1972 Chevrolet ChevelleThis Luxurious 1972 SS Chevelle is quality built with all the upgrades you cam dream of.Call Joe Ryan today!!! 404-668-3806Fully restored with a Brand New GM 454 crate motor with only 786 miles. This black beauty has 450 plus horsepower. Comes with 24 month or 50k mile Factory warranty. Brand new Borg Warner Super T/10 Manual 4 speed manual Transmission Built for Performance- Hurst stick shift. This Legendary Muscle car is a dream come true and turns heads instantly.!! With all new dakota digital dashbord, complete new break system, includes all new lines calipers pads and rotors, the entire car has been completely rewired with new wiring harness. Adjustable rear air suspension. This car has been built and updated with perfection. Brand new JBL sound system with matching JBL amplifier, anti theft alarm system with ignition kill. Recently spent 5k just on this system. I have updated this car with $32k worth of upgrades total. Plus i have purchased the car from streetside classics and spent 35k ... a total investment of $67,000....Willing to Sacrifice it for $$ 49,000...induction hood, new large 18-inch US Mags wheels.All the right factory pieces are still in place, but now they are joined by some thoughtful upgrades worth $32k. AM/FM/CD stereo w/aux input and Bluetooth. Hurst shifter in your right hand should be a clear indication that there is something special in the engine bay.This SS has also been enhanced with performance features like a dual feed Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock aluminum intake, MSD ignition, dual electric fan aluminum radiator, ( keeps this beast Cool) and long tube headers that feed the thunderous dual exhaust. Best of all, you have complete control over this enhanced V8 and it roar thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. More than just pure muscle, this one was also made to hit the road with feature like power steering, front disc brakes.Dont miss out on this sexy beast.... Its an amazing bargain at $49k... I have invested over 67k. Please No Low ballers and no trades.Call Joe Ryan now 404 668 3806 or 404-940 8678It is truly one of the kind !!
Engine: 396 big block bored 30 over with 454 heads Carb: Holly 11761Competition Distributor 12 bolt rear end 4 speedDisk brakes on the front, drums on the rearVery pretty paint and interiorChrome and stainless in good conditionRuns just like it looksNO rust issuesThis show driver is road ready will make you proud at any showWe welcome your inspection $55,000
1970 Chevelle SS finished in Astro Blue with Blue interior. Upgraded to a 502 ci./502 hp Deluxe GM performance crate engine, Holley Sniper FI System, March performance serpentine belt system, Hooker Headers, Vintage Air with Sanden compressor, Right Stuff Detailing master and slave cylinder, Disk brakes front and rear, BMR Level 2 Performance Suspension package front and rear, LS style power steering pump, QA1 adjustable Coil-Overs, Tremec TKO 600 5 speed transmission with Hurst Shifter, Engineered Cooling Products Aluminum Radiator with Dual Fans 3000 cfm, Interior includes power windows, Ididit Steering with tilt wheel, LED Gauges and Retro Sound sound system. All restoration work just completed, over $55,000 in upgrades.
If GM had unlimited time and money to spend building cars, perhaps every 1967 Chevelle would have looked as good as this bright red SS396 convertible. Its a real code 138 SS and thanks to a stunning restoration with a few smart updates, it makes grown men stop in their tracks. If youre going to build a car that looks this brilliant and attracts this much attention, it had better be able to back it up. Fortunately, its a real-deal SS396, so those looks should probably serve more as a warning than an invitation. Either way, this car is going to have eyeballs all over it wherever it goes, and the paint is just the beginning. The bodywork is crisp and smooth, with great character lines running through the side panels and good alignment on the doors. A stock hood with bright chrome inserts is far cooler than any generic cowl-induction piece would be, and the simple Chevelle look is only enhanced by the lack of a roof. The correct badges and emblems are retained and this car comes by the SS grille legitimately, so you dont have to worry about people calling it a fake. Theres also nice chrome on the bumpers, shiny stainless around the windshield, and a nicely finished posterior, which is the view most folks will see on the street. If youre able to get close to this beast, youll be happy to learn that the interior lives up to the standards set by the bodywork. New upholstery on the seats and door panels, a center console with a proper 4-speed shifter, and a handsome 3-spoke steering wheel that almost looks stock, but isnt quite. Sharp-eyed viewers and Chevelle experts will note that this is a factory A/C car, which is always a pleasant upgrade, and the center console still houses its original Gas Master vacuum gauge, ostensibly designed to improve fuel economy. The rest of the instrument panel is very nicely detailed, with shiny knobs and crisp gauges plus an AM/FM stereo radio in the center. Overhead theres a brand new black convertible top with correct plastic rear window, and the fit is so snug and wrinkle free that you could bounce the proverbial quarter off its surface. The trunk is also nicely finished with spatter paint, reproduction mats, a space-saver spare just in case, plus an Optima battery and master cut-off switch. That big block under the hood is a 1969-dated 396 cubic inch V8 that may look somewhat stock at a glance, but delivers the goods in a big way. A Weiand intake with a Holley 4-barrel makes the intake side, a Mallory Unilite distributor lights the fires, and a set of long-tube headers and a mandrel-bent Flowmaster exhaust system handle the exhaust. All told, it makes this a ferocious car on the street, but one thats happy enough idling in traffic and running pump gas, the perfect combination. Its also nicely detailed with Chevy Orange paint, a few chrome items, and lots of new equipment, including all the lines and hoses, brake master cylinder, power brake booster, and the aluminum radiator up front. The underside is extremely clean, with a 10-bolt rear end hanging just ahead of a new gas tank. It gets that awesome stance from a set of slick Torque Thrust wheels wearing staggered 225/40/18 front and 255/30/20 rear Toyo performance radials. Frame-off restorations arent cheap, and if they didnt have to keep up with an assembly line, I bet the guys who built this car back in 67 would have wanted every Chevelle to be this amazing. Call today!
