This Pro-Touring 1967 Chevelle convertible has undergone a full
frame-off nut-and-bolt rotisserie restoration. Every part has been
disassembled and replaced with new top-of-the-line parts. Starting
with a powder-coated frame, this car received all-new tubular
control arms, rear tubular trailing arms, 1-1.4-inch front and
1-inch rear sway bar, 12-bolt posi-traction rear end, large Wilwood
disc brakes on all four corners, all-new brake lines, fuel lines
and 18-inch polished REV wheels. The engine is a built LS3 with CBM
Motorsports camshaft, FiTech intake manifold, Holley vintage-style
valve covers, remote-mounted coil packs, Eddie Motorsports polished
pulley kit and chrome exhaust manifolds hooked up to Flowmaster
mufflers. The car has a McLeod 5-speed manual transmission with
McLeod hydraulic clutch pedal and McLeod clutch. A brand-new fuel
tank was installed with built-in EFI fuel pump to prevent fuel
sloshing. The body was painted black with original-style Super
Sport hood and then fitted with a new factory-style black
convertible top, Eddie Motorsports billet hood hinges, all-new trim
and moldings, and chrome-plated bumpers, taillights and grille. The
interior features factory-style red TMI bucket seats and all-new
dash trim with Dakota Digital gauges.
1967 Chevrolet Chevelle
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