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In just a few short years, Walter P. Chrysler took his company from an unknown automotive manufacturer to fourth in the industry. Walter Chrysler was a perfectionist with a deep mechanical background. This aspect, probably more than anything, helped to make Chrysler Corporation grow quickly.
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1964 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu SS Convertible -- NUT AND BOLT RESTORATION -- 6.2 liter LS2 V8 power, overdrive transmission, Cold A/C, power everything, and upgraded suspension and brakes make this a Chevelle that looks nasty and backs it up with thrilling performance. Cost-is-no-object were the words used when the previous owner began this build. State-of-the-art tech combined with one of the best-looking convertibles of the 60s makes this beast do everything perfectly. Per the previous owners description, the Malibu was already a gorgeous classic when the last build started, but two years later, it was completely transformed into the brutal pro-touring cruiser you see here. 6.2 liter LS2 V8 power, overdrive transmission, Cold A/C, power everything, and upgraded suspension and brakes make this a Chevelle that looks nasty drives insanely smooth, tight, comfortable and backs up its looks with thrilling performance. The shape its designers conceived has aged incredibly well and the super clean flanks and simple shape of the Malibu makes it stand out in a sea of over-chromed 60s cruisers, few look better than this black ragtop. Stripped down to the essentials, it looks like it has been honed to a razors edge. The high-gloss black paint is miles deep, applied exceptionally to perfectly smooth body panels, presents as flawlessly as it looks in the pictures. I assure you that it is every bit as nice as it appears in the photos. Check the gaps, the reflections, and the straight lines that are visible across every surface of the car. A cowl induction hood is the lone deviation from a stock body they left all the trim, the chrome bumpers, and even the Malibu SS emblems on the quarters, so theres no question about its identity. But between the stance and those screened air inlets that took the place of the high-beam headlights (high-beams still work on the remaining bulb), theres no question this car is deadly serious. This car nails it in every possible way! Inside theres an all-new Alcantara and leather interior designed to match the black bodywork and installed to the tune of about $8000 (and bear in mind, the interior was already restored when they started!). Factory buckets were re-covered, new carpets were installed on the floors, and custom door panels were fabricated to match the seats but still emulate the originals. Factory door handles and armrests, plus original-looking stainless trim, keeps the connection to 1964 alive, but it was filled with modern tech: a carbon-fiber dash with Auto Meter gauges (including a functional air/fuel ratio meter), ice-cold A/C, power windows, a tilt steering column, and a custom center console that uses the original shifter to manage the 4L60E 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission. Everything is in like-new condition with under 1000 miles since it was completed. Equipped with a factory-style ALDL connector under the dash for doing diagnostic work on this LS engine (which uses factory fuel injection) if e
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