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1971 Chevrolet Chevelle on 2040-cars

US $20,300.00
Year:1971 Mileage:5000 Color: Yellow /

Pacific, Washington, United States

Pacific, Washington, United States

Just email me at: . AMAZING Restoration with everything completely done nut and bolt, powder coated, painted.
1971 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 502 EFI
Fully Frame off, totally stripped (EVERY BOLT AND SCREW) and restored.
Started with a rust free California Chevelle (I'm the 3rd owner) VIN: 136371L170085
Heart of the beast is the aluminum head AND intake crate engine. ZZ 502 electronic fuel injection. Steel rockers.
Edelbrock ECU controller in cab for easy tune/adjustment
Automatic TH 350 Transmission
Front disc Wilwood Brakes
House of Kolor Gold Flip Flop paint with Black Stripes. Full rotisserie paint job, all surfaces are sprayed
throughout car and underneath too.
Paint job has never seen the rain it it's short life. Undercarriage highly detailed. Frame and suspension, highly
detailed. Total powder coating. (I'm looking for build photos, but having a hard time locating them).
12 bolt Posi Rear End w/ Strange Axles
3" Aluminized exhaust to rear dump (performs and SOUNDS purrrrrfect!!)
Pro Touring car that is laser straight and so beautiful ,this is one of the best ss clones EVER!!
Under hood is highly detailed and completely painted to match body
Aluminum Radiator by B Cool
Tubular upper and lower front suspension control arms.
All new Painless wiring with digital gauges (note, builder never hooked up transmission to count mileage so it
reads 0. I assure you this car rarely gets driving and I would estimate 300 miles a year. Finished in 2006.)
All re-stuffed and wrapped interior. All new stereo with amps, American Racing 20" wheels in front and back an Z
rated tires.
All new weatherstrips throughout. Lots of attention to detail.
On board air compressor and adjustable 4 way bags from cab remote or with key fob. You can adjust the car ride
height to 100's of different positions to assure you always have the best look on the street, at the track, or at
the show. Pancake it out at the show or jack it up at the drag strip. Controller allows for a custom preset ride
height, so every time you start car it goes to your preferred height.
Trophy wining and quality throughout.
I'm selling because wife and kids forcing sale. We are running out of room. It is only driven a 3-4 times a year
and every time gets thumbs up from everyone young and old and is just a DREAM to start up and roll down the road
in. I've truly loved this car and hate to see her go. I love just walking by it in the garage and admiring it. 2nd
owner/builder did an absolute amazing job on everything on this car. I have misplaced all his original build
photos, but still retain manuals for everything on the car. I have an appraisal from June 2006 that I used to
insure the car at $75,000
In an effort to try and get this done right the first time I'm listing all issues with car:
On mothers day I accidentally locked the keys in the trunk at the gas station. I tried to access by pulling rear
seat, but amp and compressor mount wouldn't allow. I had to drill out trunk lock and drill bit just slipped a bit
and there is a bee-bee size nick just around the trunk lock. (see picture). I replaced the lock and all is perfect
and works well, just a bee-bee size paint nick.
There is some slight paint burn on the fuel tank (under the car) from exhaust. May or may not be able to be
polished out. I've never tried to polish it out. I'm unsure of the correct way to address it. I'm not a motor-head
and I really would only take the car out to drive, enjoy, show, wash and put back in the garage a few times a year.
The battery that is currently in the car is a heavy crank battery. It has a polished and machined metal mount to
receive an Optoma blue top gel battery. Since the car sat a lot, I went through 2 of the gel batteries because
those type of batteries can't be brought down to 0% and back. They just die. The lead battery has been great, but
to go to the show I would put a gel cap back in there because it just looks proper that way. since all the amps and
compressor are so techy looking a blue battery sets it off. Car also will come with a little pig tail 2amp trickle
charging unit that makes it fun for the show or easy in the garage, where you can keep it plugged in and all the
lights and stereo going while it is parked without losing the battery power. I can hook it back up for the new
owner if they like. It was originally machined to fit on top of the Gel Cap machined mount that I removed when I
took out the gel cap. Never got around to fabbing a new mount for the trickle charger so I just let it sit in the
parts box.
There is one very light paint chip at the top of the quarter panel where it meets the hood. Not from rubbing, and I
have no idea when or how this happened it was like that when I purchased the car (see picture). Very minor flaw.
Vehicle located in Woodinville, WA in my insulated garage and open for preview anytime. Title is free and clear and
vehicle is ready for transport. I'm available by e-mail .

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