1974 Chevrolet Chevelle Wagon - Project: Low Buck Long Roof: THE CHASSIS
Powdercoated Frame and Accessories We used Superior Powdercoating out of Nashville, TN to coat the frame and the other brackets, suspension parts, etc.
After we took inventory of everything it was time to get started on the reassembly.
Powdercoated Accessories Cont.
We wanted everything going back on the car to look like new so we powdercoated everything!
Rear End Mounted, Lines Ran... After our powder–coated parts returned from Nashville, it was time to reassemble the frame. Pictured here you see the Moser 9'' rear end mounted to the underside of the frame, along with a Detroit Speed rear sway bar.
We also began running the lines for the fuel system at this time.
1974 Chevrolet Chevelle Wagon - Project: Low Buck Long Roof: FINISHED VEHICLE| 05/20/2011
After the wagon came out of paint we took it out to take some photos. We think it looks great, and from the attention it got during Power Tour and Hot Rod Reunion, everyone else does too!
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.
Come See Us at SEMA!| 10/23/2018
Read on to find out how to find us at SEMA and find out what vehicles we'll be displaying within our booth!
Holley Releases Single Plane Split-Design Race Intake Manifolds| 10/22/2018
They're made just for high-performance and race Gen III LS engines with cathedral port heads and 4150-style square-bore flanged carburetors or throttle bodies.