A show quality frame off rotisserie restored convertible Chevelle. 396 big block, 400 transmission with a mild shift kit. Vintage air conditioning, power top, power steering, power brakes, buckets seats, console, tach, upgraded factory stereo, all parts on the car have been restored or replaced. Dual exhaust, factory disc brakes on the front and drum on the rear. The data plate and title were missing so Kansas Highway Patrol reassigned the title. The speedometer was reset at the time of the restoration and is reading just over 400 miles. A great example of a factory restored 1967 Chevelle SS convertible. Call with any questions 913 601-2917. Thanks
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