Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This is a real-deal 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS in its correct full-red color combo. And it has been restored to have an upgraded fuel-injected big block, four-on-the-floor, air conditioning, and much more. So we won't blame you if you skip ahead and just call us now. But everyone else can continue to read the rest of the details on this cool coupe.
Bolero Red makes the first striking impression, and so it's even more appealing when it's the factory-correct hue. Plus, as a true classic American, you get brightwork that's in all the right places, like the extra wide chrome bumpers, trim that outlines every inch of glass, and the iconic Rally wheels. And since this is a code-138 real-deal Super Sport, it has earned its ribbed rockers, double power dome hood, and correct badging on the rear fender. And as you look over this whole coupe, it has the right boldness and vintage sophistication that you want in a big power street machine... so it's only fitting that it has all the right features to back it up.
A red interior always looks sporty, especially when a car also has a red exterior. And best of all, you get to tell people this car was born a full red-blooded American! And because this is such an ideal color combo, they made sure the condition of the interior was ready to show off. Everything looks great, from the insignia trim on the bucket seats, right down to the trunk mat and full-size spare. The Chevelle might have been Chevy's intermediate size coupe in the '60s, but today that means plenty of room to comfortably carry family and friends. And everyone stays entertained and comfortable with the upgraded retro-style AM/FM/cassette radio and cold-blowing R134a air-conditioning. But while all of this seems like the perfect coupe to share, the Chevelle saves its best treats for the driver. The upgraded three-spoke sports steering wheel feels great in your hands. You have a commanding view of the clear gauges, including the correct-style tach. And the center console not only has a Hurst shifter, but also the controller for the EFI system.
While the badging on the outside says this is a 396, that's a bit of a fib... That's because this one has a LARGER 454 cubic-inch V8 under the hood. This is a younger big block installation, and it looks particularly nice on everything from the 454 valve covers to the shining air topper. Plus, you can instantly see this one was built for performance. The big block has been enhanced with Edelbrock aluminum heads, an Edelbrock Performer RPM intake, an aluminum radiator, and headers. And topping it all off is a Holley Sniper electronic fuel injection system that delivers added power and steadfastness. The dual exhaust makes a terrific muscle car rumble, and you're in full control of the power and thunder thanks to the smooth-shifting four-speed manual transmission. Add in power steering and power brakes with discs up front, and this is the extra-power SS that's also easy to enjoy.
The sale comes complete with additional components like the factory steering wheel and an extra hood. This is the real-deal Super Sport upgraded for more power and more enjoyment. So if you love serious muscle that also loves to stay comfortable, call today!!!
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