Greg Heinrich’s 1941 Chevrolet Coupe

 

“That car had been in the family since the late ’70s,” Greg begins. “In the back of my mind I always thought that I’d like to build a few street rods (and) that was always earmarked to do with it.” A consultation with fellow Chevy dealer and 2002 Ridler award winner Wes Rydell yielded four names, among them an Alabama shop named Rods & Restos. “He and I got to talking,” Neil Lea recalls. “We just kind of hit it off and became friends.” The relationship evolved into a shipment of a ’41 coupe, an LS7 engine, and a general idea of how they should go together.

 

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