Matt Whitlock's 1936 Chevrolet
The fenderless 1936 Chevrolet 5 window body has been chopped 5.5 inches. The kustom frame that the body rests on is built by Wrecked Metals out of Boise, Idaho. Wrecked Metals made a 4 inch kick up in the front, and 12 in the rear. A 4 inch dropped Super Bell I beam axle, reversed eye spring, 1940 Ford spindles and finned Buick drums are used up front to tame the beast.
Matt's ride is built to drive, so a traditional Chevy 350 provides the power. The motor is equipped with finned Edelbrock valve covers and an Edelbrock 3x2 intake. Matt has recently sold his ride, and here at the Kustomrama garage, we can't wait to see the next creation coming out of his garage.
Off to Bonneville.........
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