A real-deal 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle SS396 with a sharp presentation
is already an attractive idea. But dig deeper into all the right
features - including the fresh big block power and rebuilt
four-speed - and soon you realize just how irresistible this deal
White is the right color when you want a car that has timeless
appeal. This is even a later application that has a good clearcoat
luster. So it makes an already attractive SS396 even more
appealing. And the white paint also means you really pick-up on the
black SS grille and blackout rear panel. There are more great Super
Sport details, including vent trim hood, ribbed rocker panels, and
all the correct badging - right down to the Super Sport scripts on
the rear. More than just sporty, the big chrome bumpers, bright
Rally wheels, and the flying buttress C-pillars have a
sophistication that make us love this year Chevelle.
The interior shows that the overall charm of this pillarless
hardtop is as clear as white and black. Nice seats, good door
panels, clean carpeting, and a smooth dash give this one an instant
appeal. And all this darkness is broken up by tasteful bright trim,
including on the seats. This is a car that's comfortable for plenty
of family and friends, and there's even an upgraded AM/FM stereo
with aux input to keep them entertained. But the true appeal of
this coupe is that it's a driver's machine. Bucket seats, a center
console, and a bright floor shifter are great classic SS elements.
Plus, you have handy upgrades like Chevy's NK4 sports steering
wheel and a Bosch gauge package for temp, oil, and volts are
cleanly mounted under the dash.
Under the hood is a very clean and mean powerhouse. It's showcased
nicely with the fresh and bright big block in the middle of the
dark engine bay, and this motor is worth the extra attention. There
were thousands $$$$ recently invested to completely rebuild this
year-correct 396 cubic-inch V8. It's bored .30 over with a
resurfaced crank, new cam, heads, and internals. This reinforced
powerhouse has also been enhanced further with a Quick Fuel
double-pumper four-barrel carburetor and Offenhauser intake. There
even a large aluminum radiator to help keep this big block running
cool. It's a great muscle car package, and it makes a terrific
sound out of the dual exhaust. The Muncie M20 four-speed manual
transmission was rebuilt for this fresh motor, and so you get to
control this power with confidence. Stopping is even well in
control thanks to power brakes with discs up front.
This SS396 has a great presentation with a serious and fresh power.
Oh yeah, this is the ultimate muscle machine, and it can all be
yours if you act fast enough. Call now!