1967 Chevrolet Chevelle
You are viewing a spectacular frame off restored 1967 Super Sport Chevelle. This Chevelle is a true "Red on Red" car that has been upgraded to professional touring status. The body on this live "138" Super Sport Chevelle is arrow-straight. The spectacular red paint is of show quality. All of the trip glass and chrome are in excellent condition. This Chevelle has been lowered 2" front and rear, has 20" billet rally wheels with a red line that have been mounted on the rear, and 18" up front. This Super Sport Chevelle is a real show stopper. The correct red interior of this stunning Chevelle is as nice as the exterior.
It features bucket seats, console, tachometer, AM/FM cassette power steering, 4 wheel power disc brakes, 5 speed transmission and air conditioning. The trunk is also in show condition. Under the hood is a detailed engine compartment that is home to the ever popular GM ZZ502. This aluminum-head monster produces 502 +hp. A dual ignition keeps the candles lit while jet coated headers let this 502 breathe. Shifting duties are taken care of with a Tremec 5-speed transmission, while the horsepower is put to the ground by a 12 bolt posi-traction rear differential. This complete pro-touring Chevelle SS is very user friendly. You can cruise with the air conditioning on and have 500+ hp waiting at the touch of your foot.
Additional Details: 502CID V8, 5-Spd. Std., 2 Door dr., Red on Red, PS, PB, AM/FM/Cass., Air, Bucket Seats, Tachometer, Console, Ralley Wheels, Posi, 4 Disc Brakes,
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