This sunny California Super Sport, owned by the same enthusiast for roughly 30 years, wraps a buff 348/4-speed drivetrain in rich aesthetics that have been preserved through select restoration! Assembled in Los Angeles, California and sold to its first California owner in April of 1961, this solid coupe is believed to hang all-original sheetmetal under mostly-original Coronna Cream pigment. While that paint, as nice as it is, certainly reflects a few minor touch-ups, the car's metal is completely free of even the slightest dents and dings. Those impressive aesthetics are the fruit of a fastidious enthusiast who protected this Chevy for the first 30 years of its life and, more recently, a series of loving collectors who enjoyed the car sparingly. Tilt the hood and this hardtop's survivor charm shines like a new Cragar at sunset! At the center of its unrestored engine bay, a tough Turbo Thrust big block features a correct 3755011 casting number. Behind that mill, a rebuilt Borg Warner T10 4-speed spins a familiar GM rear end that literally sails the engine through its broad power band. Under that capable drivetrain, a fully sorted suspension has been equipped with optional power steering and power drum brakes. At the center of the floors, aluminized, true-dual exhaust utilizes dual-chamber Flowmasters to weave an aggressive, full-throttle rumble into a subdued and classy idle. And at the corners of the suspension, 8.00-14 BF Goodrich Silvertown whitewalls frame correct black wheels and polished, spinner-style covers. Wrapping the flair of '50s optimism around the flash of '60s performance, this sweet Super Sport represents 'muscle motoring' at its very finest! Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.