This is a SLICK 64 Malibu SS that has a lot of upgrades, complete body up restoration, painted its original "SHOW QUALITY" Daytona Blue base coat clear coat sanded and wheeled smooth as glass straight as an arrow, new front and rear bumpers, new correct bowtie side view mirrors, new door handles, new emblems, wheel well trim and rocker moldings appear to be new - all other chrome and stainless is original in excellent condition, new weather stripping and felts, new tinted windshield, side glass is original in very good condition also has been tinted for that "COOL LOOK".
Factory bucket seat console interior has been completely redone its original bright blue, factory dash with factory tach and gauge package, heater controls have been replaced with billet Vintage ac/heat controls, factory padded dash, new headliner, new door panels, new seat covers, new arm rest, new carpet, front and rear seat belts, factory console original shifter has been converted to 4 speed automatic, power windows (even though appears to be stock roll-up they are powered using crank as the switch), AM/FM/CD stereo with remote nicely mounted in glove box, custom speakers in door panels and 6x9 in rear, trunk has been finished off, also spare and tire cover.
Under the hood we have a 1993 Corvette LT1 fuel injected with mild cam, billet valve covers, March serpentine pulley and bracket kit with chrome alternator and polished AC compressor, heavy duty radiator with a pair of electric fans, power steering, power front disc brakes, set of headers into 2 1/2 inch exhaust out the back in stock location, 4L60 4 speed overdrive automatic trans, new suspension with 2 inch drop spindles up front and 2 inch lowering springs on rear, original 12 bolt rear end with 373 posi, boxed lower control arms and rear sway bar.
Rides on a set of Boyd Coddington billet wheels 17x8 215/45/17 front and 18x9 255/45/15 rear.
Runs and drives excellent - take this beauty to any show and enjoy.
This car was totaled in a rear end accident August 4th at 3:00.
Drive Toward a Cure staging raffle of BRM Chronographe watch with hand-painted Nicolas Hunziker artwork
The Pick of the Day is a 120 sedan powered by a straight-8 engine
Complete with all working components, the unbodied chassis was used by Hoffman Motors to familiarize mechanics with the little German sports cars
Steve Stone bought the car new when he was 18 and is still racking up the miles
‘Flip Sides’ might be tough to copy, but ‘hoods up’ is a start
78 vehicles on the docket for sale November 4 in Paris
The car has yet to be unveiled, but it looks to be on the future classic path
The Pick of the Day hails from the days when Volkswagen-based fiberglass specials were popular projects for handy owners