For Sale in our Detroit Showroom is this beautiful one-owner 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle SS Convertible. The SS396 Chevelle became a series of its own in 1966 and had many upgrades such as reinforced frames and revised front suspension: higher-rate springs, recalibrated shocks, and thicker front stabilizer bar, but with different exterior trim. This 1966 Chevelle SS convertible is a full sized beauty that really stands out with the top down. This 1966 Chevelle convertible is powered by the numbers matching 396 big block bored just".30" over making it a true street machine. Putting all that power to the ground is the numbers matching Muncie 4 speed transmission followed by a 12 bolt Posi traction rear end with 3:55 gear ratio. This 1966 Chevelle SS convertible is really set off by the Mist Blue paint matched with a set of custom E-T wheels that are wrapped in a new set of BF Goodrich Radial T/A tires. This Chevelle has a beautiful black vinyl interior with AM/FM radio, record player, and seat belts making it full of modern amenities to enjoy the open road. With just 77,128 actual miles and just 1,500 miles since the engine was rebuilt and a fresh coat of paint was applied, this 1966 Chevelle SS convertible is ready for many more years of enjoyment. Options on this beautiful Chevelle include: AM/FM radio, record player, manual convertible top, seat belts, vinyl interior, radial tires, and custom wheels. If you are in the market for a rare, one owner, fully documented, classic muscle car to take home awards, this is definitely for you. For more information including over 100 HD photos and video of this immaculate 1966 Chevelle SS Convertible, please visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or call to speak with one of our friendly and knowledgeable staff at 313-982-3100.
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