Decided to post a car here from time to time that we had performed some major performance/mechanical restorations on. This Chevelle took a first place two weeks after I finished it, even though it needed to be stripped and painted yet. One of my personal favorite things on this build is the Billet Specialties alternator/power steering set-up. It is designed to mount them as low as possible to show off as much of the front of the engine as it can. I also designed an 1/8" aluminum plate that covers all the unsightly dimples and holes in the firewall. It is attached with #3 countersunk stainless oval head sheet metal screws, with a thin bead of silicone in between 1/2" down across the top (but not exposed at all) before the final installation of the plate. That way no crud can get behind it from the top. I am going to be making the same style plates for my '70 Skylark. They will eliminate the mess of smoothing out the firewall with bodywork especially if the car is completed already.