Original family owner of a 1968 Chevy Chevelle Malibu Station Wagon with a 327 V-8 engine that was restored in the 90's. Although it needs a new paint job, it runs very strong and you don’t see many of these on the road anymore. This came from the factory with air conditioning, power steering, power brakes, seatbelts and the tailgate opens down with the window rolling into the door. The paint has some chips and scratches while the body has some rust spots.
My father bought this for my mother in Kentucky in 1968 and it took our family of 6 everywhere in the U.S. When we moved to Southern California, we drove across the U.S. and slept in the back as it is a sleeper wagon. As noted above, the engine was restored it in the 90's but over the past 10 years, it has only been driven ~2,000 miles due to my mom's declining health. I inherited the car and have been keeping her in my garage but now need to sell it as I will be needing the space for a car for my kids. It handles well for a near 50 year old car. I hate to sell this car but I don't drive it much and I am sure if the right owner came along, they would be able to restore her and enjoy driving on the road.
This car was totaled in a rear end accident August 4th at 3:00.
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