Jared G, Owner of Mile High Muscle, built this 1967 Chevelle for one of his clients.
The client already had a 1969 Chevelle daily driver but wanted something a bit more wild, and thus this 1967 Chevelle restomod was created to fill that need. Now he has the best of both worlds with a nice ’69 daily driver and an award winning 1967 Chevelle show car!
Some of the more unique aspects of the build include shaved drip rails and a chrome window trim delete to give it a more sinister appearance. Originally a small block car from the factory, Jared and the client chose to go with a tuned up 427 big block to power this Chevelle instead.
“Although not originally a big block car, the 427 engine was a dealer option that year, so I feel the engine swap is justified.Jared G
Just wait for the customer’s ’69 Chevelle which was originally a 396, was swapped to a 572 but will soon be a 632!”
The car is attending as many shows as are available and they hope it wins many more awards to come. In the very near future the pair will be upgrading to an Art Morrison GT Sport chassis to make the car less of a restomod and more of a pro-tourer.
Check out some of the highlights of this ’67 Chevelle below:
Chevrolet aluminum big block V8 427 cu. in.
541HP at 5800 rpm and 522 ft.lb. torque at 4400 rpm
Pro rectangle port aluminum oversized valves and Stage 1 ports
Eddie Motorsport polished S-Drive serpentine system
Holley Super Sniper E.F.I.
Custom built Entropy aluminum radiator with dual fans
Tremec TKO 600 5 speed
McLeod twin disc clutch
Hotchkis Sport TVS adjustable front and rear suspension
Wilwood Superlite 6 piston front/4 piston rear
Wilwood master cylinder with power booster
Ridler 695 20″x8.5″ rims with Nitto 555 225/35 R20 tires
Ridler 695 20″x10″ rims with Nitto 555R 305/45 R20 tires