The Chevelle Concours was just one of several wagons offered by
Chevrolet in 1970. However, we don't believe that GM ever produced
one like this resto-mod Concours. Our professionally restored
Chevelle is a head-turner. The wagon was re-sprayed a stunning deep
Metallic Maroon with white SS accent stripping and SS trim logos.
The Chevelle appears to have had a front clip that was taken from a
'72 Chevelle SS, but we do not have the history/documentation.
Final exterior accents include excellent chrome/stainless, a
dual-action tailgate and beautiful Riddler polished alloys (18/20")
with Delinte radials. (Note: There is a very small paint bubble on
the right rear fender.) The raised SS-style hood gives a clue to
what resides beneath - a 350ci small-block that has been built. The
'mouse' is fitted with an aluminum intake, performance carburetor,
aluminum radiator and tube headers. This motor sounds very strong.
A 4-speed manual gearbox w/Hurst shifter provides power to and a
factory differential with street gearing. The solid chassis is
equipped with power steering, power-assisted front discs/rear drums
w/dual master, front sway bar, coil-over rear shocks and custom
exhaust. A restored black vinyl interior features include Vintage
A/C, SS gauge package w/tach, tinted windows, SS wheel, Delco
AM/FM/cassette stereo system and folding rear seat. This unique
Chevelle Concours wagon will vastly improve the appearance of your
garage - and your heart rate on the street. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS
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