Wow! Here we have a true 68 Chevelle SS 396! No clone here, this is the real deal. The original 396 big block, 4 speed manual transmission, and factory A/C components are still in place and working great after 50 years! This car rolled off the assembly line Fathom Blue with a white vinyl top and teal interior... Along the way someone has tastefully modified the car painting it in a lighter blue as a hard top and swapping the interior out for the black bucket seats that are in it now. This iconic muscle car starts up easily and stays running right away. The clutch feels great as does every gear in the transmission. The car tracks straight applying brakes or throttle and the power steering feels better than a brand new car. The tires are new all the way around and look perfect on the Chevelle. It has a few small paint cracks and rust bubbles under the paint here and there, but overall this is a clean, solid, fun to drive classic car that has made it 50 years without being chopped up or wrapped around a tree. If it was in immaculate showroom condition it would bring $80,000 at a Barret Jackson auction, so it is priced beyond fair as an upper end driver level car. Financing is here so you don't have to drain your bank account, and we are always looking for a trade! Lets get you in this classic Chevy today!
Registry-keeper Jeff Helms confirms the car’s validity and has it undergoing restoration
This is the third car in a 30-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Scottsdale collector car auction
You’d be hard pressed to find a cleaner Chevelle than this one, even at SEMA
This is the 26th in a 30-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Las Vegas collector car auction
This is the first car in a 10-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Northeast auction
The price tag of a completely restored 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 hardtop can range from $120,000 to $166,000, but Dream Giveaway may let one go for $3.
This is the 30th vehicle in the 30-day Countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s 47th annual Scottsdale auction.
An intense-looking 1968 Chevrolet Yenko Camaro, documented as originally sold by Yenko Chevrolet, selling for three times the result of the N0. 2 car. in Portland, Oregon, at Mecum’s collector car auction.
In the early 1970s, when I was 5 years old, my grandmother bought a ’71 Chevrolet Chevelle.