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Up for sale we have a 1971 Chevy Chevelle SS Big Block Four Speed. This Chevelle has undergone a restoration with the body set off the frame. In the paragraphs to follow we will give a brief description of the exterior, interior, and heartbeat of the Chevy, but first we would like to tell you a little about us.
Smoky Mountain Traders is a classic car dealer in east Tennessee. We are family owned, operated, and own our entire inventory, no consignments, and only deal in muscle cars and vintage auto. You can count on us to have 70 to 80 cars at all times. We don't have a big show room that our customers would otherwise pay for. So, that's how we can sell for less than other dealers. To contact us for more information, pictures, or any questions call our office at (865)988-8088 or visit our SmokyMountainTraders website.
We will start off with the exterior of the Chevelle. When you look down the sides it's straight as an arrow. The fit of the panels is very good and it has a 2" Steel cowl hood. At the time of the resto they installed new bumpers and other chrome trim. All the trim around the glass is good as is the grill. The glass was removed and new seals were installed along with new window felt. All the weather stripping was replaced as well. The body is covered in the Factory Placer Gold, but is now base coat clear coat. The Gold is accented by the Black stripes that are laid under the clear for a slicker finished. Inside the trunk and in the jams looks very good. To keep the stock look it's sitting on a set of 15x7 SS Wheels with Caps, Rings, and BF Goodrich Tires.
Next, we will take a look at the interior of the '71. On the inside it's all done in black with the factory bench seats. It has the Hurst Shifter and the Correct Boot. The carpet, headliner, door panels, and seat covers have been replaced. When you look at the dash it looks to have a new padded dash. It has the correct round instruments with tach and gauges. Also, it retains the factory AM radio and the stock seat belts.
Finally, we will take a look at the heartbeat of the Chevy. Under the hood it's powered by a 454 Big Block V8 that looks correct with the chrome valve covers and stock air breather. This SS has the Muncie 4 Speed hooked to a 12 Bolt Rear End with a 3:31 Gear. This is a factory A/C car that all looks correct. It also has Power Steering and Power Front Disc Brakes. Also, it has dual exhaust that flows through stock manifolds. When you look under it you will see front and rear sway bars along with new springs front and rear. Also you'll see all new bushings between body and frame. The floor pans have had some repair on both fronts pans and on the rear driver side.
We are advertising this as an SS clone. If we can help you in any way with questions or a specific picture, you can call our office at (865)988-8088. Or feel free to call Daniel at (423) 807 0600, Devvin at (865) 256 2366, or you can e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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