1934 Chevrolet Phantom Sedan “The Instigator” built by Rutterz Rodz

1934 Chevrolet Phantom Sedan "The Instigator" (source : Mothers Cool Rides)

This is 1934 Chevrolet Phanton was built by Rutterz Rodz and was a Ridler award “Great 8″ finalist.

The engine has been replaced with a 509 cubic inch all-aluminium ZL1 V8 with a Vintage Hiborn intake that passes through the hood. As you can see from the pictures of the engine it has been fitted with custom valve covers and been painted to match the body of the car. The power is transferred to those massive 24 inch Boyd Coddington Billet rear wheels through a Turbo Hydromatic 350 transmission and a Winters 3.91 differential.

The body has been heavily modified and completely hand-fabricated from the windshield forward. The grille was specially made to fit the narrowed ’34 Chevrolet grille shell. The front headlights have been fitted onto custom mounts attached to the front suspension and feature hidden turn signals. As you can imagine the majority of the modifications at the rear were required to fit those huge rear wheels.


Inside the car is finished to the same high-standard as the exterior with red and black leather trim. The dashboard also has a monitor that is connected to a rear mounted camera and a very high quality audio system.

1934 Chevrolet Phantom Sedan "The Instigator"

1934 Chevrolet Phantom Sedan "The Instigator"


The car has been finished in three shades of DuPont Hues paint which are “Blackened” for the upper section, “Scarlet Fever” for the lower and finally “Key Lime Green for the pinstripe.

1934 Chevrolet Phantom Sedan "The Instigator" (source : Mothers Cool Rides)


1934 Chevrolet Phantom Sedan "The Instigator"

1934 Chevrolet Phantom Sedan "The Instigator"


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