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Saturday, April 21, 2012

Break the Chain Apparel's Chevelle "Faith" Project

1969 Chevrolet Chevelle

Blood Sweat and Tears Kustoms build team

Working on the frame

Doing a little welding
Getting her ready for powder coating

Welcome to the Chevelle "Faith" Build. Six  Dallas, Oregon High School students under the supervision of Bill Carter, owner of Blood Sweat and Tears Kustoms have taken on the latest Break the Chain transformation project.

This 1969 Chevelle looks like it is destined for the junk yard instead of the car show circuit, but under the watchful eye of Bill Carter these teens are going to transform this car into a fantastic machine that will speak out against social issues like Bullying, Violence and Addiction by simply showing up.
With the partnership between Break the Chain and BST Kustoms these young people will have an awesome opportunity to not only learn a trade, but also a lesson in life.

Below is the list of items that we need right away to continue the build.

Ball joints upper and lower, Brake lines, wheel cylinders, spring kits, Fuel lines, Wheel bearings, Master nut and bolt kit, Rear end assembly with rebuild kit, Sand paper grits 80, 150, 220, 320, 800, 1000, 1500, 2000,Wire wheels, Rear lower quarter panels (both sides)Body filler- fiberglass, icing, and glaze20 gauge sheet metal, Epoxy primer and High build primer.

Below is our Wish List to date:
12 bolt posi Suspension system (air management)Tubular control arms, Disc brake kit, Wheels and tires (size and style depending on suspension set up).
If you or your business would like to donate parts or financial support to the Chevelle Project please contact Bill at