VOLO AUTO MUSEUM
27582 VOLO VILLAGE RD
Only 54 miles on a body off the frame show quality restoration. This has it all: very desirable colors Rally Sport- Super Sport with a big block, 4-speed and much more!
EXTERIOR: Restored to new or better. The body is all clean metal. It's straight as an arrow polished and fits nice. Repainted its original code 72 hugger orange. Has a smooth gloss finish everywhere you look, even down low and below the bumpers. All of the trim and chrome has been replaced. I'm talking about the lenses, grill emblems, marker lights, handles, hood stacks etc. All of the stainless moldings are new. Vinyl top is brand new. All the glass is new and fits real nice. New window seals and weatherstrips. Door jambs are slick. The SS wheels are restored, trim rings look like chrome. Has BFG tires. Features include the exterior trim package which includes the louvers on the quarter panels, wheel well and rain gutter trim. The Rally Sport package includes the hidden headlights and relocated reverse lights. The vacuum system for the headlight doors is new, they work properly. It also has spoilers, bumper gaurds and hockey stick stripes.
INTERIOR: Code 713, black houndstooth deluxe interior. Completely restored from carpet to headliner, even the dash area. All new gauges, lenses, vents, knobs, heater controls. Even the ashtray is clean and cigarette lighter knob matches. It does have the console with the factory gauge cluster and tachometer in the dash. There is an upgraded retro stereo that fits in the factory hole with kick panel speakers. All new deluxe interior which includes the molded armrest door panels and wood grain trim. Has houndstooth upholstery. Up above the visor, headliner and mirror are new.
ENGINE COMPARTMENT: Has properly coded 396 with optional 350 hp. Everything looks new or restored in the engine compartment. Has all the correct manifolds, valve covers, air cleaner, GM hoses and clamps, spring clamp battery cables etc. The power steering hoses, steering box, master cylinder, alternator all look new. Fan, shroud, wiring all look proper.
TRUNK COMPARTMENT: All clean metal with a nice coat of spatter finish. Has a 5th matching new BFG tire on an SS wheel for a spare. Under the trunk lid is painted hugger orange, detailed out with the decals and new weatherstrip.
UNDERSIDE: Body was off the frame, new bushings. Front end was just rebuilt-new bushings, ball joints, shocks etc. Bottom of the motor is clean, has new starter and fuel pump. Correct Muncie 4-speed trans, linkage looks new. New u-joints. Has #s matching 12 bolt 3.73 posi rear end. All new brake system, upgraded to disc at all four wheels. New e-brake assembly, lines and hoses. New correct exhaust system with transverse muffler. New fuel tank, sending unit and lines. The floors are clean metal. Underneath this car is painted and detailed very nicely.
This car is fresh, fresh, fresh everywhere I looked. Not only does it look new but the parts fit right, it functions right. Ready for show and go!
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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815 385 3644 9-5 central
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