This 1967 Chevrolet Malibu Chevelle delivers big fun in a reasonably-priced package and just doesnt seem to be trying too hard to be something its not. Its the kind of car that a lot of guys would love to own and always figure that theyre just too expensive. Well, isnt it time to stop wishing and get into the game? The creamy white paint is low-key but it definitely enhances the image of this clean-looking Chevelle. This neat A-body has the clean, uncluttered lines that made it one of the most popular muscle cars of all time, yet doesnt advertise with add-ons like an aftermarket hood or fake SS badges. Instead, its more like the car you might have owned in, say, 1971 when horsepower was cheap and you could get a clean car like this for not a lot of money. Those long quarter panels are straight, body alignment is good, and with a black pinstripe highlighting the bodys curves, it has a classic look. At first glance you might not notice that its a 4-door, but the clean hardtop profile is why Chevelles remain popular year after year and it gives up very little to its 2-door siblings. The paint is good enough to take to the local cruise night, but you wont worry about it if you have to park it somewhere or get caught in the rain. All the chrome bits look quite good, including both bumpers and the stock Chevelle grille, and we sort of like those big bumper guards, which are an unusual period accessory. Black is really the only choice inside, and the comfortable bench seats wear reproduction seat covers that look right and fit well. As a sedan, theres a great deal of room inside and nobody will complain about the accommodations. The dash is in great shape and this 4-door offers a full complement of gauges, something that a lot of its more sporting siblings omit. A recent wood-rimmed wheel warms things up a bit and theres a custom digital AM/FM radio in the original slot. The soft parts, including the carpets and dash pad, are in great shape and the doors dont sag, which is critical on the pillarless hardtop models like this. It also includes heavy-duty floor mats, a neat accessory cup holder that slots into the dash, and a trunk big enough for a few weeks worth of travel. Someone spent wisely on the 327 cubic inch V8 under the hood, which looks right wearing Chevy Orange engine enamel and dress up parts like a chrome air cleaner and finned valve covers. Factory double hump heads, HEI ignition, a factory intake manifold, and Holley 4-barrel carburetor help cement the Chevelles performance legacy, even in small block form, and with a burbling dual exhaust system, it sounds great. Power steering and power brakes are nice additions to a family-friendly cruiser, as is the 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission, which offers effortless cruising. The chassis is in very good condition for being mostly original, with plenty of evidence of its lifetime spent down south. The factory suspension hasnt been altered in any radical way, so it still rides and handles as the factory intended and it sits on 17-inch US Mags wheels with staggered performance radials. That reasonable price tag doesnt mean someone cut corners, and with a great low-profile look and great road manners, this Chevelle delivers big time bang for the buck. Call today!
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You know we get a lot of A-body convertibles here at Streetside Classics, but this cool 1966 Chevrolet Malibu ragtop stands apart. Not over-done, its just clean, sleek, and packs a great-running small block to get some attention. This is how to do it if youre going to build a car that does everything well. With a snarky 355 cubic inch small block under the hood and those big wheels, the pretext of this being a candidate for points judging is long gone, but if youre looking for the slickest and freshest A-body ragtop on the market, were pretty sure this is it. The sizzling metallic burgundy paint is a little bit subtle, and on this big, bad convertible it delivers big-time eyeball appeal. Of course, thats only possible with great bodywork, so every square inch of the sheetmetal was stripped, straightened, and smoothed before any of that gorgeous red paint was applied and the results were definitely worth the effort. The doors close easily and show good shut lines, the cowl-induction hood fits flush, and you can see how crisp and clear the reflections are in the cars surfaces; you know that doesnt happen by accident. Most of the emblems were shaved, so it looks very clean, and they wisely avoided stripes or graphics and just let the bodywork speak for itself. Good choice! Malibu fans will also be delighted to see a fairly stock black bucket seat interior, complete with a factory center console. The seat covers, door panels, and carpets look recent, and theres a handsome Grant steering wheel that looks especially cool here. The original gauges were nothing exciting, so a full set of Auto Meter dials were tucked into the factory dash. Upgrades include a polished tilt steering column and a great-sounding Pioneer AM/FM/CD stereo head unit that slots into the dash like it was born there. Up top theres a recent black power convertible top that fits so snugly you can bounce quarters off its surface and the trunk is neatly detailed with matching black carpets and a full-sized spare. Any variety of engines slip right between the Malibus front fenders, so this one got a balanced and blueprinted 355 cubic inch V8 thats dressed a bit like the original might have been. An open-element air cleaner hides an Edelbrock carburetor a polished intake manifold, but the Chevy Orange paint on the block sure looks like GM-issue. Theres also an HEI distributor, big aluminum radiator with electric fans, and a set of long-tube headers feeding a stainless exhaust system with an X-pipe to give it a wonderfully threatening rumble. Theres also a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission and a 10-bolt rear end with 3.42 gears inside, so it is equally happy on the streets or the highways. The floors are solid, the rockers are straight, and all the work has a very professional look to it, so theres no denying this cars quality. Handsome American Racing wheels look like vintage Torque Thrusts and carry big 245/45/17 performance radials. This is one of those cars thats probably even nicer in person than it looks in photos. Straight, beautifully built, and impressively fast, you couldnt build one this nice for less money. Call today!
When this 1967 Chevrolet Malibu Chevelle convertible rolled in, more than one person simply said, Wow, which I think sums it up brilliantly. The early Chevelle was a clean design, free of many of the styling gimmicks of the era, and was based on some very sturdy hardware that ran for years with only cursory maintenance. And after spending a big pile of cash on the restoration (not counting the car itself), it shouldnt be hard to understand why this one is so impressive. Exceptionally well finished, this Chevelle has all the hallmarks of a car that started out as a solid, high-quality piece and was restored to greatness. Bodywork is impressive, with a uniform look to the sheetmetal, and expert prep under the paint, so theres not a ripple or wave anywhere to be seen. Gaps show that someone cared when putting it back together, and its nice to see that it has all stock sheetmetal, no stripes, and no fake SS badges. It isnt afraid to be what it is. It was refinished in its original color of code F Marina Blue, but no factory paint ever glowed this this car does and its been rubbed and buffed to a very nice shine. Stainless trim has been polished, and Malibu badges installed on the rear quarters, because this car isnt trying to be something its not. A simple pinstripe sets it off and it appears that both bumpers have been straightened and re-chromed. Bench seats make this Chevelle spacious and comfortable, and they present in as-new condition with zero signs of usage on the bright blue seat covers. The original dash is in beautiful condition with crisp woodgraining and bright chrome accents. Youll note this is a factory A/C car, and the system is upgraded with modern hardware and R134a refrigerant working behind the scenes. Just about everything is blue and new, including the carpets, door panels, and even that handsome three-spoke steering wheel. A digital AM/FM stereo has been fitted in the original location but it blends in neatly and doesnt call much attention to itself. The white convertible top fits so well we were almost afraid to put it down, and it includes a contrasting white vinyl boot that looks great against the blue upholstery. And in back, the trunk is finished to stock specs, right down to the full-sized spare with its own matching cover. The engine bay is a nice combination of original parts and quality aftermarket equipment. A 350 cubic inch V8 looks right and makes plenty of power to make the Chevelle a blast on the street. Its been properly dressed in Chevy Orange paint, a stock air cleaner, and even stock exhaust manifolds to make it totally OEM. The 2-barrel carburetor makes good torque and delivers decent fuel economy and all the belts and hoses are new so its ready to cruise. Theres a newer power master cylinder for the front disc brakes and it includes a true dual exhaust system with Flowmasters that let the engine speak with that characteristic small block bark under throttle. The chassis is extremely clean, framing the automatic transmission and 10-bolt rear end, and it rides and handles beautifully. It rolls on a set of classic Cragar SS mags wearing 225/60/15 front and 255/60/15 rear BFGoodrich T/A radials. Nicely documented with a great color combination and comfort upgrades like the A/C and power disc brakes, this is one heck of a Chevelle. Let the other guys worry about investments; youll be having too much fun behind the wheel. Call today!
