Bold red paint and big rear tires let you know this 1936 Chevrolet Business Coupe is a true V8-powered street machine custom
And features like the comfy A/C interior also let you know it was made for cruising.
We love these coupes because they have that unmistakable classic style. It’s in the details, like the curvy fenders, torpedo-like headlights, and long trunk. And you can see the waterfall grille in its full glory thanks to the deleted front bumper. And the full steel presentation makes this feel like a true classic. Of course, there’s more here than just history. Weld-style racing wheels, extra meaty rear tires, and lowered stance drive home a performance feel. And the red is bold enough to make sure people know you have a street machine even before they hear the rumble.
Open the door to reveal a cool custom machine. The tan tweed bucket seats are a nice upgrade, and the red inserts and piping coordinate with the exterior color. The same tan and red coordination are on the dash, headliner, and custom door panels for a thoughtful total presentation. A comfy cruiser needs the right upgrades, and so you have cold-blowing air conditioning, tinted windows, and an AM/FM/CD stereo. You’ve got a grippy sports steering wheel mounted, and the dash is done well with classic readouts in place and auxiliary gauges in the custom lower panel.
Under the hood is a tidy and stylish setup with a smooth color-matched firewall and bright components like the polished valve covers, alternator, air cleaner, and much more. The 350 cubic-inch V8 block is looking bold, and it has been upgraded with a dual plenum air intake, an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, an aluminum intake, an aluminum radiator, and shorty headers feeding the dual exhaust and Flowmaster mufflers. The three-speed automatic transmission feeds into a stout 9-inch rear to get power to those wide Mickey Thompson tires. You’ll also find plenty of cruiser appeal with an upgraded independent front end, rack & pinion power steering, and front disc brakes.
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