This 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle has the look of a SS tribute. But as
you dig deeper, you're going to find an even more impressive street
machine with an upgraded suspension, four-wheel disc brakes, and an
awesome big block that's still on break-in oil.
There's an extra streak of mean in this Chevelle, but that might
not be the first impression. That's because everyone will likely be
first drawn to the level of quality. The red paint has a smooth and
shiny appearance. There's quality in the details with bright big
chrome bumpers, a clean blackout grille, SS-style cowl hood, nice
door gaps, and those black racing stripes are painted. And those
wheels are a larger 18-inch side to fit better tires, the classic
American Racing Torq Thrust style fits the classic appearance
nicely. So while you know this one loves to get down to speedy
business, it also can fill you with pride when just parking at a
The all-black interior has a good look and the right attitude.
There's plenty of classic style with the detailed door panels,
smooth dash, and a taut headliner with working dome light in the
middle. But it's immediately clear that the real appeal is about
being a driver's car. You have upgraded high-back front bucket
seats. The sports steering wheel, full auxiliary gauges,
column-mounted tach, and B&M shifter are all part of a serious
performance package. So while you have an upgraded AM/FM stereo
with Bluetooth, we bet your real favorite driving soundtrack will
always begin under the hood.
The engine bay has a fresh and clean style that's perfect for
showcasing all this muscle. This is an awesome 572 cubic-inch V8
that's said to have been built by the masters at Skip White Racing.
It starts with a Dart Big M block. It includes an aggressive cam,
aluminum heads, a performance intake, and topped with a big Holley
Proform 1050 four-barrel carburetor. The long tube headers add even
more power as they feed into the X-pipe dual exhaust. It's
supported by great pieces, like an MSD ignition package, fabricated
valve covers, AN fittings, and an aluminum radiator with dual
electric fans. So you get a big power package that's also built to
still be drivable on the streets. The TH400 three-speed automatic
transmission is a built unit to handle big power, and it feeds into
a modified 9-inch rear. The suspension has been upgraded with a TMI
package that includes tubular front A-arms, strong rear arms, thick
sway bars. You've also got Viking adjustable coilovers, power
steering, Wilwood four-wheel disc brakes.
This is a wicked power build done on one of your favorite muscle
cars. Don't let this awesome Chevelle slip away, call today!