When youre shopping for a cool car, youll linger a while longer than you should on the temperamental, rip snorting muscle cars that can lift the tires off of the ground. And for some, the irritation of constant tune ups, buying race gas, and living with a monster is totally worth it. For most people, though, this clean 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu makes a lot more sense. Small block V8 power, highway gearing, interesting colors, and a friendly automatic transmission make this a car your family will beg to ride in every chance they get. Outside, the original code 55 Champagne Gold was refinished a few years ago and its nice to see they didnt try to turn it into another boring red SS clone. First, the color is completely period correct so it doesnt stand out like a sore thumb, yet it will always be unique at shows. Secondly, it goes great with the optional code H Dark Gold vinyl top, which is a rather rare choice. Its kind of refreshing to see a Chevelle with a simple, plain hood and a two-tier grille, and we have to admit that its a lot more attractive than we expected. Since this Malibu was well kept and cared for, nearly all of the trim you see is original, and its in great shape, adding a little dress-up to the low-key A-body. The factory Chevelle script and fender emblems are still in their original places, too, including the 307 badges. Nothing fake about this one! Inside, theres a new front seat cover on the big comfy bench, recent carpets on the floor, and matching door panels that tie it all together. The gold upholstery is unusual but obviously works well with the Champagne Gold bodywork, and were pretty sure most of its original given how well it all matches. Only the black steering wheel stands out, probably a necessary compromise when the time came for replacement. Sit down and get comfortable for a moment. Factory gauges are nice and bright, the dash pad is in excellent shape, and the only notable modification is the AM/FM/cassette stereo head unit in the original radios location. Plenty of room for everyone and its surprisingly comfortable. Pop the trunk and check out the nicely applied splatter paint, correct mat, and spare tire with matching cover. Under the hood youll find the cars original, numbers-matching 307 cubic inch V8. With a few bolt-on upgrades such as an Edelbrock intake manifold, Holley carburetor, HEI ignition, and Accel coil, it still idles at 700 RPM, gets decent gas mileage, and should run practically forever. Its not detailed, but its tidy and a weekend spent cleaning things up would pay big dividends. Long-tube headers feed a full dual exhaust system underneath so it sounds great and the TH350 3-speed automatic snaps through the gears like it should. Its incredibly clean under there and with power steering, its easy to manage for just about anybody. The only visual alteration are those period-correct Cragar S/S mags which carry BFGoodrich T/A radials at all four corners. This car runs a drives great and looks even better. Small enhancements make a big impression and the unusual look will stand out in an ocean of me too clones and fakes. Call today!
This nasty 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle SS doesnt do anything small. From the fresh 454 GM crate motor to the tires to the color, this is an apex predator in every sense of the word. Its one of those cars that was built for combat first and everything else came second. Were sure you dont mind. The shiny black body on this Chevelle definitely gets attention, so be ready for it. The paint gets a lot of the credit, because these cars look best in black, and while it isnt perfect, its ideal for driving. Bodywork is good all around, with factory-style gaps and a lot of attention lavished on the little stuff like the crease that runs from nose to tail, which stands out when rendered in dark colors. Then theres the cowl induction hood thats held down with a set of chrome hood pins, all topped by a set of painted-on white SS stripes. A blacked-out SS grille with bright chrome accents, shiny bumpers, and SS badges add some extra eye appeal, and this car succeeds simply because it sticks to the factory look, not because of add-ons from a catalog or extroverted graphics. Like many cars of the period that were built with performance in mind, the interior is basic. That means factory bucket seats with vinyl upholstery so its very low maintenance. The seat covers are older and show some wear, but new ones are inexpensive and easy to install if you want perfection. The door panels have the right pattern and SS emblems, while the gauges are now bright Dakota Digital displays that look awesome. Theres a Hurst T-handle for the 4-speed manual gearbox and theres even a decent-sounding AM/FM stereo system with speakers on the package shelf for entertainment when youre not running hard. The trunk is pretty clean and includes a reproduction mat. Clearly built to run, the engine bay is more than just pretty. Thats a fresh 454 cubic inch V8 crate motor from GM Performance Parts that was installed in October 2017 with remaining GM warranty. With forged internals, 4-bolt mains, forged aluminum pistons, and a hydraulic roller cam, its built for reliability. Up top heres a Holley 4-barrel carburetor on a BowTie intake manifold and an HEI ignition system to light it up. A giant Champion radiator keeps it cool, aided by a pair of electric fans, and power steering and brakes are both included, with the brakes being entirely new from booster to pads. Its backed by a Richmond T10 4-speed manual gearbox and a 12-bolt rear, so breakage is pretty much a non-issue and youd better believe its quick! The floors are in good order and provide a simple black background for those gorgeous long-tube headers and fresh Flowmaster dual exhaust system with chrome tips just under the rear bumper. The suspension gives it just the right stance, and the wheel wells are totally stuffed with 19- and 20-inch American Racing aluminum wheels and staggered 235/45/19 and 275/35/20 performance radials. Big, fast, and black, this Chevelle makes a bold statement. Fortunately, it has the hardware to back it up. Call today!
