OldCarOnline.com - 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle SS

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Ad Number:112176
Vehicle Type:Muscle/Performance
Year:1968
Make:Chevrolet
Model:Chevelle SS
Model Type:2DR Sedan
Price:$28000  USD
Stock Number:
Miles:9700
  
Name:John Muller
City:San Clemente
State/Prov:California
Zip/Postal Code:92673
Country:USA
Phone 1:310-200-3214
Phone 2:949-366-3433
Phone 3:
Web Site Address:

Vehicle Description

2003 Cruise for the Cure "Best of Show" Chevelle 68-72. This frame-up restoration was done right using the highest quality components. To much to list, but features include, 350 30 over 4 bolt main (bored, honed, mains align honed, block decked)Holly 650 double pumper built by Jet flows 735,Edelbrock manifold,TRW cast pistons, Molly rings,Resized rods ARP bolts,ISKY 264 mega cam,441 heads 2.02/1.6 valves pocket ported and port matched, Comp 1.6 roller tip rocker arms, 350 trans built by Steve Sharps, 2500 stall 11" continental converter, Flowmaster 2 chamber exhaust, Hand frabricated instrument panel w/ Autometer gauges, Smoothed firewall and fender panels, Chromed bumpers, door handles, wind wing posts, headlight buckets, 12 bolt posi, 3.55:1, Richmond gears GM posi, Toms Kick Ass Axles, all new bearings, new drive shaft & U-joints, 1 3/8 front sway bar, 2"drop spindles with 78-87 style disc brakes, 1 1/2 Eibach springs 500lb rate, 3" rear spring, K&B shocks, 92 Camaro 6-way power seats, Hi torque mini starter, Hei ignition, Powermaster chrome alternator, Flowkooler aluminum water pump, new grill, new power steering pump, 82-92 Camaro quick ration steering box, braided stainless fron brake lines, Polyurethane body mounts, hand fab front fender moldings, wipers & light switch hidden under dash, 69-72 steering column, to get ignition switch out of instrument panel, rewired with painless wiring harness, Hand fab console w/ modified A/C control and Sony CD player w/ Kenwood amp, all new seats and window felts. Much Much more...
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