The engineering team at Art Morrison Enterprises has focused their talents on the increasingly popular 1959-64 Chevrolets (I.E. Impala, Biscayne) and developed an innovative chassis that provides a low ride height, great handling and eliminates the need for a pesky 2-piece driveshaft.
What's more, this new AME GT Sport chassis features beefy "NEW" 3x4 main framerails and specially designed crossmembers that provide ample clearance for the exhaust system.
Front Suspension & Drivetrain Choices
Up front you'll find AME's highly acclaimed Sport IFS with its beefy tubular control arms, Strange adjustable coil-over shocks, Wilwood spindles, an adjustable anti-sway bar and a power rack & pinion steering. Motor mounts are available for small block, big block, W-block (348-409) and LS-series engines. Transmission mounts can be configured for most any popular automatic or manual shift transmission.
Superior handling —and the ability to handle an abundance of power— is assured through a triangulated 4-bar rear suspension and a beefy 9" rear end. Adjustable coil-overs and an adjustable anti-sway bar provide the desired ride.
Like all other Morrison GT Sport chassis, this new creation for the 1959-64 Chevy is mostly a bolt-in installation and requires minimal floorboard modifications. It will accommodate a wide range of wheel and tire combinations.