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1968 Chevelle Ss / 502 Big Block on 2040-cars

US $34,000.00
Year:1968 Mileage:300
Location:

Newton Falls, Ohio, United States

Newton Falls, Ohio, United States

 1968 Chevy Chevelle SS
502 Big Block with 502 HP! Restoration on this beautiful 68 Chevelle was completed 4 years ago and has been driven approximately 300 miles since the restoration has been completed.
502 BB/ 502HP
Richmond 4 speed trans.
12 bolt rear end.
456 gears.
No expense spared on this restoration.
Total restoration of this car done to show quality condition!
One of the nicest 68 Chevelle's you will find.
The photos do not do the car justice.
Extremely nice car and very fast!!! You will NOT be disappointed with it!

Please call with all questions that you may have 330-727-2884.

Thank You and Good Luck!!!

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