Chevy II line featured exclusive box shape with sharp edges and rugged look. One of the strongest little machines, Chevy II never failed to allure car enthusiasts with its fast speed and lightweight.
Low-profile look and high speed was the main secret of Chevy II series. If you own a Chevy II yourself and it has lost its body skeleton to warping, opt for this new Chevy II body skeleton available at Palm Beach Customs.
At Palm Beach Customs, you can get completely new steel body skeleton with a dash for Chevy II. The package comes included with floorplan, bucket seat brackets, and floor shift standard tunnel. This particular body skeleton carries official license from General Motors.
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Each and every RDS body is assembled with the help of high-grade in-car fixtures on a rotating platform.
And that’s how you get the best fit and best finish.
The 1966-67 Chevy II is constructed with factory production tools to get the highest quality of results, just like its original counterparts.
Real Deal Steel only constructs new supply parts and steel bodies. And, that’s when Palm Beach Customs comes to your rescue- An ultimate destination for all your major and minor car restoration needs!
What Do We Do At Palm Beach Customs?
We don’t just deal in steel bodies, but Palm Beach Customs has extreme passion and love for old classic and muscle cars! W
ith more than 34 years of expertise and over 1100 successful car restoration work, we can proudly call ourselves to be the best Classic car restoration experts to exist in Florida!
Palm Beach Customs has to be your ultimate go-to shop for any muscle and classic car restoration job.
Nevertheless, PBC is also a dealer of new steel bodies and parts of classic and muscle cars. Furthermore, we can also facilitate you with turn-key builds for your Ford Coupe, Tri-Five Chevys, and so many more models!
Browse through our user testimonials to witness our mesmeric car restoration jobs yourself!
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