Gateway Classic Cars is proud to present this 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle SS. 1966 was the first year the Chevelle became a series of its own and not just a trim level. This Chevelle has just 3,000 miles since its frame off restoration and not a single detail was missed on this gorgeous restomod. The deep blue pearl paint really sets this car apart from all the other '66 Chevelle's in its class. This car sits perfectly with a nice slightly lowered stance on a full QA1 suspension. This car is a real head turner as it sits while the engine is turned off, but once you turn that motor over and the crowd at your local cruise in hears the rumble from the side exit exhaust they will start to flock around wonder just what powers this beast. When you pop the hood no one will be left disappointed looking down at a gorgeous twin snout air intake that sits on top of this mean 427CID V8 Crate motor that was pushing out 480 horsepower at the crank. This car transfers all its power through a Tremec T-56 6 speed transmission. This car is fitted with Boze custom wheels. Have I mentioned this cars stopping power yet? Well this car is fitted with Wilwood disc brakes all around to really match this cars great power with some awesome stopping power. This 1966 Chevelle SS for sale is located in our Indianapolis showroom and can be seen in greater detail, including a high Def Video at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. Please call (317)688-1100 or email us at INDY@gatewayclassiccars.com for additional information.
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