Gateway Classic Cars of Indianapolis is proud to feature this 1966
Chevrolet Malibu! Not an everyday Malibu, this one has SS 454
badging! This bad boy is one helluva build! I could go on all day
about the high-end expenses utilized to bring this iconic popular
body style from a clean bodied Malibu to an even cleaner mean
machine! There's a lot if specifications on this 66 Malibu
detailing how much work the owner put into it. Starting from the
original body and frame that was really clean and had only 65,000
miles on it as it were stored. The engine, transmission and clutch
were all rebuilt in June of 2017 and showcases 1,200 miles since
completed. It is equipped with factory power steering and power
disc brakes. Diving into the meat and potatoes, this car was built
around the motor! A 496 Stroker with full hydraulic roller, Gen IV
packing 700 HP with 675 Torque pounding 10.1 compression. The block
is 4.28 Bore x 4.25 stroke, .060 over bore, 2 Bolt main. Bill
"Grumpy" Jenkins Iron Cylinder, Erson Dome Pistons, 4340 Forged
crankshaft, Rods 6.385 Length, THE LIST GOES ON - Call for more
details! All that mated to a Muncie M-21 4-speed with a McLeod
Super Street Pro Clutch and McLeod Flywheel.Options on this 1966
Chevy Malibu SS 454 include - AM/FM Radio + Cassette, Seat Belts,
Vinyl interior, Power Steering, Power Brakes Posi-Trac and more!
1966 Chevrolet Malibu
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