1971 Chevrolet Chevelle Convertible
You're looking at the rare opportunity to own a standout classic. There were less than 5,100 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu convertibles produced in 1971, and very few convertibles ever came after this. So you get iconic lines, rarity, and even the right upgrades in this classic V8 droptop. Code 62 Burnt Orange is the car's original color, but when the sunlight hits this convertible, you instantly can tell it has the extra luster of a respray later in life. It's great to see someone invest in quality, because we all love it when a sunshine-friendly droptop looks great in the sunshine. This one did not get the SS treatment added over the decades, and instead wears its premium Malibu personality with pride. In fact, the white convertible top adds to this classic's distinction. And it's this upper-class personality that lets you enjoy the straight sheetmetal with gentle curves, well-defined creases, and flowing front hood. A car this solid also retains all the right brightwork pieces Ã¢â‚¬â€œ from the form-fitting bumpers to the delicate wheel arch trim. And the large 20-inch US Mags alloys add to this cruiser's individuality. The distinction continues inside with the correct saddle tan interior. This is a great coordinating hue with the exterior orange, and so this is a terrific total package inside and out. You can tell there have been some nice investments in newer components, including the seat covers. So you have two rows that will comfortably hold plenty of family and friends. But a convertible like this is really about the driver. That's why you get the factory dual-spoke steering wheel that gives you a commanding view of the old-school speedometer that's about as long as the horizon. And while the power folding roof helps to button the whole car up quickly, there's also an alarm system, so you can quickly secure the vehicle even if you're just popping into the shops. When you lift the hood, the dark and tidy presentation funnels your attention to the bold orange block and shiny air topper. The 350 cubic-inch V8 looks great in the engine bay with the presentation, and topped with a four-barrel carburetor. So you get a nice extra hit of power and a sweet sound out of the newer dual exhaust. Out on the road, the power steering, three-speed automatic transmission, and modern grip of ZR-rated performance tires all come together to give you an easy, anytime cruising feeling. Complete with owner's manual and a copy of the original buildsheet, this is a rare and interesting convertible that is also a strong cruising machine. It's a terrific total package, so don't miss you chance at it. Call today!!!