The 2013 SEMA Show is underway which means there will be a lot of new cars to check out from various hot rod shops. Today we had the opportunity to catch the unveiling of the Alloway's Hot Rod Shop 1951 Chevrolet Fleetline. This car takes beauty to another level. We were truly stunned when they pulled the cover off it.
The car, owned by Larry Olson, was first rendered by artist Eric Brockmeyer of Brockmeyer designs. This thing is fully loaded. The paint was done in PPG Black and the chrome was done by Dans Polishing. Brakes on the car are handled by Wilwood with 6-piston calipers. BFGoodrich tires wrap the Billet Specialties one off "Alloway ET" wheels all while sitting on top of an Art Morrison custom chassis.
When the hood was popped open, everyone's jaw hit the floor. The engine is a 409ci Chevy w-block with 2-4 intake that was built by Keasler Racing. The engine keeps cool from the system that Steve Long Custom Radiator made. A 5-speed manual SS 700 transmission backs this monster up and the Barilarro Speed Emporium exhaust system let's everything flow through nicely.
The Steve Holcomb Pro Auto interior is classy. Gauges done by Classic Instruments accent the cars dash and a Vintage Air A/C keeps everything inside chilly.
This is one car that we were excited to see and we hope you like it too.
Engine: 409ci Chevrolet w-block
Headers & Exhaust: Barilarro Speed Emporium
Transmission: Keisler 5-speed SS 700
Chassis: Art Morrison custom
Brakes: Wilwood 6-piston
Wheels: Billet Specialties one off "Alloway ET"
Interior: Steve Holcomb Pro Auto
Gauges: Classic Instruments