This week’s Meguiar’s Ride of the Week features Mike McCormick’s 1940 Chevrolet built by Griffin Automotive Design in Boone Terre, MO. The Sedan, called “Copperhead,” was on the floor at this year’s World of Wheels event in Kansas City.

The car is powered by a 6.2L Chevrolet LS engine with Fast Fuel Injection, rides on Michelin Pilot Sport N4 mounted on Forge Line wheels. The dash sports Dakota Digital gauges. Underneath, you’ll find a custom Magnaflow systen and the car is coated with a custom mix from Sikkens.

Other hightlights include:

  • Old Ranch and Rich Clay distressed leather from Relicate
  • Custom round tube chassis
  • Polished and enhanced Corvette C4 suspension
  • QA1 Coilover shock system
  • Custom anti-roll bar system
  • Wilwood Disc Brakes
  • Push button start
  • Vintage Air condition system
  • Powertrain Control Solutions paddle shifter and push button shifter
  • Fenders have been widened and stretched
  • Wheel openings were raised and modified
  • Body lines reshaped, smoothed and changed
  • Custom hood, bumpers, tail panel
  • Custom headlight buckets with frenched lamps
  • Custom front air dam

You can find Griffin Automotive Design’s social media information on Facebook and Instagram – @griffinautomotivedesign

Thanks to Mike for showing his hot rod during the 2021 Summit Racing Equipment Show Car Series. Interested in showing your vehicle at World of Wheels or Autorama? Please visit! For more information about the great line of Meguiar’s Car Care Products, please visit