This 1937 Chevrolet Coupe Is Alston Equipped And Big Block Powered For Cheap!

This 1937 Chevrolet Coupe Is Alston Equipped And Big Block Powered For Cheap!

Unfinished race cars are sometimes the best deals out there. Not always, but sometimes you can get a lot more for your money and end up with a project that has you way farther ahead that you’d be if you started from scratch with the same budget. You never know why people need to sell a project like this one, but if we were in the market for a new race car then this one could be a riot to finish and race. The body is steel with a fiberglass front end, and is in need of finishing but there is no arguing with the parts list in this one.

With a big block that has been dynoed at nearly 800 horsepower, a built Strange 9 inch, a fresh Mike’s Glide, a complete 4-link rear clip from Chris Alston’s Chassisworks and a matching front Alston clip as well, this car really does have some good stuff going on. It still needs the interior sheetmetal finished, but the bones are there and we bet this sucker would be a great time on the track. We’d love to see it with an 8-71 blower sticking through the hood. Wouldn’t you?

Here is all the info from the seller, including the contact info below:

1937 Chevy Coupe Drag Race Car.
The car is a new build with only dyno time on the engine.
468 BBC built by LTR Racing Engines. Dynoed at 786 HP
Strange 31 Spline rear end with Wilwood brakes.
Fresh Mike’s power glide trans. With all the goodies inside.
Chris Alston Chassis and suspension welded by Roger Gates Motorsports.
Interior not done due to illness not letting me finish the car.
No expense was spared on the build. Over $40,000 spent.
Runs and drives the way you see it. Just needs throttle linkage.
$20,000.00 or OBO.
Also have trailer for $1,750.00
Contact email [email protected]

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