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    Default 1971 Chevelle SS Wagon (grocery getter)

    1971 Chevelle wagon. Originally restored in 1988. Original Chevelle SS interior including door panels, shifter, console etc. Original GM cowl hood, SS parts & emblems. Suspension, wheels, tires updated in 2004. Cold a/c. Car is probably a 7 out of 10. It has a few small dings and such but is still very nice.
    Asking $14,500.00 car is located in Texas 903-738-2007
    (CAR IS A SS COPY)
    Engine:
    396 c.i. big block Chevy
    781 oval port heads
    8.75 compression ratio
    Holley 870 cfm street avenger carb
    Dual 3" exhaust
    Eldelbrock performer cam & lifters
    GM hei ignition
    Turbo 400 Transmission
    Rear suspension:
    GM 12 bolt rear end with positrac
    Hotchkis upper & lower trailing arms
    Air shocks
    Big GM drum brakes
    New stock coil springs
    Herb Adams 1/1/2 inch sway bar
    Front suspension:
    Hotchkis springs
    Hotchkis upper control arms
    Stock lower control arms with urethane bushings
    Herb Adams 1/3/8 sway bar
    1LE camaro brake rotors
    B body front spindles
    Koni 5 way adjustable shocks
    Wheels & Tires
    Front: Boyd's 17x9.5 with 275/40/17 BFGs
    Rear: Boyd's 17x11 with 335/35/17 Kumho road race tires

















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    bump far a very nice car
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    Anotehr bump for a cool river cruiser.
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    Damn!!!! Nice car. I knew a guy who had one of those. His was yellow with the black SS stripes. Man, I gotta finish my 68 Chevelle.

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    this has a 70 front clip on it. is it a 1971 with a 70 front end or is it actually a 1970 wagon? just curious...man i love anything chevelle style. wagon, elky, even the 4 doors are sweet. cool car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ap67et10 View Post
    this has a 70 front clip on it. is it a 1971 with a 70 front end or is it actually a 1970 wagon? just curious...man i love anything chevelle style. wagon, elky, even the 4 doors are sweet. cool car.

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    I was just thinking the same thing. That is a 70 front clip.

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    Yep, 70 front clip.

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    i wish u would sell this thing so u could buy my 25

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    I just wish you would sell me the blower for my 22. I measured for your 25 and it wont fit in the shop.

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    what did u measure? mine is on a custom trailer is is VERY different than most 25's. to the top of the canopy's is 6'8" and it is 30' 10" long prop to tounge - i've had othe 25's at my place and they r all longer and taller than mine. dave built this trailer at the same time he built the one under the 22, so it isn't like all the extreme setups out there!

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    Yea, it would fit with a folding tounge but, I still have a 22 to do something with. The 22 fits in the garage with about 2 inches on both ends with the drive down from hitting the doors.

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    Somebody buy the wagon or trade me something cool.

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