Beautifully restored 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle Super Sport SS LS5
convertible powered by its matching-numbers 454/365hp big-block V8
engine with functional ZL2 cowl-induction hood. Finished in Cortez
Silver complemented by a black trim interior. With 50,680 miles
(mileage not indicated on the title), it was restored to factory
specifications. With the Cortez Silver body, new black cloth top
and black interior, the white stripe graphics offer a beautiful
accompaniment to the overall appearance of this RPO Z15 SS package.
This was the top-of-the-line possibility for a performance Chevelle
that year, and this car is nicely equipped to meet the criteria of
excellence. Behind the factory 454 LS5 big-block engine is a Turbo
400 automatic transmission with F41 heavy-duty suspension, perfect
for enjoyable cruising with the top down. The interior is deluxe
for a muscle car of any kind, with bucket seats, factory tachometer
and gauges, and center console with horseshoe-style shifter handle.
Creature comforts include a power convertible top with new cloth
top, power steering and power brakes, while road feel is assisted
thanks to date-coded 15-inch Argent 5-spoke wheels and
period-correct Goodyear Polyglas GT F60-15 tires. Additional
features include a new Haartz cloth top, factory tachometer and
gauges, bucket seats, center console, power disc brakes, power
steering and SS decor package.
1971 Chevrolet Chevelle SS
Exterior Color:CORTEZ SILVER
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