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It looks like it has been up for auction twice this month, the high bids were just over/under $15,000. It would be interesting to know if it's due to the location of the car or the car itself.

It sits well. Too bad the pictures aren't better.

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Wondering why they didn't post the vin either after looking at the pics the body work could have been just a funky reflection either way not buying into it being real. Most would put more pics and ones that show SS looks like a paint and flip to me.

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It does have the right dash, not enough pics but I would think someone with a real LS-5 would ask for more $
 

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Well if it truly was a real LS5 and the seller wanted it to sell then he should post pics of under the hood,the trim tag and at least the first 7 VIN digits.Without them, he's making it look like he's pushing a clone car.
 

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Not a bad looking car (except for the mirrors). I don't like the phony VIN.

Anyway, even if it is a solid, good running clone it is worth the 23K. Lots of people are OK with a well done clone, especially when it comes to Chevelles or Novas. 90% of the SS package is cosmetic. What would you rather have, a 454 SS clone or the real deal with an inline 6?
 

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Well if it truly was a real LS5 and the seller wanted it to sell then he should post pics of under the hood,the trim tag and at least the first 7 VIN digits.Without them, he's making it look like he's pushing a clone car.
The trim tag or the VIN won't tell anything about it being a "clone" or not.
 

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The trim tag or the VIN won't tell anything about it being a "clone" or not.
Well it could if it is not even 136 car

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This one is back, with a $25,000 buy-it-now price and...ding ding ding...a build sheet.

What do you guys think of the build sheet? Looks like a photocopy at best.

Link to 1971 Chevelle for sale

 

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You can see the last 6 digits ink-stamped in the upper right hand box of the build sheet (they are very, very light - I almost missed them too).
 

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This one is back, with a $25,000 buy-it-now price and...ding ding ding...a build sheet.

What do you guys think of the build sheet? Looks like a photocopy at best.

Link to 1971 Chevelle for sale

Was there ever a mention of the build sheet back when this car was on the market before?
 
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