1966 Chevrolet Chevelle 300 327 cui engine. 4 speed Muncie with Hurst shifter. Ford 9” rear with 3.53 gears. Painted Firestorm Red. Custom Saddle leather bucket seats interior with center console. Power 4 wheel Wilwood drilled / slotted disc brake conversion. Power steering. Weiand intake. Holley carburetor. Aluminum radiator with electric fan. Steel braided line. Flowmaster dual exhaust with manifolds. Vintage Air A/C. Front coil-over suspension. Full trunk carpeted finish out. Powder coated chassis. Smoothed firewall. Tilt column. Power windows. Power seats. 18” Front / 20” Rear Billet Specialties wheels. Full rotisserie frame-off restoration. Call (830) 629-4843 for more information on this or any 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle for sale in our inventory. The 300 is not a car you see everyday and certainly will turn heads for $49,900
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