The product of a frame-off rotisserie restoration, this Resto-Mod
1967 Chevelle with SS badging was completed in May 2020 with 650
miles since. During restoration the frame was sand-blasted and
powder-coated in black. The 350ci 8-cylinder engine was
professionally overhauled with documentation and is equipped with
headers and dual exhaust, SPAL high-performance fans, 185/195
thermostats and a Holley Sniper fuel-injection system. The engine
is backed by a TREMEC 5-speed manual transmission with Hydramax
hydraulic clutch turning a professionally reworked 12-bolt
posi-traction rear end with 355 gears. This Chevelle sits on a new
RideTech suspension system featuring air ride with a compressor
mounted in the trunk, and disc brakes all around provide stopping
power to the 17-inch chrome 5-spoke wheels wearing Bridgestone
tires. The Chevelle has new floor and trunk pans, new doors,
fenders and quarter panels and all-new glass.The black and gray
professionally installed TMI interior features Vintage Air, new
dash panel and instrumentation, digital and analog GPS, speedometer
and odometer, tachometer, oil pressure and temperature gauges, and
a 14-inch wood-grain tilt steering wheel. The exterior is finished
in Charlie Hutton Punaluu Stone paint and features new chrome
bumpers, new glass, sideview mirror and door handles, and all-LED
lights. This Chevelle also features a new gas tank, new quick-ratio
steering box and a new wiring harness.
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