This is one of my classic cars from my personal collection. I have been a collector for 35 years. see other cars in my collection at www.gccc.us ~~True 138 SS car. Well restored and only needs minor details to be top-notch restoration. Body and paint are in excellent condition. Color is a very dark blue pearl metallic (BMW color - Petrol pearl metallic). Car was painted in 98" and garaged since. All appropriate emblems and trim are present and in good shape. Interior is in good condition. Seats are in excellent shape, and door panels / headliner are average. Auto meter gauges mounted with no change to original equipment. Car originally had no power brakes or steering, but has front wheel disc brakes. . Factory A/C converted to R134 good working conditon. Very solid and straight car. Recently installed redline tires like the original, AND an extra set of steel belted radials will be included with the purchase. Rear end gears are 3:55.,mild torque convertor installed and original shifter. Car had recent tune up, brakes, carb rebuilt and ready to cruise!!! ~~OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT ???396 CID BIG BLOCK ???Weiand intake ???roller tip rockers ???new redline tires ???comp cams solid cams ???Hurst dual gate shifter ???Flowmaster dual exhaust ???carb kit recently installed ???12 bolt posi with 4:11 gears ???Hooker ceramic coated headers ???has factory a/c converted to R134 works GOOD! ???pro built Holley 750 carb (chrome) ???Turbo 400 transmission with Hughes 2500 stall ???8" rally wheels on back and custom 5" narrowed rally wheels on front ~~This car has had a lot of mechanical and interior restoration done to the original stock parts. And because there has been a lot done to increase the overall engine performance, the extra power is immediately noticeable. The car runs very well and the motor starts right up. HISTORY The 1966 and 1967 model years were the only 2 years of the 'strut back' 2-door sport coupe with its own style number 17. The 1967 models got some styling tweaks that resulted in a longer, more straightforward appearance. Large tail lamps went into a new rear end with standard backup lights. Front disc brakes were available on all models, and a new dual master cylinder brake system incorporated a warning light. An entire host of new safety equipment became standard, including a collapsible steering column making the 1967 models safer cars.
Registry-keeper Jeff Helms confirms the car’s validity and has it undergoing restoration
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