VOLO AUTO MUSEUM
27582 VOLO VILLAGE RD
Only 826 miles on restoration. Right out of Arizona, it appears to have clean original metal. Includes a pile of receipts and information about the car.
EXTERIOR: I am impressed with the body. It's straight, fits real nicely. I couldn't find any bubbles our significant flaws. Has a nice smooth glossy finish from the rockers to the roof. Clean door jambs, bottom of doors are nice. Weatherstrips are soft. In front the chrome has all been replaced- the grill bar, bumper, hood trim, hood spears. The stainless moldings on the sides and around the windows appear to be in good original condition. In back the bumper and tail light housings have been replaced. It also has some new accessories- dual antenna, door handle guards and dual mirrors. 18 inch Coy's wheels in front, 20s in back really make it pop. Has performance tires.
INTERIOR: Nice looking dash area. The metal is repainted gloss red, new aluminum trim. Updated Vintage Air controls look original but are electronic instead of cables. Great looking Dakota Digital analog gauges with carbon fiber background and backlit red. Has Painless wiring system. New headlight and dimmer switches. Has a retro stereo system. Air conditioning vents are neatly installed under the dash. Up above, the headliner, visors and mirror have been replaced. Dome light works. Down on the floor is new carpet and a Hurst 4-speed shifter. with a Hurst linkage. The seat and door panels have been reupholstered in similar pattern and materials to the original. Has seat belts front and back.
ENGINE COMPARTMENT: ZZ4 GM crate motor- 350-355 hp, 400 lbs of torque. Completely developed and assembled by GM, it even comes with oil already in it. Includes 4 bolt mains, roller cam, aluminum heads and intake, HEI ignition and a list of performance goodies. Professionally restored Quadrajet 4 barrel carb with electric choke. We have receipt and list of full specs. Has ram horn exhaust manifolds. Has Vintage Air Gen IV system. Modern electronic wiper motor. Upfront looks great. It has a polished aluminum a/c condenser with polished lines. Also polished aluminum radiator and overflow bottle. Polished core support with stainless hardware, even has a set of chrome horns. Edelbrock aluminum water pump and dual electric fans help keep it cool. Has March Billet pulleys with serpentine belt system. New power brake system with CPP master cylinder.
TRUNK COMPARTMENT: Very solid trunk compartment. Has rubber mat Under the trunk lid and side walls have been painted red, weatherstrip has been replaced. Seat divider is replaced.
UNDERSIDE: Right out of Arizona. Floors look really good. Appears to be original rockers, braces and floors in real solid shape. Has a custom stainless Pypes exhaust system with X pipe. Bottom of the motor is still clean. GM tag is on oil pan. New high torque starter and flywheel. Rebuilt Muncie 4-speed transmission. Front end has been completely rebuilt. Shocks, springs, bushings, ball joints, tie rod ends. New brake system. Disc brake conversion in front. New stainless lines, hoses, e-brake cables. In back it has newer shocks, new fuel tank, straps and sending unit. New inline Edelbrock electric fuel pump.
Very desirable two door hardtop, genuine Bel Air. This is a timeless collector car that never goes out of style. This one is a great example with nice features.
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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