1968 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE CORVETTE LS1 V-8 PUSHING 500 H/P
This one is hard to replace in today's market....
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THIS IS A GREAT LOOKING CAR THAT GETS NOTHING BUT ATTENTION!
This car was just completed a year ago and only has 100 miles on it.
Full CORVETTE LS swap professionally done. This car screams down the road. Over $13K in motor swap-rebuild, parts and labor alone.
Full power front disc brake conversion. This car sounds amazing with series 10 Flowmaster exhaust.
Over $30k in parts etc receipts not including the beautiful paint job . Too much to list!
Professionally painted- the exterior looks great and ready to show. Has great shine and finish.
The car is riding on staggered polished 18" front / 20" rear FOOSE wheels-Looks awesome!
The interior has been restored-new seats, door panels, headliner etc.
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