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1965 Malibu. There's a lot of boxes checked on this one. Just to
name a few, here you go: Big block, blower, manual transmission,
electric cutouts, dual quad carb setup, nice paint, wheel and tire
combo that'll make you drool and a killer interior that makes this
car stand out. For the engine we have a 496 cubic inch topped with
a blower and dual carb setup that has to be good for 650+
horsepower. The manual transmission has been upgraded to a 5-speed
to give a good cruising gear. The underside of the car is as clean
as the topside and leaves you complaining about very little. They
even went as far as to shave the door handles making it look that
much cleaner. With an engine bay that is clean enough you could eat
off of, why hide it all away so no one can see it? I think that's
what the builder of this car thought so he decided to stick half of
the motor through the hood to give you that true hot rod horsepower
look and performance. This thing is a steal and I guarantee you
couldn't build this car for this kind of money so make sure you
swing by to see it before it's too late. Financing is available and
trades are welcome. Come by today!
1965 Chevrolet Malibu
Location:Hope Mills, North Carolina
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