Restomods are about dreaming big, and this 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle LS2 Restomod shows you exactly what happens when you go for it all. This low mileage build has sleek black paint, an awesome stance, and a red interior loaded with the best features - like power windows and A/C. Plus, theres a modern LS2 fuel-injected heart beating under the hood, and it has the suspension and five-speed upgrades to really let you enjoy it to the fullest. This coupe is the kind of quality that takes a long commitment. Were even told this was a two-year project by a whole crew, and theres only about 150 miles on the full build. Thats why this car has such a clean and straight appearance. The sheet metal, chrome bumpers, and panel gaps were all held to higher standards, and the black retains the kind of slickness youd expect from a one-year-old paint job. Not only is this glossy, but it also makes for the right mean Super Sport kind of style The SS attitude is continued on the blackout grille, hood vent trim, and ribbed rocker panels. But there are a few subtle hints that youre looking at something much more than just a cut-above classic. For example, the set of classic Torq Thrust D wheels is a period-correct kind of upgrade, except the larger 18-inch size means you can now fit modern sports tires. Inside is a premium and loaded interior. In fact, the red is so bright it looks like hot lava overflowing from within the dark black exterior. And just like the outside, they made big investments inside to look stock but upgrade the experience. Thats why the seats, door panels, dash pad, and headliner all appear factory, but they have the freshness of brand new. Even the little details are working like the clock and dome light. They subtly integrated great modern upgrades like an AM/FM stereo with Bluetooth and extra sound insulation material. The power windows mean you never have to leave the drivers seat to show off the pillarless hardtop profile, and the ice-cold air conditioning allows you to do that comfortably even in the summertime. The driver experience is upgraded with a classic Chevy sports steering wheel on a tilt column, and beyond that is the cool glow of the full Dakota Digital gauge package done in red to match the interior. And have you counted the gears on the Hurst shifter yet? Youll love lifting the hood at car shows because everyone enjoys seeing such a well-integrated modern powerhouse. We like how the black with red accents reminds us of the exterior/interior color combo, and everything from the billet hood hinges to the tidy tucked wires tells you this was a thoughtful upgrade. So it puts the 6.0-liter LS2 motor at center stage. This powerhouse is said to have been borrowed from a 2006 Corvette with only 35k miles on it. And it has been upgraded with a Holley Sniper fuel injection system, a Texas Speed stage II cam with spring kit, and a nice set of headers feeding the X-pipe dual exhaust. Plus, there are a ton of great supporting components, including ICT billet motor mounts with urethane bushings, an Optima red top battery, an American Auto wire harness, and an aluminum radiator with electric fan. The SST Tremec TKO five-speed manual transmission and Ram clutch is a terrific modern upgrade to give you stout control. This feeds a Dynotech driveshaft on its way to the strong 12-bolt rear end. The suspension is also all about control. Thats why you have QA1 front control arms, Moog bushings, a Detroit Speed sway bar, boxed rear arms, a thick rear sway bar, and QA1 adjustable coilovers all around. Plus, with power steering, grippy ZR-rated tires, and four-wheel disc brakes, this is the kind of classic thats as solid as a modern sports machine. The sale comes complete with title documentation and build component info. This is a fresh build with sleek looks, great quality, and a ton of power. So if you demand the best of everything, dont let this restomod slip away. Call today!!!