1967 was a great year for the Chevelle, and when you find a clean hardtop like this, it probably makes sense to build the nicest car you can around it. Bright orange paint doesnt hurt, either, because you want it to get noticed, and with a thumping 454 cubic inch big block under the hood you can afford to have a little swagger on the street. The later Chevelles get a lot of attention, but in 67, the car was elegant, smooth, and restrained, and even in bright colors it doesnt seem to be trying too hard. With a stock hood with those cool inserts to set it apart from all the cars wearing fake cowl-induction units, this very attractive Chevelle was nicely finished but still knows how to have fun on the street. The bodywork is well done and the paint, while shiny and in good shape, does have some surface issues that could probably be wiped out with a professional cut and buff. No stripes or other add-ons, but it does have a SS grille and crossed-flag badges on its flanks, both a part of the SS package that also included a big block engine, so I cant complain about them here. The badges say 427 even though theres a bit more living under the hood today, but the warning is certainly appreciated. The 67s are also neat because of their chrome details, including nice bumpers, bright stainless window trim, and some of the most attractive taillights of the era. With the wicked stance, this is a car that knows it doesnt need to advertise to earn respect on the street. Factory-style black upholstery works rather well with the orange exterior, and its a nice way to keep this car feeling like a proper Chevelle. It has been nicely restored to pretty much stock specs with beautiful new seat covers, door panels, and correct carpets. The bright parts and crisp detailing give it an OEM look inside, particularly the 3-spoke steering wheel and nicely presented instruments, which are joined by a pair of auxiliary gauges under the dash. A console with a ratcheting Hurst shifter looks great and adds to this cars performance credentials. A digital AM/FM stereo radio slots into the original location and even uses original-style knobs so it really blends in nicely and the headliner is in great shape. Even the trunk is conservatively finished with spatter paint and a reproduction mat. So like I said, the badges say 427 but thats actually a newer 454 cubic inch big block thats been built for combat. The extra 27 cubes certainly help with horsepower and with a big cam, Edelbrock Victor Jr 454 intake manifold, Demon 4-barrel carburetor, and full MSD ignition system, it definitely has the moves to live up to its looks. Theres correct Chevy Orange paint, a trick aluminum air cleaner, and big block valve covers, along with a modern serpentine belt drive system for the accessories and a giant aluminum radiator. A TH400 3-speed automatic will take all the punishment the 454 can dish out, as can the heavy-duty rear end, so dont be afraid to lean on the loud pedal now and then. The underside is in good shape, there are disc brakes at all four corners, and a new exhaust system with X-pipe and turn-downs behind the axle sounds suitably aggressive for fun on the street. Chrome Rally wheels look right and are fitted with staggered 15-inch blackwall radials that help with the nasty stance. Nicely turned out and only a little bit sneaky, this is a great-running big block Chevelle thats ready to enjoy. The fact that its bright orange is only icing on the cake. Call today!
If you want a musclebound Chevelle, you can track down some old heap and restore it, making it just what you want. Or you can simply come in and buy this 1971 Chevelle SS hardtop thats already got all the good stuff, including a big block and factory A/C, and costs a lot less than what it would take to build it yourself. Big bad Chevelles never go out of style, and while 1971 wasnt the peak for performance from the factory, today they can be fortified with some of the nastiest powerplants ever devised. Many fans also prefer the 1971s single headlight look, which seamlessly blends with the rounded A-body shape. Thanks to a dedicated restorer, the sheetmetal looks quite good with straight panels that are worthy of being covered in that sizzling yellow paint. Its not a trailer queen, but the shine is brilliant and believe me, nobodys going to argue with a car that looks like this, especially not with a big block under the hood. Painted-on black stripes, a cowl-induction hood with pins, and SS badges are additional warning signs that this is not a car to be trifled with on the street. Chrome bumpers, nice stainless trim, and those four round taillights out back are every bit as distinctive as the engine note. Factory buckets, a center console, and a horseshoe shifter are the highlights of the nicely refinished interior. Correct black reproduction seat covers give the Chevelle an upscale look thats also quite comfortable, and the wide back seat is good for road trips. Factory gauges cover the basics and the round gauges were only found in the SS models, so this one is probably legit. It feels plenty potent from behind the wheel and once the engine fires, nobody will be asking questions. The coolest shifter in the world lives between the seats and the carpets are protected by matching black rubber floor mats. Theres also an AM/FM/cassette stereo in the original slot, cold factory A/C, and in the trunk youll find correct spatter-finish paint, a reproduction mat, and a full-sized spare tire. But you and I both know the reason we love Chevelles is because their engine bays are big enough to handle the biggest of big blocks. In this cars case, its a brutal 402 cubic inch V8 with goodies from all the big names. Theres a proper cowl-induction air cleaner on top, proudly advertising this is a 402 with 345 horsepower, big block chrome valve covers, and all the cast iron is coated in Chevy Orange. Spend a weekend cleaning it up a bit and you will have one nasty A-body. Power steering and brakes mean that having that big chunk of horsepower over the front wheels isnt a chore to drive, and the quick-shifting TH400 3-speed automatic transmission snaps through the gears with authority. Theres also a 12-bolt out back, durable enough to handle the big blocks power, and with twin Magnaflow mufflers the soundtrack is like an angry god is chasing you. Charcoal SS wheels are one of the better-looking choices for a street brawler, and the look will never go out of style. Fat 15-inch BFGoodrich T/A radials give it just a bit of rake that makes all the difference. This is already the Chevelle you were planning on building for yourself, all finished and ready to enjoy. All you need to do is pick up the phone and call!
1972 chevrolet chevelle ss fully restored show stopper auto burnt orange 383 stroker 700r4 overdrive transmission poss traction rear end highway gears frame off restore over 60k invested custom 8k paint job custom sound system dvd navagtion 20' bonspeed wheels too much to list this car was featured in ti's atl movie the car is new from top to bottom serious buyers only please cash only no lookers dreamers are time wasters no cash dont call 678-497-5700
I have a 66 Chevrolet Chevelle 2 door hardtop body and frame for sale. If you have a rusty Chevelle Malibu or SS car, or damaged beyond repair car, this is the body you need. All the body work has been done, the floors have been replaced, the trunk floor has been replaced, the top of the dash has been replaced, the bottoms of the quarters has been replaced. Anything that needed replacing has been replaced, and it was replaced by someone who knew what he was doing. When this boy is painted, you will NOT be able to tell that all of this has been done. It still has the clutch and brake pedal in it so it is ready for your 4 speed transmission. If you need any more photos, let me know and I will get what you need. The body is also setting on a very nice original frame with front suspension. There is no rear end in the car. We can help load as we have a fork lift and slings to load it without damage. Give me a call on my cell at 1-864-313-2908 so we can talk about making it yours. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.
I have a 66 Chevrolet Chevelle 2 door hardtop body and frame for sale. If you have a rusty Chevelle Malibu or SS car, or damaged beyond repair car, this is the body you need. All the body work has been done, the floors have been replaced, the trunk floor has been replaced, the top of the dash has been replaced, the bottoms of the quarters has been replaced. Anything that needed replacing has been replaced, and it was replaced by someone who knew what he was doing. When this boy is painted, you will NOT be able to tell that all of this has been done. It still has the clutch and brake pedal in it so it is ready for your 4 speed transmission. If you need any more photos, let me know and I will get what you need. The body is also setting on a very nice original frame with front suspension. There is no rear end in the car. We can help load as we have a fork lift and slings to load it without damage.You can own it for only $4,000.00 which I feel is very fair for a vehicle like this one with the potential that this vehicle has. I might consider a possible trade, what do you have? What are you looking for? Lets talk!!! I sure would love to make this vehicle yours. What can I do to make that happen? If this Classic is the vehicle of your dreams then the best time to buy it is BEFORE someone else does. NOW is the time. The customer who may have looked at it yesterday and said I will buy it tomorrow may come back today and buy it while you are waiting to buy it tomorrow. Do not wait another minute. Give me a call right NOW so we can make this beauty yours. RIGHT NOW. You will be GLAD that you did!!! We specialize in Father and son restoration projects. We are located in the northwestern part of South Carolina 20 minutes south-east of Greenville. Drop by anytime and take a stroll through our Field of Dreams. You may just find that car of your dreams. I hope to see you soon. Give me a call on my toll-free number at 1-866-942-7716 so we can talk person to person about this car. If you happen to be out of our toll-free calling area call us on our regular number at 1-864-862-4423. We ship all over the world at your expense. We always have dozens and dozens of collector cars available for sale at all times. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarssouthcarolina.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 today to schedule a look at this classic. We have shipped to just about every state in the US and 34 foreign countries. If you like you may text me at 1-864-313-2908. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.
