Translation:dismiss your perception about value and buy this car on our say that the car is strong, whatever that means.It’s obviously not the original, numbers-matching engine, so we’re not going to worry about the minutiae of numbers, but rather focus on the whole reason these cars are awesome: horsepower. This sucker is STRONG.
But without any proof it’s a real SS with a NOM and a complete color change isnt 79k still about 20-30k to high?Great looking Chevelle. But only 26 Miles? Hardly.
And just when did 1970 BBC's have "Bowtie" cylinder heads? Like never.
But looks like an excellent restoration job overall though.
The $79K asking figure is more realistic.
Plausible deniability... either that or someone only in it for the money...Great description...."suggests and we believe"...they don't know anything about the car;
I love it when a seller doesn't know ANYTHING about what's in the engine, trans, or rear...RUN AWAY.