Nice solid 1966 Chevelle adorned in Butternut Yellow with a Gen IV 454 big block, Muncie 4 speed and a 12 Bolt posi rear. The body is nice and solid with a recent base clear paint job. The car runs and drives as it should and is a great cruise night addition to any collection. The engine was refreshed with a new cam and lifter set, double roller timing kit, rebuilt demon carb, HEI ignition, MSD box and a fresh tune and zinc rich oil change. The exhaust flows through stock manifolds and a flowmaster exhaust. The transmission shifts as it should and the clutch feels good. The interior is mostly original and complete with nice clean black buckets, center clock console, original style chrome shifter and a newer carpet kit. A new SS dash bezel and glove box is included. All the chrome and bright work is nice as are the rally wheels and tires. It appears the trunk lid and cowl induction hood were new when it was painted. The frame is nice and straight and the floors are solid as can be. It was treated to all new body mounts and then coated with rustfree protective coating in order to preserve it. All in all this is a very nice driver that will turn heads. Great car for the money. Very reliable and built for long drives. This is a private sale
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