Gateway Classic Cars is proud to present this 1964 Chevrolet Chevelle SS Convertible. Up for sale in our Indianapolis showroom is a one of a kind ride, this 1964 Chevrolet Chevelle is ready to cruise down the main drag of your town as you go to your local cruise in. This car is mean to be experienced in person, From the outside with the custom Snakebite green paint from House of Kolors paint. To the low rumble the ZZ4 crate engine produces, this isn't just your regular car you get in and drive, it's a car you get in an enjoy the experience. It truly is a lifestyle; this car always looks like it just got done with a cover shoot for a magazine. The number of heads it turns only solidifies that presence the car carries. This cars ZZ4 350CID V8 crate engine puts out a stout 355Hp that means this car puts out just over 1 horsepower per cubic inch which propel this car down the road. Mated to this crate engine is a 3 speed TH350, because you can never go wrong with a trusty Turbo-Hydromatic 350 transmission, which feeds the power through a posi-traction rear end. This car is sitting on Boss Motorsports 338 Chrome wheels wrapped in Nitto NT555's. This car come equipped with A/c, power brakes, power windows, power steering, auto convertible top, tilt wheel, and traction control. is Chevelle is a true head turner and always draws lots of attention where ever it goes. If you are looking for a classic muscle car with lots of power that's a blast to drive, here it is! To view this 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle SS Tribute in greater detail, including a high def video, please visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our Indianapolis showroom. For more information please call (317)688-1100.
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