Complete show condition, Investment grade, rotisserie body off restoration with re-paint over solid straight original body metal. This car is a true W30, with all correct accents, badging including correct body side painted accent and hood painted accent (not decals). In 1972 there were 659 W30 coupes built. This (with the correct X in the VIN) is one of 128 brought into Canada.
Original rebuilt matching numbers 455 CI V8, rebuilt Turbo 400 automatic transmission. Key features include:
G80 Positraction (Limited Slip Differential)
G92 3.42:1 Ratio Heavy Duty
JL2 Disc Brakes Front
U21 Rocket Rally Pac (tach with clock, oil pressure, volt meter and fuel level gauge)
W26 Console with Dual Gate Shifter (His & Hers)
FE2 Suspension System
Factory 8 Track player
Car also features power windows, power brakes, and tilt steering. The original straight 15" wheels have been professionally re-chromed, with new 235/60/R15 Radial TA's tires.
All support systems have been replaced or rebuilt including the factory limited slip posi differential, new alternator & starter, fuel & water pump. Rebuilt factory carburetor, ignition wires, distributor & coil. New wiring harness, complete front & rear suspension rebuild including all new shocks and brakes. All parts were fully disassembled and rebuilt, and every nut and bolt was replaced.
Show condition reupholstered Pearl white bucket seats, original clean rear seat upholstery & original clean door panels.
The car has 3,100 miles since restoration.
Professional appraisal, GM build sheet & additional pictures available on request.
Asking price is in US$
The car is located in Enderby, B.C.
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