Chevelles are a cornerstone of the hobby, and if you like to stand
out, nothing works better than bright red paint and a big V8
engine. This great-driving, killer-looking 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle
is one of those cars that's easy to love and a lot of fun to
There's a purity to the early Chevelles that the later cars don't
quite manage to capture. No stripes, no wings, no superfluous
aftermarket badges, just a big honkin' engine in arguably the most
popular A-body ever made. The ultra-clean shape is helped in this
car's case by the vivid bright red paint, which was obviously a
popular color spectrum when this Chevelle was new and even more so
today. The paint job was done not long ago and sticks to the
original formula, and given that this car has always been
well-maintained and treated as something special, the bodywork
underneath is quite good. It does have a few signs that the car has
been driven, of course, and it's not perfect, but if you like to
cruise with a high profile, few cars can do it better. Vented
inserts in the hood add a touch of sportiness, while the black
vinyl roof is a little sophisticated - both working together to
form a fine representation of this legendary classic. The chrome
bumpers look great and the brightwork is likely in restored
original condition and shines up perfectly against the red paint,
and even though it's not a real SS, it looks like one with proper
badges, the front grille, and 'Super Sport' script on the quarters.
Top driver-grade muscle never looked so appealing!
Black vinyl buckets with a console-mounted automatic between them
mean this car was built right. The upholstery is in great condition
with handsome high-back buckets trimmed in black vinyl and door
panels that match. The carpets are so nice we have to believe
they've been recently replaced. The original gauges in the dash are
in fantastic shape and this car includes Bosch auxiliary gauges
down below the dash and a tachometer strapped to the steering
column, and a fan favorite - a clock integrated into the center
console. An upgraded retro-style AM/FM/AUX stereo has been fitted
in the dash and yes, this interior is as comfortable as it looks.
The spatter-painted trunk is also in great shape, needing nothing
more than a larger reproduction mat to look right, and currently
housing a full size spare tire and jack set.
Big performance comes from a very strong 454 cubic inch V8 nestled
neatly into the tidy engine bay. There's plenty of power on tap
thanks to an Edelbrock intake and Edelbrock Performer 4-barrel
carburetor, HEI distributor, and a chrome Edelbrock air cleaner.
The matching Moroso chrome valve covers are similar to what came as
standard equipment on the SS and inside the bright red engine bay
they look awesome. You can see where the real money was spent on
this SS tribute. Power steering and power front disc brakes are
always welcome in a car with a big block, and combined with the
quick shifting TH400 automatic transmission it feels quick and
agile out on the street. Long-tube headers and a rumbling
Flowmaster dual exhaust system highlights a very sanitary chassis
which isn't restored to national show standards but is the kind of
clean that you like to show off at your local car show. Out back, a
rugged 12-bolt rear plants the torque and it rolls on handsome
American Racing Torque Thrust 'Old Style' wheels with 235/40/18
front and 255/35/18 rear blackwall radials.
One of the most popular muscle cars, rendered in bright red livery
and packing some real power. This one gets everything right,
including the price. Call today!