Uhh, a 541ci monster in a 9 passenger Chevelle Wagon? YES!!!!!
1970 Chevelle Concourse Estate 9 passenger wagon. One of a kind, very rare car. Only 2000 of these wagons were produced, 16 were made in this configuration with stainless roof rack and rear facing back seats.
Engine is a Ted King pro-built 541, full roller big block. 600+ horsepower, 700+ ft. lbs. torque. Reher and Morrison block, Crower billet crank and rods, JE billet racing pistons, Crower 01401 hydraulic roller cam and lifters, Edelbrock aluminum RPM heads with race valves and Crower springs fully ported and warmed over, Comp Cams Stainless full roller rockers and Jomar Racing valve train stud girdle, Edelbrock Performer RPM Air-Gap intake, fresh custom built Holley 850 double pumper, MSD ignition system. Engine has been fully balanced and blueprinted, yes it has been actually blueprinted and documented. Engine cost was 23k+ to build and is considerably overbuilt to handle all of the torque. This car is a monster!
Power braking is done via Hydro-Boost through steering pump.
Transmission is pro built turbo 400 with all extreme duty internals, built to handle over 800 horsepower.
Rear end is a built Chevy 12 bolt housing with Moroso Brute Strength differential, 800 pound spring preload packs, case strengthener and Strange Engineering axles with boxed and welded control arms.
Car has been fitted with 4 wheel Baer disc brakes, 3.5 inch dual exhaust system, massive 2″ hand built tuned race headers, Magnaflow mufflers and functioning Cowl Induction flipper. 18″ Torque Thrust wheels and almost new BF Goodrich tires.
Interior is in good shape, seats have been reupholstered, headliner is perfect. Body is straight and rust free, there are a few minor dings. Paint is in fair shape, clear coat is fading in some spots but car looks good. Car is in overall good shape but does need some TLC to bring her back to her former glory. Previous owner stored car outside and the weather took some of her gloss.