1966 Chevrolet Chevelle SS Tribute
The Chevelle ran from 1964 until 1977, but none were as sought after as the big block Super Sports. This car is a nice Tribute to those vehicles, so you can enjoy big block power and the prowess of an SS, without the price tag.
Why This Car Is Special
This car is restored and in excellent condition inside and out. It has a built big block, the most desirable color combination and the coveted bucket seats and center console.
This vehicle is badged as a 396, but is actually a 454 CID V8 under the hood with an Edelbrock Performer intake, Brawler 4-barrel carburetor, HEI distributor, aluminum radiator with electric fans and dress up kit. Chrome valve covers, chrome alternator and bracket, chrome air cleaner, and chrome master cylinder. A 4-speed manual transmission keeps you in control of those ponies and a 12 bolt rear end plants the power to the ground. Power front disc brakes provide the stopping power and power steering makes taking tight corners a breeze.
Black vinyl interior with bucket seats and a center console. The 4-speed is shifted on the floor through a Hurst shifter with a white ball and an Equus tachometer lets you keep your eye on the revs. The interior is in great condition and is fully restored. An AM/FM radio lets you crank up the tunes while you cruise the streets.
This Chevelle has a great look with the cowl hood and American Racing Torque Thrust wheels wrapped in BF Goodrich Radial TA tires. The SS theme is carried on with the 396 emblems, SS emblems and SS grill. The dual chrome sport mirrors are in great shape and have the Chevy bowtie emblem. This car has a muscle car stance and a professional Bright Red paint job that is sure to get looks.
Chevelles are incredibly popular right now and we don't expect this big block SS tribute to last long. If you're looking for a fantastic first generation Chevelle or Malibu, your search is over.
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