"Miss Taboo": 1956 Chevy is the Perfect Example of Custom Cars

When it comes to American classic, only a few are as cool and matchless as the 1956 Chevy. It's been more than half a century since this iconic car was introduced to the market.

Since then, it has been changed, modified, transformed and rebuilt in almost every way we can imagine. In today's video, we're checking out one of these modified versions of 1956 Chevy. Nicknamed as "Miss Taboo", this '56 Chevy is a masterpiece of customization. It's owned by C. J. Carlile of Aloha, Oregon. It started its life as a mint green 150 base model police car, the personal automobile of the head sheriff of Washington County, Oregon. It passed through different owners before it was transformed into a mechanical piece of diamond as you'll see in today's video. From front to rear and from inside and out, this '56 Chevy is the perfect example of a golden era custom car. It runs on a 1966 327ci Chevy V8 with a set of Rochester carbs sitting on an Offenhauser manifold. 1960 Chrysler tail lights, 59 impala rear bumper, pancaked trunk, 56 BelAir side chromes and suicide doors are the other highlight of this unique machine.

Watch today's video to bath your eyes with such beauty, enjoy and leave your comment!