Starting out as a two-door business coupe, the '50 Chevy has a long list of body modifications by Jesse and Jereme Miller. It has been nosed, decked, and chopped 4 inches; the driprails and vent windows have been removed; the headlights have been frenched; the bumpers have been smoothed; the doors and trunk are electric; and custom taillights have been installed. Inside is a custom dash and leather seats. A 400hp small-block Chevy topped with two four-barrel carburetors rests under the Autumn Gold Metallic sheetmetal; the transmission is a 700-R4. For suspension, a combination of a Heidts Mustang II frontend, four-bars in the rear, and Air Ride Technologies ShockWaves are used. Wheels are Billet Specialties Qualifiers, 18-inchers in front with 20s in back.