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Derived from the Corvette C6R racing program, and hand-assembled at GM's Performance Build Center, the car's top-of-the-line LS9 incorporates specialty

processes typically seen in competition engines to produce a highly refined and

precise driving experience! 

High Performance Chevrolet Supercharged Factory Crate LS9

M56 6-speed Transmission

Triple Black Color Theme

Painted White Stripes

Complete Custom Built Chassis

1970 Chevelle Front Clip

Cowl Induction Hood

All New Weatherstripping

New Trim Around Windows

Antenna Integrated Into Windshield

Smoked Glass

Glass Rear Window

Spectre Air Filter

Custom Air Intake Elbow

Polished Drive Pulses

ACCEL Plug Wires

Shorty Performance Headers

Flowmaster Mufflers

CPP Brake Booster and Master Cylinder

STEF’S Dry Sump Tank

BE-COOL Radiator with Fans

Custom Cooling Lines

Vintage Air A/C System

Power Rack and Pinion Steering

Tubular A-Arms

Ridetech Coil Over Suspension

Wilwood 4 Wheel 4-Piston Disc Brakes

Drilled and Slotted Rotors

Currie 9” Positrac

Inland Empire Aluminum Driveshaft

Lokar Brake Cables

Hurst 6-speed Shifter

Auto Meter Gauges

Corbeau Heated Racing Seats

IDIDIT Steering Column

Custom Interior

Custom Dash

Touch N’ Go Ignition System

Custom Autosound Radio

Kenwood Speakers

LED Interior Lights

One-Off Custom Fabricated Original Style Wheels

BF Goodrich Radial T/A Tires - 225/70/R15 (front) & 255/60/R15 (rear)

Halogen Headlights

LED Taillights

Rain Gear Electronic Wiper System

Just-Tank Custom Stainless Fuel Tank

Battery Relocated To Trunk

Custom Upholstered Trunk

LED Trunk Lights 

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1971 Chevelle SS Convertible