Discussion in 'Other Rides' started by RingMaster4x4, Apr 13, 2003.
The tile says it all. If you have some pictures of one all fix up that would be great. Thanks.
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That is what I am starting to think about doin.
I think that would be kind of cool. /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
although i'd probably never do it, i'd have a lot of respect for a done out 4 door chevelle.
its unusual, which makes it cool.
i love the look of a 69 chevelle, but honestly, there are a lot of restored ones out there, it's nice to have something thats just plain different...
do you have any pics of it?
This not the car I am thinking about but this is the look I am going for.
Pimpin 4 door
I LOVE 4dr hot rods. I just missed out last week on a 68 4dr Nova that I was gonna buy.
Sure. My buddy had a hopped up grama car 4 door nova. It had his brothers hopped up Chevelle 396 in it for a while. Damn that was fun. Terd brown, have the vinyl top was gone, factory hub caps on 15x8 steelies with gator backs. Quite exhaust. Layed waste to all the snot nose punks with mustangs that momma bought them in the area. Then quetly drive off when the cops showed up in grama's old nova while the cops are nailing all the flashy cars. /forums/images/graemlins/rotfl.gif
Go for it! My 88 Burb is a real stop light sleeper. Pizza pan hub caps and a 454 with 3.73 gears /forums/images/graemlins/rotfl.gif
Its no Chevelle, but it is a GM a-body 4-door hot rod in progress! /forums/images/graemlins/wink.gif
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[/ QUOTE ] Hehehehe, I had a 63 4dr Nova, Gawd I loved to suck the windshields outta cars on the freeway when I went by... /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
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I had a 63 4dr Nova,
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Hey, me too, but mine had stock straight 6. Gave it up for rust though. Not enough time, love, or resources to keep it /forums/images/graemlins/frown.gif
Can You hot rod a 4 door chevelle?
Sure You can! It would be a Perfect Sleeper!
Built small or big block, with all the goodie's.
1.9.2 Compression ration ratio
2. Good head's, and a Good 3 or 4 angle valve job, pocket ported
3.Header's, with somewhat quiet muffler's, that are free flowing
4.A stout Auto trans. with a shift kit, and a stall converter
5.A rebuilt rear axle with say, 4:10's---4:88's in it, posi, or even better a detroit
6.Biggest rear street legal slick's that will fit in the wheelwell's, or tub it.
7.Leave the O.E.M. faded paint job on it.
8.Sneeker Nitrous setup, read [hidden]
9. on and on
Just sucker em in on a bet, and beat em! /forums/images/graemlins/cool.gif
Where did you get that Kick ass Pic? /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
My dad hot-rodded his 57 4-door Bel-Air. PO had stuck a triple-deuce 350 horse 327 in it with a Muncie. It was Gold and had the V and Chevrolet writing shaved off and was topped off with Cragar rims. It was the terror of the town till he bought his 67 Camaro 300/327... he sold it in the late 70's to get the family car for us! /forums/images/graemlins/angryfire.gif He still makes me cry to this day when he says, "You know, if I still had that Camaro, I'd have given it to you."
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