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C for Chevelle

Fastlane's Unique Build

Larry Jewett - February 20, 2013 04:00 PM

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What do you get when you cross a modern-day Cadillac CTS-V and a classic 1969 Chevelle? A Resto-mod like no other from Fastlane in Houston.
This "Chevelle TS-V" boasts a blueprinted GM Performance CTS-V motor with horsepower upgrades resulting in 630 ponies, a GM performance transmission, and a custom Air Ride Technologies suspension setup.
"This has to be one of my favorite projects in recent memory," said Fastlane co-founder Nick Field.  "Bringing together automotive technology from two very distinct eras and making a reliable everyday driver that performs is always a blast.  Plus we get to create something unique that will provide its owner with years of fun."
Refinished by Fastlane in Marina Blue PPG with three coats of Concept Clear, the Chevelle TS-V will have all LS parts swapped by Fastlane, custom Boze Wheels, a Vintage Air systems AC unit and three-inch Magnaflow exhaust.
To follow the build, visit www.fastlaneturbo.com 

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