1974 Chevrolet Chevelle Wagon - Project: Low Buck Long Roof: FINISHED VEHICLE
Engine bay complete Here's a shot of the engine bay as it sits today.
If you've picked up on it, everything else in the engine bay is downplayed in order to accentuate the engine itself.
The coil covers and the dual filters on top of the 0–8007's give the engine a classic look, while the Hooker exhaust Manifolds look almost factory and offer that streamlined look and great functionality.
Interior #6 Gotta love that rumble seat!
Rear/Exhaust There is a lot to see in the rear of the car. Aside from the freshly painted under side of the wagon the Detroit Speed & Engineering sway bar is in place to minimize body roll. The Holley in–line fuel system can be seen on the left, and the custom stainless steel exhaust that finishes along the right rear of the car.
Front undercarraige Here you can see all of the factory suspension components that we powder–coated along with the Detroit Speed & Engineering front sway bar. Additionally you can see the underside of our orange LQ9 which has been fitted with our Holley Engine Swap Oil Pan.
1974 Chevrolet Chevelle Wagon - Project: Low Buck Long Roof: BODY & PAINT| 04/24/2011
Project Low Buck Long Roof started out with humble beginnings, which is apparent in the picture to the left. Nonetheless, the car is in great condition with approximately 43,000 miles on the clock.
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