1957 Chevrolet Bel Air/150/210 V8 Twin Turbo Super Chevy magazine car
1957 Chevrolet 210 Tri-Five Terror. 418 cubic inch LS series engine with Garrett GT3582R twin turbos, Manly crank shaft, custom ground cam shaft, Scoggin Dicky LS3 heads, Holley HP fuel injection with 417 Motorsports Air To Water Holley Hi Ram intercooler, custom fuel tank with 2 pumps, Billet Specialties Tru Trac polished Serpentine belt system, Ron Davis Aluminum radiator with electric fans, American Racing stainless steel headers with 3" stainless steel exhaust, TH400 automatic transmission with manual valve body and trans brake, Martz weld in front chassis with rack and pinion power steering, Martz 4 four link rear suspension unit featuring a Ford 9" rearend with a 3.50:1 gear ratio, mini tubs, Ride Tech air ride suspension in all 4 corners, 15" Billet Specialties Street Lite wheels with rear double bead locks, Wilwood 4 wheel drilled and slotted disc brakes with a hydro boost power assist system, the exterior has been refinished in classic tropical turquoise with shaved drip rails and Carbon Fiber wrapped quarter panel inserts, tear drop hood cutout, billet hood and trunk hinges, LED tail lights, power windows, one of a kind custom built interior ( over 400 hours to complete) featuring Hydes Tan Jaguar Nappa full grain leather, German square weave carpet, custom console with compartments to hide the vehicles controls, molded headliner, matching trunk compartment with faux suitcases to hide the intercoolers icebox, Kenwood AM/FM/Bluetooth touch screen radio, polished aluminum dash trim, September 2017 Super Chevy feature car. This absolutely incredible build was highly inspired by Hot Rod magazines legendary Project X 57 Chevy and is probably one of the most powerful and luxurious Tri-Five street rods on the planet. If you want the Rolex of classic and muscle cars here it is!!!