This 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle 454 coupe is an icon with slick paint,
Super Sport style, a custom A/C interior, and some serious big
block V8 power under the hood. So it's a sharp, powerful, and
absolutely awesome build.
The slick coat of Hugger Orange paint has an awesome clearcoat
shine. You can tell it's an expensive and professional application
where they made sure the luster is even across the whole body. And
part of this sleek look is also thanks to making sure the panels
are quite straight which allows the doors to shut solid. Bright
chrome bumpers and fresh trim complete a standout classic. Even the
details are nice, like the clear headlights and fresh
weather-stripping. But you'll love this one for far more than its
clean and quality look. They made sure to give it the best of
everything that makes this Chevelle emit a sporty style from every
angle. This includes the cowl hood, hood pins, and polished dual
exhaust tips. Plus, the SS grille and proper racing stripes give
this one a hint of blackout appeal. And those 15-inch chrome torque
thrust wheels with a larger rear set is the perfect addition. It
gives you the right muscle car stance, and at the same time, it
adds to the coupe's shining attitude.
The black accents of the exterior get you ready for the all-black
interior. The idea here is to give you a clean classic style with
plenty of well-placed performance and comfort upgrades. You
instantly notice the high-back bucket seats. They look race-ready
with competition-style harnesses. There's also a Hurst shifter in
the center console and a Grant GT steering wheel on a tilt column
for a true performance style. And there's just something extra
menacing about the glow of upgraded digital gauges within all this
darkness. More than just power, this hardtop is also upgraded to be
a more enjoyable all-around driver. That's why you also have a
retro-style AM/FM stereo with aux input and cold-blowing air
The engine bay has a fresh and tidy look that tells this coupe has
been given a solid investment everywhere. This 454 cubic-inch V8
has a mean look with valve covers painted to match the slick dark
inner walls. The big block inhales deeper with a Brawler
four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with added power and rumble
thanks to the header-fed dual exhaust. And when you want to bring
the thunder, there are electric cutouts. It's a strong-running
motor that provides plenty of power, so it's nicely paired with the
stout and smooth TH400 three-speed automatic transmission and
12-bolt rear end. It all makes for the kind of classic you'll want
to cruise all day long. It's the right mix of street-eating power
and true cruiser. That's why you have features like power steering,
power brakes, front discs, thick sway bars front & rear, and wide
Mickey Thompson Sportsman tires.
Here's an awesome-looking hardtop with growling V8 power. This is a
true muscle car dream, and it's time to make it your reality. Call
1971 Chevrolet Chevelle
Exterior Color:Hugger Orange
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