Some rods just have "the look," and this 1941 Chevy coupe totally nails it. With a few traditional tricks and brilliant Viper Red paint, it gets in your face and demands your attention, but thanks to a quality build, reliable mechanicals, and a handsome interior, it''s the guy driving it who will enjoy it most. Frenched headlights, shaved chrome and trim, and a lowered stance make the otherwise stock bodywork look pretty sleek. This fat-fendered Chevy combines all the styling cues that you''d expect with the fantastic 1941 styling, which was the pinnacle of pre-war design. For a car that was built back in the 1990s, it still looks amazingly fresh and with the red paint and styling details, it''ll never look dated, you know, like those pastel rods with the scallops. Turn signals are nicely integrated into the fenders just below the headlights, there are tiny side mirrors, and the formerly 2-piece windshield has been V-butted together, which makes a tremendous difference in the way the car looks overall. In back, the license plate frame is frenched into the deck lid and the stock taillights blend almost seamlessly into the fenders. Smooth chrome bumpers round out the look (no pun intended) and give it a classic 1940s vibe. The first-class interior is a beautifully-stitched combination of leather, vinyl, and tweed and the tan color makes it bright and airy inside the sporty coupe. Power bucket seats from a late-model Ford almost look like they were intended to be here from the beginning, and a custom center console between them gives it a very finished look. The dash was completely remade, and featured a polished face with inset Dakota Digital instruments that give it a high-tech feel. The driving position is comfortable thanks to a tilt column with a leather-wrapped wheel, and visibility is excellent. Features like A/C, power windows and locks, and a powerful AM/FM/CD stereo mean that you can drive it to work every day if that''s your thing and you''ll never once miss your modern machine. The back seat is neatly trimmed to match and includes its own console, while the trunk is finished with custom side panels that you won''t mind showing off. The powertrain doesn''t break any new ground, but it is reliable, powerful, easy to service, and lots of fun to drive. A 350 cubic inch Chevy V8 seems like the appropriate choice here, and they certainly didn''t cut any corners during the build to get it in there. Lots of shiny polished aluminum, chrome, and stainless steel makes it show-worthy, but it''s also highly functional with a giant aluminum radiator, power steering and brakes, and an upgraded ignition system. Backed by a TH350 3-speed automatic and 10-bolt rear end, it''s a combination that was sorted out decades ago and remains an excellent choice for guys who like to drive their rods. A custom A-arm front suspension with coil-overs and rack-and-pinion steering makes it feel sharp on the road, while out back there''s a conventional 4-link. A stainless gas tank and a snarky exhaust note make this a car you will never hesitate to drive. Big 20-inch Greeds wheels give it an awesome profile and an updated look, particularly with low-profile Nitto rubber. We sell a lot of cars, but the ones that seem to make their new owners happiest are the well-sorted, fully-engineered rods with a little bit of use on them. No worries, just get in and start having fun. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Atlanta showroom. For more information, please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835.