1967 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu The car originally is a Malibu and has been rebadged as a SS 427 carTurn key car - daily driverThe engine is a Big Block 427 approx 400hp V-8 10-1 comp - Holley 4 Barrel Carb - Hooker headersMuncie 4-spd Manual Transmission replaced in 2006Power Steering Front and rear drum brakes Has a L88 hoodscoop molded in to the original hood and is functionalOriginal doors, fenders, glass and trunk lid - the doors fit and close very nicelyRed exterior repainted in 1996 Chrome trim is complete and in great conditionThe interior is in excellent conditionBlack Bucket seats - 4-spd consoleHeat / Defrostall the interior lights, dash lights, courtesy lights work as does the wipers, heater, heater controls, backup lights, license plate lightsThe front and rear suspension is like new12 bolt rear-end with 3.73 gearsThis a 20plus year old restoration and is not a frame off restoration, and has always been a street car.There are several small paint chips due to being driven on the streetThe car has no electrical problems, no run hot problems at freeway speeds or in stop and go traffic even on 95 degree plus days.extra SS grill, and GM SS hood with louvers that would go with the carWE FINANCE/ DELIVER AND SHIP WORLD WIDE
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