The intention for Project Cool Blue—our ’65 Coronet—is to be a stock-looking sleeper. Unbeknownst to others, under its stock flat hood will be a Ray Barton-built 528 Street Hemi with a dyno-proven 825 hp. From behind, that stealthy/stock look will continue on, sporting the stock gas tank, leaf-spring suspension, and stock-looking down-swept tailpipes from TTI Exhaust. We didn’t want an unsightly tank sump with hoses hanging underneath out back, nor did we want a fuel cell in the trunk when we were fueling up at a gas station, and we certainly didn’t need a super-loud high-pitched whine announcing the movement of hundreds of gallons of fuel.
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Guy Carpenter was a 19-year-old car nut back in 1967. He read all the car magazines he could afford, was a big racing fan, and spent a lot of his free time hanging out at the local Chevy dealership, Wheeler Chevrolet. Everyone who worked there knew that the kid loved cars and really knew his Chevrolets.
Carpenter told the salesmen that he was saving up to buy something way better than a used car. He wanted a 1969 Corvette with a 427 engine, Chevrolet’s ultimate high-performance car....
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We're looking at a 1964 Ford Thunderbird Convertible. This car features a hard cover over the back seat that provides a sporty two seater look. On the rear of the car is a “Continental Kit” with a spare tire. Nice one!!