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68 Chevy Belair Chevelle Camaro Chevrolet BowTie Bowtie GM Big Block 427-425 HP

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Bel Air/150/210
Type: Sedan
Year: 1968
Mileage: 450
VIN: 155118Yxxxxxx
Color: Blue
Engine: 427
Cylinders: 8
Transmission: 4 speed
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Springfield, Missouri, United States

1968 Chevrolet Bel Air/150/210 Additional Info:


A 1968 Bel Air 2 door post is rare enough compared to all other mid to late 60's Bel Airs, then add the L72 option........



All original glass except windshield, Factory radio delete, Original sheet metal except floor pan, Excellent panel fitment and gaps, Original bumpers, Grille, Tail lights, Marker lights, All 4 original T3 headlights that work, All original chrome and stainless, Power steering, Power disc brakes, Factory spare wheel, jack, and tools. Also now has heavy duty cooling, 4 core radiator, Temperature controlled fan and shroud, 1968 L-72 427-425 SHP IO code, 3885069 Winters intake, Holley 780 cfm carb, Stainless full 2" tube headers with 3 ½" collectors, M20 4 Speed, F41 suspension, 3.31 posi, Runs and drives perfectly and everything works like when it left the factory, horn, dash lights, gauges, idiot lights, and even the key buzzer. Yes it is a tire melting big block Chevy and runs just as it is supposed to.....



I purchased this special car out of Florida from an older gentleman that was the second owner. It was an original 90,000 mile 6 cyl 3 speed car that did have power steering and power disc brakes and was an original radio delete. I re-created the car to an L-72 exact replica during a complete restoration. It IS NOT a numbers matching car but as close as one can make it. It has everything an original would have and all components are date correct. This is not a frame off car because there was no reason for it. The floor pan was replaced because of some rust but mainly it was bent by the old man running over a large curb. Every nut and bolt, mount, line, seal, rubber, latch, handle, lock, is new. Also wiper motor, heater core, blower motor, cables, levers, wiring, glove box liner, shocks, big block springs, a-arms, u-joints, ball joints, tie rods, bushings, seals, bearings, rotors, wheel studs and nuts, calipers, backing plates, pads & shoes, weather strips, door fuzzies, carpet, sun visors, brake lines, fuel lines, fuel sender, etc, etc. The engine was completely rebuilt, Balanced rotating assembly, block was decked just enough to true it and you can just make out the factory IO stamp and even the original broach marks. It is a 3955270 and still retains a stock bore and a standard crank, All new inside with a balanced rotating assy. Compression is 10.5:1 with Cometic gaskets and will run great on 91-93. Cam is of course a solid with .559-.580 lift and .264-.270 duration @.050. Heads are now all new 3919840 with springs matched to cam and 2.19-1.88 valves, 3/8 push rods and guide plates, M20 trans was completely rebuilt with new bearings, synchros, and gears as needed. It shifts perfectly and the rebuilt Muncie shifter does not rattle and shake like most. There are no shakes, shimmies, or vibrations of any kind at any speed. It has a new Zoom clutch assembly, flywheel, Z-bar, and all supporting hardware. New MSD electronic distributor, ceramic plug wires, mini starter, alternator, power steering pump, red line tires with 7 & 8 inch wheels. No leaks or drips of any kind. Drive it anywhere. I have driven it a little over 450 miles sorting and dialing things in. I had a tach and direct read gauges during this time so I could monitor everything. It runs 180 degrees always, it will not run hot, oil pressure is 40 psi at hot idle and 60-70 psi running down the road. I removed the gauges because I wanted the factory look. I will include them if you like. I built this car to drive. I did not set out to build a trailer queen and that's why I opted to keep as much original as possible like the original grille, chrome, and stainless. It gives it just a touch of patina and I believe I achieved my goal of making it look more like a survivor than a freshly restored car. Car was finished early this year and as you can tell it spends most of its time in my garage. Things change and I just don't have time for it as I had planned.

VIDEO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UeMXMDvVMkU&feature=youtu.be

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I apologize to all the great ebayersthat I even have to explain this andI can't help being amazed that some people still don't understand but.........................

SOLD AS IS WITH THE RIGHT TO INSPECT BEFORE BIDDING & ONLY WHILE THE AUCTION IS ACTIVE. If you wish to kick the tires or have a 3rd party inspect you are welcome to do that anytime during sale NOT AFTER. If over 140 pictures that show EVERYTHING and more than you could see in person as well as a walk around starting and running video is not enough for you then by all means come see it in person but NOT after sale is over.

Winning bidder must contact me immediately after the sale

PAYMENT REQUIREMENTS: $500 non-refundable deposit within 24 hrs. (one day) after the sale. Remainder to be paid within 72 hrs (3 days) via bank to bank wire transfer only.


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