This Chevelle was first put together in July of 1967 in Atlanta.
Much has changed since then, but one thing certainly has not : This
Chevelle SS is a bad machine! This is a true 396 SS, as confirmed
by the vin. The 396 under the hood has been well maintained and
runs very strong. Mated to that beast of an engine is a Muncie
4-speed transmission and a 12-bolt rear end. The Chevelle shifts
smoothly without issue and is a blast to drive. Power disc brakes
on the front and power steering make sure the vehicle is
comfortable on the road and stops without issue.15"" Rally wheels
wrapped in red line tires look good and have tons of life left. It
is impossible to take this car out without attracting attention.
Who doesn't love a Big-Block Chevelle SS?
All it takes is one look to see why this car gets so much love. The
paint and chrome is in excellent condition. The sheet metal on this
vehicle is also in great shape. The underside has been detailed and
is exceptionally clean. Inside, the black leather bucket seats and
factory console look like new. There are no cracks or tears
anywhere. All of the gauges work as intended. This Chevelle is
ready to hit the streets!
1967 Chevrolet SS
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