Here's everything you want in a muscle car classic - an aggressive
Super Sport appearance, big block power, and four-on-the-floor.
That's why this 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 tribute is one of
those coupes you'll fall in love with instantly.
Marina Blue never looks wrong on a Chevy of any kind, but the mid-year Chevelles look especially sleek with their long, flying buttress roofline. It's nice to see all the right indicators for performance, ranging from the SS grille to the crossed-flag emblems on the front fenders warning potential predators that there's a nasty surprise waiting for them. No stripes, no vinyl roof, no add-ons... just a clean, sleek Chevelle that looks fast just sitting still. Of course, it wouldn't be a classic American without some brightwork in all the right places like extra wide bumpers, within the correct SS dual power bulge hood, and the trim that outlines every inch of glass. And we know you love how the vintage and shine come together on the iconic 17-inch torque thrust style wheels.
Inside is exactly what you want to see in a coupe like this. Pristine black vinyl on the seats, doors, and dash that tell you there was a solid investment in this coupe. Chevelles always have plenty of room for family and friends, but the individual buckets up front remind you that the driver is king in this one. Factory gauges cover speed and fuel level, but with a car like this, you know that's not sufficient. So a set of auxiliary gauges went under the dash while still in your sight-line. Plus, the Bosch tach goes perfect with the Hurst shifter to make sure you have full control of the power this muscle machine brings to the streets.
With an interior and exterior so tidy and nice, you'll be glad to see the engine bay looking great, too. But just like a drill sergeant, there's authoritative strength in the orderly presentation. The bold block, etched valve covers, polished alternator, and bright air topper with callout decal all radiate power from within the dark engine bay. This 396 cubic-inch big block has been bored over to 408ci total. Plus, it has go-fast goodies like a Holley Street Avenger four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and long tube headers that add more power as they contribute to the full growl of the Flowmaster dual exhaust. And you have complete control over the power and fury of this monster motor thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. But while this Chevelle was built to eat the streets, it's also easy to keep under control. It's a fine cruiser thanks to features like power steering, front disc brakes, and an aluminum radiator w/electric fan to always keep the big V8 running cool.
This is an intimidating classic coupe that has the exact right features, power, and sound to back up its appearance. You're not the only one who has been looking for a turn-key big block Chevelle like this, so we know it won't last long in our showroom. Call today!!!
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