Stk#145 1965 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu SS Clone
Painted a beautiful White slick and straight, front & rear bumpers are new, grill is new, rear trim is new, all emblems are new, rear mounted antenna is new. The door handles are new, single outside mirror with Chevrolet logo is new, Drip rail moldings are new, wheel well moldings are new. Rubber and felt is new. All the glass is good. All suspension is new, power front disc brakes are new, 10 spoke US Mags and new and chrome. Ironman Gen II tires are new. Sits and looks beautiful.
The interior is Turquoise on a bench seat front and back and new. Rear arm rest with ash trays are new. Turquoise carpet is new, door sill plates are new. Door handles are good. Window cranks are good. Dash pad is black and padded. Headliner, sail panels, Sunvisor’s, kick panels Turquoise tweed and new. Dash cluster and glove box trim is new. Dash face painted Turquoise. Rear view mirror is good. Chevrolet Logo radio is new. Does not have speaker in car. Beautiful inside.
Powered by a 350 engine with a 4-speed transmission, chrome valve cover and air cleaner, power steering pump that is new. Aluminum intake, Quadrajet 4-barrel carb is new. Power Booster and Master Cylinder are new. Chrome oil dipstick, hoses and belts are new. Clutch, Pressure Plate, Release bearing all new. Hurst shifter, power steering, Quick steering new. Runs, drives and handles good. Visit our website at www.ecoastcc.com for more info.
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