This Chevelle is an SS clone. The car was originally a Malibu Tribute. The car recieved a complete frame off restoration in Indiana about 3-years ago, with the factory body paint code "K" Emerald Turquoise. Interior was redone with the original 776 medium turquoise vinyl interior color. Completly upgraded the entire wiring system with an upgraded American Auto Wire updated wiring kit with new back up lights and front parking lights. After market Coy Wheels with Milstar sport tires. The engine is a 454 bored out to a 468 cubic inch pushing about 450 HP with a mild cam. The drive train completes itself with an aluminum 4-core radiator with a mechanical 7-blade cooling fan with heavy duty fan clutch, turbo 400 automatic transmission, powder coated hooker headers, 2 1/2" dual exhaust, B&M Quick Silver shifter, 10-bolt posi rear end with 336 gear ratio,font suspension has tubular upper and lower control arms, Holly 750 Street Master 4-barrel carburator and complete Vintage air conditioning system. I bought this car 2 1/2 years ago out of Indiana, I personally rewired the car myself, installed the Vintage air system and pre-wired the car for a custom sound system for all components to be installed in the trunk. I have 4-chanel amp and mono amp amps and (2) 10" subwoofers. I also have the complete power convertible top kit including the pump and factory style wiring harenss with switch to make the convertible top powered. I have also installed a new Dakota Digital instrument panel while I was installing the new wiring harness. This car has plenty of power sounds awesome and is comfortable and enjoyable to drive.
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