With 3000 man hours and well over $200,000 invested and just over 300 miles since completion of its multi-year build, this stunning multiple award winning, Eric Brockmeyer designed Pontiac has been hand-crafted to the very highest of show standards.
Powered by a High Output 572 cid, 720 HP crate motor, and fitted with GM Performance polished heads, chrome intake, custom valve covers and air cleaner. MSD ignition, custom 2 1/4 inch headers and 3 inch stainless exhaust, custom polished aluminum radiator with dual electric fans, custom aluminum fuel cell and mated to a GM 4L80E programmable 4-speed automatic transmission, custom 3″ balanced and polished aluminum drive shaft and Currie built Fod 9″ posi-traction rear differential with polished aluminum center and nodular iron 3rd member with 4:10 gears and 31 spline axles.
Custom built Roadster Shop full frame chassis, Heidt’s Superide independent front suspension and a triangulated 4-bar coil over rear suspension. Rack and pinion power steering, Wilwood 13″ 6 piston front and 11.9″ 4 piston rear brakes with polished calipers. Stunning (18×8 in the front and 20×10 in the rear) Schott Accelerator Concave aluminum wheels accented in black velvet ceramic paint with 3 bar knock offs and wrapped in P Zero Rossi tires complete this package.
The laster straight rust-free body was taken to bare metal and finished with PPG two-stage black paint with red accents. All of the exterior trim and hardware has been chromed plated and polished to show quality standards.
The amazing, hand-crafted one-off interior is finished in scar-free Italian black leather with red stitching. Power steering, fitted with a Flaming River tilt column and Billett Specialties Outlaw steering wheel and custom Classic Instrument gauges and tachometer and air conditioning from Vintage Air.
Featured twice in Super Rod magazine, this spectacular 1957 Chieftain has been finished to the highest of professional standards and its award winning history attest to its build quality and design.