Nicky Diamonds' 1969 Chevelle Got $150k Worth of Improvements

It took 10 months and $150.000 to make ex-skater and entrepreneur Nicky Diamonds satisfied with his vintage 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle. Known as a vintage classic car collector, Nicky says the guys over at the auto shop managed to “build one of the cleanest and baddest Chevelles one the planet” and we can’t agree more.
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Photo: Nicky Diamonds on Instagram
He’s known for the California-based skateboard accessory and clothing line Diamond Supply, but we follow Nicky Diamonds, Nicholas Tershay on his real name, for the stunning rides he takes to the road. Even though the ex-skater is faithful to the new bling-bling luxury four wheelers, the classic Chevys are his real passion.

It’s been less than a year since he bought an all custom Rolls-Royce Wraith. The hundred-thousand dollar luxury ride proudly sits next to a Range Rover, a Ferrari 458 and a Mercedes S550. But like we said, Tershay is all about the old school four-wheelers, owning an Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight, a 1970 ragtop Chevelle SS 396 and the car in question.

As to to the red 1969 Chevelle we’re looking at, it's a car we have already met, only this time it’s completely customized. According to Diamonds, he invested 10 months and $150,000 in this full frame off restoration. It got a 572 engine, custom butter soft leather and Rosso Corsa Ferrari red paint.

How do you call that for a nice job, right?
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