You might be looking at this 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle SS because of the cool factory blue, A/C interior, upgraded four-wheel disc brakes, and freshly rebuilt 383 V8. But we absolutely know the first thing that caught your eye is one of the most affordable prices around for this iconic Chevy.
The paint makes a bold first impression with the factory-correct Mulsanne Blue that has a nice luster from upgrading it during this coupe's lifetime. The result is a Chevelle that's more distinctive than a red or black one, but it still shines just as bright. Add to that the proper dual Super Sport stripes, cowl-induction hood, hood pins, and appropriate badges throughout. And those optional five-spoke SS wheels are always a great finishing touch to the aggressive package. But even without all of these great standout SS features, you know you love this Chevelle. 1971 is arguably one of the best years for Chevelles with the single headlight setup and streamlined rear deck. And the way the mirror-like rear bumper hugs the sheetmetal while incorporating the taillights is a masterful touch that will never be repeated again in manufacturing.
The exterior's attitude was built into the interior, too, complete with nicely finished black vinyl seats, dark carpets, and slick door panels. Your left hand will grab the wood rimmed sports steering wheel, and your right one rests comfortably on the B&M Quicksilver shifter. This aggressive packaging is backed up by a full AutoMeter Phantom gauge panel that is easy to read with the bright white background. This is a great looking hardtop coupe that you'll love rolling down all the windows to show off the pillarless profile. And you can do this while staying cool all summer long thanks to ice-cold R134a air conditioning.
More than just looking fantastic in the engine bay, this 383 cubic-inch V8 is fresh off a rebuild that includes new bearings, pistons, head gaskets, and all the essentials you think about when shopping for a classic muscle car. Plus, beyond just an increase in displacement, this small block also benefits from performance upgrades such as an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and long-tube headers. So the sound that comes out of the dual exhaust is a mighty roar. And thanks to the fresh rebuild, it's easy to go thundering down the road on a whim. That's exactly the point of a muscle car like this. It has been built to be a ton of Saturday night cruising fun with great driving features such as the TH350 three-speed automatic transmission that includes a shift kit, power steering, and an upgrade to four-wheel disc brakes.
This Chevelle might be a bold sight and make a rumbling sound, but the rebuilt classic is also quite easy on the wallet. That's why we know you might want to hurry up and stake you claim to this one. Call now!!