The vehicle runs and drives great. Odometer reads approximately 50,000 miles. Paint is in good condition, only flaws are shown in listing pictures Not numbers matching, but built with original parts.
This car runs strong, looks good, and drives great. Smooth, classic lines run the length of the car, catch the light, and draw your eye. Romping on the gas will put a big grin on your face, and a smile on the face of anyone watching. Considered by many to be the best-looking muscle car of all time, the 1970 Chevelle has smooth, graceful curves that flow down the length of the car. The look will never go out of style. This car is presented in a classic combination of Red paint, black SS stripes and chrome. Up front there is a black SS grill flanked by four headlights and is underlined by a sharp looking chrome bumper. The cowl induction hood is held down by hood pins so the engine doesnt try to jump out, and makes for an intimidating view from the front or the side. There are bold SS stripes, which are always a good look on a muscle car, and it has a wicked stance that says it means business. There are SS 396 badges on the fenders and the chrome back bumper has a blacked out rub strip with SS emblems on it and there are big black wheels tucked up under the fenders to complete the picture. Open the door and you will find a nicely redone interior that is both good looking and comfortable. The Black door panel sets the tone with a smooth upper panel and pleated center with chrome piping along both the top and bottom and an SS emblem toward the front. The bucket seats look trick all in black with two stripes running up them that mimic the SS stripes on the body. A deep dish three spoke steering wheel sits in front of a super clean stock SS dashboard that looks brand new with the speedo in the center and the tach off to the left with engine gauges surrounding them. A head unit for the AM/FM/CD player sits where the original radio was and ventilation controls include an updated R134 air conditioning system. A white shift ball for the 4-speed manual transmission rises out of the center console just begging to be stirred around while crisp and clean carpets and headliner tie it all together. Pull the pins and pop the hood and you will find a very healthy 402 cubic inch motor nestled down in a neat and clean engine compartment. The cowl induction hood is functional and gathers up plenty of fresh cool air to feed the beast. A black air cleaner assembly directs the air to a Holley 4-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock intake manifold. Chrome valve covers add a splash of flash to the engine and red spark plug wires fired by an MSD ignition look good too. Belts and hoses are all new and a 6-blade fan helps keep things running cool. A 4-speed gearbox sends the power back to a 12-bolt rear end with an aluminum cover. The rear trailing arms are correct for an SS car and are boxed for extra strength to go with beefy sway bars front and rear help this car handle very well. Big vented disc brakes will haul this car to a stop in a hurry and the rubber meets the road through 275/35R20s in the back and 235/45R19s in the front mounted on those trick-looking black wheels. Good looking with plenty of power along with suspension and brake upgrades that make this a drivers car. Come on down and check it out. You might decide to make it yours and drive it on home.
This is one of the most beautiful 65 Malibus that you will ever find! Thats certainly a pretty bold statement, but one we think you will agree with when you check this car out. It is the product of an over the top frame off restoration with some sweet upgrades and lots of new parts. The Light Sapphire Blue paint on this car is absolutely gorgeous! That didnt happen by accident. Its the end result of plenty of attention to detail in order to get the panels straight and true, and the gaps lined up neat and consistent. The effect is that reflections cut a straight line down the side of the car, even across the panel gaps, and the clear coat shine is miles deep. The chrome and stainless is all new and starts up front with the ridge of chrome down the hood pointing at Chevrolet lettered across the front. The grill of horizontal bars is flanked by quad headlights, has a red, white and blue bowtie in the center, and is underlined by a fresh, new and shiny bumper. Crossed racing flags appear on the front fenders and Malibu/Chevelle in script on the rear fenders. The rear is a rectangular affair, outlined in thin chrome with bold chrome strips connecting the taillights and Chevrolet in the center. Open the door and prepare to be as equally impressed by the interior work as you were with the body and paint. It is done in Black vinyl and is spotless, neat and clean. The door panel is simple in rectangular panels with chrome piping running across the top and bottom. The seats are freshly reupholstered and comfortable, so go ahead, settle in and wrap your hands around the steering wheel. It is a black two spoke wheel with a chrome semi-circular horn ring and a bowtie center button. There is a shifter for the modern automatic transmission on the column behind it, and behind that, a meticulously detailed out chrome dash panel with Dakota gauges mounted in place of the originals. Vintage Air keeps you cool on those hot summer days and there is an AM/FM radio for your listening pleasure. A new headliner and carpeting tie everything together and complete the flawless look of the interior. Under the hood you will find a more of that meticulous attention to detail lavished on a modern drivetrain nestled down in a neat and clean engine bay. Flat black and red is the theme starting with the black air topper graced with Chevrolet and a bowtie in red. Under that, technology takes over for easy starting and efficient power with a FITech fuel injection system. The aluminum manifold is detailed out nicely adding some flash to the look and the valve covers are black with red lettering too. An aluminum radiator keeps things running cool and stock exhaust manifolds send the spent gases back through dual Flowmaster mufflers. Power flows back through a THM700R4 transmission to a 10-bolt rear end with 3.36 gears. The chassis of the car received as much love as the body and interior so go ahead, have a good look. Everything is new and spotlessly clean. Power front disc brakes assure good stopping ability if you decide to let the horses run, and power steering helps the car handle nicely. It may be a bold statement, but its a true one. This is one of the nicest Malibus you will ever find. Be sure to ask your salesperson about the folder full on build receipts and restoration photos when you come down to check it out.
