This 1971 Vega Kammback Wagon Is The Ultimate Sleeper With An LS Swap And Rad Patina

This 1971 Vega Kammback Wagon Is The Ultimate Sleeper With An LS Swap And Rad Patina

There is no way that you could build this car for the asking price, and we know the guys who built it so we know it will be a fun runner. The 400 horse all aluminum LS3 screams in this little bitty car, and is backed by a built TH350 and a 9 inch so that it will live forever. This car is an ultra solid California car with a couple tiny rust spots and no rot in the floors. We’d drive this thing daily with just a few tweaks and such because it would be a riot to drag some ass around town with this thing. The engine, trans, and rear end in the car, along with the plumbing and redone front seats would cost you what the asking price is for this ride and we would really love to see someone pick it up, finish up the details, and then enjoy the hell out of this awesome sleeper.

Wouldn’t you? Check it out and look at all the seller had to say about it below.

Here is all the info from the seller: CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE ORIGINAL AD

1971 Chevy Vega Wagon

All Aluminum 2009 GM 6.2 LS engine (403hp version), 90K miles on engine. LS3 Camaro Intake and injectors. Howell Engine Harness W/performance tune. New Aluminum Radiator and SPAL electric fan.

Fresh TH350 Transmission with 3000 stall converter. New Driveshaft and U-Joints.

New 9″ Ford Rear. 3.00 Posi, Moser 31 spline axles, all new 11″ drum brakes from Currie. New Mickey Thompson Drag Radials (approx. 200 miles) mounted on GM 15″ x 7″ Rallyes.

New front and rear shocks. Original front Disc Brakes. New Re-built front calipers, new pads, new Master Cylinder. New front tires. (Sale includes stock rear wheels with new tires. Also includes trim rings and hubcaps)

External Fuel Pump, new -6 Fuel line.

105k original mile car. Original Paint. Very minimal rust. a couple spots around rear window and a little bit behind windshield molding. Perfect floor pan.

Recovered front seats, original rear seat. Nice, original headliner.

Car needs a few odds and ends, but nothing major. Runs and drives good. Nice, reliable driver. Very fast and fun to drive.

Could not duplicate for asking price.

Please call with any questions


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4 thoughts on “This 1971 Vega Kammback Wagon Is The Ultimate Sleeper With An LS Swap And Rad Patina

  1. MGBChuck

    Looks like a fun little car, the unibody on these are really weak (had a Vega panel with a 327 in it split right behind the seats door to door in the 70s), a little chassis work and a rollbar in would be about perfect.

  2. drivindadsdodge

    ok … is it just me or who else would turn the intake around and pull intake air from the cowl at the base of the windshield instead of under the hood

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