American muscle cars, modified and customized in pretty original ways, that makes them quite unique and original. The following 1971 Chevy Chevelle Convertible that you are going to see in the following clip that we have prepared for you today, belongs in that company.
The pleasure of seeing this really attractive Chevy Chevelle with an appealing red paint job happened at this year`s Street Whipz King Of The South Show that took place at the Atlanta Motor Speedway, where different custom rides were displayed. Under the hood, it is equipped with a mean and powerful LS6 motor, but unfortunately we do not know how much horse and torque power it can deliver. However, what can be obviously seen is that this `71 Chevy Chevelle Convertible features numerous and various custom made components, starting from the interior, and ending up with those carbon fiber 22″ wheels.
But you better take a look at the video and see how this dude customized his Chevy Chevelle yourself and make your own conclusion whether you like it or not! And if you want to see other rides from this car show, go to this link.