1970 CHEVELLE SS TRIBUTE !!!
FRAME OFF RESTORED
STUNNING BLACK ON BLACK
ALL NEW METAL
OVER $50K INVESTED
WITH ALL PICTURES TO PROVE AND ITS DONE RIGHT !!!
PAIRED WITH A 350 TURBO TRANSMISSION
BRAND NEW SS MAG WHEELS
4 WHEEL DISC BRAKE CONVERSION
WITH DRILLED AND SLOTTED ROTORS
12 BOLT POSI REAR
BRAND NEW INTERIOR
CUSTOM STEREO WITH BLUE-TOOTH
Black Black with White Racing Stripes
Call for info 631-620-3330
Here at Hollywood Motors, we pride ourselves on selling quality classic cars at affordable prices. Please keep in mind that all of our classics are pre-owned vehicles, not new vehicles. We describe these automobiles to the best of our knowledge, and place many photos on our website. We are not responsible for misprints or typos. With any pre-owned vehicle, there may be minor imperfections, and we encourage you to come and inspect our inventory in person before you buy any vehicle.
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