20 Nisan 2011 Çarşamba

Chevrolet '50

Woodie Style: '50 Chevrolet by Brad Starks Rod & Custom ECO We are not fanatics, we are interested in tuning and we like old cars, especially mixes. In this case we have a 1950 Chevrolet bad news: there are so many things to note how many rows of the model's history. Voila, Chevy Woody Style! First of all you need to know one thing. The team that made the project - Brad Starks Rod & Custom, not dismantled the wardrobe to make the wood. It's just paint. Perfect paint that mimics wood. When Brian was brought by the seller to the garage's Chevy was painted white, had four doors, was in operation, but many, many shortcomings. So Starks and his team did not waste any time, they got straight to work. First of all, they added 7 inches both front doors, giving also the handles. Then, they cut the roof 2.5 inches front and rear 3 inches. And did not stop there ... were still Cut 1-7/8 inches and added a windshield production in 1950. Starks's team has also redesigned bumpers, a rear window resized, changed the angle of trunk lock (and luggage - was fitted with a Lokar classic) and, easy, easy to install a totally seductive look. Of course, the equation is missing or Dupont Hot Hues paint and airbrush cappuccino Craze that's perfect imitation wood texture. In addition, the car has received a bumper extending from a Mustang II suspension with a set of Air Ride Technologies Shockwaves, for everything to settle down properly. For the curious, the wheels are superpolishate Budnik Gassers. The car is powered by a 502ci engine original, an electronic system equipped with Hilborn injection. Wilwood disc brakes are on 12''and the ignition system was purchased from MSD. Inside, as Chevy's been spoiled so far, not sacrificing quality. Besides the seats "borrowed" from a SunFire in '97, the entire decor is dominated by the skin. Leather, leather and leather. Other specifications include and ... impressive results! 500 hp and a member of the Goodguys knockout finalists in 2009.