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The Chevrolet Chevelle is one of the most iconic muscle cars around.
Chevrolet introduced the Chevelle in 1963 as a 1964 model. Though quite large by today's standards, it was classified as a midsize car. What wasn't midsize was the level of passion garnered from the very beginning, a passion that has continued for decades.
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If you like your 1971 Chevrolet Chevelles fast, bold, and well-preserved, then this numbers matching, big block factory Super Sport is what youve been looking for. With a great original color combo, and preserved right down to the working 8-track player, this one gives you a lot to show off before you even let everyone hear the rumble of the V8. The code 13 Nevada Silver, complete with black SS stripes, gets this coupe noticed everywhere it goes. Its not just because of how striking this factory-correct color combo is, but also this is the result of a professional respray. That means you get the pride of originality, and the bright luster that can only come from modern paint practices. SS factory upgrades include the blacked-out grille, hood pins, a cowl-induction hood, and proper badges throughout, and there are few more menacing views in a rear-view mirror than a Chevelle SS thundering up behind you. Its also got some very nice chrome, particularly the bumpers, and theres something special about fresh chrome on a silver car that really gets attention. The black interior has a very original and well-preserved feel. In fact even when items were restored, like the new front bucket seats, it was done to factory-correct standards. Its no surprise to us why this one has led a charmed life considering the amount of options this came with straight from the factory. In case you missed it, this came equip from the factory with A/C. The driver gets the center console with iconic horseshoe shifter, an original two-spoke steering wheel that has a correct SS horn button, and a full set of gauges including a factory tach. You even still get to blast the tunes on the original AM/FM 8-track stereo (dont worry if you dont have a collection of 8-tracks, because this Chevelle comes with one too.) New for 1971 Super Sports was the addition of the LS3 402 cubic inch V8 big block. While there were not too many that were installed at the Arlington, Texas factory, this powerplant is numbers-matching. Just like the rest of the car, the motor has led a cared-for life with good maintenance. This goes beyond the tidy appearance of the engine bay and the proper shiny elements like the air cleaner and valve covers. The V8 was recently treated to a new brake booster, battery, and starter. Plus, the newer dual exhaust gives it an authoritative baritone sound. That means you can fire this big motor up with confidence and go cruising on a whim. In fact, this one has a lot of great features to get you down the road with ease. This includes the power steering, stout TH400 three-speed automatic transmission, and front power disc brakes. You even get the modern grip of Goodyear Eagle GTII tires with the correct SS wheels at all four corners. This is turnkey real-deal SS that commands attention for all the right reasons. The fact that its exceptionally original right down to the big block, and it has enough great features to be a daily driver just proves more that this silver Chevelle is truly precious metal. Call today!!
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