The Chevy Chevelle, as it's popularly known, was the Bowtie brand's mid-sizer from 1964 to 1978. It was offered in a dizzying array of body styles, including two- and four-door sedans, coupes, convertibles, station wagons, and coupe utility. The Malibu tag denoted the top-tier trim level, which is what this 1965 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu is all about. With just 38,000 miles on the odometer, it's received some refreshments to boot.
Showcasing its design with a sunny yellow paint job, this 1965 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu gleams in the sunshine. Its black rims with chrome half caps grant it a very Sixties look, as do the chrome accents, chrome mirrors, and bumpers. Furthermore, the paint job is reportedly a repaint done in 2018 to a factory color, maintaining authenticity but maintaining a bright and fresh outlook. We can see the requisite badging is intact, including the Malibu badging on the rear flanks and 283ci badges on the front flanks. Moving on to the rear, it's a similarly pristine affair. A close look reveals the integrated reversing lamps within the chrome bumper as well. Stepping aboard this 1965 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu's black interior with front and rear bench seats, you'll notice the gauge cluster is aftermarket, but it only detracts a little from originality since the significant change we observe is an Autogage tachometer mounted in the driver's line of sight. A three-spoke sports steering wheel with Chevy boss and aftermarket B&M gear shift lever and knob are other noticeable additions. There's also a Bluetooth-enabled head unit for some modern tunes while cruising.
This 1965 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu packs a V8 beneath its hood, as you'd rightfully expect on a Sixties piece of American automobilia. The current owner reports that the rear end and shift mechanism have been replaced, as well as there are new steering components and drag arms for better maneuvering characteristics. Furthermore, stopping power is enhanced by new brakes.
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