I purchased the car last year and only have been to few car shows and it has been a blast. Restored muscle cars should preserve a specific era in history and, as a result, the term "pro-street" often becomes a point of contention. However, when pro-street cars are customized with a clear vision and distinct purpose it only serves to enhance their appeal to enthusiasts who would've never given factory metal a second look. This 1967 Chevelle SS is a dedicated showpiece that rolled into the shop as a solid hardtop and, rolled out of the shop as a spectacular yellow jaw dropper. Ever find yourself meandering through a massive show drooling over the feature cars and wondering how you could get your hands on one? Here's your chance! This professional, rotisserie restoration that was completed, this slick Chevy coupe features a seamless custom appearance that's highlighted by an immaculate coat of mirror-like paint. Just take one look down the sides of this Chevelle's rock-solid body and it becomes obvious that great care was taken to ensure every panel is aligned to better-than-factory fit. Step closer to the car's custom DuPont finish and check out its straight and ripple-free surfaces which are a product of both rust-free sheetmetal and high quality prep work. Grab the car's well-adjusted hood and feel how smoothly it closes to provide an excellent fit which is set off by precise gaps and a glossy clearcoat shell. Now, step back and watch it all add up to one very appealing hot rod that's built to exacting specifications and features a great combination of skilled workmanship and first-rate detailing. Unlike most quarter-mile warriors this Chevelle isn't entirely devoid of stainless, ornamentation or trim. But the baubles and bolt-ons were definitely kept to a minimum in order to showcase the body's awesome. Up front, a stainless Super Sport grille hangs a bright "SS 396" emblem and modern, tri-bar headlights above a slick chrome bumper and small amber parking lamps. At the top of the car, a traditional cowl induction hood leads fresh greenhouse glass that's anchored by color-keyed wiper deletes, framed by like-new border trim and capped by body-matched drip rails. At the sides of the car, traditional GM door handles and chrome bowtie mirrors combine with custom silver stripes and clean stainless pipes to add a little flash to a sea of yellow basecoat. And out back, a clean, stainless-trimmed valence is centered between chrome-trimmed tail lights, small reverse lamps and a second chrome bumper. The Chevrolet division has always represented performance to a virtual army of car guys. But unlike their luxuriously smooth Impala brethren, Chevelles manifest that performance as raw attitude and brute force. Lift the hood of this sinister track monster and you'll find 502 cubic inches of GM Performance Parts V8 that makes killer power and elicits immediate stares. The big engine&apos

Year:  1984
Miles:  30 000 - 34 999
Transmission: Manual
Fuel: Gasoline

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