It’s very easy to go overboard when it comes to building your four-wheeled project. Add enough bolt-on’s and soon your gussied-up ride may be nothing more than a jumble of mismatched parts that’s just hard to be proud of.
That was the case with Angelo Pavlis and his 1969 Chevelle. Youthful enthusiasm had him modifying the bow-tie within an inch of its life, which may have led him to his simple and clean 1967 Ford Mustang GTA. From the start of this new build, the plan for the muscled bruiser was to tow a much more cautious line, staying very close to factory specifications.
Watch the video to hear Angleo tell of how his Metallic Frost fastback came to be.