1972 Chevelle SS Clone, 10 years old, never driven in rain snow or on wet ground, garaged. 454 bored .30 over, Tom Lee high ratio steering box, Voodoo Mild Cam, Double Adjustable Coil Over Shocks, Hotchkis High performance Steering Package, Adjustable Front Upper Control Arms, Howe Extra Tall Ball Joints, Hotchkis Rear Control Arms, Powder Coated Frame Braces, Slotted Rotors,Ceramic Coated Headers, 2500 Stall Converter, 3.73 Richmond Gears, Aluminum Radiator, Aluminum Pulleys, Stainless Steel Gas Tank, Hitachi High Torque Mini Starter, E3 Diamond Tip Spark Plugs, Avenger Carb, MSD Distributor, Power Brakes, Heads are: 5 Angle Valve Job, Manley Severe Duty Valves, 225/188ssv, Bowl Blended, Pocket Ported, Gasket Matched,Teflon Seals, Double Valve Spring, Super Hardened valve locks, Comp chromoly retainers, Original Owners Manual with Protecto-Plate.
Have original steering wheel, snorkel air cleaner, 454 Powder Coated Valve Covers, Tuff Stuff powder Coated 100 amp alternator, new starter and new radiator fan.
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