1972 Chevelle Concours Station Wagon - Nice Stationwagon Not For Sale
OK- This one belonged to my buddy Gene. He bought it to tow his restored
1957 boat. The wagon is a REALLY NICE CAR. Has Ice Cold A/C converted to
134a. Optional Roof Rack and rear window air deflector, the Big Block Hood
looks COOL. Corvette 15X8 rally wheels and the SS grill and paint give it a
nice look. The car was built quite well. They added a second gas tank in
the right spare tire well opposite the stock left tank. Spare tire is now
under the rear floor, so the rear space under floor is storage and spare
tire compartment, no third seat option. Rear window is electric and the
tailgate has the 2-way opening feature.
1980 trans am trying to start after 24 years in storage
UPDATE- here is my restoration page with pictures if anyone is interested
i just bought this 1980 trans am. its %100 complete but the guy had taken
it apart before storage in 1987.
i am putting it back together to drive it this summer
i put some oil in the cylinders before i tried to start it.
1955 Chevy Bel Air Wagon Classic Muscle Car for Sale in MI Vanguard Motor Sales
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VERY RARE 1955 Chevrolet BEL AIR 4 DOOR WAGON
A SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CAR FROM NEW!!
AND ONLY 2 OWNERS
And the last family had it in there family for over 40 plus years!!!
She is powered by the world famous small block Chevy V8 and has a 700 R
overdrive transmission. She also has her original Power Steering and added
Power Disc Brakes for great drivability and stopping power!! (AND SHE
DRIVES FANTASTIC)!!!! This little wagon is GREAT FOR ALL OCCASIONS from
Local Car Shows, (WHERE SHE REALLY GETS LOTS OF ATTENTION AND THUMBS UP) To
OUT ON THE TOWN WITH THE WIFE. Or to PICKING UP ALL YOUR PALS AND RUNNING
DOWN TO THE BEACH!!! And one of the most important and fun things to do is
(GO TO A SWAP MEET WITH HER AND LOAD HER UP WITH GOODIES FOR OTHER FAVORITE
CARS)!!! She is a drop dead gorgeous very straight great looking 55. Her
capabilities are endless and she looks so very COOL and drives with NO
DISAPPOINTMENTS!!! A RUST FREE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 1955 Chevy BEL AIR
WAGON, TRULY an ICON in ALL THE COLLECTOR CAR HOBBY!!!
Call Tom Today for a buy it now!
1971 Chevelle Malibu For Sale!
This pretty little 350 Malibu Chevelle is a Great piece for anyone new to
muscle cars or that just wants to drive about town and receive a million
"thumbs up"! The mild 350 Chevy Smallblock is hooked up to a 4 speed
Muncie Trans with a very drivable 3:73 geared 12 bolt rear.
The Red color is brilliant and shines nicely making this Malibu easily
noticeable. She adorns SS badges and gauges, bucket seats, center console,
classic hood pins, and much more...
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1971 CHEVELLE SS STATION WAGON -- IT'S A CLONE
You wouldn't think the Super Sport, SS designation, would be labeled for a
station wagon. But this example has been proven to me to be another clone.
The 1971 Chevelles' got fresh front-end styling that included large
Power-Beam single-unit headlights, a reworked grille and bumper, and
integral park/signal/marker lights. New dual round taillights were integral
with the back bumper. Because SS models suffered heavy insurance
surcharges, Chevrolet introduced the "Heavy Chevy" at midyear, which was
based on the base Chevelle, and was available with any V8 engine except the
454, which was exclusive to SS models. The Heavy Chevy (RPO YF3) was ONLY
available with the base Chevelle sport coupe and was primarily a dress up
option and even it was limited to options available on the standard
Chevelle sport coupe; no carpeting, no bucket seats, etc. For 1971, the SS
option was reduced to one RPO code, RPO Z15, and was only available for the
Chevelle Malibu. This RPO code required any optional engine and
transmission available in the Chevelle lineup. Since the 307 V8 was the
standard base V8 in 1971, it could not be ordered with the SS option; one
had to order one of the two 350 V8 engines (L65 or L48), the LS3 402 or the
LS5 454. Chevrolet specifications for 1971 included both "gross" and "net"
for all engines. The SS option could be ordered with any optional V8 and
became more of a dress-up option than a performance option. GM mandated all
divisions design their engines to run on lower-octane regular, low-lead or
unleaded gasoline. To permit usage of the lower-octane fuels, all engines
featured low compression ratios (9:1 and lower; well below the
10.25-11.25:1 range on high-performance engines of 1970 and earlier). This
move reduced horsepower ratings on the
big-block engines to 300 for the 402 cubic-inch V8 but surprisingly, the
LS5 454 option got an "advertised" five-horsepower increase to 365.
The LS6 454 option, which was originally announced as a regular production
option on the Chevelle SS for 1971, was dropped early in the model year and
no official records indicate that any 1971 Chevelles were assembled with
the LS6 engine. But at any rate, the engine and horsepower specs determined
what a Super Sport should be. I hope you enjoy this CLONED '71 SS wagon
and thanks very much for viewing.
1973 Chevrolet Chevelle: Bank Robber's Special -- /BIG MUSCLE
For its season finale BIG MUSCLE heads to the mean streets of Trenton, NJ
to meet up with Sean Rich and his road warrior style 1973 Chevrolet
Chevelle. This particular car was constructed with the idea that if one
needed a getaway vehicle for which to rob a bank in, well then... this
would be the perfect candidate. This is not some big dollar, no holds
barred super car, but a ride built by its owner for the purpose of putting
a smile on his face every time the key was turned.
SS Shaun Chevelle vs. Big Matt Camaro - $1,000 RACE
SS Shaun Chevelle vs. Big Matt Camaro - $1,000 RACE
Chevelle - Built LSX with D1 ProCharger on 20" rims
Camaro - Built LS1,
Heads, Cam, D1 ProCharger, Meth injection, Nitrous, VHT & Tires
Matt didn't want to give up the money at first even though he lost then
finally paid up!
SS SHAUN FTW!!! BY A FEW CARS!
1969 Chevrolet Chevelle vs 1987 Buick GNX - Generation Gap: Muscle Cars
Cast your vote here:
Join Ken Lingenfelter in supporting the Ronald McDonald House charity:
In the latest episode of Generation Gap, Matt and Davin have brought the
muscle. Matt’s pick, a 1987 Buick GNX, is arguably one of the best muscle
cars to come out of the 1980s, with a McLaren Performance-tuned turbo-charged V-6 putting 245 hp and 360 ft.-lb.
of torque to the ground. Davin thought he could slip one by with this
unassuming 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle. The secret is that it’s a rare COPO
with the 427-cid engine with 425 hp and 460 ft.-lb. of torque. This
Chevelle looks like grandma’s car, but goes like a Yenko.
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