This first-generation Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu is from its last year of production. It comes to us at a time when prices for fine examples are on the upward trend. Designed to fill a gap between the well-received Chevy II and some of Chevrolet’s larger “full-sized” models, the Chevelle was initially conceived to do battle with the Fairlane—a car that Ford had introduced into the mid-sized category and was enjoying success with. Launched in 1964, the Chevrolet Chevelle was actually the only all-new model to be released by a US automaker that year.
This deep-black example of a 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu appears in pictures to have brightwork, trim, and badges all in place. The interior looks largely original and comes with a set of Auto Gauge gauges to accurately monitor the important parameters of the car’s running. With no notable modifications mentioned, the Chevelle Malibu features leather bucket seats, air-conditioning that blows cold, and power steering.
With a 350ci V8, it is not known whether the engine is original, but it features parts from Edelbrock that can only add to the value. With an automatic transmission, this 1967 Chevrolet Malibu may make for the perfect classic cruiser—with enough power to keep up in modern-day traffic and the unmistakable note of a Chevrolet small-block V8 under the hood.
Car Location: Houston, TX