Web Exclusive | 1973 Chevy Caprice

Clean & classy seven-tre on 26 inch Asantis!

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Words: Evan ‘Evo’ Yates

Photos: Whips By Wade

In South Florida, you either go one way or the other when building a Donk; Clean & Classy or Loud & Flashy. Neither option is necessarily better than the other but when committing to a particular style, you better make sure you go all-out and Delvin’s ’73 Donk definitely fulfills all requirements.

On the exterior, the overall look is subtle with OEM-style paint, factory grille and brushed Asanti DA-179 wheels color-matched to the body color. As it should, the classy Caprice also retained all the factory moldings and skirts. For the guts, Delvin went with a combination of different tan hues that compliment the mauve exterior to perfection. Under the hood is a power plant far-from-factory with a new-school LSx block retro-fitted with a carburetor producing plenty of power.

Shout Outs: Strictly Business Customs and Racing