Code Correct Regal Red exterior, Code Correct Black bucket seat
interior. L79 350hp 327ci V8 engine, 4 speed manual transmission.
This Chevelle has been through a complete restoration with
absolutely no expense spared. Outside, the code correct red paint
has a nice shine with a laser straight body. The front and rear
chrome bumpers are in good condition with a nice finish. Inside,
the interior has been completely restored and features bucket
seats, center console with floor shift, original style gauges, nice
door panels, carpet, and dash. Underneath is just as nice as up
top. Solid floors and frame rails show no rust with rebuilt
suspension and steering components. The 350 horse 327ci runs out
great and was one of the higher horsepower optional engine for
1965. The Muncie 4 speed transmission makes this car a blast to
drive. Some code information includes; 38 in the vin decodes Malibu
Super Sport and the A says this Malibu was assembly right here in
Atlanta, Ga. The engine pad stamp is broken down to F- Flint, MI,
0422- April 22, 1965, and EC-350hp L79. This is one of highest
optioned, nicest restored '65 Chevelle on the market. It is priced
to sell and will not last long! Come out to see it in person today!
FREE 2 YEAR/50K ADDITIONAL MILE WARRANTY WHEN PURCHASED AT
ADVERTISED PRICE, GOOD AT ANY REPAIR FACILITY NATIONWIDE!!
Financing Available with long terms and low rates.
1965 Chevrolet Chevelle
Exterior Color:Regal Red
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