This is one of the best looking 66 Chevelles you will ever find. Starting with the 66 body style arguably puts it amongst the best-looking cars of all time without even considering the work done by expert craftsman and the attention to detail that has gone into this car. But lets consider that work. Check it out. This car has a serious bit of chassis rake to it that lets you know it means business and the Dark Toreador Red paint on this car is awesome. It has a super shine to it that really catches the light showing off the smooth contours of the body including the bulging rear fender lines that give the car such a muscular look. The chrome all shines like new. Up front a blacked-out grill with an SS 396 badge is outlined in chrome and underlined by a sharp looking bumper. The ridges down the hood and the tops of the fenders are crisp and clean. Trim around all the glass received its share of elbow grease to make it shine too and wheel well moldings as well as polished rocker trim compliment 18 Weld forged wheels. Out back, the sail panels of the roofline blend nicely onto the trunk and Chevelle as well as SS 396 appears between the taillights with a simple and clean bumper underlining it all. Open the door and you will see that the show continues inside too. A black interior is trimmed out with the nicest chrome you will ever see highlighting door panels, dash and console. A custom, black and chrome three-spoke steering wheel with a bowtie center button will grab your attention. The column itself is polished up with a knee-knocker tach mounted on the right. The rectangular speedometer is flanked by the stock engine gauges with control knobs mounted above it. In the center is an FM radio that is trimmed in more of that sparkling chrome. Below that are the ventilation controls that include R134 updated air conditioning, and below that are a trio of white faced Equus gauges to keep accurate track of oil pressure, water temp and voltage. The center console has the T-handle shifter for the automatic transmission as well as a clock. The seats have been reupholstered and a fresh headliner as well as carpeting really tie the look together nicely. When you pop the hood, you will see that all this cars Show, is backed up with plenty of Go. There you will find a 468 cubic inch power house of a motor nestled down in a neat and clean engine bay. It is a short deck 454 from an early 70s car that has stroked and built up to make some serious power. A polished air topper feeds fresh air to a Holley 4-barrel carburetor and an Edelbrock Performer 2.0 intake manifold. An MSD ignition system assures a hot, reliable spark and Polished aluminum is plentiful with the valve covers as well as the Vintage Air compressor and alternator dressed for the show. Hedman headers wind their way out the bottom leading back to Flowmaster mufflers. A 12-bolt differential with 3.73 gears gets the power on the ground while Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes insure that you can haul this car back down from speed. Coil overs in the front allow some adjustability and the rubber meets the road through 245/40ZR18s in the front and 285ZR18s in the rear mounted on those sharp Weld wheels. Seriously fast and one of the best looking 66 Chevelles you will ever see. Come on down and check it out up close and personally for yourself. We think you will be impressed.
One of the nice things about building a tribute car is that you can have the appearance of the real deal for a fraction of the price. Tribute cars have been gaining popularity for years and this car is exactly the reason why. Check it out. Starting with a car that many consider to be the best-looking muscle car of all time is almost like getting an unfair head start. But this race was run clean and won through the hard work of dedicated craftsman and the commitment of the owner to build this beautiful car. It is presented in Desert Sand and you would be hard pressed to find any flaws in the paint. Its gorgeous! Bold black stripes run up the cowl induction hood held down by pins up front. The grill leads with an SS emblem and is surrounded by fresh chrome trim as well as underlined by a shiny new bumper. More chrome outlines the wheel wells and SS 396 badges appear on the front fenders. The back of the car is finished out nicely with the proper blacked out panel in the bumper sporting another SS badge along with Chevelle in script on the trunk lid and a couple chrome exhaust tips peeking out from under the bumper. The same high quality of work, fit and finish continues on Black interior of this car. The door panel is spotless with a pleated center section trimmed out in chrome piping and an SS badge at the front. The bucket seats have been freshly recovered with textured vinyl centers with smooth side bolsters. A black steering wheel with a polished three spoke hub and bowtie horn button on a tilt column with a Sun Super Tach II mounted to it. Just a flick of the wrist to the right is the Hurst shifter for the 4-speed manual transmission rising from the center console. The dash board is so neat and clean that it looks factory new. A few nice upgrades include Autometer gauges to keep accurate track of oil pressure and water temp mounted to the A-pillar and a stereo head unit that is an FM/Cassette player as well as iPod compatible with a CD changer in the trunk. Pull the pins and pop the hood and you will find a freshly rebuilt 396 nestled down in a well detailed out engine bay. There is a black air filter housing with a Turbo-Jet 396 decal sitting on top of a Weber 4-barrel carburetor that feeds an Edelbrock Performer 2.0 intake manifold. Chrome valve covers add a splash of flash to the engine bay with the rest of the engine iron painted in the correct Chevrolet Orange. Fresh components throughout include new plugs, cap, and wires as well as and new alternator and all the belts and hoses. The air conditioning compressor as well as the lines have also been replaced to keep you cool on those hot summer days. The chassis received its share of love too with fresh components and bushings that help this car handle very well. Power front disc brakes insure that you can haul this car back down from speed if you decide to let the horses run and the rubber meets the road through 225/70R14 tires on black and polished rally wheels. A better than new tribute to the awesome SS 396 Chevelle. Come on down, check it out, and you are likely to decide that you just have to take this one home with you.
Paying tribute to the legendary cars of Don Yenko is fun. He took a select few Chevrolets to a level of performance that earned him a very well-deserved reputation. But he only built a precious few of them. With the Chevelle, he only built 99. You can imagine what an original would cost to buy now, or fix if you actually drove it and something happened. So, check out this nicely done tribute that looks great, runs strong, and that you dont have to be afraid to drive. The second generation Chevelle received an all new, sculpted body with a long hood that tapers down in the front and a high rear quarter panels that present a very muscular look. It is considered by many to be the best-looking muscle car of all time. So, take that good-looking body and spend some time making sure the long curving lines are smooth and clean and that the panels line up properly with consistent gaps before you lay on a drop of paint. Then coat it in Orange and dress it up with black SYC stripes on the hood and down the side of the car. Trim it out with chrome around the SS grill up front, underline that with a nice shiny bumper, add some more chrome around the fender wells and rocker panels, and finish it off with a set of awesome Riddler wheels, and you have one sweet looking Yenko tribute that will attract attention no matter where you take it. Open the door and you will find a Black interior that is stock, simple and clean. The door panel itself has a pattern of horizontal lines with a Malibu badge in the center. The split bench seat has been nicely recovered in pleated vinyl and is a comfortable place to travel. However, if you are going to cut this car loose, you might want to hold on tight to the late model 4-spoke steering wheel which feels good in your hands and has a bowtie center button. Behind it are two big round gauges with the speedo on the left and the engine gauges on the right. Just down to the right on the floor is the Hurst shifter for the manual transmission that is just begging to be run through the gears. There is an FM/Cassette deck for your listening pleasure and plenty of room in the back seat for your friends to join you on cruise nights or a road trip. Pop the hood and you find a healthy 350 cubic inch motor resting down in a neat and clean engine bay. A chrome K&N air filter assembly looks good sitting on top of a Holley 4-barrel carburetor. A stock intake, heads and block are nicely painted in Chevrolet Orange and chrome valve covers add a little splash of flash. Long tube headers wind their way out the bottom and back to dual Flowmaster mufflers and give the car a nice healthy sound in the process. Power flows back through the 4-speed manual trans to the rear axle mounted on coil springs and located by trailing arms. Up front, control arms and coil springs keep things under control with the help of the power steering and a beefy front sway bar. Front disc brakes provide good stopping ability if you decide to let the horses run and the rubber meets the road through 245/45R17s all around mounted on those sweet looking Riddler wheels. Orange and Black is a great color combination no matter what car its on. When the black says Yenko Super Car, its even better. Come on down and check this car out. Its fun to drive a Tribute car.
