2007 Chevy Custom - $39,950.00
2007 Chevrolet HHR Custom
If you think this is just like your moms HHR, guess again! You won't be picking up the groceries in this 585HP performance machine! This car has been built up to be on of the coolest HHR customs in the country. If you are shopping around for a marketing vehicle to advertise your business then this is it. You could even pull up to a trade show and sell your product right out of the back. It is a traveling salesman's dream! There has been so much done to the car that we are providing the following tables that give an in depth breakdown:
GM Performance Parts LS6 circle track engine - by Wegner Motorsports Horsepower - 585 @ 7,000 rpm Torque - 484 @ 5,600 rpm Max engine speed - 7,200 rpm TCI TH700-R4 overdrive automatic transmission (built to handle 750hp) TCI lock up torque converter MSD distributor, ignition control system Mallory electric fuel pump RCI fuel cell Wegner-modified Holley 850 cfm carburetor Be Cool aluminum radiator and electric fan Street and Performance street rod headers Year One modified custom exhaust with side outlets NOS nitrous system with progressive controller Narrowed 2001 Z28 rear axle assembly Richmond 3.73 ring and pinion Auburn Pro Series limited slip Moser axle set
Engine Type: GM Gen III Valve diameter: 2.00' int./1.55 exh. "stainless" Displacement: 346 (5.7L) Compression ratio: 10.8:1 Block: Aluminum 6 bolt, cross bolt mains Front cover: GM# 88958679 accessory drive Crankshaft: 3.62' stroke nodular iron Intake manifold: GM# 88958675 Gen III 4 barrel Connecting Rods: 6.100' powdered metal Serpentine drive: WAR Street D Pistons: 3.900' diameter coated aluminum Carburetor: WAR 850 Camshaft: Hydraulic roller Distributor: MSD# 8382 Cam lift: .570' int./.570' exh. Fuel Pump: Carter #60454 Cam duration @ .050: 239 int./251 exh. Fuel: 9:3 octane Rocker ratio: 1.7:1 powdered metal Maximum RPM: 7,250 Valve spring PSI: 95# installed/310# @.570' lift Peak Torque: 484.7 @ 5,600 rpm Cylinder Heads: WAR max motion 6 CNC Peak Horsepower: 585.8 @ 7,000 rpm
Modified HHR front suspension/cradle converted to front steer 2001 Z28 steering rack with modified Z28 tie rod ends 17"x7" Wheel Vintiques Billet Rally Wheels - front BFGoodrich 215/45/17 G-Force KDW tires - front Modified 2001 Z28 rear suspension Internal round tube frame reinforcements Custom torque arm Lakewood control arms QA1 coil-over shocks Lakewood panhard rod 18"x10" Wheel Vintiques Billet Rally Wheels - rear BFGoodrich 295/35/18 Drag Radial tires – rear
Firewall and floorpan modified for rear wheel drive conversion 1970 Chevelle inner rear wheelhouse Smoothed front and rear bumper covers Smoothed rear hatch Emblems removed from the body Paints: Shale Gray Metallic, Daytona Blue, Black Pearl Metallic & Lime Crystal Brushed or Blacked custom aluminum trim Custom mesh grill Custom cowl hood (cowl from 1970 Chevelle) rear doors smoothed and rear windows filled for delivery look GM Accessories running boards and rear spoiler
Leather seat inserts with custom Heritage Hot Rod embroidery Custom door panels Custom carpet set Seat inserts/door panels/carpet by Jeff Henderson Upholstery Modified dash with NOS progressive controller in center glove box Clock Doc-modified HHR gauges Autometer nitrous gauges modified HHR console with 1970 Chevelle "Horseshoe" shifter assembly Rear deck assembly made from vintage Chevy pickup wood bed kit Custom aluminum storage bins throughout rear compartment Panasonic AM/FM/CD/DVD head unit Panasonic video moniter Kicker speakers and 2000 watt amplifiers Audio system by Coy Roberts and Traffic Jams
As you can see this is much more than what rolled out of the Chevrolet factory. From the performance, to the comfort and functionality this cool HHR is one of a kind.
You couldn't come close to replicating it for only $39,950.00!
SHARE THIS AD
SCAM ALERTS! Please do not get scammed by deals that look too good to be true!
If you are asked to provide money before you take delivery of the car, then you will most likely lose that money! Please do not believe the promises no matter how much you are assured. Click HERE For more information about how to spot scams, or if you have any doubt, post your experience in the forums and get the advice from others on the site.
StreetRodding.com Is Proud To Have The Following Advertisers Supporting This Site.