Wow! You must see to believe the condition on this Red on Red 1965 Chevy Chevelle Malibu Convertible! It gets up and goes with a fire breathing 400 4bb V8 engine and is backed up by a built 2 speed power glide automatic transmission mated up to a 12 bolt rear end. �This Malibu is highly optioned with factory air conditioning power steering power brakes power windows power bench seat tilt steering wheel dual exhaust AM radio and white power top. It sits beautifully on a brand new set of American Racing chrome rims with RWL tires. �The paint on this Red Malibu is excellently laid out over a laser straight and solid body.� The floors frame and trunk floor are also rock solid and original. �It has nice stainless chrome and bumpers.� The red interior will take you back to the time of the debut of "Days of Our Lives" and is also in excellent condition. This a show quality car inside and out in my opinion. �This Malibu has the ride and drive as good as any American muscle car. �It's putting out approximately 400 HP and sounds and performs great! Visit Coyote Classics online at coyoteclassics.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 641-512-4727 today to schedule your test drive.
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