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415-POWERED 1971 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE

Highest Bid:
$24,000

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415-POWERED 1971 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE

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415-POWERED 1971 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE

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415-POWERED 1971 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE

High Bidder:  BrianBuster

Auction Type:  Reserve (not met) 

Highest Bid: $24,000 (USD)

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Location:

Somersworth, New Hampshire 03878

Seller:

Private Party

Engine:

415ci

Transmission:

Automatic

Odometer:

93,935 (Mi)

Chassis/VIN:

136371R199561

Carfax:

Lot Number:

Highest Bid: $24,000 (USD)

High Bidder:  BrianBuster

Auction Type:  Reserve (Not Met) 

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Location:

Somersworth, New Hampshire 03878

Seller:

Private Party

Engine:

415ci

Transmission:

Odometer:

93,935 (Mi)

Chassis/VIN:

136371R199561

Carfax:

Lot Number:

54338825

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Vehicle Story

OVERVIEW 

This 1971 Chevelle is powered by a Dart Machinery 415ci small block V8 backed by a new RPM Transmissions Level-5 4L80E four-speed automatic transmission, Finished in red and equipped with a black vinyl top over a black vinyl interior, this Chevelle comes from the seller with a clear title. 

Highlights:

  • Cowl-induction hood
  • Power steering
  • Bucket seats
  • Center console
  • Digital AM/FM/cassette stereo
  • Power front disc brakes

Ownership History: 

  • Offered by a private seller
  • Current location: New Hampshire

EXTERIOR

  • Red paint 
  • Black vinyl top
  • Black accent stripes
  • Hood pins
  • Wheel well moldings
  • SS emblems

Known Flaws: 

  • Rust bubbles under the vinyl top below the rear window and on the lower quarter panels

WHEELS AND TIRES 

  • 15” aluminum American Racing Torque Thrust wheels
  • BFGoodrich Advantage T/A radial tires

INTERIOR 

  • Black vinyl 
  • Bucket seats
  • Power steering 
  • Center console-mounted automatic shifter 
  • AM/FM/cassette stereo

 

INSTRUMENTS

  • Odometer shows 93,935 miles
  • True mileage unknown
  • Gauges: 
    • 120-mph speedometer 
    • 10,000-rpm AutoMeter tachometer 
    • Fuel level  
    • Oil pressure 
    • Boost pressure
    • Water temperature

ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION 

Engine: 

  • 415ci small block V8
    • Block created by Dart Machinery
    • Holley Sniper fuel injection system
    • Aeromotive electric fuel pump
    • Polished aluminum valve covers
    • Brodex intake manifold
    • MSD electronic ignition

Transmission: 

  • RPM Transmissions Level-5 4L80E 4-speed automatic
  • Painless Wiring Perfect Torc transmission controller

Service History Highlights:

  • Original engine replaced
  • Original transmission replaced

UNDERCARRIAGE, SUSPENSION, BRAKES, AND EXHAUST 

  • Independent front suspension 
  • 12 bolt solid rear drive axle 
  • Spool
  • 3.73 gear ratio 
  • Posi-traction 
  • Power front disc and rear drum brakes 
  • Long tube headers
  • 3” Flowmaster dual exhaust
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Comments & Questions

June 25, 2024
11:02 AM

BID: $24,000

June 23, 2024
06:14 PM

BID: $23,500

June 23, 2024
04:46 PM
Seller

HI everyone, I am selling this car. I have been attending the Back to the 50s car show in St Paul Minnesota and will be on the road for the next two days, it's a 1500-mile road trip one way. So, I will not be available to answer questions, please ask me any you have tonight! This car is sold with a Bill of Sale, NH does not provide titles for classic cars, just like 17 other states. If your state issues titles you will need to apply with the bill of sale. Thank you

June 23, 2024
12:00 PM

BID: $23,000

June 22, 2024
11:44 PM

BID: $22,500

June 22, 2024
10:18 PM

BID: $22,000

June 20, 2024
07:53 PM
Bidder

Thanks

June 19, 2024
06:23 PM
Seller

@Cows – Does this car have A/C I didn’t see a AC compressor on top of engine. Will this car drive over 1,600 miles back to Mississippi by itself or on its OWN. PLEASE LET ME KNOW THANKS ...

It does not have AC. I am sure it would make the trip but please understand this is a street legal car that is built to perform, 525 horsepower, street slicks and a high stall isn't the best road trip car.

June 18, 2024
08:50 PM
Bidder

Does this car have A/C I didn’t see a AC compressor on top of engine. Will this car drive over 1,600 miles back to Mississippi by itself or on its OWN. PLEASE LET ME KNOW THANKS

June 18, 2024
08:41 PM

BID: $20,000

June 18, 2024
11:20 AM

BID: $12,000

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