Classic Car Studio is a restoration company who based in St Louis, Missouri, United States of America. Noah who owned this studio come from humble vision and mission. They really like the car. Anything about a car.
Speed, style, memories or the smell from gasoline and burning wheels make they hooked for a reason. Classic Car studio was built to meet another car addict and our one-stop shop about a car. And there is one car was built by Classic Car Studio. There is 1972 GMC 1500. They call it, Black Betty.
Classic Car Studio uses original chassis for this GMC. Same with the rear suspension. The Studio uses the original with Accu Air Bags. For the brake, Classic Car Studio uses Wilwood 14 inches disc for front and rear brake.
For the wheels, they use RSV Forged 20x8 for front wheels, and RSV Forged 22x10 for rear wheels. Classic Car Studio uses Dunlop Direzza for tires. The front uses 255/35-20 and rear uses 265/35-22.
1972 GMC 1500 Black Batty was built to tear up the streets. Classic Car Studio gives the engine GM LS3 and Heads L92 Rectangular Port. Valve Cover in this GMC custom by Classic Car. Manifold and induction in this GMC On-off by Studio and Holley Dominator.
Ignition uses Holley. Exhaust and muffler use custom by Studio and Black Widow Venom. 1972 GMC 1500 Black Batty uses 4L80E in transmission. This Black Batty is ready to tear up the streets.
The Inside - As Charming as You Expected it to
Not only the exterior, but 1972 GMC 1500 interior was also built by Classic Car Studio. The Gauges uses Dakota Digital. Air Conditioning uses Vintage Air. In the Steering Column uses ididit tilt.
For the seats, Classic Car Studio uses vinyl material and red color. And body color for the exterior is black. But Classic Car didn’t paint the body. Mike Chopp from Ron’s Auto Body Shop painted it.