Power comes from a period 327 V8 paired with a Powerglide 2-speed automatic transmission managing the shifts just as it did originally, and the engine bay is dressed pretty much just like it would’ve been on the showroom floor in 1967. Aside from the modern A/C compressor, it’s quite correct, from the black snorkeled air cleaner to the Chevy Orange paint on the block and valve covers. It starts easily, idles nicely, and pulls with vigor at any speed, but it’s docile enough to drive every day. Original-style exhaust manifolds build power and there’s a brand new dual exhaust system with stainless mufflers that sound great. Power steering and power brakes ensure a great driving experience every time out, while the heavy-duty 10-bolt rear end, monoleaf springs, and a new gas tank


Location: Fort Worth, Texas, United States

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