Chevrolet’s Chevelle was the result of the automaker wanting to increase competition in the mid-sized market. Buyers were moving away from the full-sized segment, and Chevy wanted in on the action. The Chevelle ended up being one of their most successful nameplates, spanning a thirteen year production run across three generations. This 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 is highly desirable, as it’s from the first generation, as well as bearing the SS or Super Sport tag. This 96,000 mile car has seen the seller reportedly spend $16,000 on it in refreshment after purchase, and looks great if you’re after one of these classics.
The Chevelle was Chevy’s answer to Ford’s Fairlane, and the name is said to be a portmanteau of Gazelle and Chevrolet. This 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 wears a Bolero Red paintwork, and runs on period-correct wheels with Red Line tires. There’s some bodywork reported, and the chrome is said to be original. All lighting lenses look clear too. The Chevelle and Super Sport badging, as well as the Chevrolet logo are present and correct, and the chrome grille proudly bears the SS 396 badge. The interior of this 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 is a black affair, with individual front seats and rear bench seat. The seller reports that the clock and radio are present, but do not function, and new climate controls for heater and defrost have been installed. Like the exterior, the interior condition looks great in the pictures, with the three-spoke Chevrolet-centered steering wheel complementing the white ball-shaped Hurst gear shifter. Gauges are present and correct, and look clean as well. The trunk upholstery and mat are in decent condition too, and the spare wheel lives in the right hand corner.
This 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 packs a 396ci V8 that’s reported to be a 138 car, putting out 350hp to the rear wheels via a Rock Crusher M-22 Muncie four-speed manual transmission. The seller reports that the engine block was recently gone through, and the car has front disc brakes with Ridetech front tube. A recently installed Redhead steering gear box and steering components refresh the steering feel, and a new clutch linkage and master cylinder are on hand too.
1968 Model Year Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 396ci V8 350 HP reported to be a 138 car 4 speed Muncie Transmission Some body work reported Chrome is reported to be original Period correct wheels and Red Line tires Bench seat Clock and Radio present, do not function New climate controls reported - heater and defrost Engine block was recently gone through - reported by seller Rock Crusher M-22 Muncie 4 speed Front disc brakes with Ridetech front tube Recently installed Redhead steering gear box and steering components New clutch linkage reported New master cylinder reported Seller reportedly spent around $16,000 refreshing car after purchase
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