VOLO AUTO MUSEUM
27582 VOLO VILLAGE RD
This one is a looker! If you don't like attention, maybe you should buy a different one. It's had the same owner the last 15 years. We literally just had a professional performance rebuild on the motor at a cost of $6,000.
EXTERIOR: The stance, colors, wheels and stripes are hot. Very desirable paint code 71-71 which equals Lemans blue with no vinyl top. The body really appears to be in excellent shape, there's no damage, bubbles, cracking. It's absolutely straight everywhere I look. The panels all fit square and flush. It's dressed up with a cowl hood, spoilers and hockey stick stripes. It appears that all the exterior trim has been replaced. Up front the grill, emblem, spoiler and bumper look new. On the sides there are new emblems, marker lights, mirrors, handles, stainless trim and quarter panel louvers. In back the bumper is new. The windshield is new. The chrome US Mags wheels really look great. Staggered size with 18s in front, 20s in back wrapped in performance tires.
INTERIOR: The interior is in very nice overall condition. The carpet, headliner and upholstery is all very nice. The door panels, arm rests and window cranks are new. The dash pad and deluxe steering wheel are new.
ENGINE COMPARTMENT: Beautiful motor compartment, the whole engine bay is the same glossy LeMans blue color. We literally just had the motor professionally rebuilt. It has Keith Black pistons, roller rockers and a thumper cam. It is putting out about 425 hp. On the outside it has been upgraded with aluminum intake, dual feed Holley carb, long tube headers and HEI ignition system. Dressed up with chrome valve covers, air cleaner and alternator. All the components look real good. It has a cadmium plated brake booster, new master. The wiper motor, washer bottle, fan shroud, everything is very clean. Upgraded aluminum radiator. There is a custom engraved stainless filler panel upfront and chrome fender supports.
TRUNK COMPARTMENT: Nice dry, clean metal. Neatly spatter painted grey and white.
UNDERSIDE: The front end has been rebuilt and upgraded with tubular control arms. It has QA1 gas shocks front and back. New polished stainless fuel tank, new straps, sending unit. Looking up at the motor it has fresh Chevy orange, chrome flywheel cover and starter looks recent. It has a Turbo 400 automatic with a chrome pan. The 10 bolt rear end has a chrome cover. The dual exhaust system looks new. The metal under this car looks clean. The floors, inner quarters and rockers are dry.
SS stands for super sexy on this Camaro. That big block has a perfect muscle sound. People will wish they were you if you buy this one!
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.
Our salesmen are happy to assist with descriptions and making sure your questions are answered. One great suggestion is letting us do a walk around video that explains the car's condition in detail.
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