55 Chevy 2 door Coupe project with a 327 engine & a Muncie 4 speed trans!
This is a project car that I am listing, it is currently running & drivable with good working brakes. The mileage listed above is not accurate, just a number. I have absolutely no idea what the true mileage is. Actually, it has no miles on it since this restoration started. The engine is a re-built 327 with the double hump heads, mild cam & Edelbrock carb. The body is in really good shape with NO rust issues. The body was removed & blasted underneath, then primed. Frame was cleaned up & painted black. All body mounts are new. It has disc brakes on all 4 corners in good working condition. There is a new crossover exhaust system installed with mufflers, but still needs to be connected to the headers, running through open headers right now. It has Pontiac bucket seats & console with the original rear seat. It does have a good Texas title. It has a new gas tank, new wiring harness, new tires & wheels, new tubular control arms top & bottom, all front end parts are new & it is very easy to steer. It is really a pretty complete car. The only things I can see missing is both bumpers, 3 small pieces of vent window stainless, rear armrests & 1 outer rear quarter window stainless. The window flippers, chrome headliner bows, dash trim & gauges are there & included. It will need all glass except for the rear windshield. There are quite a few new parts also included such as new LED taillights. This will make a very nice project car with most of the hard work already done. This car needs all the panels aligned, blocked out, painted, interior & glass installed, then it would be done. Please look closely at all the pictures. They will tell you most of what you need to know. I will answer any questions you may have. Just email me or give me a call.
Let me say this again. This is a project car, that runs, drives & stops right now. This is basically a complete car.
Here are the links to some much larger detailed pictures, they are large & may take some time to load, but will show you what you need to know: