This is one mean car. As far as 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle restomods go, this is a pretty good example. With Holley fuel injection, a big V8, a B&M shifter, an updated stereo system and an aggressive exhaust sound, what is there not to like? Powered by a menacing 396 C.I. V8 paired to a Holley electronic fuel injection (EFI) system, this Chevelle really moves. All that torque hooks up to the Ford 9" rear end through an updated 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission, shifted by a B&M grip. The dark blue paint on this car matching the large tires really add to this Chevelle's drag-strip feel. The interior, while basic, is befitting of a high-performance car and its black vinyl Bucket seats are comfortable enough for both cruising and running times at the strip. This mean Chevelle is fitted with a variety of options, including Holley fuel injection, a Ford 9" rear end, a B&M shifter, an updated transmission, power steering, an updated AM/FM stereo system, seatbelts, front disc brakes, power brakes, and a great-sounding dual exhaust system. The car rides on some great performance-oriented tires, with some fat ones out back and some smaller ones in the front, giving this car an extremely aggressive stance. This really is an aggressive car, and it WILL go like hell. This Chevelle is on the lot now waiting for a new owner, and if you're the kind that likes to go fast, then this Chevelle may just be for you.