This car underwent a full frame-off restoration in 2017 by a 40-year industry professional. The whole drivetrain is brand new and is powered by a 454 HO crate motor producing 440 horsepower and 500 ft/lbs torque mated to a new M22 Rock Crusher transmission. It has a brand-new Moser engineering 12-bolt posi-traction rear end with 3.42 Richmond gears. The frame and suspension are powder coated in silver vain with all new suspension parts. It has an all-new brake system including brake lines and emergency brake cables, an all-new fuel system including tank pump carburetor and fuel lines, and a cowl induction system complete with hood. The interior is all brand new with a custom Kenwood stereo system with Bluetooth and is iPod/iPhone/Pandora/Sirius XM ready and Kenwood amplifier and four-speaker system. The car is equipped with factory air conditioning factory power steering and factory disc brakes. A rebuilt factory tilt steering column and bucket seats were added during restoration. The paint looks like glass and was done at a GM dealership. The exterior also has all-new glass. Markers, emblems, trim, and bumpers along with new SS wheels and radial tires complete this Chevelle's look.
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