Meet the Big Bertha – a Pro Touring 1966 Chevy Chevelle With Lots of Mods

Meet the Big Bertha – a Pro Touring 1966 Chevy Chevelle With Lots of Mods

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Lowered 1970 Chevy Chevelle SS with Nascar style mods

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Modified & Custom Chevy Chevelle SS Builds – Gallery

One of Chevy’s most successful nameplates, the Chevelle was introduced back in 1964. Constructed on the oldest platform by GM that was also used by numerous other vehicles, the A-body, the model offered a solid range of body style and powertrain options right from the start. This trend along with potent engines (mostly I6 and V8 units) had been kept during the entire lifespan of the Chevy Chevelle that lasted for 14 years. After that, the model was downsized and renamed the Malibu and nowadays it is still in production. The Chevelle also participated in NASCAR racing from 1973 to 1977 (won impressive 34 races) and had a solid range of submodels and special versions.

Why modify your Chevy Chevelle?

Whatever version of the Chevy Chevelle you own, it surely delivers at least solid performance and looks excellent from the factory. But there is always room for improvement – either to push performance even further, add some personal touch or increase the level of comfort. Especially, if you own some rare version, you can make it totally unique. Three main types of modifications are performance, exterior and interior upgrades. As the name implies, performance ones will help you push your Chevelle to the limits, exterior mods will make it look special, while exterior upgrades will add comfort and convenience to your regular driving.

1972 Chevy Chevelle SS Pro Touring
1972 Chevy Chevelle SS Pro Touring

What are performance mods / Common Performance mods

Simply speaking, performance modifications are aimed to make your car faster or more powerful. They mainly include engine tuning but can also affect other systems of your Chevelle. Today, the range of upgrades you can do is virtually countless, from almost invisible from the outside performance chips up to installing a more robust turbo or supercharger. You can make your vehicle run faster, deliver more revs, respond faster and more accurately, sound louder, and much more. The range of mods is huge, but take a look at some of the most common ones.

  • Air intakes
    A quite straightforward modification, it can also improve efficiency of the vehicle along with a throttle response. Compared to other engine upgrades, installing aftermarket air intakes is a more budget-friendly way of upgrade and it will still make a notable difference.
  • Turbocharger/superchargers
    In case you want some solid power enhancement, take a look at intercoolers – turbochargers and superchargers. They will increase performance of your four-wheeled friend significantly, but both installing such a unit or upgrading your existing one will lead to some serious expenses.
  • Performance Exhausts
    Upgrading the exhaust, you’ll kill two birds with one stone. First of all, the sound of your Chevelle will be significantly better coming to a whole new level. Plus, thanks to different bends, gas will be better removed from the system resulting in lower backpressure and hence better performance.
  • Performance tuners/chips
    Current-time vehicles depend on computer systems more than even before. It not only makes driving easier and more comfortable, but also provides an opportunity to upgrade your vehicle in one more way.

1972 Chevy Chevelle SS with LS3 wngine swap

What are exterior mods / Common Exterior mods

Of course, clothes do not make the man, but if your car will not only perform excellently but also look excellently, it will impress much more.

  • Custom LED lights
    Lighting is crucial for your safe driving, because it helps your vehicle stay visible in dark and during bad weather conditions. At the same time, thanks to the latest technology and an incredibly wide range of aftermarket units available, installing custom set of lights is a great way to add some personality to your four-wheeled friend, make it more stylish and attractive.
  • Body kits
    Whether you’re planning a complete makeover or just want to change certain body parts, today getting the job done is easy like a breeze. Numerous bumpers, hoods, diffusers, widebody fenders, spoilers, are offered for your choice.