Up For Sale is Our 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS
For any muscle car enthusiast, a Chevrolet Chevelle, or to be specific, a Chevrolet Chevelle SS, is a dream muscle car to own. The Chevelle SS has had such an impact on the motoring world that the Chevelle would be on any list of “Best Muscle Cars.” The Chevrolet Chevelle SS was introduced in 1963 as a mid-sized car. It went into production for 14 years and three generations under its belt. The first generation Chevelle SS was produced from 1963 to 1967, with the SS badge initially offered as an option until 1966, when the Chevelle SS became a series on its own. A rare chance to own a pristine and updated 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS is at hand.
This 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS is painted in a svelte maroon color for the exterior, which makes the chrome trimmings pop. The 66–67-year models were subject to a complete restyling. The front features a broader chrome-painted grille with the “SS 396” badge superimposed in the center and flanked by quad circular headlights. The chrome front bumper features cutouts for the turn lights. Classy large wraparound taillights with a chrome grille are featured at the back, along with a chrome rear bumper. The front and rear quarter panels host the Chevrolet crossed flags emblem and the “Super Sport” badge, respectively. The updated interior features black leather with white contrast stitching on the seats with a small metal bar midway up the seats. Pride of place is taken up by the 3-spoke “SS” badged black and chrome steering wheel. Behind it, you can see the horizontal layout speedometer and the dash-mounted tachometer, which was available as an option. The center console is host to the automatic transmission selector, and the analog clock.
What made the Chevrolet Chevelle SS so desirable is its performance heart. The first-generation Chevelles were offered with three variants of the 396ci V8. This 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS comes equipped with the 396 cu (6.5L) Big-Block V8 mated to a 3-speed automatic transmission. The seller reports that the 6.5L engine, along with the carburetor, has been rebuilt from the ground up. The ’67 Chevelle SS features front disc brakes and rear drums for stopping power.
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