Burgundy and Black work real well on the classic lines of this Chevelle. Its also been built real well with an attention to detail and quality of workmanship that shines through on the outside, inside and even underneath. It looks like the very idea of a vinyl roof was created for this particular car. The chrome tracing the side window frames from the top of the windshield to the point where it reverses direction arcing up and over the rear fender highlights the smooth flow of the lower body from front to rear. The rich Burgundy color is perfect and is complimented by a black pinstripe down the side. Up front an SS 396 badge leads the way in the center of a black grill with three chrome bars and quad headlights underlined by nice chrome bumper. The hood flows back into twin power bulges with grills at the base of the windshield. Chrome trims out the wheel wells and there is a blacked-out panel between the taillights with another SS 396 badge, underlined by another sharp looking bumper with a couple exhaust tips peeking out from underneath it. Open the door and you will find a pretty simple Black interior that is in very good condition. The door panel has a pattern of horizontal lines embossed into it with thin chrome piping edging things out and an SS 396 at the center top. The bucket seats are sweet reupholstered in vertical pleats and two textures of vinyl with 396 Super Sport embroidered into the headrest. That same look as well as the embroidery is echoed in the back seat as well. A wrapped three-spoke wheel has racing flags on the center button and sits on a tilt column in front of a stock dash. The center console holds the horseshoe shifter for the automatic transmission as well as having a bit of handy storage. One more SS 396 appears discreetly on the dash in front of the passenger with a tight headliner and sharp carpets tying the look together nicely. Open the hood and you will find a healthy 396 motor nestled down in a neat and clean engine bay. There is a chrome Edelbrock air filter assembly as well as chrome valve covers and alternator adding their splash of flash to this engine. Under that air filter is a single plane intake manifold that mounts a Holley 4-barrel carb on an angle in order to get a more even mixture to the cylinders. Nice. Long tube headers wind out the bottom to Flowmaster mufflers which gives this car a really great sound. Power flows back through a 3-speed automatic to the rear wheels sitting on coil springs and located by trailing arms. Up front, control arms and coil springs work with the power steering and a beefy sway bar to help this car handle well. Power front disc brakes assure that you can haul this thing back down from speed if you decide to let the horses run, and the rubber meets the road through 275/60R15s in the back and 215/75R15s in the front mounted on those sweet looking chrome Torque Thrust wheels. Good looking, great sounding, and fun to drive. Come on down and check out this quality build presented in awesome colors.
The Malibu SS was offered for only 2 years before the SS became a Chevelle only option. Compound that special status with it being an SS Convertible, with a believed to be numbers matching 327 engine, and what we present to you here is an opportunity to buy one very special car. When you are starting with a car this special by nature, you want to make sure to get the details right during the restoration. They did. The car was restored to be completely stock in appearance as it would have looked on the showroom floor in 1965. Of-course that starts with proper preparation. You can see that the body panels were worked and adjusted so that they were straight and the gaps between them consistent before a drop of that Red paint went on them. Then new chrome and trim was sourced for a super clean look. Up front, the blacked-out grill is the correct SS piece with some of that fresh trim surrounding the quad headlights with a bright shiny bumper underlining it. There is a 327 emblem on the front fender and Malibu SS on the rear with new wheel well and rocker chrome looking sharp too. The back of the car looks great with Chevrolet in script trimmed out with black and brightwork and another shiny new bumper. The interior worked the same way. Keep it stock. Stock just happens to be an absolutely gorgeous two-tone Red interior. The door panel has a red top and dark red bottom with horizontal pleats and chrome piping. The seats look awesome with pleated dark red center sections surrounded by smooth red panels. The upholstery work is outstanding and the craftsmanship carries through on the back seat and roof boot too. A red steering wheel with a semicircular chrome horn ring sits in front of an aluminum dash panel that is tucked between a padded red upper and painted red lower. The panel and gauges are meticulously polished up and detailed out with the tach in the center, the speedo on the left and the engine gauges on the right. A T-handle shifter for the automatic transmission sits in the center console and Malibu SS appears in script on the glove box. Red carpets are of course perfect and protected by red vinyl floor mats. The whole interior is fresh, clean and just like new. Under the hood you will find that precious, original, 327. It has also been restored to all its showroom original glory and is nestled down in an engine bay that received as much attention to detail as the rest of the car. There is even an original GM washer bottle mounted in its proper bracket on the inner fender well. A black snorkel air filter housing with a 327 Turbo-Fire decal sits on top of a four-barrel carburetor. The engine iron is painted the correct color of Chevrolet Orange as are the valve covers which also have decals proudly announcing it as the 327 Turbo-Fire 300 Horsepower motor. All that power is sent back through a 2-speed automatic transmission to the rear axle which rides on trailing arms and coil springs. Power steering works through control arms with coil springs and a sway bar up front and power brakes provide good stopping power. The car sits 205/75R14 white wall tires all around which are mounted on steel wheels with center spin wire wheel covers. An awesome car because it is a beautiful, classic, Red convertible V8. Very special because it is a rare, numbers matching car that has been restored to all its stock, original glory. Come on down and check it out.
