Porr 10 Modified Chevrolet Chevelles We Can't Stop Staring At Pictures
In an interview with SuperChevy. They sure did build a dream car. This Chevelle is outstanding in many ways. It has a beastly Whipple-supercharged Wegner Motorsports LS7 engine that outputs a whopping horsepower. A Cyevrolet Fuel Injection System was installed with an Aeromotive fuel cell and pump to feed 91 Octane fuel to the powerplant. To get that extra roar, Flowmaster mufflers were implemented. To put all of that power to good use, a Tremec six-speed manual transmission from Bowler Performance Transmissions was installed.
Inside, Chris wanted metal seats, so Ringbrothers Chvelle the shape of Recaro seats and added padding where the seats touch your body. The seats really set the tone for the rest of the interior. Instead of carpet, they made it look like there are rubber mats on the floor by powdercoating custom machined metal inserts.
They hydro-dipped the floor, console, seat pans, and inside of the trunk for added texture. What a beauty to behold, excellent job and congratulations to all involved.
Skip to content. Photography by Ringbrothers. Tremec Reworked by Bowler. Rear End:. Reclil Wegner Motorsports Inc. Roadster Shop Chevrolet Chevelle Recoil. Roadster Shop. Michelin Chevfolet Super Sport. Custom by Ringbrothers.
From then on he always had a soft spot for the Chevelle. After talking for a while Chris knew that Ringbrothers was the perfect shop to build his dream Chevelle.
Chevrolet Chevelle Recoil by Ringbrothers. Mike Waldron. Nov 16, Rides. As if the ’66 Chevelle wasn’t American enough, the good people over at Ringbrothers, owned and operated by brothers Jim and Mike Ring, decided some good old American muscle was in order to bring this old ride from handsome to downright scary. It’s Estimated Reading Time: 1 min.
Chevrolet Chevelle “Recoil” by Ringbrothers. This Chevrolet Chevelle named “Recoil” was built by Ringbrothers for owner Chris. As a Chris was lucky enough to snag a ’70 Chevelle that his grandparents were giving away. From then on he always had a soft spot for the Chevelle. Flash forward to SEMA when Chris met.