That's right, 1-0-0-0 horsepower is quite the bragging right and this classic A-body Chevy does it via a restomod build featuring a supercharged LS7 small-block, a four-speed automatic and a Ford 9-inch rear. That's more than double the horsepower of the most powerful Chevelle of 1970, an LS6 big-block, which back in the day was king of the streets with 450 horsepower.
No wonder both front and rear seats have five-point racing harnesses! Other aftermarket upgrades visible in the accompanied photos include Auto Meter gauges, Whipple supercharger, Derale fluid cooling, CPP suspension and QA1 shocks.
If the idea of roasting the tires never grows old to you, then you should consider never growing old in this charming Chevelle. It is Ryno Classifieds "Car of the Week."