Meet this luxurious looking 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle, which has his premiere at the last year SEMA auto show and it is built by Customs by Lopez. First of all, it looks awesome, because of the color combination. It is a “Lamborghini Orange” in combination with a wide black stripe along the hood, decklid, and black bumpers.
The interior is at the highest level, completely custom made of real brown leather. The bucket seats are from a Mercedes, chilled with a Vintage Air AC unit, and powered by the RetroSound audio system. While the trunk gives an outstanding personal after drive satisfaction.
This 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle under the hood it is powered by a naturally aspirated GM’s 348 cubic-inch or 5.7-liter small-block LS1 Gen-III V8 engine, producing 420 horsepower. Underneath it is equipped with Ridetech suspension, braking performance is made possible by a set of Wilwood calipers and vented rotors. While the awesome stance comes from the stunning Budnik black ‘n gold wheels wrapped with Toyo Proxes R888R tires.