1967 Chevrolet Malibu

Classic Auto Mall
6180 Morgantown Road
Morgantown, PA

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Morgantown, PA



Year 1967
Mileage 2139
Engine 8
Doors 2
Transmission Manual
Make Chevrolet
Model Malibu

Malibu 1967

Title Status --
Exterior Color Maderia Maroon
Interior Color Black


1967 Chevrolet Malibu

Like the Tri-Five Chevys that came before it, the Chevelle is one of those cars GM aced right out of the gate and continued to perfect. Eventually, the marque became one of the strongest brands in automotive history; and at one point, with a full list of body styles, options, trim grades, color combinations, and engines which ranged from mild to outrageous, literally embodied the \'custom built\' nature that defines the muscle car era.

Looking like it is fresh out of the restoration shop, this 1967 Malibu has had a major engine and transmission rebuild 2,100 miles ago and is raring to go. A restoration was performed in the past, but it literally looks like it was yesterday. Rally wheels, raised white letter tires, near perfect bucket seat interior, and P/S, P/B and a 4 speed manual transmission, definitely one of the highlight cars to take in and consider for the serious Malibu fanatic, right here in the Hallowed former mall Halls of Classic Auto Mall.

Madeira Maroon covers this car on the paint front and is a nicely done paint job. All is covered nicely on these body panels which are minding their gaps nearly perfectly. Well preserved chrome and trim very shiny and mirror-like is noted on the bumpers, and lower trim belt, which is nicely aligned on the doors. The deep flying buttress B pillars frame the trunk and the rear window which is surrounded by good brite-work. On the rear of this car are corner wrap-around taillights that have a black painted panel connecting the two sides running directly below the trunk. A like new bumper is below and all is straight and well with this exterior restoration. Correct rally wheels with correct trim rings are wrapped by BF Goodrich rubber on all 4 corners. Can you say a near flawless presentation?

With a swing of the doors and you are getting a coming attraction preview of what wonders never cease to amaze you inside. The door panels are black vinyl, and have horizontal stitched tucked roll panels, some chrome trimmings and are near perfection. Inside low back buckets with more tuck and roll inserts and smooth bolsters and some thin chrome trim surrounding the tubs, are stars in this interior galaxy interplay. The rear bench has a similar pattern only in long form and is pristine. All this floats in beautiful black carpeting, and on either side of a 1967 styled center console. This houses a glovebox, and a tall chromed ball topped long armed shift lever and a centralized clock. The dash is all original with an applique strip which houses the lights, ignition, and wipers being on the top of the gauge cluster. To the right is a chrome and brushed aluminum inlay runs across the rest of the dash and houses the AM/FM/Cassette player. The driver\'s wheel is original and shows nearly no wear what-so-ever. On top is a tight black headliner with a working dome lamp. A shout out to the trunk which has been completely relined with a fresh coat of speckled trunk spray and a gray and black square pattern tweed vinyl liner, spare tire and jack assembly.

Within the completely restored engine bay presenting in shiny black with all non corroded bolt ons and supple hoses and wiring resides a correct and possibly original recently rebuilt 1967 327ci V8 in traditional Chevrolet orange. It also has some bling with a chrome air cleaner cover, alternator and valve covers. A 4-barrel Edelbrock carburetor is now atop this healthy mill and feeds fuel and air through an Edelbrock aluminum intake manifold. Bolted to the back is a Muncie M20 4-speed manual transmission circa 1967 and a 10-bolt CE stamped 3.08 positraction axle puts the ponies to the pavement.

Gloss black painted floor pans and solid framing in black presents with nary a hint of road dirt or surface rust. No drips from bottom end of engine and we note independent coil springs for the front suspension, and a 4 link with coil springs for back. Power disc braking for front, and power drums for rear. Headers snake their way down from the orange block and expel spent fossils out the rear of the car via a dual Flowmaster exhaust system.

This car started quickly and ran nicely. All functions worked well, and it has smooth acceleration and handling. The interior had plenty of room and was definitely comfortable. It would be a great reliable cruiser on a long drive with the ability to smoke the competition at the stoplights.

Meticulous attention to detail for this all buttoned up body and frame for this car. A very nice straight rust-free presentation. If you are looking for a better than factory original car, look no further than our main showroom! This consigner went crazy, and is now parting with it, giving you the opportunity to sidle in and get yourself a nearly showroom new Malibu right out of 1967.



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