1971 Chevy Impala Convertible

Dade County's Chuchi has built a red-hot, sponsor-free Donk.

Spec The Technique:

Performance: 700+ hp all-motor L92 421 stroker; fully forged rotating assembly; hand-ported and polished heads, hand-ported and polished port-matched Edelbrock Victor Jr. intake; racing transmission; posi-traction rear end; vintage air; Brembo 6-piston calipers; Metco trailing arms

Interior: Stock-style black leather with red stitching accents; fiberglass speaker enclosures; custom kick panels; center console for double-DIN head unit

Exterior: GM red; replated and reconditioned chrome and moldings

Ice: Three 15-inch Rockford Fosgate P2 subwoofers; two Kicker digital 500 amplifiers; four Excess 3100 series batteries; three 5500 RF amplifiers; dual alternators; Pioneer Z2 double-DIN head unit; eight 8-inch Eminence speakers; eight 1-inch Soundstream bullet tweeters; Pioneer DSP 9200; Kicker wiring

Wheels/Tires: Custom-painted 26-inch Forgiato Rasoio wheels; Toyo 275/25/26 tires

Photography: Andrew Link

6 Responses to “1971 Chevy Impala Convertible”

  1. terry

    looks like audio was the main point in this ride but need to fix the fender skirts they are not on properly but over all i give it 7.6 out of 10 nice chevy

    • Chiko 305

      Terry you are a str8 hater you know that donk is 20 out of 10 so show me 1 harder and I’ll stay quiet ……

  2. Hunter

    Why the fukk would you fukk up such a beautiful car that bad, this is a disgrace to humanity and this what was once a beautiful car.


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