Buckets in an SS are the only way to fly, and you’ll find it’s easy to get comfortable behind the thick-rimmed SS steering wheel. Plush black carpets are the correct pile and thickness and insulate the cabin from the outside world, while the matching SS door panels and taut black headliner pull everything together nicely. The dash is full of proper SS gauges, including a tachometer to the left of the speedometer, and a couple aftermarket auxiliary units were added underneath to help keep a more accurate eye on the monster in the engine bay.
Look at the gentle crease that defines the fender lines, the subtle flare of the rear quarters, and the peak that runs from the roof down to the rear bumper, all of which are often overlooked on lesser cars. Those details stand out because someone spent the time to keep them visible, and that’s not cheap. They also laid down some proper black SS decals, and then buried them under the clear for a super slick look and an impossible shine.
Flashy Cragar slotted wheels with center spinners keep the muscle car look while adding staggered 235/60/15 front and 255/60/15 rear Cooper Cobra White-letter performance radials. Brutally fast, exceptionally pretty, and totally ready to rumble, this ’71 Chevelle is the car you’ve admired but never thought you would own. With only 6,276 miles on the build, this brutal beauty is ready to dominate for years to come.