Here is a Very Nice and Clean Triple Black 1966 Chevrolet ChevelleTurn key Classic- Starts up immediately every time and drives GREAT!The car is powered by a healthy and strong 327 V8 Engine / Automatic Trans with a B&M ShifterPower Steering and Dual Flow Master ExhaustThe Chevelle is riding on newer tires the slot wheels are in immaculate condition.Black exterior paint and vinyl top, the body is straight and the paint shows very well.Black interior with no rips, cracks, or tears in the seats, door panels, or headliner. Carpet is clean and un-wornUnderside and rockers are solid. Always garaged and well maintainedThis Chevelle was built at the Fremont, California assembly plant. This is a Chevelle Malibu and the first three numbers of the VIN are 136. 2 sets of keys are included Chevelle is located at the dealership- Call us today 847-393-7887 WE FINANCE/ DELIVER AND SHIP WORLD WIDE
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