Build a car with a chevrolet or GMC Buick or Buick LT, but without a trunk.
The simple parts will be found in the car’s original box.
The parts are then shipped to the parts company, and they’re assembled at a local workshop, with the car being driven by a friend to get the car up and running.
The result is a chevalleon, or car that has been built in a factory.
“The car will be an homage to the past,” sylas said.
The chevalleyon will be a hybrid, meaning it’ll run on both diesel and electric power.
It will also be able to go up to 60km/h, and it can even be driven from the beach to the city, with a single charge.
The car is a prototype, but sylas says it could one day be used in the wild, as it can handle high speeds.
The vehicle is being built in sylas workshop in Brisbane, but there’s also a “guru” build going on in New South Wales, Australia, where the chevaloneons build for other customers.
The team behind sylas, builder and owner Michael and Amanda Sylas, have built cars since 1996 and have been making them for more than 15 years.
“I think it’s really a testament to what we’ve been able to do in the past and the quality of the products we’ve built,” sylves said.
sylas is hoping to build one car a week for the next five years.