VOLO AUTO MUSEUM
27582 VOLO VILLAGE RD
24,415 actual miles! Mint survivor original interior and body. This was grandpa's 6 cylinder grocery getter. Has original invoice, sales contract, protect-o-plate, salesman's card, manuals and more. Recently the body was off the frame and it was transformed into a factory correct SS L-78 396-375 hp.
EXTERIOR: Original rust free, damage free metal. We have a zip drive full of pictures showing the car stripped to bare metal. Doors open with one finger, they click shut. Repainted it's original burgundy color. Has smooth, straight glossy finish. Jambs are painted and detailed. Weatherstrips were replaced. Chrome and trim all around the car is bright and straight. Has bow tie mirrors and deluxe exterior package which includes bright trim on the window frames. Correctly restored SS wheels with Coker radial redline tires.
INTERIOR: Completely original interior in excellent condition. No carpet, has original rubber mat. Correct style shifter and boot. Has vintage style aftermarket Stewart Warner gauges and Sun tachometer. Has tilt column with deluxe rosewood wheel. Instrument panel looks brand new- heater controls, original radio, gauges, bezels etc. Overhead the headliner is tight like a drum, no holes, visors are excellent.
ENGINE COMPARTMENT: Restored to factory L-78 specs. Period correct 396 was completely rebuilt to stock specs. Bored 30 over, hydraulic cam equivalent to the original solid lifter cam. Has restored, correct L-78 carb and aluminum intake. Has rectangular port heads. Upgraded to electronic ignition and ceramic coated headers. New 4 core radiator, shroud, GM hoses and clamps. Brackets, pulleys, alternator hinges are all new or restored. The firewall was striped bare, new seam sealer and painted. Heater core relocated to correct big block location. New master, lines and cadmium plated booster. New power pump and hoses. Stock type chrome valve covers and air cleaner. Correct spring clamp battery cables and Delco battery topper. The motor compartment is detailed.
TRUNK COMPARTMENT: Perfectly clean original metal with a durable spatter finish paint. Also has jack and spare, new weatherstrip.
UNDERSIDE: Has clean virgin metal underneath. The floors, frame rails, inner rockers and lower 1/4s are clean original metal. The frame was pulled from the car and powder coated. The front end was completely rebuilt- balljoints, bushings, shocks, springs replaced. Has bigger sway bar. Bottom of the motor is clean, new starter. Rebuilt M-20 Muncie 4-speed. New Hurst linkage, new clutch. Rebuilt 12 bolt 3.55 posi. Rear suspension rebuilt- new leaf springs and shocks. All new brake system with disc in front. New lines, hoses, e-brake cables. New fuel system- tank, sender, lines. New exhaust system with correct transverse muffler.
Hard to find such a low mile, original metal car. Then to have someone spend all the time and money to convert it to a factory correct L-78. The restorer said it would be easier to list the parts he didnt replace then to tell me everything he did replace!
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.
Don't be intimidated, contact sales now for a no pressure, no hassle experience!
815 385 3644 9-5 central
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