sbc chevy 350
muncie 4 speed
1970-72 Chevelle 12 bolt rearend
Classic instruments 6 pack gauges bel era tan package
Viper red/white paint
Morel CCC speakers with kicker amp
New Body Bushing/bolts
Frame completely finished
New durashine edelbrock intake and durashine carb with electric choke
New coil and distributor
Chrome Brake booster/master cylinder
New chrome Alternator
New chrome Water pump
New Spark plugs
New stainless steel hoses
New polished edelbrock valve covers
New entire emergency brake cables/assembly with brackets
Front upper/lower tubular A-arms
Q1A coilovers on the front
CPP power steering box
18" wheels and tires torque thurst II's
Front sway bars
Disc brakes front/drum rears
2016 appraisal, shows condition 2 valued at $46K
I drive it often and the powerful V8 350 and classic Muncie 4-speeed smoothly gets me everywhere thanks to the upgraded CPP power steering. During the summer heading to car shows, the air conditioning is certainly a bonus as well as the heater for those cooler autumn evenings up here in New England. These are the quick pictures taken on the lawn but I can always take more of whatever you wanted to see. This is a real head turning car that gets tons of attention at the car shows. I will even throw in the trophies the car has won at the car shows. Things in life have changed and now it’s time to sell the car. Title in hand and ready for a quick sale.
The Pick of the Day combines Chevrolet big-block power with classic American styling for a visually stunning custom creation built to perform on the street.
Talk about a case of deja vu! So here I am, clicking through the classified ads on ClassicCars.com, searching out my Pick of the Day.
Vintage cars with movie or celebrity history often sell for over-the-top prices, far more than they would without the connection to fame.
When the Chevrolet 201 rolled out in 1953, the car was considered to be the midrange model for Chevrolet and proved to be one of the best-selling Chevrolet models of the ’50’s.
“This 1955 Chevrolet 210 demonstrates why it’s always good to have a plan.
When I first tried driving, my father had a ’55 Chevy.