This car was Born to Run. 67 Chevelles look fast even when they are standing still with their bulging fenders and the sail panel treatment to the back glass. But when you drop in a healthy LS1 engine and add some updated running gear,... well... just turn up the Springsteen and let those horses run. At first glance, this car looks like just another good looking 67 Chevelle. But there is so much more to this car than meets the eye. It has been meticulously stripped down and restored from top to bottom with pictures and build receipts that you should ask your salesperson about. It is presented in True Blue Pearl with fresh bumpers and trim all around that shine bright and look sharp. Thanks to a couple chassis goodies we will talk about later, the car has an aggressive stance and staggered wheel size that lets you know it means business. Up front the look is super clean with a bumper that wraps around the edge of the fenders underlining a black and chrome grill with quad headlights and no emblems. The front fender has an LS1 Tuned Port badge letting you know what lurks under the hood. The rear is equally clean with a trunk thats as smooth as glass and a black panel between the wraparound taillights underlined by another sharp looking bumper. Open the door and you will find a very clean and comfortable interior with some custom touches and modern updates. The door panel sets the pattern of the interior with simple horizontal pattern with a slash of chrome piping across the top edge. The bucket seats build on that look with pleated carbon fiber seating surfaces flanked by smooth black vinyl. The Heartbeat of America along with a bowtie is embroidered into the tops of the seats with the rear seats echoing the same look. There is a three spoke steering wheel with a Chevelle center button. A B&M T-handle shifter for the automatic transmission is within easy reach in the custom center console that also contains a Kenwood stereo/nav system with Polk audio speakers for your convenience and listening pleasure. The dash has been upgraded with a carbon fiber panel containing Dakota digital gauges in the stock location. A new headliner and fresh carpeting complete this sweet looking interior nicely. Pop the hood and you will find that fuel injected LS1 motor which has been dressed up a bit sitting down in a neat and clean engine bay. A free flow air filter feeds the intake manifold, which along with the valve covers, has been painted True Blue to match the body. Long tube headers send the exhaust back through Flowmaster mufflers and give the car a nice sound. This setup pumps out a reliable 400+ horsepower as measured on the engine dyno. It sends that power back through a 4-speed automatic transmission to a Ford 9 rear set up with traction lock and 3.89 gears. The chassis dyno shows 322 HP getting to the ground at the back wheels. Up front, tubular control arms with adjustable coil over shocks allow the ride height to be adjusted and give the car its nice chassis rake. An adjustable sway bar allows fine tuning of the handling and 4-wheel disc brakes assure that you can haul this ride back down from speed. The rubber meets the road through 245/40R18s up front and 245/45R20s in the back mounted on Boss wheels. Classic good looks nicely restored. Healthy engine and chassis upgrades. Custom interior with a killer stereo and nav system. What are you waiting for? Come on down and check out this sweet ride!
The beautiful lines of a 67 Chevelle look even better when they are painted in Marina Blue. Thats a blanket statement, but for an extra treat, it also happens that it is the original color that this car was delivered in new. If you are looking for a nice cruiser, something that will turn heads wherever it goes, but with some room for friends or even luggage for a longer trip, then check this car out. Its a good one. You can see by the way the light reflects off this car that before that pretty Marina Blue paint was sprayed on, the panels were adjusted and the surfaces were properly prepped. Up front a black and chrome grill is flanked by 4 headlights and underlined by a sharp looking wraparound bumper. There is a louvered big block hood showing off a little muscle and a 396 Turbo Jet emblem with crossed racing flags on the fender. Graceful curves flow down the length of the car leading to the Super Sport script that is spelled out on the rear fenders, and the sail panels that define the look of the early Chevelles so nicely flows smoothly into those bulging rear fenders and also onto the trunk lid. A rectangular panel between the tail-lights is body colored and trimmed with chrome piping. A Chevelle badge sits on the right side and another sharp looking bumper underlines it all. Open the door and you will find a very nice looking interior. Its black with chrome highlights and is perfect with the blue and chrome of the body. The door panels are simple and clean with horizontal lines cutting across it highlighted by a slash of chrome at the top and a splash of chrome on the armrest. Have a seat in the comfortable bucket seats and reach out for the deep dish, three-spoke black steering wheel which has an SS center button. The dash behind it has a long rectangular speedometer with a trio of Sunpro gauges mounted under the center to keep accurate track of water temp, oil pressure and voltage. Above them are the ventilation controls as well as an FM/Cassette stereo. The center console it dressed out in black and chrome and holds a clock at the front as well as the T-handle shifter for the automatic transmission. The headliner and the carpets are in great shape and tie the look together nicely. Pop the hood and you will find a tried and true, 350 cubic inch motor nestled down in a neat and clean engine bay. There is a chrome air filter housing feeding clean air to a Holley 4-barrel carburetor and an Edelbrock intake manifold. Finned aluminum valve covers are polished up nicely, look great, and act like oil coolers too while the engine iron is all painted the correct Chevy Orange. Stock exhaust manifolds get the spent gasses out and flowing back to a true dual exhaust system. Power flows back through a 3-speed automatic transmission to a 12-bolt rear end sitting on coil springs and located with trailing arms. Control arms and coil springs get the job done at the front and the rubber hits the road through 225/70R15 BFGoodrich Radial T/A tires mounted on Rally wheels with polished trim rings and a chrome bowtie center all around. A classic 67 Chevelle in its original Marina Blue. This one could be yours. Come on down and check it out.
The 67 Chevelle is considered by many classic car enthusiasts to be the best-looking muscle car of all time. Being a true 138 SS car makes it even more desirable and coating it in shiny Red paint is just icing on the cake. Check it out. Before the paint went on this car it was prepped properly to make sure all the body panels were smooth and lined up properly so that once it was sprayed, the light would reflect off of it and flow smoothly over the bulging contours of the fenders and down the side of the car. The chrome also shines like new with the bumper up front underlining an SS grill with dual headlights on each side. The trim around all the glass received its share of elbow grease to make it shine too and wheel well and rocker moldings compliment Chevelle Rally wheels with polished trim rings and center caps. Super Sport appears on the rear fenders and the flying buttress roofline looks great from the side as it blends smoothly onto the trunk. At the rear, a rectangular black panel has SS 396 in the center with delicate chrome piping edging the panel out and dressing out the taillights. The rectangular theme continues in the interior which lends a rock-solid look and feel to it. Open the door and you will see this in the door panel of horizontal lines with a splash of chrome across the top. The seats have horizontally sewn center panels with smooth vinyl surrounding it. Have a seat and reach out for the black and chrome 3-spoke steering wheel the SS center button and check out the dash. It has chrome piping lining out rectangular panels for the horizontal speedo flanked by the engine gauges on each side of it as well as the controls in the panel above it that runs all the way across. The key is in an interesting place toward the middle of that upper panel to the right of the steering wheel. Below it in a center console is a T-handle shifter for the 3-speed automatic transmission. A sharp looking headliner ties everything together nicely and bowtie floormats keep the carpets protected. Pop the hood and you will find a well dressed 454 cubic inch motor nestled down in a neat and clean engine bay that has been nicely detailed out. There is a chrome air topper with crossed racing flags and Turbo-Jet 396 Horsepower sticker feeding air to an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor and out through stock exhaust manifolds with Flowmaster mufflers downstream adding a nice sound to things. There are chrome valve covers adding their splash of flash to the engine bay and yellow ignition wires reach out from behind the filter. The engine iron is all painted the correct color of Chevy orange and signs of good maintenance include new belts and hoses. Power flows back through a 3-speed automatic transmission to a 10-bolt rear end sitting on coil springs with trailing arms. Up front control arms with coils springs handle steering duties assisted by a power steering pump. The car sits on those good-looking stock steel wheels with polished trim rings and center mounted with BFGoodrich 235/60R15 radials all the way around. Classic good looks, sharp Red paint, and a serious motor. Whats not to like? Come on down and check this car out.