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Stephens City, Virginia
United States

 
 

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1934 Chevrolet 2 dr. sedan ("The Doc's Project")

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About

I built this car in tribute to and in memory of, my Brother, Don (The Doc), who was going to build it, but lost his battle to cancer, just before he was going to start on it. This is THE FIRST and ONLY car i've built from frame, up. Homebuilt & Driven. (That's "Bowser" formally of the group Sha Na Na giving the '34 his "Bowser Approval" !!!)

Specs

Eng. 383 stroker, was 425 HP from GM, but it has been reworked by Hottle Engine Development and now is around 515 HP. One word.....WICKED.

Factory Options

Best thing i did, was to leave the factory out of it! :o)

Mods

Personally designed and fabricated overhead console, with power window switches, am/fm/cd radio, dropdown 9 1/2" screen DVD unit and a seperate 6 cd player. Entire unit upholstered to match interior. Lower console designed and fabricated to go from dash to floor. houses ign. switch and all controls for lights, heat/air/def. upholstered to match interior.

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