Not So Cheap StreetWho: John B. SmithWhat: '68 Chevy ChevelleWhere: Boalsburg, PAWhy: We think this guy bought at least one part from every advertiser in the magazine. The result is this dope Chevelle with eye-popping orange paint and a World Products 540hp 509-inch Rat. It also has a Keisler five-speed swap with a McLeod Street Twin clutch, a 12-bolt Moser rearend, and every other cool part in between.We Say: We're kind of jealous. This guy just sent us his entire collection of receipts on a spreadsheet. Never add up all the receipts. This guy just sent us his entire collection of receipts on a spreadsheet. Never add up all The Last $1,000 ChevelleWho: Kirt StarWhat: '70 Chevy ChevelleWhere: New Berlin, WIWhy: Kirt bought this car in 1986 for only $1,000. A couple of years later he got his hands on a rust-free shell and got to work. The frame-off resto was completed in 1996 and included a 402-inch big-block and a stupid flat-tappet mechanical cam with 256/266 degrees of advertised duration and 0.580/0.605-inch lift. With a 100-shot of nitrous, it runs 11.61 at 116 mph. What can we say about a black '70 Chevelle SS? We like the big-block, for one. 18-Year-OldWho: Kenneth TylerWhat: '78 Pontiac Trans AmWhere: Lapeer, MIWhy: Ken says he's had this car for the last 18 years. It has a 400-inch engine with the addition of a 750-cfm Holley vacuum secondary carburetor. It also has a limited slip and a 3.42:1 gear.He Says: "No shots about my '80s sunvisor."We Say: OK. Are those fuzzy dice? Now with optional wicked wheel offset. « | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | » | View Full Article Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!