VOLO AUTO MUSEUM
27582 VOLO VILLAGE RD
EXTERIOR: Factory code 71-71: Lemans blue upper and lower, no vinyltop. Stand next to the car on a sunny day and it's gorgeous. Look at it under the garage lights, it's not a show quality finish. It is glossy but has imperfections. The body is impressive. Overall the car is straight, it's smooth all along the bottom. I don't see any rust or damage. It has original 1/4 panels. The SS stripes on the hood and trunk are painted on. Upfront the bumper is new, the grill is good original. The mirrors are new, door handles are original. In back the tail lights and bumper look new. The stainless moldings are original so they have some dents and scratches. Chrome grills on the SS hood are new. Door jambs are good, the weatherstrips are soft. It has a set of polished 15 inch American Racing Torque Thrust wheels with BF Goodrich tires, extra fat in the back.
INTERIOR: Good condition. The rear seat is original and very nice. The front seat is reupholstered with aftermarket covers. The carpets look recent, door panels are good. New cushion grip steering wheel. It is a factory air conditioned cars that does have the vents and controls inside.
ENGINE COMPARTMENT: This is where it gets good. It has one healthy 454 motor. It had a performance rebuild. High performance cam with a remote pump and reservoir to create more vacuum. It has a set of headers, Edelbrock Torker intake with a giant dual feed Holley carb. It has the perfect muscle car idle, it is very snappy when you goose it. It has a gel cell battery bolted down with a shut off switch. New horns in front. The radiator, clutch fan and shroud look new. Has polished radiator cap and chrome cover. It features power steering and the power brake system looks new.
TRUNK COMPARTMENT: I'm really impressed with the trunk floor, it has no patches or rust whatsoever. Those are the factory quarter panels, looked and could not find any seams or splices. The jamb has clean factory spot welds and seams.
UNDERSIDE: Ball joints and shocks look very recent. Looking up at the motor it's clean. The fuel pump looks new, has a high torque starter. It has a TCI Turbo 400 automatic with a finned aluminum pan. In back the shocks look new. It has a 12-bolt rear end with a chrome cover and posi gears. The rear end is original, coded for a 69 Chevelle with a 396. The dual exhaust with Flowmaster mufflers sounds wicked. It has disc brakes in front.
Sharp looking, incredible sounding. Solid body with desirable color. Not pristine but will certainly make an exciting driver that will still get compliments.
I, Jay Grams, take pride in personally writing the descriptions for virtually every car for about the last 30 years now. A significant amount of effort goes into fact checking. What I am offering is my professional impression of the vehicle.
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Power disc brakes
12 bolt posi
Cushion grip wheel
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