Running Project, 1977 Vega Notchback

Vega Notchback

Running Project, 1977 Vega Notchback

This American subcompact automobile that was produced by Chevrolet, as the picture is the Chevrolet Vega notchback 1977 model year is a quite rare 2-door car, this one of 12K cars ever built. Yes it's running project car need some works to be completed.

The pics as confirm, all looks so clean and perfect shape, no dent and rust issue. Interior looks so nice and clean, engine photos looks good but you must asking which part needs to be completed in detail, if you want to continue this project. Come to see itself is highly recommended. It's a limited Chevrolet car, 1977 Vega notchback restoration project ready to go for $4400 location in Caldwell, Idaho.



Mint, 1977 Chevy Vega GT


Mint, 1977 Chevy Vega GT

This American classic sport car produced by Chevrolet, as the pictures is the Chevy Vega GT was released in 1977 and it's a survivor car, still all original condition always sitting in show room has very low miles. It would be a nice vintage sport car on the road.



1975 Chevrolet Cosworth Vega


1975 Chevrolet Cosworth Vega

Here's a rare real black metal Chevrolet Cosworth Vega built in 1975 on fair condition. This American car produced by Chevrolet, 2.0L engine by Cosworth British muscle has 52K Miles, 4 Speed Muncie, Nice Black Interior (ONE RIP), Factory 13 Inch Alloy Wheels. 2.0 liter 4 cylinder with dual overhead cams, 4 valves per cylinder, dual weber carbs. Only 1881 of 2061 ever built in 1975 and this one of them. Car does run and drive but needs carb. work. has some rust issues on body. It's be a great candidate for your restoration project.



Rare 1976 Chevrolet Cosworth Vega Restored


Rare 1976 Chevrolet Cosworth Vega Restored

Here's we found a rare American classic muscle car by Chevrolet, it's a 1976 Chevrolet Cosworth Vega limited-production version of the Vega, with higher performance, only 3,508 cars ever made and this one of them. Chevrolet developed the car's all-aluminum inline-four 122 cu in (1,999 cc) engine, and British company Cosworth Engineering designed the DOHC cylinder head. 5,000 engines were built.



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