A show quality frame off rotisserie restored Chevelle. 454 big block, 4 speed transmission bench seat. A true sleeper. This car is absolately incredible. It will light them up through the gears. I would estimate the horsepower to be well over 500. Would need a dyno to be sure. Power steering, power brakes, upgraded factory stereo, all parts on the car have been restored or replaced. Dual exhaust, headers. Only a few hundred miles since the restoration. A great example of a factory restored 1967 Chevelle 300. Financing is available with the interest in the 3's and 4's. Call with any questions 913 601-2917. Thanks!
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