1 of 7,802 produced in 1971. Over $30,000 invested. This car was not restored to complete originality but was slightly modernized while using as many original parts and OEM/AC Delco parts as possible that were available. All the metal is original including the trunk pan and floor pans, and the factory fiberglass hood. The only metal replaced were the rear quarter panels and the trunk lid. The rims match the original but are 15” instead of the factory 14”. The interior was put back original but was recovered in black instead of the factory blue, minus the sunvisors and the center console. The shifer has been replaced with a B&M Megashifter, and the original gauges were replaced with Auto Meter Pro Comp gauges using the original instrument panel. The original 350 engine was replaced with a 400 V8 from a 1972 Pontiac Grand Prix, which was completely rebuilt and upgraded with an Edelbrock intake and Holley 4150(700 cfm) carb, MSD 6A ignition box, coil, distributor and plug wires. The motor has less than 1000 miles on it! Custom exhaust with Flowmaster mufflers. The original Turbo 350 transmission was rebuilt with new B&M torque convertor and components. The rear end was upgraded with 355 Richmond gears and an Auburn differential. All the glass in the car has been replaced. All rubber and weatherstripping have been replaced. New fuel lines, gas tank, brake lines, rotors, and all brake components. All worn suspension components have been replaced. The heater core has been replaced and the system blows very hot air. This car has been kept in an enclosed trailer/garage ever since it got the superior paint job and is only driven on sunny days. Serious inquiries only please.