1967 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE SS
--Bolero Red with Red vinyl interior and Red carpeting. 988/1000 point Concours Restoration, 4-Speed manual transmission.
Factory options include: J52 Power Front Disc Brakes, Rally wheels, AM/FM pushbutton stereo, Air conditioning.
Featuring the 396 CID/325 HP V-8 Engine this exceptional matching-numbers Chevelle SS is among the finest examples in existence. Restored from 2007 through 2008 by Brian Priore of North Ridgeville, Ohio, this special Chevelle retains nearly all of its original sheet metal and interior components. In 2010 this vehicle received its remarkable 988 out of 1,000 points judging and Gold Spinner Certificate at the Chevy Vette Fest Nationals in Chicago.
It has since been upgraded with a FiTech throttle body fuel injection system, Fuel tank which houses an in-tank pump; Custom hydraulic roller camshaft with appropriate springs, locks, retainers, pushrods and rockers and a concours quality Gardner exhaust.
This Chevelle has been owned by a good client and friend of Autosport Designs, Inc., a comprehensive binder documenting the vehicle’s ownership history, restoration work and correspondence between the previous owners is included. You will be hard pressed to find a better documented example in ready to use, concours level condition.
Video walk-around and road test: https://youtu.be/yJlBtzsWHKY
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