The 1967 Chevelle SS is the single most sought after car out there! The Chevelle Super Sport, or SS represented Chevrolet's entry into the muscle car battle! Early 1964 and 1965 Chevelles had a Malibu SS badge on the rear quarter panel. Starting in mid-1964, the Chevelle could be ordered with the division’s 327-cubic-inch V8, in either 250 or 300 hp. Both used a four-barrel carburetor and 10.5:1 compression. For 1965, Chevrolet also added the 350-hp 327 V8 as Regular Production Option L79. A total of 294,160 Chevelles were built the first year, including 76,860 SS models! This Chevelle we are building right now is unfortunately not an original SS! We are turning this 1967 Chevelle Malibu into the SS. No matter if its a clone SS or an original it is still one sweet ride
For all you Corvette lovers this is the dream car for you and so very many others out there! This is a 1972 C3 Corvette! I mean there aren't a whole lot of cars out there that beat this car! They even had the fender flares build into the contour of the body to reduce damage from rocks and other wheel-thrown debris! That is a lot better then most of the vehicles now that look like the flares are bulky add ons! That way you get the sleek, sexy look ,that the Chevrolet Corvette has mastered so very well over the years, and still get to keep your paint in perfect condition! Now this C3 that we have in our shop right now is getting the full once over to bring it back to its former glory as one sweet ride! We are bringing this Corvette back to the factory look and quality! When we are done with this bad boy it will look like it was just driven off the showroom floor in 1972! Just as the customer ordered!
Carvention was a huge success! Between all the crazy rides everyone brought, the amazing artwork by the Pinstripers, the fun atmosphere and people and above all else the money that was raised for the Kauri Sue Hamilton School donated by all the caring people who came by, Carvention was one amazing weekend! Because of everyone's willingness to help those in need Carvention was able to raise $18,555.00! We just want to say thank you to all those who participated and to JC Hackett for putting it all together
Carvention III is Utah's newest "Off season" indoor automotive show! On February 24th, 25th and 26th is three days of Hot-Rod and Classic Car style fun. Carvention is filled with the most beautiful “rides” and the atmosphere is set with style, artwork, and music! Not only will you get to come look at all the amazing rides the local builders and residents have, but you will get the satisfaction and joy of helping out a very outstanding charity! Kauri Sue Hamilton School is a Special Needs school that helps and improves the lives of thousands of disabled people and their families! Come and enjoy your weekend looking at all the wonderful rides the locals have to offer and do a great thing while doing so! There isn't a better reason then charity and muscle cars to take your family and friends out on the weekend!
Part of our Most Sought After Muscle Cars Series Sure, there are six generations of Camaros, but when it comes to the really beautiful cars, it’s the first-generation Camaros that we’re talking about. The Camaro is a car that has come in many different variations. Some of the models would be classified as more of a pony car rather than a muscle car; affordable, compact, highly styled, sporty, and performance-oriented. And then there are the truly powerful muscle cars. These are the ones that we love here at Wasatch Customs. Chevrolet first created the Camaro to compete with the Ford Mustang, code-named Panther. Wikipedia tells a funny story about how Chevrolet approached the new vehicle in the press. On June 21, 1966, around 200 automotive journalists received a telegram from General Motors ... read more