Meet Speedy! Thats right, this 1966 Chevelle was named Speedy and
will be sold as a pair along with its mate, a 1968 Camaro named
Snoopy. 1968 Camaro is here:
Both cars were purchased brand new in 1966 and 1968. A couple who
lived in California, kept these cars until just a few years ago
when they moved to Kentucky. He purchased the 66 Chevelle and she
purchased the 68 Camaro. She named each car and affectionately
labeled the keys Speedy Ignition, Snoopy Trunk etc. Both cars have
been together since Day One and it was promised to sell them
together a pair. Cars were well maintained and kept garaged and
still are today. They reside with the 2nd owner in Kentucky. This
1966 has the Ermine White exterior (code CC) and has had one
repaint. Paint presents in above average condition. Trim is the
base SS Deluxe trim. The interior is Medium Red (code 747) with a
bench seat and the red painted dash. All interior components are
mostly original except for the carpet, headliner, and front seat
was recovered. Interior still looks new. Engine is the original
396/325 HP and has the smog pump that California required.
Transmission is automatic with a column shift. Options include
power steering, power drum brakes, radio, heater, and clock. It
will be fun to own a great pair of cars with an interesting
history. Both cars have all of the original paperwork. These cars
are in Kentucky and can be viewed by appointment only.
1966 Chevrolet Super Sport
Location:Cornelius, North Carolina
Exterior Color:Ermine White
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