800 Derita Road, Ste. A
It's not just that this 1965 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu has a distinct two-tone appearance. As you dig deeper, you'll see a performance stroker motor and four-on-the-floor to really take advantage of it all. There are even the right recent investments for an all-around solid driver. So keep reading, because as you find out about more details, this coupe only gets better.
There's a distinct custom style to this hardtop. The Neptune Blue upper section was added only within the last couple of years. It has a cool color shift between blue and green depending on the way the sunlight hits the metallic finish. And the custom black and red stripe package does a nice job of cleanly separating the lower white section for an attractive two-tone. You have good body lines and bright chrome for a look of quality, but nothing here ever gets too fancy that you'll get nervous about stones in the road. So it's the perfect car for taking out on the weekends where you know you'll get appreciative nods at the stoplights. Plus, those 17-inch US Mags wheels on the lowered suspension give this a sporty stance that offers a nice hint about the performance within for when the light turns green.
The interior gives you more cool style with even more vintage vibes. Two rows of wide benches have plenty of room for everyone, and the pattern on the seats coordinates with the door panels. This is a classic that's made to hit the road, and so you've got the best driver upgrades. This includes a dual-spoke Chevy sports steering wheel on a tilt column, an auxiliary gauge trio, a new tach, and a Hurst shifter. And there's even an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo hidden away in the glove box for the best in driving music.
This Chevelle was born at the beginning of the small block's dominance, and so it's great to lift the hood and see such a tidy and impressive powerplant. While you still have small-block responsiveness, this V8 maximizes your displacement and power. It's a 383 cubic-inch stroker V8 that also has added go-fast goodies like a new Summit four-barrel carburetor, an aluminum intake, and long tube headers. That last feature not only adds power, but it also contributes to the thunderous roar from the H-pipe dual exhaust. When you have a serious V8 like this, it's great to have a four-speed manual transmission and a new clutch to give you confident control over the power and high octane soundtrack. And more than just all-out power, this Malibu has great any-time driving features like power steering, new sport tires, power brakes, front discs, a rear sway bar, and new shocks.
This is a classic cruiser with a truly distinctive style and a truly powerful heart. That means you truly have to be quick to catch this deal. Call now!
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