Arizona 1964 Malibu SS.
A clean car (Arizona) .
283 stock with rebuilt Turbo 350 (I do have a fresh built LT 350 if you desire $3500).
Car was painted 1 year ago and sits in my carport covered. I need to sell has the following:
1. New 2 inch front Spindles
2. New front disc brakes (CCP)
3. New rear Drum brakes
4. New Chrome Master Brake Cylinder
5. New Proportioning brake Valve
6. New Shocks 4
7. New front bearings/bushings/arms
8. New Upholstery and carpet (new front buckets foam sponges)
9. New front Chrome Grill and Chrome in the box (OPGI $746.00)
10. New hood springs / New Body to Frame Bushings
11. New Gas tank
12. Complete new wiring kit professionally installed.
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