1968 Chevrolet Chevelle (Beulah, MI) $22,500 obo This Chevelle has less than 100 miles on the build. The 6 year old red exterior looks crisp and the interior looks sharp with the black/blue racing seats. Powered by a freshly gone through 396cu v8 and a 4 spd manual transmission, The power and reliability you desire will not be a concern. This vehicle is built and built right, performance upgrades include but are not limited to a 4bbl carb, high rise intake, big cam, headers, stainless dual exhaust, Ford 9'' narrowed rear with 3.73 gears, ladder bar suspension with a 79 camaro front end, 2 core racing radiator with an electric fan, and new Mickey Thompson's in the rear. The break in oil has just been changed and its ready for the road. Records and receipts are available upon request. You can reach our friend Kraig at 231-871-0112
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