This is a clean South Carolina car that has just under gone a complete nut and bolt restoration (photos documenting restoration), painted "Show Quality" Victory Red sanded and wheeled slick as glass straight as an arrow, re-chromed front and rear bumps, new door handles, new mirrors, new eye brow trim and hood molding, new emblems - all other chrome and stainless is original in excellent condition, during restoration had SS tail panel and grill emblem added, new tinted windshield - all other glass is factory tinted in excellent condition, new weather stripping and felts.
Factory black interior which has also been completely redone, original dash - 82,000 actual miles, updated with retro fit AM/FM/Cassette stereo with Ipod connector, 6x9 front and rear speakers, new headliner, new door panels, new seat covers, factory front and rear seat belts with shoulder straps, new carpet with floor mats, new sill plates.
Under the hood we have #'s matching 350 that has been completely rebuilt, air cleaner with factory chrome lid, factory exhaust manifolds into Flowmaster dual factory fit exhaust system out the back with chrome tips, factory AC which blows COLD, power steering, power front disc brakes, 350 turbo trans, new belts and hoses, complete new suspension - control arm bushings, ball joints, tie rods, shocks and springs.
15x7 Chevy Rally's with disc brake caps, Firestone white letter tires 215/65/15 all around with matching spare and factory jack.
Runs and Drives excellent - SHOW READY
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