For sale is a completely restored 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle SS. It has suffix code T0510EF6K192358 and matches stamp on motor. Power steering, power brakes, front disk brakes and rear drum brakes. Originally had 4 speed manual transmission but now has a 700R4 transmission. 12 bolt Posi rear end with ladder bars. Rear suspension has coil over air bags for adjustable ride. Interior is completely restored. New weather stripping and felt throughout. Floor and trunk pans are completely solid. Paint is excellent. Has Edelbrock intake with a Holley carburetor. Ceramic coated headers. 4 core aluminum radiator. Car will come with 4 speed pedal assembly including Z-bar, linkage and throw-out fork. Call for appt WE FINANCE/DELIVER AND SHIP WORLDWIDE
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