VOLO AUTO MUSEUM
27582 VOLO VILLAGE RD
EXTERIOR: The body shows real well. It's straight, I don't see rust or damage. The panels lineup very square and flush. The doors shut real nice, the windows are aligned properly. It's painted a dark green metallic,2
the clear coat is polished very smooth and glossy. It's dressed up with dual hood scoops, a rear spoiler and a bumblebee stripe. The vinyl top looks new. The glass on the car is very clear. The steel wheels are painted to match and has a new set of poverty hubcaps. The BFG tires look great. The front bumper is a little tarnished, the back bumper has been rechromed. The jambs are painted nice.
INTERIOR: Not perfect but it is a nice, unabused interior. The metal trim is repainted. The door panels are excellent. The seats and cushion look real nice, there are some splits in the seams on the passenger side. Very nice carpet with Swinger floormats. The dash area is very nice, it's not broken or cut up. There is an oil pressure gauge and a mini tachometer mounted below the dash.
ENGINE COMPARTMENT: Very spunky 340 motor. Juiced up with a little hotter cam, Edelbrock high rise with a new edelbrock carb. It has headers, new MSD plug wires, new alternator. Dressed up with finned aluminum valve covers. Upgraded aluminum radiator. The battery is bolted down, it has hood insulation. The fender tag is attached. The engine bay is painted black. It has optional power steering.
TRUNK COMPARTMENT: Very solid trunk compartment. I don't see any splices in the quarters, I believe they are original. The trunk light works. New trunk mat and weatherstrip. The floor is painted with a chip gaurd, under the trunk lid and the jamb are smooth and glossy.
UNDERSIDE: It appears to be rock solid. It has it's original factory under coat. The floors and frame rails look good. Front end components look real good, although not brand new. All 4 shocks look fresh. Recent dual exhaust with x-pipe Flowmaster mufflers and chrome tips. Looking up at the motor it's real clean and has a high torque starter. It has an automatic trans.
Not perfect but very respectable. It's a cool little hot rod. The look and sound are tough!
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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