1967 Chevrolet Chevelle Convertible
The car looks like it is fun to drive with its 5 speed Tremec and stroked 489 cubic inch big block. The torque off the line must really push your back in your seat. The Moser 12-bolt is a nice addition. The car looks to be equipped with four wheel disc brakes, chrome master cylinder and dual diaphragm booster.
While it is not required to have air conditioning on a convertible, it is certainly a nice option. This car is equipped with some cool options like the Vintage Air, AM/FM Radio, Billet Frontrunner pulley system, tilt column and power steering.
For some reason when it comes to building a Chevelle, everything just costs more! Parts seem to cost more than a Camaro and a Corvette of the same year. You can easily spend $40,000 on restoration cost and have just an OK car when it comes to build cost for the Chevelle.