WE CAN FINANCE THE ENTIRE BUILD-WITH NO MONEY DOWN!We are currently building a FRAME OFF 1970 Chevelle-We are excited and are completing this build- Here is your chance to own a NEW Chevelle, ZERO rust everything is being restored or replaced if need be, We plan to paint this Diablo deep Hi gloss Black (5 coats of paint and clear) Blood Red new interior, with bucket seats, ss gauge package, 4 speed on the floor, Custom Wheel and tire package, New rebuilt 454 with a 12 bolt rear end F41 suspension, Power steering and High upgraded power disc brakes all around with red calipers, cowl induction hood with SS door flapper, am/fm/Blue tooth old style 2 knob radio with (2) 6x9' in the rear and a 5x7 speaker in the dash, both will be installed in factory locations.All suspension and brakes all is new to the vehicle along with fuel tank/lines are new.Air Conditioning is optional $3000 option---- We will be adding pics as the build progresses,Diablo will be completed Summer 2016--Reserve yours Now!Any questions please call and ask for Thomas-We can also modify to your specs on all components and color combo.(limited time only)Call 847 393 7887 Ask for kevin
The price tag of a completely restored 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 hardtop can range from $120,000 to $166,000, but Dream Giveaway may let one go for $3.
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